Gen Ed Committee Course Coordination Working Group 2014-2016
Gen Ed Committee Course Coordination Working Group 2014-2016 Summary Report 2016-2018 Planning October 13, 2016 Council of Academic Affairs Presenters: Jose Reyes Alamo and Gretta Fernandes Gen Ed Course Coordination Working Group New York City College of Technology: Navid Allaverdi, Alexander Aptekar, Nathan Astrof, Maria-Elena Bilello, Pamela Brown, Renata Budny, Renata Ferdinand, Gretta Fernandes, Asm Delowar Hossain, Jennett Ingrassia, Julia Jordan, Kara Pasner, Susan Phillip, Jose Reyes Alamo, Maura Smale (on fellowship leave: Marta Effinger-Crichlow, Benjamin Shepard) Gen Ed Committee Gen Ed Course Coordination Working Group Goal: Department Course Coordination Led by
Department Course Coordination Liaisons Gen Ed Committee Gen Ed Course Coordination Working Group Goal: Department Course Coordination Evolution of Course Coordination Efforts 2013-2014 Activities & Accomplishments Surveyed department chairs regarding course coordination, current practices, definitions and value to the departments Results of the survey were reported at Chairs Colloquium, Spring 2014 2014-2015 Activities & Accomplishments Course Coordination definition and responsibilities completed by all departments
Gen Ed Course Coordination Day: Making Gen Ed Live, Thursday, January 22, 2015 Gen Ed was made visible through Course Coordination framework in concert with Living Lab Selected Course Coordinators reviewed Gen Ed outcomes; developed implementation strategy Progress reported at Chairs Colloquium and Gen Ed Committee Meeting in Spring 2015 2015-2016 Activities & Accomplishments Department CC Liaisons conducted Workshops w/full-time and part-time faculty Progress report meetings with department CC Liaisons and School Deans; sharing best practices Faculty lead collaborative effort in course coordination and implementation of Gen Ed SLOs in chosen courses, 100% departmental participation 2-year cycle outcomes reported at Gen Ed Committee Meeting and CUE Conference in Spring 2016 Two-year Course Coordination Cycle Fall 2014 Spring 2016 2014-2016 Liaison Charge: Two-year commitment as part of a continuous cycle of defining, delivering, refining, and sharing effective course coordination practices with the Schools and the Gen Ed Committee
2014-2016 Long-term Goal: Design a college-wide framework that supports course coordination, integrates selected Gen Ed SLO/s in each course, and review the process on a cyclical basis in synch with Gen Ed Assessment cycle. Gen Ed Course Coordination Working Group (CCWG) Function: Support School Deans Function: Charge CCL Department Course Fall 2015 Coordination Liaison (CCL)
Function: Course-level Coordination of GenEd SLOs Spring 2016 CCLs Report Plans to School Deans & CCWG CCLs Report Progress to School Deans & CCWG Activities: Train the Trainer Workshop Effective Workshop Design Participants: Course Coordination Liaisons & Gen Ed Working Group Spring 2015 In Person Meeting
(formal and informal) Open Lab (discussion groups) Emails Surveys Phone Conversations Resources for Effective Workshop Design developed in collaboration with Living Lab can be found at: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/livinglab/train-the-trainers-workshop/ Activities: Making Gen Ed Live: GEN ED RESOURCES ROUND ROBIN 9 am-3 pm, January 22, 2015, City Tech, CUNY Winter 2015 Activities: Making Gen Ed Live: WHERE / WHEN DO WE STUDY say out 9 am-3 pm, January 22, 2015, City Tech, CUNY Winter 2015 Gen Ed CC Working Group Website Developed by Prof. Jose. M. Reyes Alamo, Computer Engineering Technology, NYCCT
Gen Ed CC Working Group website: https ://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/gened/working-groups/course-coordination/ Gen Ed CC Working Group Documents: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/gened/working-groups/course-coordination/ccdocuments/ School Progress Meetings with Department CC Liaisons Gen Ed CC Working Group Fall 2015 & Spring 2016 Approaches to Gen Ed SLOs Implementation Varied Gen Ed SLOs Assessment Strategies
One Course Multiple Courses Curriculum Specific Courses Interdisciplinary Courses Entire Curriculum Visual Tools Testing Tools Assessment Tools Students Feedback Faculty Feedback Reviewing courses on the cyclical basis School Progress Meetings with Department CC Liaisons Gen Ed CC Working Group Fall 2015 & Spring 2016
Outcomes: 100% of departments (28) are engaged in course coordination; ~50% departments were previously conducting Gen Ed related activities as part of departmental accreditation requirements. Departments are at various stages of the course coordination cycle due to different approaches and priorities. Full- and part-time faculty implement and assess Gen Ed SLOs in various sections of the course(s) and are included and engaged in an ongoing course coordination process at the department level. The coordination process is now transparent, intentional and valued School Progress Meetings with Department CC Liaisons Gen Ed CC Working Group Fall 2015 & Spring 2016 Identified Challenges Discrepancies in transfer of knowledge between courses Discrepancies in transfer of knowledge from faculty to students Lack of standardization across all sections of the course Lack of faculty discussion about calibration in multiple sections Lack of adjunct faculty integration Lack of systematic approach to use feedback for course
