Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Tim Harmon Office of Community College Research and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Kristy Morelock Illinois Community College Board.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Tim Harmon Office of Community College Research and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Kristy Morelock Illinois Community College Board."— Presentation transcript:

1 Tim Harmon Office of Community College Research and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Kristy Morelock Illinois Community College Board

2  What is Pathways to Results?  Who are the sites, and what are the pathways and problem areas?  What have the sites learned?  What do these lessons suggest about future development of PTR? 3/16/20112ICCB and OCCRL

3 Engagement Equity Assessment Process Assessment Process Improvement Review and Reflection Equity & Outcomes Pathways to Results Phases 3/16/20113ICCB and OCCRL

4 College/PartnershipPathwaysProblem being addressed Round One Sites: Central Illinois Partnership Production; Manufacturing Production Process Development; Maintenance, Installation & Repair Academic Preparation Lake Land College Partnership Maintenance, Installation & Repair Access: Recruitment, Retention, and Marketing Southwestern Partnership (Manufacturing) Maintenance, Installation & Repair Recruitment, Marketing and POS Development Southwestern Partnership (Health Sciences) Diagnostic Services Admissions and POS Development Waubonsee PartnershipHealth InformaticsRetention West Central Partnership Health Informatics; Diagnostic Services Recruitment 3/16/20114ICCB and OCCRL

5 College/PartnershipPathwaysProblem being addressed Round Two Sites: College of Lake County & Lake County High schools Partnership Facility & Mobile Equipment- Maintenance Recruitment, including non- traditional students Danville Area Partnerships Accounting AAS and Accounting Office Personnel Recruitment; POS Development of curriculum materials that support improved articulation Illinois Valley PartnershipManufacturing ProductionRecruitment John A. Logan Partnership Architecture and Construction, HVAC Green Technology POS Development and Recruitment for HVAC Green Technology Kishwaukee Partnership Automated Engineering Tech & Precision Machining Apprentice Recruitment; Improved articulation and alignment of courses with secondary partners Kaskaskia PartnershipAgribusiness Systems Increasing awareness and recruitment; reducing remediation Lewis and Clark Partnership Journalism and Broadcasting Development of a program of study for radio broadcasting 3/16/20115ICCB and OCCRL

6 College/PartnershipPathwaysProblem being addressed Round Two Sites Continued: Parkland PartnershipArchitecture and DesignPreparation and Retention Partnerships for College and Career Success (Rend Lake) Design/Pre-Construction Curriculum alignment, curriculum mapping and recruitment with the Engineer Technician POS Southeastern Illinois Partnership Information Support Services – CIS Network Systems - IT Recruitment, including women Southwestern Illinois Partnership Construction Carpentry Construction Electrical Specialist Recruitment, Marketing and POS Development Waubonsee Partnership Graphic Design Alignment of POS with industry standards 3/16/20116ICCB and OCCRL

7

8  Importance of simultaneously engaging academic leadership, faculty, and support staff  Avoid making assumptions about business and industry  Maintain focus on goals  Flexibility is important  Build on existing strengths and partnerships  Bring PTR process to the point of service delivery 3/16/20118ICCB and OCCRL

9  Review data templates early with Institutional Research Office and Secondary Partner, and set clear expectations for what and when.  As a team, brainstorm all types of data  Producing the secondary data on special populations was a significant challenge  Build in an opportunity for review of data prior to team meeting 3/16/20119ICCB and OCCRL

10  The phase allowed for more communication among departments across campus.  A broad array of representatives in the team meetings improves brainstorming.  What is learned about one process can be applied to related processes. 3/16/201110ICCB and OCCRL

11  Process improvements are made throughout the PTR process.  Changes to previous work on the PTR process are likely.  Involvement of stakeholders throughout is a necessity, but is also difficult. Process owners and stakeholders must be involved at grass root level in reviewing data, identifying problems, and determining solutions.  Spend more time reflecting on the potential solutions to the process. 3/16/201111ICCB and OCCRL

12  Story-telling is used as a way for the team, partners and stakeholders to learn in a collaborative manner.  Culture change is required for effective recruitment of nontraditional students and workers. 3/16/201112ICCB and OCCRL

13  Increased focus on partnership development and engagement in phase one  Flexible approach to data development and measurement of student transitions in phase two  Simplification of instructions and supporting materials throughout 3/16/201113ICCB and OCCRL

14  Integration of PTR with Programs of Study planning process  FY12 Postsecondary Perkins and PCCS Grants and additional funding opportunities to become integrated with PTR  Focus on programs of study and outcomes  Utilization of POS Inventory, Expectations Tool, and creation of a Problem Statement 3/16/201114ICCB and OCCRL

15

16 Office of Community College Research and Leadership (OCCRL) – Tim Harmon – Debra Bragg – Loralea Liss Phone: (217) Website: Kristy Morelock Associate Director for CTE Programs of Study Illinois Community College Board Phone: (217) /16/201116ICCB and OCCRL


Download ppt "Tim Harmon Office of Community College Research and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Kristy Morelock Illinois Community College Board."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google