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Staying on the Path: Guided Pathways and Scheduling for Student Completion - Shared screen with speaker view
Erik Shearer
20:02
Yes. We are recording.
Taryn Bailey
20:14
Thank you.
Lorraine Burnham-Levy
28:43
Ha!
Davena BurnsPeters
31:10
Offer an online section
Robert Simpkins
31:17
asynchronous online option
Phat Minh Nguyen Le
31:23
Hybrid
Kerry Ybarra
31:26
One question would be, do other students need the course during the day?
Cristine Tapia
31:40
Survey student needs, perhaps think of hybrid option
Cathy Anderson
31:52
We have this scenario at Shasta College. Before COVID we made a commitment to offering a day sequence through calculus and then also an night sequence. We did not have time to implement our idea due to COVID
Kerry Ybarra
32:41
It also seems problematic that there is only one section of a class required for grad. Is there an alternative course, or can faculty review POR?
Kerry Ybarra
33:10
Program outline
Davena BurnsPeters
35:28
Offer comp and lit in short term sequenced format
Angela Belden
36:46
Can you suggest that people change their chat setting to "all panelists and attendees"...seems like there is some good stuff in the chat that we can't see!
Cathy Anderson
36:50
It's like you visited Shasta College to write all of your scheduling problem scenarios :-)
Jen McCandless
37:26
Thank you for asking that :)
Lorraine Burnham-Levy
37:49
A petition is another barrier for students
Larissa Favela
38:34
What are impacts on other programs? Are these courses also listed as requirements for other degrees/certificates? Perhaps a larger exploration of program and program impacts.
Larissa Favela
38:52
Sorry - forgot to address to everyone. My bad.
Cathy Anderson
40:03
Curious about what Ginni meant when mentioning accreditation standarda
Fatima Jinnah
40:27
Can you share some of the systems that can do predictive scheduling?
Kerry Ybarra
42:21
I would encourage the faculty to consider curriculum clean-up; are the courses C-ID courses? Are the courses required at the lower division level at primary transfer institution?
Fatima Jinnah
44:05
Ad astra? Is that how it’s spelled?
Fatima Jinnah
44:43
Wow! Thanks! I will definitely look into it!
Lorraine Burnham-Levy
44:52
But covid has impacted our predictions
Lorraine Burnham-Levy
46:15
I’ve seen waitlists of 50 students for EVERY speech course offered
Ayana (eye-on-ah) (she/her)
46:36
Solution: see Librarians about offering Critical Thinking courses? Just throwing that out there :)
Kerry Ybarra
51:21
Sometimes we have negotiated with our dean to keep low-enrolled; raise the caps on more popular courses to balance enrollment for the department.
Elinore Leonards
52:03
If the course is offered as a 'live' class with low enrollment - can there also be an online version - both taught by the same teacher? Maybe low enrollment in both will equal one complete class?
Randy Beach
55:32
Could a course equivalency be granted?
Angela Belden
56:07
I would love to see an "automatic message" when a student tries to enroll in a course that it doesn't meet their degree requirement.
David Locke
56:07
Decide if the class should be changed to meet the degree requirement, assuming it is a local and not a transfer degree.
David Locke
56:17
That would help future students
Angela Belden
56:24
I would love to see an "automatic message" when a student tries to enroll in a course that it doesn't meet their degree requirement.
Jen McCandless
56:32
We have some programs in which there are very "specialized" courses (like culinary arts). If enrollment begins to decline, the whole program is in danger...
Traci Fahimi
56:41
Schedule evening sections of needed course
Kerry Ybarra
56:54
We could encourage math instructors to discuss nuance of math requirements at the beginning of the semester
Cathy Anderson
57:57
Common first year experiences may help
Lorraine Burnham-Levy
57:59
Many faculty are concerned that GP does not allow for exploration
Angela Belden
58:20
@Kerry, I love that idea! Make sure that THIS is the Math class for you during the first day/week
Lorraine Burnham-Levy
58:49
So maybe the business math is a part of allowing exploration. It’s a teaching moment-for sure
Yvonka Headley
59:05
@Kerry, yes and they can have a statement on their syllabi.
Ginni May
59:29
This is from Yvonka: @Kerry, yes and they can have a statement on their syllabi.
Elinore Leonards
01:01:56
Thank you! Students are so confused by terms. Withdraw vs. drop. Asyncronous vs. remote vs. online. And, what is a registrar and provost?
Ginni May
01:02:31
Great points!
Emily Burns
01:04:12
Love this Virtual Student Info Desk as an accessible resource for students staffed by folks across roles
Erik Shearer
01:07:59
We have 6 minutes left in our presentation.
Cathy Anderson
01:10:19
About what percent of students choose the autoenrollment option?
Ginni May
01:10:54
I think she mentioned there were 1500 in the pilot, but I dont know the percentage.
Carmen Nieves
01:13:34
Thank you
Ginni May
01:13:49
Thank you for joining us!!!
Phat Minh Nguyen Le
01:13:52
Thank you!
Carmen Nieves
01:14:24
Thanks Erik, Juan, Billie Jo and Ginni May!
Ginni May
01:14:32
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Ayana (eye-on-ah) (she/her)
01:14:49
Thank you for opening this up to the public. I really appreciate learning about Guided Pathways
Angela Belden
01:14:54
Thank you for your time!
Cristine Tapia
01:14:54
Thank you!
Davena BurnsPeters
01:15:02
Thank you all
Ginni May
01:15:02
Thank you , Erik!
Lorraine Burnham-Levy
01:15:10
Thanks!