Basic Skills Initiative Events
2011 Spring Webinars
The Academic Senate will provide three webinars on select topics in basic skills this spring. We are pleased to have Janet Fulks and Marcy Alancraig lead the webinars which are free and last approximately two hours. Below are the dates, times and topics (chapter references are to the Basic Skills Handbook created by the Senate):
· Thursday, March 24, 9:30 a.m., Chapter 5: Effective Practices Common to All Disciplines: Common Building Materials - ARCHIVED - SEE BELOW
Presentation: Learning Theory and Neuroscience
Text: Chapter Five of Constructing a Framework for Success: A Holistic Approach to Basic Skills
· Thurdsay, April 7, 11:00 a.m., Chapter 12: Tracking Student Progress through Basic Skills: A Discipline Framework
Presentation: Tracking Student Success Progress through Basic Skills
Text: Chapter 12: Tracking Student Progress through Basic Skills: A Discipline Framework
· Thursday, April 28, 11:00 a.m., Chapter 15: Course Assessment Basics: Evaluating Your Construction
Text: Chapter 15: Course Assessment Basics: Evaluating Your Construction
Presentation: Course Assessment Basics
Examples: Assessment Examples
Additional Assessment Resource: The Assessment CyberGuide for Learning Goals and Outcomes
CCCConfer Webinar Information
Dial your telephone conference line: (888) 886-3951
Enter your pass code: > Go to www.cccconfer.org
Log into MyConfer to connect to your meeting.
Thursday, April 7, 2011: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Chapter 12: Tracking Student Progress through Basic Skills: A Discipline Framework
Closed Caption: Yes
Thursday, April 28, 2011: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Chapter 15: Course Assessment Basics: Evaluating Your Construction
Closed Caption: Yes
Webinars sponsored by the Academic Senate Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.
CCCConfer Webinar Archives
Look up the webinar on March 24, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.
- Called: Chapter 5: Effective Practices Common to All Disciplines
Original Password: 461672
Sample CB21 Spreadsheet and ESL Webinar
SAMPLE CB21 Spreadsheet and Word document for recording.
ESL CB21 Webinar Powerpoint
March 1st is the effective date for coding changes in CB 21. This means that from today, the new TOP codes must be submitted with any data related to all Basic Skills courses and all ESL or they will be marked as an error code. Beginning on March 1st allows your college time to change all these codes in your local system and transmit the information via the Master Course file. These changes must be reported for all spring term data. This allows time for the data to be uploaded. Corrections and changes will be accepted, as always. Until these changes are made any submitted spring term data will be rejected as error codes, however, final submission of your spring term data occurs after the spring term ends. This timeline allows changes and questions to be considered at your caolleges prior to affecting any reporting or funding allocations.
CB21 Regional Meeting Presentation - Quiz with Answers
CB21 Regional Recoding Meetings
The deadline for the CB 21 recoding of our sequential basic skills classes is March 1, 2010. In an effort to help faculty and institutions meet this deadline we are providing a series of short sessions around the state called Pizza + CB21!
NONCREDIT Spring Conferences
WELCOME to the BSI Non-Credit Spring Conference: Telling the Non-Credit Story Through Accountability Reporting | Presentation
Counseling the Non-Credit Student | Presentation
Supporting Student Transitions from Non-Credit to Credit | Handout
Student Success Kit | Presentation | Survey & Student Guide Handout
College of the Desert's BSI Task Force on Research and Academic Improvement | Handout
If YOU work with noncredit students in Basic Skills or ESL programs, YOU will want to SAVE THE DATES!
*FULL* South (North Orange CCD/Noncredit): Friday, February 26, 2010 - 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
North (City College of San Francisco/Ocean Campus): Friday, March 12, 2010 - 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
Special CB 21 Webinar for CREDIT and NONCREDIT ESL
February 11, 2010 - 4:00 - 5:30 pm
This CCC confer will take place by phone and over the internet. Click here for simple instructions to prepare your computer and join the meeting. Colleges should encourage ESL discipline faculty and those associated with coding and curriculum to attend.
Regional Meetings: Background
The purpose of the Basic Skills Initiative Regional Meetings is to provide training for faculty, staff and administrators on all California Community Colleges in the area of developmental education. This training will provide materials based on current research conducted by the Center for Student Success, through a Chancellor’s Office grant to Mt. San Antonio College, including a self-assessment tool to help colleges identify their strengths and weaknesses. These resources will assist colleges in their self-assessment process, evaluation, and selection of implementation strategies for local program improvement. It is anticipated that regional meetings will give campuses a chance to learn from each others' experiences and teams at the campus can ensure that everyone participates in local planning. It is expected that faculty, staff, and administrators who attend the grant-sponsored training will share information with others on their campuses regarding the analysis and planning processes. Regional meeting archives.
Background information is available at the Basic Skills Initiative website. Click Here
Memorandum: Training for CB21 and T.O.P. Re-coding: October 8, 2009. Click Here
PowerPoint used in training: The Exciting World of Curriculum Coding. Click Here
Coding the Students Progress Pathway through Basic Skills English, ESL, Mathematics and Reading Courses in California Community Colleges including the rubrics for CB21 re-coding. Click Here
Summary of T.O.P. Code Changes. Click Here
CB21 Data Element (revised 2009). This link should be available late December 2009.