(North) Curriculum Regional Meetings
The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is partnering with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office to hold two regional meetings focusing on curriculum. In the morning, get updates on the latest news on statewide curriculum Issues. In the afternoon, continue to get updates and engage in dialog on hot topics of the day while the Chancellor’s Office provides training on the Curriculum Inventory especially designed for Curriculum Specialists. We encourage you to bring a team of curriculum chairs, articulation officers, curriculum specialists, and administrators so that you can attend the traditional curriculum regional meeting and the Chancellor’s Office training.
Topics will include Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) deadlines, Adult Basic Education and Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) course funding, Program and Course Approval Handbook update, and new model curriculum information.
Friday, October 17, 2014, 9:00am-3:00pm
Sacramento City College - Performing Arts Center (Auditorium) SCC Campus Map
3835 Freeport Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95822
The meeting will held be in the Performing Arts Center (Auditorium) at the north end of campus. Registration will be in the lobby of the building. Please note that no food/drink are allowed in the main auditorium. Parking will be provided in the “F” Faculty/Staff lot. The entrance to the lot is off Sutterville Road (see map). Attendees can park anywhere in the “F” lot without a permit for the day; but please do not park in any other lot or you will be ticketed.
9:00-9:30am Registration and Sign-in
9:30-9:45am Welcome and Introductions
9:45-10:45am Chancellor’s Office Update
10:45-11:30am C-ID/ADT Update and CB21 Coding
12:00-3:00 pm Strand A: Curriculum Inventory Training for Curriculum Specialists
12:00-3:00 pm Strand B: Curriculum Update and Dialog with Curriculum Chairs, Adult Basic Education and Curricular implications, CTE Curriculum Academy, Math and English, Associate Degree Requirements – Keeping a promise, Distance Education and Curriculum Requirements, Equity Planning and Prerequisites, Q&A: Questions from the field