Presentation on theme: "Developing a Community College Student Roadmap Webinar #1: Summer Institute 2011 and Campus Team Meetings February 2011."— Presentation transcript:
Developing a Community College Student Roadmap Webinar #1: Summer Institute 2011 and Campus Team Meetings February 2011
Webinar Outline Discussion of Summer Institute Location Dates Purpose and Overview of Curriculum and Tracks Outcomes Application Travel Guidelines Campus Team Meetings 2011 Roadmap Project Goals Inquiry Activities
2011 Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success June 14-18, 2011 The University of Vermont Burlington, Vermont The Institute is designed to help campuses develop high-impact practices, activities, and strategies that are engaging to students and effective at improving both persistence and achievement of essential learning outcomes.
Curriculum and Tracks High-Impact Practices Leadership Development Designs for Learning Useful Evidence Special Session for Community College Teams: CCSSE and SENSE
Action Plan Institute activities are designed to help each team create and rehearse an action plan. At the end of the Institute, each team makes a formal presentation of its action plan to the liaisons and the other cluster teams.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 1, 2011 The narrative should be clear and concise, and should reflect your work on the Roadmap Project. Need Goals Contributions Team Guidelines.cfm
Institute Fees and Travel Guidelines Fees are covered by the Roadmap Project Individual guest rooms for four nights (arrival on June 14 and departure on June 18, 2011) Tuition, materials, consultations Breakfast and lunch each day, opening and closing dinners $550 per team member to be reimbursed for airfare, transportation, and additional meals
Building a Shared Understanding: Inquiry Activities Identify Critical Questions Review Existing Programs Analyze Data Examine Additional Research Account for External Priorities
Inquiry Area: ? Inquiry Questions Data or Information Source Person Responsible for Leading Discussion FindingsNext Steps Modeled on the work of the Center for Urban Education at the University of Southern California
Example Inquiry Questions Communication to Students How does your institution communicate pathways to students? In what ways does your institution listen to students along their pathways, and what are these voices telling you? How do you use this information?
Example Inquiry Questions Faculty and Staff How do you communicate your institutions pathways to faculty and staff? What professional development do you provide to faculty and staff about these pathways and milestones for student success?
Example Inquiry Questions High-Impact Practices Learning Outcomes What are the effective practices that your institution uses to engage students? Are these practices high-impact? Are they embedded in both curricular and co- curricular activities? Are they tied to learning outcomes? How are they assessed? How can they be integrated?
Example Inquiry Questions Institutional Trends What have been the trends in student success along the pathways at your institution for the past three years? What student groups (segments) do you consider in your review of student success? Where are the gaps in services? For which targeted populations?
Example Inquiry Questions Data What have you learned from your analysis of such instruments as the Community College Survey of Student Engagement or SENSE? How does your institution monitor student success along the pathways? What are the milestones that you use to determine student success?
Campus Reporting Structure Each campus must submit a one page progress report on the following dates: April 1, 2011 May 1, 2011 June 1, 2011 Please submit reports to Tia McNair