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“Ungrading” in the Online Classroom

Online learning opens doors, yet “upgrading” provides a teaching practice that may promote student learning in the online course. Learn about actionable tips for supporting “upgrade” in virtual classes. We’ll share best practices for clearly communicating “upgrading” options such extending deadlines for extra assignments, enabling assessment reattempts, facilitating study groups, and more. Join us to discover targeted strategies to champion equitable access, help more students succeed, and open new doors through online learning. The session may not fit all disciplines and teaching… more

“Ungrading” in the Online Classroom

Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2024

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm 

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CTE Regional Consortium - North Far North

Sacramento
Don't know which Regional Consortium your college is in? You can find the information here.  More information on location and parking coming soon! 

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges ad Regional Consortiums will host 8 CTE regional events tailored to the needs of each region. The sixth event will be held in North Far North area on March 27, 2024.

 

Equity in the Online Course

Dive into a vital discussion on equity in online courses. The engaging session aims to shed light on the challenges and opportunities in creating equitable digital learning environments. Faculty will offer insights on tailoring online courses to meet diverse student needs, ensuring equal access to technology, and fostering a supportive virtual community.

Equity in the Online Course

Date: Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Executive Committee Meeting

- Los Angeles Mission College/Hilton garden Inn Burbank

CTE Regional Consortium - San Diego/Imperial

San Diego/ Imperial
Don't know which Regional Consortium your college is in? You can find the information here.  More information on location and parking coming soon! 

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges ad Regional Consortiums will host 8 CTE regional events tailored to the needs of each region. The fifth event will be held in San Diego/Imperial area on March 8, 2024.

 

Supporting Nontraditional CTE Employment in California Community Colleges for Women

Lynn Shaw, Liaison to the ASCCC CTE Leadership Committee Nicole Martinez, College of the Sequoias, CTE Leadership Committee (additional speakers TBD) Celebrate Women’s History Month and join this webinar to hear strategies to recruit more women into your programs, how to support and ensure women in nontraditional programs graduate, and hear the stories of women who are pioneers in their fields.

Supporting Nontraditional CTE Employment in California Community Colleges for Women

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Date: March 7, 2024

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Spring Curriculum Regionals Meetings- North

De Anza College
We are encouraging teams/individuals including faculty, academic senate leaders, department/division chairs, curriculum chairs, local and district curriculum committees, articulation officers, curriculum specialists, and administrators to attend. The sessions will consist of information and updates on current hot topics such as: Title 5 revisions, Curriculum Nuts and Bolts, Ethnic Studies, Baccalaureate Degrees, Curriculum Committees and Upper Division Coursework, Dual Enrollment, Common Course Numbering, ADT Reform, Competency Based Education, Credit for Prior Learning, Distance Education,… more

Why wait until the 2024 ASCCC Curriculum Institute to begin statewide dialogue around curricular topics of interest?

The ASCCC 2023-2024 Curriculum Committee is excited to bring back in-person Fall & Spring Curriculum Regionals, where we will be joined by our colleagues in the Education Services Division of the state Chancellor’s Office. In intentional efforts to include support our Central Valley faculty and colleagues, we are holding 3 regionals each term: North Regional, South Regional, and Central Valley Regional. 

Dual Enrollment Regional Meetings - North

De Anza College
Join us to hear how faculty have been engaging dual enrollment students at each step of their academic journey and the ways faculty are able to help create the conditions for improved partnerships, stronger pathways, and improved student experiences aligned with Vision 2030. Sessions will include an update from the Chancellor’s Office, what instructional and counseling faculty need to know about dual enrollment, pedagogical approaches to working with adolescents, and pathway design and collaboration with high school partners. All are welcome. Join us!

The Dual Enrollment Empowerment Memo, co-written by the Chancellor's Office and ASCCC, released in December 2023 highlights the important role faculty play in equitable dual enrollment expansion.

Spring Curriculum Regionals Meetings- Central Valley

College of the Sequoias
We are encouraging teams/individuals including faculty, academic senate leaders, department/division chairs, curriculum chairs, local and district curriculum committees, articulation officers, curriculum specialists, and administrators to attend. The sessions will consist of information and updates on current hot topics such as: Title 5 revisions, Curriculum Nuts and Bolts, Ethnic Studies, Baccalaureate Degrees, Curriculum Committees and Upper Division Coursework, Dual Enrollment, Common Course Numbering, ADT Reform, Competency Based Education, Credit for Prior Learning, Distance Education,… more

Why wait until the 2024 ASCCC Curriculum Institute to begin statewide dialogue around curricular topics of interest?

The ASCCC 2023-2024 Curriculum Committee is excited to bring back in-person Fall & Spring Curriculum Regionals, where we will be joined by our colleagues in the Education Services Division of the state Chancellor’s Office. In intentional efforts to include support our Central Valley faculty and colleagues, we are holding 3 regionals each term: North Regional, South Regional, and Central Valley Regional. 

Dual Enrollment Regional Meetings - Central Valley

College of the Sequoias
Join us to hear how faculty have been engaging dual enrollment students at each step of their academic journey and the ways faculty are able to help create the conditions for improved partnerships, stronger pathways, and improved student experiences aligned with Vision 2030. Sessions will include an update from the Chancellor’s Office, what instructional and counseling faculty need to know about dual enrollment, pedagogical approaches to working with adolescents, and pathway design and collaboration with high school partners. All are welcome. Join us!

