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REPEATABILITY UPDATE CCC-PE SPRING MEETING
TITLE 5 REVISIONS DRAFT § Definitions (a)Activity course means a physical education course or visual or performing art course in music, fine arts, theater or dance, in which active participatory experience in individual study or group assignments is the basic means by which learning objectives are maintained. (j)Course repetition occurs when a student who has previously received an evaluative symbol as defined in section 55023, in a particular course re-enrolls in that course and receives an evaluative symbol as defined in section
§55000 – DEFINITIONS (l)Enrollment is a course in which a student receives an evaluative or non- evaluative symbol pursuant to section (n)Intercollegiate academic or vocational competition course are courses that are necessary for participation in non-athletic competitive events between students from different colleges that are sanctioned by a formal collegiate or industry governing body. The participation in the event must be directly related to course objectives within one or more academic or vocational courses pursuant to subdivisions (a) or (b) of section
§55000 – DEFINITIONS (o)Intercollegiate athletic course is a course in which a student-athlete is a participant in an organized competitive sport sponsored by the district/college in which he or she is enrolled. (v)Related activity courses are those courses with similar primary educational activities in which skill levels or variations are separated into distinct courses with different student learning outcomes for each level.
§ – DISTRICT POLICY FOR COURSE REPETITION Current language unchanged regarding ability to designate some courses repeatable under § (1)Designate certain types of courses as repeatable courses consistent with the requirements of section
§ – DISTRICT POLICY FOR COURSE REPETITION Current language unchanged regarding ability to permit repetition for students with disabilities. (7) Permit a student with a disability to repeat a special class for students with disabilities any number of times based on an individualized determination that such repetitions is required as a disability-related accommodation for that particular student for one of the reasons specified in section The district policy may allow the previous grade and credit to be disregarded in computing the students GPA each time the course is repeated.
§ – DISTRICT POLICY FOR COURSE REPETITION New section defining levels of courses in families (c)Permit a student to enroll in related activity courses, as defined in section 55000, for no more than four semesters or six quarters. This limitation applies even if a student receives a substandard grade during one or more of the enrollments in such a course or petitions for repetition due to special circumstances as provided in section
§ – REPEATABLE COURSES All old language stricken. Changes in 4/2/12 draft (a)Districts may only designate the following types of courses as repeatable: 1)Intercollegiate academic or vocational competition where the course is part of a district sanctioned activity, 2)Intercollegiate athletics, and 3)Courses that are part of a sequence of transfer courses required by CSU or UC for completion of a bachelors degree (b)The district must identify all courses which are repeatable and designate such courses in its catalog.
§ – REPEATABLE COURSES (c) When a course is repeated pursuant to this section, the grade received each time shall be included for purposes of calculating the students grade point average. (d) The governing board of a district designating a course repeatable because it is a part of a sequence of transfer courses required by CSU or UC for completion of a bachelors degree must maintain the source document for the decision. (e)Notwithstanding the limitations above, apportionment will be limited as set forth in section
§ APPORTIONMENT FOR COURSE ENROLLMENT ( e2) The attendance of a student with a disability may be claimed for state apportionment each time the student repeats enrolls in a credit special class as a disability-related accommodation which is justified by one of the circumstances described in section (f)Notwithstanding subdivisions (a), (b) and (c) of this section, a district may claim state apportionment for students enrollments, as defined in section 55000, in credit courses designated as repeatable as provided in section 55041(c) and credit courses subject to the limitation provided under 55040(c) for a maximum of four semesters or six quarters. This limitation applies even if a student receives a substandard grade during one or more of the enrollments in such a course or petitions for repetition due to special circumstances as provided in section
§ INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS (a)State apportionment may be claimed for the attendance of students enrolled in approved courses in intercollegiate athletics, as defined in section 55000, which are otherwise eligible for state assistance. (b)State apportionment for students in courses of intercollegiate athletics shall not be claimed for more than hours of attendance for each enrolled student in each fiscal year for each sport in which the student participates. Of the 350 hours of attendance, no more than 175 hours can be claimed for participation in the competitive sport and 175 hours dedicated to courses that focus on conditioning or skill development.
SACC meeting – Friday, April 13th Finalize the draft Consultation Council : Thursday, April 19 th Board of Governors : May 7 – 8 Actual implementation: 2 – 3 years Curriculum changes Methods for flagging repeats TIMELINE QUESTIONS ON REPEATABILITY?
CURRICULUM – TOP CODE FOR KINESIOLOGY Must align with Federal CIP code A scientific program that focuses on the anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and biophysics of human movement, and applications to exercise and therapeutic rehabilitation. Includes instruction in biomechanics, motor behavior, motor development and coordination, motor neurophysiology, performance research, rehabilitative therapies, the development of diagnostic and rehabilitative methods and equipment, and related analytical methods and procedures in applied exercise and therapeutic rehabilitation. Discuss at April 13 SACC meeting
CODING Now CTE Trainer Programs – not Athletics Courses – Upon Approval of Title 5 changes Off-season conditioning not Physical Education – Theory courses – Kinesiology TOP code Athletics Theory Courses – , analyze total hours Why? Perkins funds, repetition, apportionment, LAO scrutiny
KINESIOLOGY A.A.-T DEGREES Kinesiology AA-T Degrees Webinar for Developing Kinesiology AA-T Degrees Tuesday, April 10, 2012, 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Developing the Associate in Arts Degree for Transfer with information for English, Kinesiology, and Psychology WHERE: Go to Click the PARTICIPANT Log In button under the Webinars logo Locate your meeting and click GO Fill out the form and click CONNECT FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Ken Nather at CCCCO Academic Affairs Phone:
SPRING CURRICULUM REGIONAL MEETINGS Limit three per college. Morning coffee and lunch provided. Registration is open for both meetings. May 5: Woodland College (North) 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Registration information here: curriculum-regional-meeting May 12: Long Beach City College (South) 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Registration information here: curriculum-regional-meetinghttp://www.asccc.org/events/2012/05/norcal- curriculum-regional-meetinghttp://www.asccc.org/events/2012/05/socal- curriculum-regional-meeting