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1 AAC&U Initiatives on General Education Ken O’Donnell Associate Dean, Academic Program Planning Office of the Chancellor Report to the CSU Academic Council October 17, 2008

2 a longtime CSU collaborator

3 Greater Expectations Institute

4 a longtime CSU collaborator Greater Expectations Institute GE Institutes

5 a longtime CSU collaborator Greater Expectations Institute GE Institutes Network for Academic Renewal

6 a longtime CSU collaborator Greater Expectations Institute GE Institutes Network for Academic Renewal LEAP Campus Action Network

7 a longtime CSU collaborator Greater Expectations Institute GE Institutes Network for Academic Renewal LEAP Campus Action Network Diversity and Defining the Professoriate

8 a longtime CSU collaborator Greater Expectations Institute GE Institutes Network for Academic Renewal LEAP Campus Action Network Diversity and Defining the Professoriate

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12 General Education Breadth Executive Order 595 (1992)Executive Order 1033 (2008)

13 General Education Breadth Executive Order 595 (1992)Executive Order 1033 (2008) 1. Scope and Purpose. 2. Campus Responsibility. 3. Objectives: Content. 4. Entry-Level Skills. 5. Distribution of units. 6. Exceptions. 7. GE Advisory Committee. 8. Certification (transfer). 9. CSU campus reciprocity. 1. Applicability 2. Pathways 3. Objectives: LEAP. 4. Distribution of units. 5. Certification (transfer). 6. Implementation. 6.1 GE Advisory Committee. 6.2 Campus responsibility.

14 General Education Breadth Executive Order 595 (1992)Executive Order 1033 (2008) 1. Scope and Purpose. 2. Campus Responsibility. 3. Objectives: Content. 4. Entry-Level Skills. 5. Distribution of units. 6. Exceptions. 7. GE Advisory Committee. 8. Certification (transfer). 9. CSU campus reciprocity. 1. Applicability 2. Pathways 3. Objectives: LEAP. 4. Distribution of units. 5. Certification (transfer). 6. Implementation. 6.1 GE Advisory Committee. 6.2 Campus responsibility.

15 General Education Breadth Executive Order 595 (1992)Executive Order 1033 (2008) 1. Scope and Purpose. 2. Campus Responsibility. 3. Objectives: Content. 4. Entry-Level Skills. 5. Distribution of units. 6. Exceptions. 7. GE Advisory Committee. 8. Certification (transfer). 9. CSU campus reciprocity. 1. Applicability 2. Pathways 3. Objectives: LEAP. 4. Distribution of units. 5. Certification (transfer). 6. Implementation. 6.1 GE Advisory Committee. 6.2 Campus responsibility.

16 General Education Breadth Executive Order 595 (1992)Executive Order 1033 (2008) 1. Scope and Purpose. 2. Campus Responsibility. 3. Objectives: Content. 4. Entry-Level Skills. 5. Distribution of units. 6. Exceptions. 7. GE Advisory Committee. 8. Certification (transfer). 9. CSU campus reciprocity. 1. Applicability 2. Pathways 3. Objectives: LEAP. 4. Distribution of units. 5. Certification (transfer). 6. Implementation. 6.1 GE Advisory Committee. 6.2 Campus responsibility.

17 General Education Breadth Executive Order 595 (1992)Executive Order 1033 (2008) 1. Scope and Purpose. 2. Campus Responsibility. 3. Objectives: Content. 4. Entry-Level Skills. 5. Distribution of units. 6. Exceptions. 7. GE Advisory Committee. 8. Certification (transfer). 9. CSU campus reciprocity. 1. Applicability 2. Pathways 3. Objectives: LEAP. 4. Distribution of units. 5. Certification (transfer). 6. Implementation. 6.1 GE Advisory Committee. 6.2 Campus responsibility.

18 GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere

19 certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

20 certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) up to 39 units California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

21 certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) * other CCCs or four-years up to 39 units California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

22 certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) * other CCCs or four-years * military and other training up to 39 units California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

23 certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) * other CCCs or four-years * military and other training * external exams (AP) up to 39 units California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

24 certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) * other CCCs or four-years * military and other training * external exams (AP) up to 39 units * transfer-friendly * fragmentary California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

25 certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) * other CCCs or four-years * military and other training * external exams (AP) up to 39 units * opportunities for integration * transfer-friendly * fragmentary California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

26 prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) * other CCCs or four-years * military and other training * external exams (AP) up to 39 units * opportunities for integration * transfer-friendly * fragmentary California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

27 prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) * other CCCs or four-years * military and other training * external exams (AP) up to 39 units * opportunities for integration * transfer-friendly * fragmentary California State University (“receiving institution”) designated nine units in residence plus GE outcomes embedded in major, elsewhere certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units GE Certification and Transfer in the CSU

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32 The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate.

