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1 CE ESL Mid-Term In-service October 3, 2013 3:00-4:30, Wake Room 20

2 Updates Shift to Banner, a student registration system, tentatively scheduled for Fall 2014 The teacher evaluation cycle needs to begin again. – Once every three years for continuing teachers with prior successful evaluations – Once per term for new instructors without evaluations – The Academic Senate is currently discussing the policies on this. – May begin in either winter or fall 2014

3 Reminder Enrollment will conclude at the end of Week 5 (October 11). Submit all forms by that date.

4 Work Group Opportunity: Improving Communication with Student Support Services Seeking 7 instructors from diverse assignment areas 2 meetings in fall + 2 in the early part of 2014 Goal: Improve communication, recommend improvements, and document shared knowledge Stipend: $30 per hour for meetings E-mail me if you would like to serve.

5 Student Referral Form What reasons should be provided for referring students to our student support services? (See sample form.)

6 Enrollment Trends in CE ESL Enrollment is measured by FTES (full-time equivalent students). 2008/20092009/20102010/20112011/20122012/2013 Fall199.01184.10189.27164.35129.88 Winter177.49166.81147.57113.42100.54 Spring155.46149.38126.63100.7088.41 Summer90.5178.7577.5856.8849.22 Total:622.47579.04541.05435.35368.05 -43.43 (-7%) -37.99 (-7%) -105.7 (-20%) -67.3 (-15%)

7 Impact on Scheduling Some reduction in class offerings: not all sites at all times of day. Consolidation of class sections where indicated. Reduction of days offered at some sites to two days a week instead of four Instructor assignments may not be as full or as consistent as during peak enrollment periods. It is unlikely that any teacher will have more than 15 hours per week.

8 Potential Impact of Immigration Reform Rapid expansion of program Teachers at maximum hours Wider range of courses offered Caveat: If reform does not pass, we need to tighten up unless and until enrollment starts to grow again.

9 Work for Today: Two Tasks 1. SLO Assessment: Overview of Data Entry 20Scoring%20Handout.pdf 2. Division of Curriculum Across Four Terms: - Meet in same-level groups and discuss (20-30 minutes). - Bring back recommendations/ideas to discuss

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