“Coffee, Tea and GP” - Governance and Guided Pathways
February 24 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Meta Majors were one of the earliest and newest guided pathways initiatives for many colleges. Four years into the statewide pathways project, colleges continue to develop, scale, and sustain this work. Join us for a conversation about where we are in the development, implementation, and ongoing work of organizing our programs through Meta Majors.
Long-Term Planning for GP Integration
March 17 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Guided pathways was intended to guide college redesign, and now, five years into the system-wide efforts and at the end of the funding-supported period, guided pathways efforts need to become part of everyday college efforts. This necessitates an integration of guided pathways work into college structures. How can academic senates engage and lead this conversation? What does guided pathways integration look like across different colleges, including at your college?
Data 101: Using Data to Ensure Learning
March 24 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Data use and interpretation is a key strategy for Guided Pathways and colleges are using a variety of strategies to make data accessible and useful. Join presenters in this webinar to hear about how colleges are using data to support learning --including discussion of qualitative and quantitative data, the use of data coaching, publicly available data sources, and how data can support equity work.
“Coffee, Tea and GP” - Culturally Responsive Curriculum
March 31 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Culturally Responsive Curriculum design is one method colleges are using to help ensure that learning is equitable and engaging for students. Join us for a conversation about equity and curriculum design, and share the work your colleges are doing to create equity in classrooms.Register for Coffee, Tea, and GP: Culturally Responsive Curriculum
Coffee, Tea, and GP: Sustaining Our Work and Ourselves
April 7 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Pathways work is rewarding but can also be challenging, and this year has exaggerated and exacerbated those challenges in ways that wear on us all. Join us for a conversation about how we can renew ourselves and our resources in a time of strain.Register for Coffee, Tea, and GP: Sustaining Our Work and Ourselves
Staying on the Path: Guided Pathways and Scheduling for Student Completion
April 21 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Pathways gives us an opportunity to reimagine our institutions in more student-centered ways. Join presenters as we consider how administrators, faculty, and researchers can collaborate on scheduling practices that center student success.
All Four Pillars: English, English as a Second Language, and Mathematics Placement, Access, Enrollment, Support, and Success
May 5 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
The ASCCC Guided Pathways Task Force released their paper, Optimizing Student Success: A Report on Placement in English and Mathematics Pathways in September of 2020. In this session, presenters will discuss some of the findings from the report and then provide an update on placement, access, enrollment, support, and success in English, English as a second language, and mathematics pathways.
Due to COVID-19 all in-person conferences and trainings have been replaced with online meetings.