33 Give Students a Compass The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate. High-impact practices are: - learning communities - capstone experiences - undergraduate research - internships - service learning - study abroad

34 Give Students a Compass The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate. 2.The effect of those practices on underserved populations in particular.

35 Give Students a Compass The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate. 2.The effect of those practices on underserved populations in particular. Underserved populations are: - first generation to college - economically disadvantaged - historically underrepresented

36 Give Students a Compass The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate. 2.The effect of those practices on underserved populations in particular. 3.Redefining Success: we know these have high impact, but how do we know?

37 Give Students a Compass The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate. 2.The effect of those practices on underserved populations in particular. 3.Redefining Success: we know these have high impact, but how do we know? 4.Ways to move a state: how do we take concerted action to benefit our students?

38 Give Students a Compass The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate. 2.The effect of those practices on underserved populations in particular. 3.Redefining Success: we know these have high impact, but how do we know? 4.Ways to move a state: how do we take concerted action to benefit our students? Access to Excellence

39 Give Students a Compass The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate. 2.The effect of those practices on underserved populations in particular. 3.Redefining Success: we know these have high impact, but how do we know? 4.Ways to move a state: how do we take concerted action to benefit our students? Access to Excellence 1. Halve the gap. 2. Invest in faculty. 3. Support staff & admin. 4. Accountability for learning. 5. Expanded outreach. 6. Enhanced active learning. 7. Global awareness. 8. Responsive to workforce needs.

40 Give Students a Compass The Compass Project will explore: 1.How high-impact practices can re- integrate the fragmented baccalaureate. 2.The effect of those practices on underserved populations in particular. 3.Redefining Success: we know these have high impact, but how do we know? 4.Ways to move a state: how do we take concerted action to benefit our students? Access to Excellence 1. Halve the gap. 2. Invest in faculty. 3. Support staff & admin. 4. Accountability for learning. 5. Expanded outreach. 6. Enhanced active learning. 7. Global awareness. 8. Responsive to workforce needs.

41 The Compass Project in the CSU Steering Committee: * Ken O’Donnell, Office of the Chancellor * Kevin Baaske, Chair, statewide GEAC * Bettina Huber, Director of Institutional Research, Northridge * Lisa Maxfield, Faculty Director of GE, Long Beach * John Tarjan, Chair, Academic Senate CSU

42 The Compass Project in the CSU To explore: 1. High-impact practices. 2. Effect on underserved. 3. Redefining Success. 4. Ways to move a state.

43 The Compass Project in the CSU To explore: 1. High-impact practices. 2. Effect on underserved. 3. Redefining Success. 4. Ways to move a state. Two ways to participate:

44 2010 Conference: GE in the CSU

45 * All campuses invited to showcase high-impact practices and deep liberal learning

46 2010 Conference: GE in the CSU * All campuses invited to showcase high-impact practices and deep liberal learning * Share strategies to meet our commitments to Access to Excellence and EO 1033

47 2010 Conference: GE in the CSU * All campuses invited to showcase high-impact practices and deep liberal learning * Share strategies to meet our commitments to Access to Excellence and EO 1033 * Showcase to be captured in an ePortfolio

48 2010 Conference: GE in the CSU * All campuses invited to showcase high-impact practices and deep liberal learning * Share strategies to meet our commitments to Access to Excellence and EO 1033 * Showcase to be captured in an ePortfolio * Long lead time

49 three beta site campuses

50 * immediate support for ongoing efforts to promote and recognize high-impact practices

51 three beta site campuses * immediate support for ongoing efforts to promote and recognize high-impact practices * Give Students a Compass by integrating the baccalaureate, embedding LEAP outcomes in the disciplines

52 three beta site campuses * immediate support for ongoing efforts to promote and recognize high-impact practices * Give Students a Compass by integrating the baccalaureate, embedding LEAP outcomes in the disciplines * connect to institutional research

53 three beta site campuses * immediate support for ongoing efforts to promote and recognize high-impact practices * Give Students a Compass by integrating the baccalaureate, embedding LEAP outcomes in the disciplines * connect to institutional research * create scalable, transferable assessment

54 The Compass Project in the CSU To explore: 1. High-impact practices. 2. Effect on underserved. 3. Redefining Success. 4. Ways to move a state. Two ways to participate:

55 The Compass Project in the CSU To explore: 1. High-impact practices. 2. Effect on underserved. 3. Redefining Success. 4. Ways to move a state. Two ways to participate: A GE Conference.

56 The Compass Project in the CSU To explore: 1. High-impact practices. 2. Effect on underserved. 3. Redefining Success. 4. Ways to move a state. Two ways to participate: A GE Conference. B. Beta site campuses.

57 The Compass Project in the CSU To explore: 1. High-impact practices. 2. Effect on underserved. 3. Redefining Success. 4. Ways to move a state. Two ways to participate: A GE Conference. B. Beta site campuses. Submit Proposal for Part B by November 19, 2008


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