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Statewide Transitional English Webinar – Overview of Course Parameters & Competencies - Shared screen with speaker view
Judi Nitsch
10:16
Hi, Jon!
Jon Furr, EdSystems
59:56
The full Competencies and Performance Indicators document is available at this link: https://www.iccb.org/academic_affairs/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Transitional_English_Public_Comment-050120.pdf
Jon Furr, EdSystems
01:00:28
The survey for feedback is available here: https://www.iccb.org/academic_affairs/resources/postsecondary-workforce-readiness-act/transitional-english/
Kathy Kusiak
01:19:51
Thank you for emphasizing that this is not a developmental course, Jon!
Judi Nitsch
01:21:31
I have to go, everyone. Thanks for all your excellent work! It was great to "see" you virtually, again! Stay well.
Michael Dufresne
01:24:59
Additional rationale for being sure students graduate high school with state competencies: Underprepared students entering college will also take non-reading/writing courses that require college-level skills. Thus, they may not do well as they concurrently attempt to develop those skills in a post-secondary developmental course. Students need to enter fully ready for college to be successful across the freshman curriculum.
Trisha
01:27:38
I agree Michael. That's one reason I am so happy to see that the team incorporated research integration and citation into the competencies. Those skills are so essential for success.
Kathy Kusiak
01:35:38
Thank you, everyone!
Angelique (IL)
01:35:38
Outstanding work. Thank you.
Michael Dufresne
01:35:42
Thank you!
Alison Douglas
01:35:45
Thanks all