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Program Review Summary 2005-06. Programs Reviewed Acquired Brain Injury Program Foreign Languages Military Contract Education Program Psychology/Parent.

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1 Program Review Summary

2 Programs Reviewed Acquired Brain Injury Program Foreign Languages Military Contract Education Program Psychology/Parent Education Visual Arts

3 Overview High levels of student satisfaction with quality of instruction All programs are working on student learning outcomes One or more faculty members from each of the programs participated in SLO training in either 2005 or 2006 Programs are identifying expected course and program-level SLOs along with assessment plans

4 Enrollments ABI, Foreign Languages, Psychology/Parent Ed, and Visual Arts account for approximately 20% of the college’s credit FTES Art, Psychology, and Spanish are ranked #4, 5, and 10 respectively among the college’s highest credit FTES-generating disciplines The Military Program does not generate FTES but had Fall 2005 enrollments equivalent to almost 500 FTES Distance learning is driving growth in Psychology, Foreign Languages, and Visual Arts

5 ABI Program Outcomes Documented cognitive improvement and transition success New Pocket PC memory curriculum Implemented speech/language component Goals Create speech/language internship program Develop “psychology of hope” curriculum Student and family at Ice Cream Social

6 Foreign Languages Six languages (Spanish, Vietnamese, French, Italian, Arabic, Chinese) 58% TV ~ 10% Online ~ 32% Classroom Approx. 400 military students per year Staffed entirely by adjuncts Improved retention since prior review

7 Military Contract Ed Program Dramatic growth Doubling each of last four years Equivalent to almost 500 FTES in Fall 2005 High level of student satisfaction Over 750 graduates in Graduates successfully transitioning to four-year schools Strong revenues contributing to college’s overall fiscal health

8 Psychology/Parent Education General Psychology and Parent Ed Growth: Primarily in distance learning New General Psych classes and options Introduction to Research Methods Brain & Behavior Psi Beta Honors Society

9 Parent Education Program New full-time faculty member/department chair since last review Toddler and pre-school classes Added short-term class for Winter Intersession Two locations including newly-leased Pleasant View site Unique program needs (special facilities, instructional aides, playground and play equipment) Parent Ed Program at Pleasant View

10 Visual Arts High enrollments Successful new online art history class High student satisfaction New Art Gallery opened in 2006 Photo by Kevin Donahue Vince Rodriguez, Betty Disney, and Jay Sagen at Coastline’s Art Gallery

11 Staffing Needs Foreign Languages Full-time faculty member to replace positions lost over last five years Military Program Support staff consistent with program growth Psychology/Parent Education Permanent aide to replace retirees Visual Arts Full-time faculty to replace retirees and facilitate program growth Gallery director and curator General Seaport training and development support to assist faculty in development of online courses

12 Facility Needs Foreign Languages Site for south Huntington Beach Military Contract Education Program Office space to accommodate growing program Adjunct “mini-campuses” at military bases Parent Education Permanent facility Outdoor signage for Pleasant View General Upgrading or replacement of older sites

13 Other Needs and Issues Marketing Continued and increased marketing efforts Program Development Continued and increased efforts to expand course offerings and delivery alternatives Student Learning Outcomes Ongoing support to identify, assess, and track SLOs

14 Steering Committee Members Douglas Benoit, Dean of Instruction Carolyn Clausen, Classified Rep Nancy Jones, President, Academic Senate Margaret Lovig, Co-Chair, Curriculum Committee Celeste Ryan, Senate Representative Margaret Quinones, Dean, Counseling and Special Programs Debbie Secord, Senate Representative Cheryl Stewart, Librarian, Ex-officio Co-Chairs Pat Arlington, Instructional/Researcher Cheryl Babler, V.P. of Instruction (eff. Jan. 2006) Barbara Hollowell, V.P. of Instruction (through Dec. 2005)

15 Need More Info? Complete reports available CD from Pat Arlington, Instructional/Research Program Review Website Academic Senate Office See annual Program Review binder w/CD


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