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statewide instructional faculty consortium committee executive boards meeting

Statewide Instructional Faculty Consortium Committee Executive Boards Meeting

Heart of Georgia Technical CollegeDuBose Porter Business CenterOctober 29, 2004

index
Index
  • Instructional Faculty Consortium Committee
    • Purpose
    • Membership
    • Groups
    • Roles of Chairs
  • Program Approval Process
  • TCC Consolidation Update
  • Curriculum Revision Process

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instructional faculty consortium committees ifcc

Instructional Faculty Consortium Committees (IFCC)

October 29, 2004

Presented by:Larry Roberson

purpose of the ifcc
Purpose of the IFCC
  • Serves as forum for discussion and consideration of issues of interest to program specific technical college faculty
  • Serves as informational resource
  • Serves as communication mechanism to:
    • Carries out specific work concerning state wide instructional policies and procedures
    • Carries out specific work pertaining to program standards and guides including development of proposed revisions to standards/guides
ifcc membership
IFCC Membership
  • Faculty
    • Full-time faculty members of credit instructional programs and developmental studies programs
two types of program groups
Two Types Of Program Groups

Consortia Level

State-WideLevel

Program Offered

By

10 <

Colleges

Program Offered

By

11 >

Colleges

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ExecutiveBoard

RoleofChairs

State-WideProgram GroupChairperson

Consortium- LevelChairperson

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ifcc executive boards
IFCC Executive Boards
  • Meet annually with consortium-level chairpersons
    • Discuss specific program-related issues
    • Review suggestions/recommendations generated by consortium boards and/or state technical committees
    • Develop suggestions/recommendations to convey to CPS at DTAE central office
ifcc executive boards continued
IFCC Executive Boardscontinued
  • Meet annually with consortium-level chairpersons (continued)
    • Select state chair and vice chairpersons every two years
    • Establish a plan of action for IFCC Executive Board for its specific program
    • Develop plan to update program standards and guide
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IFCC Executive Boardscontinued
  • Meet annually with consortium-level chairpersons (continued)
    • Establish plans and agendas for approved state-wide meetings
    • Establish and maintain clear communication paths with and between:
      • Local program faculty
      • State office personnel
consortium level chairperson
Consortium-Level Chairperson
  • Represents Consortia at the IFCC Executive Boards annual meeting
  • Works with local program faculty to:
    • Meets at least twice annually at the consortium-level
    • Discusses issues related to their program area
    • Reviews suggestions/recommendations generated by local program advisory committees
consortium level chairperson continued
Consortium-Level Chairperson continued
  • Works with local program faculty to:(continued)
    • Develops suggestions/recommendations to convey to the IFCC
    • Develops suggestions/recommendations and communicate at IFCC’s annual Fall meeting
    • Elects Consortium-level chairperson to serve a two year term
    • Establishes action plans and agendas for consortium-level meetings
state wide program group chairperson
State-wide Program Group Chairperson
  • Meets annually with at least one faculty member from each college offering the program
    • Reviews suggestions and recommendations generated by local program advisory committees with state-wide program group members
    • Develops suggestions/recommendations for CPS at DTAE Central Office
    • Develops a program standards and guide update plan
state wide program group chairperson continued
State-wide Program Group Chairperson (continued)
  • Meets annually with at least one faculty member from each college offering the program (continued)
    • Establishes a plan of action and agenda for approved state-wide meetings
    • Selects state chairperson and vice chair person every two years
    • Establishes and maintain clear communication path with program faculty and state personnel
established dtae meeting dates
Established DTAE Meeting Dates
  • Annual Instructional Faculty Consortium Committee Boards meeting
    • End of October
  • State-wide meeting dates
    • First Friday in February
    • 2nd Friday before Memorial Day in May
  • Curriculum Revision Meetings
    • Established and called by DTAE CPS, as needed
program approval process tcc consolidation project update

Program Approval Process& TCC Consolidation Project Update

October 29, 2004

Presented by:Larry Roberson

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Program Approval Process

  • Process Begins at:
  • Local level
  • Local procedures are followed
  • (Usually under direction of Vice President of Instructional Services)
  • Research:
  • Supporting Data:
  • Is program available at other colleges?
    • Explore DTAE Website
    • Consult other college faculties
    • Consult Advisory Committee members
  • Does research data support:
    • Industry needs?
    • Sound student enrollment population?

Yes?

program approval process continued
Program Approval Processcontinued

http://www.dtae.org/teched/standards/templates.html

  • Download and
  • Complete
  • New Program Request Form
  • Download from
  • The DTAE Website
  • Expedite
  • Appropriate
  • Local Approval Procedures
  • Includes Local Board approval

College Administration submits completed New Program Request Form to: Dr. Fred Kiehle, Director, Instructional Support Services, DTAE

Special Note: Courses being developed as part of a new program must be completed and included with New Program Requests. (Download the course template from the above link.)

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Program Approval Processcontinued

New Program Request Form

Received

  • DTAE Staff
  • Reviews
  • AddressesQuestions
  • &/or Concerns

DTAE Staff

Submits

To

State

Board

Special Note: We strongly encourage you to electronically submit the New Program Requests to both Dr. Fred Kiehle and the appropriate CPS at DTAE.

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program length
Program Length

TechnicalCertificatesof Credit

DiplomaPrograms

DegreePrograms

Credit Hours

15 - 59

Credit Hours

60 - 90

Credit Hours

90 – 110*

Diploma and degree programs may exceed maximum only if required by external licensing board or accrediting agency.