improvement from students and faculty, especially adjuncts Next Steps: 2-year Course Coordination Cycle Fall 2016 Spring 2018 2016-2018 Course Coordination Liaison Charge: A two-year commitment to lead course-level improvement of student learning and the student experience. Course coordination liaisons (CCL) will work with course instructors, other members of their department/chairs, fellow liaisons, deans, members of the Gen Ed and Assessment Committees and others to evaluate course content, course materials and pedagogical practices, and implement, reassess, and share effective course coordination practices. Department Gen Ed Liaison Supported by Gen Ed Committee Department Course Coordination Liaison
Supported by Gen Ed Course Coordination Working Group Collaboration based on department, college/university, and professions specific goals Department Assessment Liaison Supported by Assessment Committee 2016-2018 Strategic Planning 2016 Fall: September: Train-The Trainer Workshops (Dept. CC Liaisons and Gen Ed CC Working Group Members) Early-Mid October: One-On-One Support Sessions (Gen Ed CC Working Group Members and Dept. CC Liaisons)
Late October-Early November: Share Out (Deans & Department Liaisons) December: Gen Ed CC Working Group Members report outcomes Fall 2016 2017 Spring: Dept. CC Liaisons conduct workshops Share Out (Deans & Department Liaisons) Gen Ed CC Working Group Members annual report 2016-2017 2017 Fall: Dept. CC Liaisons implement course coordination changes Discussions: What could help support course coordination liaisons efforts? Gen Ed CC Working Group Members report outcomes Fall 2017 2018: Spring: 2-year Course Coordination Liaison charge and long term goals revisions 2018-2020 Course Coordination Liaisons changes Share Out (Deans & Department Liaisons) Gen Ed CC Working Group Members 2-year term report - 2016-2018 Acknowledgements: 2014-2016 Department Course Coordination Liaisons School of Professional Studies
School of Technology and Design Joseph Bohm, Health Services Administration Jierong Cheng, Business Susan Davide, Dental Hygiene Mery Diaz, Health and Human Services Jeannette Espinoza, Law and Paralegal Studies Eric Lobel, Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging Lisette Santisteban, Nursing Avis Smith, Restorative Dentistry Joseph Sollecito, Vision Care Technology Claire Stewart, Hospitality Management Hon Jie Teo, Career and Technology Teacher Education Celeste Waddy, Nursing David Smith, Dean Steven Brodeur, Communication Design Catherine Cullen, Environmental Control & Facilities Management Asm Delowar Hossain, Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology Jason Montgomery, Architectural Technology Doug Moody, Computer System Technology Hamidreza Norouzi, Construction Management and Civil
Engineering Technology Kevin Patton, Entertainment Technology Yu Wang, Computer Engineering Technology Ozlem Yasar, Mechanical Engineering Technology Kevin Hom, Dean School of Arts and Sciences and the Schwerin Library Nadia Benakli, Mathematics Denise Scannell-Guida (on fellowship leave), Sandra Cheng, Humanities Jean Hillstrom, Social Science Stephen James, African American Studies Lufeng Leng, Physics Anne Leonard, Library Jeremy Seto, Biological Sciences Peter Spellane, Chemistry Julian Williams, English Karl Botchway, Dean (on fellowship leave), Justin Vazquez-Poritz, Interim Dean Acknowledgements: 2016-2018 Department Course Coordination Liaisons School of Professional Studies
School of Technology and Design Joseph Bohm, Health Services Administration Jierong Cheng, Business Kerin Coughlin, Law and Paralegal Studies Susan Davide, Dental Hygiene Anthony DeVito, Radiological Technology and Medical Imaging Mery Diaz, Health and Human Services Kylie Garcelon, Hospitality Management Margaret Rafferty, Nursing Avis Smith, Restorative Dentistry Joseph Sollecito, Vision Care Technology Hon Jie Teo, Career and Technology Teacher Education Zoya Vinokur, Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging David Smith, Dean Communication Design Kang Daeho, Environmental Control & Facilities Management Asm Delowar Hossain, Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology Xiaohai Li, Computer Engineering Technology Ting Chin, Architectural Technology
Doug Moody, Computer System Technology Hamidreza Norouzi, Construction Management and Civil Engineering Technology Kevin Patton, Entertainment Technology Ozlem Yasar, Mechanical Engineering Technology Kevin Hom, Dean School of Arts and Sciences and the Schwerin Library Nora Almeida, Library Stephanie Boyle, Social Science Renata Ferdinand, English Dionne Bennett, African American Studies Lufeng Leng, Physics Grazyna Niezgoda, Mathematics Christopher Swift, Humanities Jeremy Seto, Biological Sciences Peter Spellane, Chemistry Justin Vazquez-Poritz, Dean Acknowledgements: 2014-2016 Gen Ed Course Coordination Working Group Navid Haji Allahverdi, Construction Management and Civil Engineering Technology Alexander Aptekar, Architectural Technology
Nathan Astrof, Biological Sciences Maria-Elena Bilello, Dental Hygiene, Co-chair Pamela Brown, Assistant Provost Renata Budny, Restorative Dentistry, Co-chair Marta Effinger-Chrichlow, African American Studies Renata Ferdinand, English Gretta Fernandes, Health and Human Services Asm Delowar Hossain, Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology Jennett Ingrassia, Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging Julia Jordan, Faculty Commons Kara Pasner, Vision Care Technologies Susan Phillip, Hospitality Management Jose Reyes Alamo, Computer Engineering Technology Benjamin Shepard, Health and Human Services Maura Smale, Library Thank You
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