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Title 5 and curriculum development. Cathy Cox Curriculum Review Committee Chair January 28, 2010. What is Title 5? . Education Code (Law). Title 5 (Regulations). Title 5. California Code of Regulations (CCR) Implements legislation Has the force of law.

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title 5 and curriculum development

Title 5 and curriculum development

Cathy Cox

Curriculum Review Committee Chair

January 28, 2010

what is title 5
What is Title 5?

Education Code(Law)

Title 5(Regulations)

title 5
Title 5
  • California Code of Regulations (CCR)
  • Implements legislation
  • Has the force of law
academic rigor and the carnegie unit
Academic rigor and the “Carnegie Unit”

Title 5 §55002.5:48 hours of “time on task” = 1 unit(minimum requirement)54 hours of “time on task” = 1 unit (maximum for apportionment)

3 unit class = 3 x 54 = 162 hours of work total

5 unit class = 5 x 54 = 270 hours of work total

lecture vs lab
Lecture vs. lab

Lecture Units

Student contact hours per unit: 16-18

Outside class hours per unit: 32-36

Total hours of “time on task”: 48-54

Lab Units

Student contact hours per unit: 48-54

Outside class hours per unit: 0

Total hours of “time on task”: 48-54

disciplines
Disciplines

Title 5 §53400-53430

  • Listed in the “Disciplines List”: Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in the California Community Collegeshttp://www.cccco.edu/Portals/4/minimum_quals_jan2008.doc
  • 2 sections:Master’s and non-Master’s disciplines
disciplines9
Disciplines
  • Discipline = minimum qualifications needed to teach
  • Department = administrative oversight of the course
  • List all acceptable disciplines for each course!
interdisciplinary studies
Interdisciplinary studies

Minimum qualifications for “Interdisciplinary Studies”:

  • Master’s in the interdisciplinary area OR
  • Master’s in one of the disciplines included in the interdisciplinary area and upper division or graduate course work in at least one other constituent discipline
hypothetical course
Hypothetical course:

“Politics of Race and Gender”

  • Applicable Disciplines:
  • Sociology
  • Ethnic Studies
  • Political Science
  • Women’s Studies

Interdisciplinary Studies

(requires degree in one area plus additional grad. work in second area)

Multiple Disciplines (any one of the listed disciplines can teach course)

pre and co requisites
Pre- and co-requisites
  • Either one or the other (Datatel limitation, not regulatory)
  • “Content Review” required - Title 5 §55003

Ties specific outcomes from previous class to entry requirements for next class

repeatability
Repeatability

Title 5 §55040 et. seq.

  • Maximum of 3 repeats for credit - affects reporting for apportionment
  • Limitations on repeatable courses:
    • Legally mandated for student’s continued employment; or
    • Content of course differs each time; or
    • “Activity course”
  • Not allowed:

ESL, foreign language, or non-degree applicable basic skills courses (Title 5 §55041)

chancellor s office
Chancellor’s Office

Approval required by the State for:

  • Associate Degrees
  • “Certificates of Achievement” of 18 units+(transcriptable)
  • Substantial modifications to existing programs
resources
Resources:
  • Program and Course Approval Handbook(PCAH)

http://www.cccco.edu/Portals/4/pcah_032009.pdf

  • Minimum Qualifications (Disciplines List)http://www.asccc.org/Publications/Papers/downloads/PDFs/minimum_quals_jan2008.pdf
  • ASCCC Curriculum Developer’s Websitehttp://www.ccccurriculum.info/