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Regional Center Admissions and Coaching for Accelerate IT students Presented by Jessica Stumpff
Accelerate IT Overview Admission Requirements Accelerate IT Orientation A Look Inside Adding Students Verifying student completion Accelerate IT Policies and Requirements Registering Students Student Support Model Using SSP Recommendations Questions
2.0 GPA Placement scores (or equivalent course work) at or above DEV 0012—Academic Reading and 0022--Basic Mathematics II Accelerate IT online Orientation SmarterMeasure Assessment How to Succeed in an Online Course Vision Statement, Quiz, Survey Advisor signature Consent Form in portal
Staff can access the Accelerate IT Orientation by going to our.sinclair, clicking on Angel Courses, and looking under their Courses. https://our.sinclair.edu/
To Add a student to Accelerate IT Orientation 1. From the Accelerate IT Orientation Home Page, Click ‘Manage’
2. From the ‘Manage’ tab, click ‘Roster’
3. Once inside the Roster Editor, click ‘Add a User’
4. In ‘Add a User’, type in the student’s email or user name and click ‘search’ You CANNOT add a student with their Tartan ID!
5. Verify you have located the correct student, and click ‘select’
6. Check the box for ‘notify user of account changes by email’ and click ‘save’
Example email: Directions for completing Orientation: To access Accelerate IT Orientation, please log on to your my.sinclair account, and click on Angel Courses. Once inside, you should be able to find Accelerate IT Orientation under the Courses section. After entering the Orientation, lease click on the Lessons tab to get started. Accelerate IT Orientation will ask you to complete several things in addition to reading over the information provided. To fulfill the Orientation completion requirement, please make sure you have finished all of the following tasks. 1. How to Succeed in an Online Course 2. SmarterMeasure Assessment 3. Vision Statement 4. Quiz 5. Survey Important note: When you are finished with Accelerate IT Orientation, please notify your advisor!
To be considered “finished” a student must have completed in Orientation: 1. How to Succeed in an Online Course 2. SmarterMeasure Readiness Assessment 3. Vision Statement 4. Quiz 5. Survey
Checking Orientation Scores 1. Verify there is a grade for Vision Statement (1pt), Quiz (7pts), and Survey (1 pt) check enter
2. Verify How to Succeed in an Online Course completion Successful completion of How to Succeed in an Online Course will appear in Datatel on the student’s XSCL screen under ‘courses taken’ the day AFTER they complete the course. When searching for completion of How to Succeed, make sure you search ‘AL’ and not ‘UG’ *If you need immediate confirmation of a student’s completion of How to Succeed in an Online Course, you may ask them to send you their confirmation of completion that is sent to their my.sinclair email.
3. Verify SmarterMeasure completion SmarterMeasure results are generated in an external site Jessica will monitor SmarterMeasure results and forward to appropriate advisor
Successful course completion = grade of 80% or higher Chapter Quizzes have unlimited attempts Labs, Midterms, and Final examinations offer 3 attempts only Course work must be completed in chronological order Students must attend 3 class meetings **If students are unable to achieve an 80%, they will be permitted to finish out their course as if it were a traditional online course, but will not be eligible for future Accelerate IT courses.** For more information visit http://www.sinclair.edu/online/accelerate/policies/index.cfm
Regional Center sections appear bi-weekly through week 12 Register student for section with upcoming nearest start date Sections restricted to Learning Center/Courseview Advisor signatures **Sections without start dates are FULL-TERM courses that start on the first day of the term 14/FACIS-1411-M81 CISCO NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS 3CVBCVB*142T7:00 PM9:40 PM8/18/201412/14/2014ACTIV 14/FACIS-1411-M82 CISCO NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS 3CVBCVB*142T7:00 PM9:40 PM9/2/201412/14/2014ACTIV 14/FACIS-1411-M83 CISCO NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS 3CVBCVB*142T7:00 PM9:40 PM9/15/201412/14/2014ACTIV 14/FACIS-1411-M84 CISCO NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS 3CVBCVB*142T7:00 PM9:40 PM9/29/201412/14/2014ACTIV 14/FACIS-1411-M85 CISCO NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS 3CVBCVB*142T7:00 PM9:40 PM10/13/201412/14/2014ACTIV 14/FACIS-1411-M85 CISCO NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS 3CVBCVB*142T7:00 PM9:40 PM10/27/201412/14/2014ACTIV
Working with SSP—Adding/Finding New Students 1. Look and see if the student is on your caseload 2. If they do NOT appear in your caseload, click on the ‘search’ button to determine if they are already in SSP
Working with SSP—Adding/Finding New Students 3. If the student is not currently in SSP, they will need to be added using the ‘Add Student’ button
Working with SSP—Adding New Students 4. To add a new student, enter (at minimum ) their Tartan ID, as well as their ‘Coach’ and ‘Student Type’ and click ‘save’.
Working with SSP—Assigning students to your caseload 5. If the student is able to be located using the search function, simply assign them to your caseload using the ‘Edit Student’ button.
Working with SSP—Assigning Service Group to Accelerate IT Emporium students 6. For all students, from the ‘Edit Student’ function, under the ‘Service Groups’ tab, add TAACCCT to student’s ‘Service Groups” and click ‘save’.
Working with SSP Student should now appear on your caseload with the appropriate service group, and you may begin working with the Tools
Advisors will receive weekly progress/performance reports for Accelerate IT students on their caseload Advisors use these reports to guide student support and necessary interventions. Risk levels will determine types and frequency of interactions. All interactions with students logged in SSP
Some recommended guidelines for managing Accelerate IT students: Attend first class meeting Biweekly phone call, email or visit with student SSP Journaling is a necessary evil You may/should begin journaling at the point of registration. You may begin journaling earlier. For instance, I begin journaling at the first point of contact.