eLearning Module Resource Description Las Positas College's Early Childhood Development Department coordinated with the Math Department to develop a series of math classes contextualized to early childhood development, through which students progressed in a consistent learning community. The...Read more
MiraCosta Community College is committed to promoting a safe and secure working and learning environment. Violence, threats of violence and behaviors that are disruptive to institutional activities are inconsistent with this objective and are unacceptable. This Handbook provides guidance and a...Read more
Education Code Section 87100 states the need for a “work force that is continually responsive to the needs of a diverse student population [which] may be achieved by ensuring that all persons receive an equal opportunity to compete for employment and promotion within the community college districts...Read more
This document presents some common barriers related to mental health shared by students from historically marginalized racial and ethnic backgrounds, and describes how resources specific to the community college system can help support their access to mental health services. While commonalities of...Read more
Los Angeles Harbor College (LAHC) delivered this presentation at the 2013 CAPED Conference, and it remains relevant today. LAHC has a flourishing program to meet the mental health needs of its students, and colleges looking to begin such a program can benefit from LAHC's experience.Read more
The names of campus behavioral intervention teams have real consequences. When making a naming decision, your group should be cognizant of the ways in which the name reflects the team’s actual role and responsibilities. Teams should also consider the way that names influence public perceptions of...Read more
In 2016, the IEPI hosted a workshop titled The Role of Curriculum in Maintaining Your Institution's Financial Aid Eligibility. Attendees learned about the critical intersection of curriculum program/course design and approval with institutional financial aid and apportionment eligibility. General...Read more
Culturally-responsive campus services work toward adopting best and emerging practices. Asian-American communities are among the fastest growing in the United States, and sometimes culturally‐based stigma and shame are barriers to seeking services or assistance from others. While family can be a...Read more
The chart below provides a quick guide for how to proceed when managing a student of concern. It covers the best approaches for handling a student with behavioral issues, in addition to approaches that could have negative consequences. If you are interested in using this resource as a template for...Read more
In 2016 the Academic Senate of California Community Colleges hosted two regional meetings on how to effectively support formerly incarcerated students. As California Community Colleges have increased the number of courses offered to inmates, the ASCCC recognized the need for there to be a smooth...Read more
Given the federal government’s rescission of DACA and shifting priorities regarding immigration enforcement, many individuals within the California Community College system are curious about the state of the law and how to support undocumented students. The Chancellor’s Office has gathered memos,...Read more
The IEPI Indicators Workshop covered important changes to the indicators for the year. Discussions included best practices for using the indicators, and creating goal setting processes to ensure the greatest success for your college. Examples of specific strategies and processes used are included...Read more
This quick reference “Emergency Procedures Flip Chart” template can assist campuses in the event of an emergency. The information contained is designed to protect lives and property, ensure the early resumption of essential services, and restore normal operations of the campus with minimal delay...Read more
eLearning Module Resource Description This resource was originally posted on the " Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy " website. High School Students explore business and entrepreneurship career pathways and earn high school credit with new entrepreneurship curriculum. The Challenge To...Read more
Collective experience with online teaching perpetually reveals opportunities to improve collaboration and strengthen relationships to promote student success. One opportunity identified by the field is pairing of the Canvas learning management system with the Starfish early alert and student...Read more
The concept and application of course-embedded tutoring in math courses at a California community college are presented. Results demonstrate the positive impact on retention and success rates for both onsite and online courses.Read more
This presentation introduces a helpful framework to design and facilitate a humanized online course. Strategies for incorporating presence, empathy, and awareness into students’ learning are discussed in addition to how choice, challenge, control, collaboration, constructing meaning, and...Read more
This resource was originally posted on the " Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy " website. Skyline College’s Green Energy Camp was very successful, but was offered only on campus, limiting the program’s reach. The backstory: The earth’s environment faces numerous challenges, including...Read more
The CTE LaunchBoard , a statewide data system supported by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and hosted by Cal-PASS Plus, provides data to California community colleges and their feeder K-12 school districts on the effectiveness of CTE programs. This information is intended to...Read more
@ONE, in partnership with the Online Education Initiative (OEI), has developed an Online Course Design Guide. You can bookmark the short URL, http://bit.ly/OEICDG , for quick access. This resource is an open Canvas course that provides examples and helpful information for aligning course design in...Read more