The Dual Enrollment Empowerment Memo, co-written by the Chancellor's Office and ASCCC, released in December 2023 highlights the important role faculty play in equitable dual enrollment expansion. 

Peer Online Course Review (POCR)

As the shift to online move quickly during the pandemic, online course offerings have soared across our community college system. Although Online Teaching and Learning (OTL) courses begins to prepare faculty to teach online, faculty who participate in the POCR process follow the CVC OEI Rubric and improve their online courses. Come listen to faculty who have participated in the POCR process and talk about their online courses improve.

Peer Online Course Review (POCR)

Date: Thursday, February 29th, 2024

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Spring Curriculum Regional Meetings - South

Santa Ana College
We are encouraging teams/individuals including faculty, academic senate leaders, department/division chairs, curriculum chairs, local and district curriculum committees, articulation officers, curriculum specialists, and administrators to attend. The sessions will consist of information and updates on current hot topics such as: Title 5 revisions, Curriculum Nuts and Bolts, Ethnic Studies, Baccalaureate Degrees, Curriculum Committees and Upper Division Coursework, Dual Enrollment, Common Course Numbering, ADT Reform, Competency Based Education, Credit for Prior Learning, Distance Education,… more

Why wait until the 2024 ASCCC Curriculum Institute to begin statewide dialogue around curricular topics of interest?

The ASCCC 2023-2024 Curriculum Committee is excited to bring back in-person Fall & Spring Curriculum Regionals, where we will be joined by our colleagues in the Education Services Division of the state Chancellor’s Office. In intentional efforts to include support our Central Valley faculty and colleagues, we are holding 3 regionals each term: North Regional, South Regional, and Central Valley Regional. 

Dual Enrollment Regional Meetings - South

Santa Ana College
Join us to hear how faculty have been engaging dual enrollment students at each step of their academic journey and the ways faculty are able to help create the conditions for improved partnerships, stronger pathways, and improved student experiences aligned with Vision 2030. Sessions will include an update from the Chancellor’s Office, what instructional and counseling faculty need to know about dual enrollment, pedagogical approaches to working with adolescents, and pathway design and collaboration with high school partners. All are welcome. Join us!

The Dual Enrollment Empowerment Memo, co-written by the Chancellor's Office and ASCCC, released in December 2023 highlights the important role faculty play in equitable dual enrollment expansion.

OER Basics Series: IDEA, OER, and AI

Evaluating Open Educational Resources (OER) for Accessibility

OER Basics Series: Searching for Open Educational Resources (OER)

2024 Stanback Stroud Diversity Award

The 2024 Stanback Stroud Diversity Award will be presented at the ASCCC 2024 Spring Plenary

Executive Committee Meeting

- Santa Clara Marriott - 2700 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara, CA 95054

CTE Regional Consortium - Inland Empire

Marriott Riverside at Convention Center, 3400 Market St,
Don't know which Regional Consortium your college is in? You can find the information here.  More information on parking coming soon! 

The Career and Technical Education Leadership Committee in collaboration with the Regional Consortia are pleased to announce 8 Career Technical Education (CTE) focused mini conferences in each region. Each of the regional workshops will be tailored to the needs of the specific region. These workshops are intended to empower CTE faculty and other CTE professionals by providing participants with the knowledge, skills, and insights needed to be effective advocates and problem-solvers on issues impacting CTE students. The event is free and all are welcome.

OER Basics Series: Introduction to Creative Commons Licensing

New Opportunities in Work Experience Education Webinar

Alexander Jones, College of Marin, ASCCC CTE Leadership Committee Amy Babb, West Hills College, Lemoore Join faculty practitioners to learn about best practices and regulatory updates in Work Experience Education (WEE). WEE programs provide students with valuable opportunities to gain practical, hands-on experience in their chosen fields while earning academic credit. These programs aim to bridge the gap between classroom learning and real-world application, enhancing students' employability and career readiness. Faculty members play a crucial role in facilitating these programs and guiding… more

New Opportunities in Work Experience Education

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Date:  February 7, 2024

Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) Collaboration Cohorts

CTE Regional Consortium - Central Mother Lode (CANCELLED)

Central Mother Lode
Don't know which Regional Consortium your college is in? You can find the information here.  More information on location and parking coming soon! 

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges ad Regional Consortiums will host 8 CTE regional events tailored to the needs of each region. The third event will be held in Central/Mother Lode area. **The CTE Regional Consortium in Central/Mother Lode will be rescheduled to a new date in the spring. More information on the new date and location coming soon!**

 

OER Basics Series: Understanding OER, Copyright, and Fair Use

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Equity-Centered Faculty Professional Development

Join us to hear from and dialogue with California Community College equity practitioners and their faculty professional development programs.  We may also feature an additional program/college which will be announced later.  1) Katie Palacios, Instructional Designer, San Diego Mesa College.  Topic: "Modeling Equity-Infused Teaching with Equity-Infused Professional Learning with MOST, Mesa’s Ongoing Support for Teaching"   2) Mitra Sapienza, Student Equity Coordinator, City College of San Francisco.  Topic: "Community of Practice on Instructor-Level Disaggregated… more

Equity-Centered Faculty Professional Development

Date: Friday, January 19th, 2024 

Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am 

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