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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 Student Success Course Data"

Equity-Centered Faculty Professional Development

Date: Friday, January 19th, 2024 

Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am 

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Local Senate Visit - MiraCosta College

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Executive Committee Meeting

- Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa - 2000 Second Street Coronado, California 92118

Executive Committee Meeting

- The Sheraton Grand Sacramento - 1230 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814

2023-24 Hayward Award

The 2023 Hayward Award will be presented at the February Board of Governor's meeting.

Destigmatizing Academic Probation

This webinar will address ASCCC resolution 07.01 S23 Destigmatize Academic Probation Language and focus on the importance, impacts and operational changes related to updating academic probation language. We will discuss how this work aligns with 10+1 Academic Senate purview, hear from the RP group about transformational data informing this work, innovative ways that Moorpark College has implemented these changes, and provide examples of concrete ways that local colleges can get started in implementing these changes. We will discuss the application of language changes while also recognizing… more

Destigmatizing Academic Probation

Date: December 8th, 2023

Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am 

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Demystifying CBE

Join faculty colleagues from Coastline and Southwestern Colleges to learn about Competency Based Education (CBE). Competency-Based Education (CBE) is an educational approach that focuses on mastering specific skills or competencies rather than solely completing a certain number of courses or accumulating credit hours. This method emphasizes the demonstration of proficiency in defined areas, enabling learners to progress at their own pace. By providing a more flexible and personalized learning experience, CBE aims to address individual student needs and promote a deeper understanding of the… more

Demystifying CBE

Date: December 7th, 2023 

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm 

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AB 1111 Common Course Numbering Draft Report Update

Join ASCCC Past President Ginni May, who is co-chairing the AB 1111 Task Force, and ASCCC President Cheryl Aschenbach as they provide an overview of the late-November version of the AB 1111 Draft Summary Report, updated from the earlier August and October 2023 versions. Additionally, provide input on the report for them to take to the Task Force meeting and ask your lingering questions. For additional AB 1111 Common Course Numbering Task Force Information, including the report and meeting info, click here.

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm 

Date: Tuesday, December 5th, 2023 

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NOTE: The webinar meeting has changed to December 5th. All registered attendees have been informed via email of the changes and the zoom link. Please email events [at] asccc.org for any questions! 

A Student Digital Equity and Literacy Solution: Collaborating to create equitable student access and success with innovative solutions for IT initiatives

Studies show that the digital divide impacts low-income neighborhoods and community college students.  Across the state, many CCCs are rolling out information technology (IT) initiatives that challenge our students' digital literacy fluency, including Microsoft Office 365, student email, multi-factor authentication, and campus WiFi.  Dr. Ingrid Greenberg is the Academic Senate Past President and Coordinator, Online Faculty Mentor Team, at San Diego College of Continuing Education, and a ASCCC Faculty Leadership Development Committee member. She will present emerging best practices for… more

A Student Digital Equity and Literacy Solution: Collaborating to create equitable student access and success with innovative solutions for IT initiatives

Date: November 30th, 2023

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm 

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AB 928 ADT Intersegmental Implementation Committee Draft Report Update

Join ASCCC Past President Ginni May, ASCCC representative to the AB 928 Committee, and ASCCC President Cheryl Aschenbach as they provide an overview of the latest version of the AB 928 Draft Summary Report, updated from the earlier August and October 2023 versions. Additionally, provide input on the report for Ginni to take to the AB 928 Committee meeting and ask your lingering questions. For additional AB 928 ADT Intersegmental Implementation Committee information, including the report and meeting info, click here.

Date: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Time: Monday, November 27th, 2023 

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2023 Fall Plenary Session

- Westin South Coast Plaza
Welcome Hello and welcome to the 2023 Fall Plenary Session! Without question, there is a lot happening at our colleges, much of it within the realm of teaching, learning, leadership, and governance.  Whether your interest is dual enrollment, Rising Scholars, increased engagement of diverse faculty as academic senate leaders, accreditation, the impact of generative AI on teaching and learning, legislation, effective communication, change management, cultural humility, OER and ZTC, transfer, career education, data, or student completion and success, the breakout and general session topics… more

ASCCC presents the 2023 Fall Plenary Session, November 16-18, 2023. This is a hybrid event taking place at the Westin South Coast Plaza, 686 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa, CA 92626. The 2023 Fall Plenary Session theme is "Journey to Vision 2030: Faculty Perspectives". We hope that all local faculty leaders will plan to join us in Costa Mesa!

Executive Committee Meeting

- Westin South Coast Plaza- 686 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626