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English and Math Pathways and Noncredit Development Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Clark
20:03
Julie Clark, Merced College, Credit Math and Guided Pathways Co-Chair
Scott Yates
20:24
Scott Yates, full-time faculty in English, Shasta College
Joshua Roberts
20:55
Josh Roberts, Sacramento City College, full-time English, credit.
Audrey Baca
21:34
Audrey Baca | Adjunct Faculty | San Bernardino Valley College (part-time staff) | Norco College (hopefully others)| English
James Crooks
22:02
I'm Jim Crooks. I teach English at Shasta College in for-credit classes.
Ty Simpson
23:00
Thank you everyone welcome
Ty Simpson
23:46
These are statewide of High school students
Ty Simpson
25:09
you are more than welcome
Ty Simpson
26:20
This powerpoint and recourses will be posted on the ASCCC website
Scott Yates
26:45
Thanks!
Scott Yates
29:12
It can use positive attendance, so it can begin mid-semester if needed. (But, it is hard to get students to take it when they need it.)
James Crooks
29:47
Noncredit does not qualify for financial aid. Noncredit instructors are paid at a lower rate than for-credit classes. Noncredit is positive attendance.
Teresa Doyle
30:22
Noncredit is free, repeatable, open entry/open exit. There are 10 legislated instructional areas are allowable for noncredit.
Dennis Villacorte
32:32
Hi Jan, can you elaborate on the point you just made that NC is outside of the Student Success formula?
Scott Yates
36:07
How do you motivate students who are struggling in for-credit courses to take non-credit courses? Ideas?
Ty Simpson
37:09
Yes all student are able to take non credit
Teresa Doyle
52:26
Can the screen be switched back to see Graciela’s screen?
Teresa Doyle
53:17
Thank you! Can we go back to the slide(s) we couldn’t see?
Ty Simpson
53:56
one moment please the Point will be posted entire Power
Teresa Doyle
54:13
Great, thank you!
Ty Simpson
59:00
Yes it will on the ASCCC site under webinar
Ty Simpson
01:00:19
you are welcome
Graciela Vasquez
01:01:07
Yes they are able to attend Part Time the first year. They 2nd year they are required to attend full time.
Graciela Vasquez
01:03:54
Regarding the ESL competition, we all offer the full levels of courses on our individual campuses. This is done because there is a large need. Our program at Downey Adult does not compete with their courses, we offer what is not present and builds on what the students need into credit ESL and then College English
Graciela Vasquez
01:08:12
Students take Support 1st 3 weeks from 8:00 to 10:30 and then week 4 it meets 9:30 to 10:30 when their Stats class begins
Joseph Davis
01:13:47
Sorry, I must leave for a class that I teach at 1PM. Thank you very much
Tricia George
01:15:07
Students leaving NC when they get what they need can be seen as a good thing (as opposed to attritition showing lack of commitment/interest)
Teresa Doyle
01:15:48
1. That NC can be taught in Spanish per Ed Code. 2. Promise program can be used to leverage the number of students taking M/E in first year.
Dennis Villacorte
01:16:44
Do you have strategies on encouraging English and Math departments to work with NC in serving AB 705 students?
Scott Yates
01:16:55
Most important thing I learned: That there is more money available now to pay non-credit (CDCP) instructors a more reasonable wage.
Scott Yates
01:19:25
Does anyone require students to take non-credit support courses (post AB705)?