CB 21 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!
**Registration is limited to 50 people so register soon. Locations with inadequate registration numbers may be cancelled.
LOCATIONS, TIMES AND DATES
February 8, 2010 (Monday) at Cañada College from 4:00-5:30 PM Map and Instructions
February 9, 2010 (Tuesday) at Fresno City College from 4:00-5:30 PM Map and Instructions
February 17, 2010 (Wednesday) at Pasadena City College from 4:30-6:00 PM Map Instructions
February 18, 2010 (Thursday) at Orange Coast College from 4:00-5:30 PM Instructions Map
February 22, 2010 (Monday) at San Diego Miramar College from 3:30-5:00 PM Map Instructions
February 24, 2010 (Wednesday) at Sacramento City College from 4:00-5:30 PM Map Instructions
What does it cost?
Free, pizza and drinks provided, but you must register.
Who should attend?
A team from your college made up of a faculty member from each of the basic skills disciplines mathematics, English, reading, ESL. Other helpful members for your team might be your institutional researcher, the person who submits your MIS curriculum coding to the Chancellor’s Office, Curriculum Chair, Academic Development Chair, Basic Skills Coordinator, SLO coordinator and Chief Instructional Officer.
Noncredit faculty are also invited but we have two noncredit all day meeting February 26 and March 12 which will be discussing this recoding. More details here...
What are the outcomes?
By the end of the meeting attendees will:
- Recode all basic skills course levels using the rubrics to determine the appropriate CB 21 code.
- Evaluate the coding of all basic skills and non-degree-level courses for their college and its programs.
- Analyze information from other colleges about their curriculum coding and philosophies in order to expand our collective understanding of basic skills statewide.
- Synthesize the importance of coding, curriculum and student pathways into a workable strategy targeting student success.
What should you bring?
Each team should bring a spreadsheet of all the courses coded as basic skills, including any courses not coded as basic skills that are below transfer. The spreadsheet should include the current coding for each course in CB04 (Degree Applicability), CB 05 (transfer status), CB 08 (Basic Skills Status), CB 21 (Level prior to transfer).
Sample curriculum documents from math, reading, ESL and English courses prior to transfer.
Copies of the CB 21 recoding manual called Coding Student’s Progress through Basic Skills downloadable from http://www.cccbsi.org/cb21-information