AEP for Stu Suc Summit 9-12

Report
Credits Count Program
Prepared for the CSCC Success Summit
September 12, 2014
Our Partnership & Our Progress
Planning Team
Credits Count @ West High School
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Jason Johnson, Principal
Lucas Cech, Asst. Principal
Jay Poroda, Director, CCS
Aaron Moore, Instructor, West HS
Kathryn Hanigan, Instructor, West HS
Erica Kennedy, Freshman Counselor
Amy White, Sophomore/Junior Counselor
Daniel Roberts, Junior/Senior Counselor
Kelly Hogan, CSCC College Transitions
Sherry Minton, CSCC C&T Pathways
Lori Brown, CSCC Academic Advisor
Joel Nelson, Academic Program Manager
Diane Jones, Coordinator of Advising and Student Services
Progress Points
Credits Count Partnership Accomplishments and Plans
 Curriculum Plan & Pathways Rationale by school
 High School Teachers & Dual Enrollment Opportunities
 Engaging Partners
 CSCC Project Staff Structure
 Marketing & Communications
 Challenges & Lessons Learned
 What’s Happening Now
Curriculum Plan @ West
Expanding upon the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Foundation
Intro to Engineering
Design
General Education & Other
Program Offerings planned as
Dual Enrollment
9th grade
Principles of
Engineering
10th grade
Manufacturing
Operations Pathway
ENGL 1100/2367
(11th & 12th grade)
Digital Electronics
11th
Civil Engineering &
Architecture
12th grade (2014)
2015
grade
Machine Tools
12th grade (2015)
Grade 11 Sem A: Intro to CAD
Grade 11 Sem B:
Manufacturing Operations
2016
Grade 12 Sem A: Machine
Tools
Grade 12 Sem B: CNC
Technology w/Industrial Mills
& Lathes
BMGT 1008
Curriculum Pathways
Intro to Engineering
Rationale
Design
Pathway: Civil Engineering & Architecture
 The Civil Engineering
& Architecture
Pathway provides
college credit if
student passes final
exams in certain
courses, pending
West’s national
certification
Composition I
Principles of
Engineering
ENGL 1100 (3 cr)
Composition II
Digital Electronics
ENGL 2367 (3 cr)
Technical Math
MATH 1113 (5 cr)
21st Century
Workplace Skills
BMGT 1008 (2 cr)
Civil Engineering &
Architecture
Earn 12-25 college credits
Curriculum Pathways
Intro to
Rationale
Engineering Design
Pathway: Engineering Technician
 The Engineering
Technician Pathway
through Machine
Tools is a track that
provides employment
opportunity in
Automation
Maintenance field or
option of continuing
post-secondary
college credit work
Composition I
Principles of
Engineering
ENGL 1100 (3 cr)
Composition II
Digital Electronics
ENGL 2367 (3 cr)
Technical Math
MATH 1113 (5 cr)
21st Century
Workplace Skills
BMGT 1008 (2 cr)
Machine Tools
Earn 12-25 college credits
Curriculum Pathways
Rationale
Pathway: Manufacturing Operations
 The Manufacturing
Operations Pathway
offers immediate
option for new
students at 11th grade
and is a Certification
Track for CNC
Machine Operator
upon HS graduation;
post-secondary could
lead to supervisor
role
Intro to Engineering Design
Principles of Engineering
Composition I
Grade 11 Sem A: Intro to CAD
ENGL 1100 (3 cr)
Grade 11 Sem B: Manufacturing
Operations
Composition II
ENGL 2367 (3 cr)
Grade 12 Sem A: Machine Tools
Technical Math
Grade 12 Sem B: CNC
Technology w/Industrial Mills &
Lathes
MATH 1113 (5 cr)
21st Century
Workplace Skills
BMGT 1008 (2 cr)
Earn up to 30 college
credits and a certificate
High School Teachers &
Dual Enrollment
Initial and On-going Professional Development
 Orientation was held April 16, 2014
– Intro to Dual Enrollment
– Intro to Teaching College Classes
– Discussion time with Lead College Faculty
 PLTW required Training Summer 2014
 ENGL & MATH for 2014-2015
 On-going professional development planning for 2014-2015
– Advisory group to be developed; faculty engaged as of Su14
Engaging Partners
Groups to Target
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Project Lead The Way (PLTW)
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COSI
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Honda
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Campus groups (faculty/staff ERG & students STEM Club)
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Upward Bound
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Leadership Columbus
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Alumni Association
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PAST Foundation
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I Know I Can
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Learn for Life
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Learning Circle
CSCC Staff Structure
Staff Design Plan
Dual Enrollment Office –
oversight of dual enrollment
for the college
Project Director –
oversight of building
and maintaining dual
enrollment
opportunities with
Columbus Schools
Coordinator of Academic Projects:
Placement Test Prep, Summer
Experiences, Middle School
Experiences, & Tutoring
Advising Services –
Oversight of work
associated with academic
advising and other student
services at the college
Coordinator of Student Support Projects:
Admissions, Advising, Testing, Parental
Communication, Registration, Disability
Services, non-academic barriers, and Financial
Aid
The Credits Count @ West High School planning team serves as an oversight
committee for all work with the school; membership includes HS principal, asst.
principal, guidance counselors, teachers, staff, and college dual enrollment
directors, advisor, and staff.
Marketing & Communication
Target Groups
Means of Communication
 Middle School Students
 Teachers (ENG, ENGL, etc.)
 High School Students
 Fliers/Activities
 Parents
 Social Media
 Community
 Parent nights
 College Community
 Parent Consultants
 K-12 Community
 Websites
 Counselors/Advisors
Challenges & Lessons Learned
Addressing Potential Barriers to Success
 Attendance and mobility of student population
 Facilities challenges in older buildings
 Building teacher capacity for Dual Enrollment credentialing
 Impact of school allocations on Dual Enrollment course offerings
 Timeline for planning, communication, and implementation
 Strong curricular alignment of PLTW and college courses
 Teacher and community engagement from outset
 Collaboration is key!
What’s Happening Now?
The first cohort
 Advisor embedded @ West
 Classes in session
 Addressing readiness in mathematics
 Marketing strategies being developed
– Middle schools, parents, students, community
 Scholarship committee being formed
 Equipment installation
 A strategy to support CCS students before and during
their CSCC experiences
Questions…
Credits Count @ West High School is only the beginning…

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