9:00 AM

May 19, 2018 -
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

The Curriculum Committee is charged to make recommendations to the Executive Committee on issues related to the development, review, implementation, and assessment of all aspects of curriculum both at the college and state level. The committee distributes information through institutes and other forms of professional development, the website, and listservs, as well as senate publications. Under the direction of the president, the chair and/or members of the Curriculum Committee provide technical assistance to local college curriculum committees, academic senates, and the faculty in general. Note: Resolution 15.03 S94 charged the Senate with appointing a library science member and noted past recommendations to the Senate to appoint a counselor, articulation officer, vocational education and basic skills faculty.

May 19, 2018 -
9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, leveraging the Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID), is hosting a Discipline Input Group (DIG) May 19th in Southern California.

The purpose of the meetings will be to bring together faculty from the disciplines below in order to 1.) identify sub-disciplines 2.) to determine competencies to map to general education requirements. The work done by the faculty at the meetings will inform the work of the CTE Minimum Qualifications Work Group.

We need faculty in the following disciplines to attend:

Automotive
Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning
Welding
Aviation

There is no fee to attend and a light breakfast as well as lunch will be provided.

In addition, we are requesting attendance of local senate leaders who have experience with general education requirements to help with the conversation related to mapping of competencies. Faculty who teach specifically in general education disciplines are desired.

Please contact info@asccc.org if you have any questions. Additional information will be forthcoming with location information and specific details for the meeting.