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  1. BASIC SKILLS mission college

  2. A Message from… • Harriett Robles, President • Norma Ambriz-Galaviz, VP of Instruction • Stephanie Kashima, President MCAS • Penny Johnson, VP Student Services

  3. Mina Jahan

  4. Background of BSI • (A) Organizational Administrative Practices • (B) Program Components • (C) Staff Development • (D) Instructional Practices

  5. Basic Skills Students Mission College

  6. Acknowledgements • Completion of: • Self-Assessment • Action Plan and 5-Year Goals • Attendance of: • Basic Skills Regional Training • Basic Skills Conferences

  7. The Pathway Assessment Referrals

  8. Basic Skills: Key Focus Areas Sustainable Scalable Student Oriented

  9. Selecting Coordinators • Patrick Hudak • Curtis Pembrook • ThuyTrang

  10. We have been busy! • Identifying all Basic Skills Courses • Selecting communication tool • Completing Self Assessment Booklet • Developing promotional media and materials • Spring ’09 Schedule (Center Pages) • Tutorial Center (Video) • Math Developmental Modules (Video) • Developed Website

  11. Mission College BSI Website

  12. Budget Update • FY 05-06 =$237,516 • (Carryover ~ $160,994) • FY 06-07= $280,213 • FY 07-08= $100,000 • Budget obligations • Coordinator’s Contracts • SLO Development Contract • Office Assistant’s Contract

  13. Budget Request Form • Form • Criteria

  14. Curtis Pembrook

  15. BSI Workshops

  16. Break: 15 Minutes

  17. Patrick Hudak

  18. Working Session • Goal: Create an overarching philosophy of developmental education at Mission College. • Pat, Curtis, Thuy (Facilitators)

  19. Working Session • Logistics • Break into groups • Assign note taker; write on flip charts • Use example from Ohlone. • See parameters from our self-assessment, Strand (A) • Should reflect College’s Vision and Mission

  20. Long Term Goal: Philosophy of Developmental Education

  21. Mission College is committed to providing our students with the foundation they need to succeed in higher education. Our programs and services foster reading, writing, communication, math and study skills. Teaching basic skills requires us to work together across departments, disciplines and services. (note: possibly move to beginning of #2.) • Mission College is committed to providing students with cognitive and meta-cognitive skills to achieve competency in English (reading, writing, and communication) and Mathematics. (to achieve competency in basic skills)

  22. Philosophy Example: Ohlone College • Everyone is capable of learning. The program strives to prepare students to: • be effective citizens in society; • broaden their multicultural understanding and perspectives; and • find direction and improve the quality of their lives. • Furthermore, the program fosters cross discipline learning and increased opportunities for student success through a variety of educational experiences.  The program values educational research and incorporates best practices into instruction.

  23. Working Session Wrap-Up • Groups share key points of Philosophy of Developmental Education

  24. Mina Jahan

  25. Next Steps • Future meetings • BSI Advisory Group members • Training