*30 general education credit hours required

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TCC Consolidation Project Phase II

Consolidate TCCs (similar/like content)

DevelopTCC Program Probe

DTAE PostsTCC Probe

Online

Colleges ReviewProbe DTAE Website

College Input Required

Consolidation Process

Complete

And

Approved

Prepare

TCC

Standard

&

Guide

Post Consolidated TCC Standardon DTAE’s StandardsWebsite

submitting a new course receiving a course number

Submitting A New Course & Receiving a Course Number

October 29, 2004

Presented by

Paula Palmer Green

overview
Overview
  • Ascertain the need to submit a request for a new course number
  • Review established Course Database
  • Explain the process for submitting request for a new course number
when to submit a request for a course number
When to Submit a Request for a Course Number
  • Developed a new course
  • Developed a new program containing new course offerings
dtae course database

www.dtae.org

DTAE Course Database

DTAE

  • Link to DTAE Homepage
  • Click on Index
  • Select the ‘C’ link
  • Choose ‘Curriculum-Courses-Credit’
  • Review hundreds of courses together with course standards and guides

Course Database

process request
Process Request
  • Access www.dtae.org
  • Select Index then the ‘C’ Link
  • Choose: Curriculum-Forms and Templates
  • Download the ‘Course Guide’ template
  • Save file/template to your PC before completing
  • Complete template with requested information
  • Email completed course code file to CPS as an attachment
benefits
Benefits
  • Eliminates the possibility of having duplicate course numbers
  • Affords faster turnaround time to process request
  • Provides access to extensive repository of course offerings
  • Ensures the wheel will not have to be reinvented by the colleges
review
Review
  • Review when you need to submit a request for a course number
  • Acquaint you with the Course Database
  • Explain the process for submitting a request for course number
curriculum revision process

Curriculum Revision Process

October 29, 2004

Presented by:David Gibson, CCW Coordinator

what is curriculum
What is Curriculum?
  • Curriculum is what we teach
  • The what is the knowledge or skills
    • The facts
    • The individual competencies
  • The Curriculum is a framework on which we place the competencies
we have a good framework
We Have A Good Framework
  • Standards
  • Industry driven
  • Allow for Accountability
accountability
Accountability
  • DTAE
  • Accrediting Bodies
  • Industry
curriculum revisions process
Curriculum Revisions Process

Who are the stakeholders

?

Students

Instructors

IFCC

Technical Colleges

Industry

DTAE

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Scheduled Revision

State Technical Committee

Working Committee

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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state technical committee
State Technical Committee
  • CPS initiates the formation of the STC
  • Consists of Business and Industry Members
  • Recruited throughout the State
what are the responsibilities of the state technical committee
What are the responsibilities of the State Technical Committee?
  • Review competencies
  • Make recommendations
state technical committee may recommend
State Technical CommitteeMay Recommend
  • Maintaining the existing competencies
  • Inclusion of new competencies that reflect:
    • the changing nature of occupations
    • the changing nature in the workplace
    • the changing nature in technology
  • Removal of competencies that are outdated
slide50

Scheduled Revision

State Technical Committee

Working Committee

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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working committee ifcc executive board state technical committee and a dtae cps
Working CommitteeIFCC Executive Board, State Technical Committee, and a DTAE CPS
  • Discusses STC recommendations
  • Makes recommendations to changes in the curriculum
slide54

Scheduled Revision

State Technical Committee

Working Committee

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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probe
Probe
  • Documents/implements the proposed changes made by business, industry, and college instructors
  • Includes all the proposed changes in the curriculum
  • Amends course standards
  • Includes suggested course sequence
  • DTAE Staff reviews
  • Posts on the web for review
probe continued
Probe continued

DTAEStaff

  • DTAE Staff summarizes and sends College Probe Responses to VPIs

VPICouncil

  • VPI Council reviews and makes recommendations

PresidentsCouncil

  • Presidents Council reviews and makes recommendations
  • State Board considers the revisions for approval

StateBoard

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Scheduled Revision

State Technical Committee

Working Committee

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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standard
Standard
  • Approved changes are reflected in a new revised standard
  • Course Guides
  • Implementation date
  • Termination date for the old standard
the local revision process
The Local Revision Process

Local Advisory Committee

Consortium

IFCC Executive Board

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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local advisory committee
Local Advisory Committee
  • Local Advisory Committee Member may suggest a change in the Curriculum
  • Local Advisory Committee must approve a recommendation for content revisions
slide65

Local Advisory Committee

Consortium

IFCC Executive Board

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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consortium
Consortium
  • The program Instructor takes the Recommendation to the Consortium
  • The Consortium considers the Recommendation
  • An Approved Recommendation is given to the IFCC Executive Board
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Local Advisory Committee

Consortium

IFCC Executive Board

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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ifcc executive board
IFCC Executive Board
  • Accepts or rejects recommendations
  • Sends approved revisions and documentation to DTAE for inclusion in a new Probe.
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Local Advisory Committee

Consortium

IFCC Executive Board

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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slide70

Scheduled Revision

State Technical Committee

Working Committee

Probe

College, VPI, and PC Review

State Board Approval

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You are an important part of this process

How Do We Maintain And Revitalize Our Standards

?

Revision Process

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