GIVE STUDENTS A COMPASS, PHASE II. PILOT SITES. EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE. CSU LOS ANGELES. PRESTIGE PRogress and Engage Scholastically Through Integrated General Education. CSULA. Chemistry. East Los Angeles College. English. Stats. PRESTIGE Program
CSU LOS ANGELES
PRogress and Engage Scholastically Through Integrated General Education
East Los Angeles
Vision: College students [and community members] see the value of chemistry [science] in their lives and advocate effectively for themselves and their own communities.
Goal:Multiple high impact practices will be integrated into parallel GE courses at ELAC and CSULA to increase student success and transfer.
East Los Angeles College
CSU Los Angeles
PRESTIGE is supported by:
‘Give Students a Compass’ (www.calstate.edu/app/compass) and The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation
This material is based upon work supported by the Corporation for National and Community Service under Learn and Serve America Grant No. 10LHPCA001. Opinions or points of view expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the Corporation or the Learn and Serve America Program
Proposal and curriculum design faculty:
Silvia Heubach (Mathematics)
Alison McCurdy* (Chemistry & Biochemistry)
Patrick Sharp (Liberal Studies)
Wayne Tikkanen (Chemistry & Biochemistry)
Alex Immerblum (English)
Veronica Jaramillo* (Chemistry)
Mona Panchal (Mathematics)
Amanda Ryan Romo (English)
Shana Scherzer (English)
CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS
High-Impact Integrations linking courses: faculty development, writing intensive, shared service-learning projects & shared assignments, folioCI rubrics for outcomes assessment, CI peer mentors/reflection leaders lead Dolphin Interest Groups, folioCI presentation portfolios
UNIV 250 Serve and Learn as Active College Students
Sophomore Seminar Transfer Pipeline links Oxnard College “Intercultural Communications” class with CSUCI “Serve and Learn as Active College Students” class during Spring 2012 semester.
Service Learning Orientation held at CI Campus on January 26, 2012.
Students from both seminar classes met for the first time.
Students interacted with community partners and learned about service projects.
School on Wheels, Garden Share/Join the Farm, Food Share, Inc., Cabrillo Economic Development Corp., Smile on Seniors, Ventura County Homeless and Housing Coalition.
COsumnes-SAcramento State (COSA) Transfer Project
CITY COLLEGE OF COMMUNITY
SAN FRANCISCO STATE
Master Slideshow Metro FN COMMUNITY
Metro Academies are COMMUNITY
‘schools within schools’
of 140 students each, located at both community colleges and
universities—4 currently. Academies lead to
two-year and especially
To increase equity in college completion
through engaging, supportive, rigorous, and
socially relevant education
SF State FTF 09/10 Cohort (66) COMMUNITY
All FTF (4032)
Matched comparison (294)
* Data compiled and analyzed by Steve Spurling, Division of Research and Policy, CCSF. Institutional baseline = FTF starting in Fall 2010.
CCSF State FTF 10 Cohort (31)
Thank you! COMMUNITY
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CABRILLO COLLEGE COMMUNITY
CSU MONTEREY BAY
A Pilot Project of Give Students a Compass Phase II
CSU Monterey Bay
June 8-10, 2012, Seaside, CA
Proposal deadline February 27, 2012
PIERCE COLLEGE COMMUNITY
A COMPASS Collaboration between
California State University, Northridge and Pierce College
Pathways: linked courses in G.E. with connections around a theme
They include: basic subjects and subject exploration courses
They feature high impact practices: first year seminars, writing intensive courses, collaborative assignments, diversity and global learning, service learning
They target: freshman and sophomores
2013-2014 Potential Pathways
Pathways will be opt-in/opt-out
Pathways may potentially lead to interdisciplinary minors
Pierce College student will be eligible for minors with aligned pathways
CSUN and Pierce students will share learning experiences