Reporting and Recording Dual Credits using Maplewood June

Reporting and Recording Dual Credits using Maplewood June

Reporting and Recording Dual Credits using Maplewood June 16, 2015 1 Key documents 2 Categories of Dual Credits Team-taught College-delivered Dual Credit Policy page 7

3 Team-Taught Dual Credit Courses Closely matched college or apprenticeship and secondary curriculum content Taught by both a college professor or instructor and a secondary school teacher. No maximum number of credits Could be any Ontario curriculum course, including compulsory courses (Dual Credit Policy p. 8) 4

Team-taught Dual Credit Courses Assessment and evaluation of the Ontario curriculum course is done by the secondary school teacher Growing Success applies (Dual Credit Policy p. 19) 5 Team-taught Dual Credit Courses Credit for the secondary school course is recorded on the OST using the code for the secondary school Ontario curriculum course. (Dual Credit Policy p. 15)

The term dual credit appears in parentheses. T appears in the Note column Credit for the college course is recorded on a college record. 6 The Ontario Student Transcript Manual, 2013 (See sample 9, page 36) 7

Setting up a team-taught dual credit in Maplewood 8 9 College-delivered dual credits Students take a college course or Level 1 apprenticeship program. College courses do not need to have any connection to Ontario curriculum courses Credit is recorded on the college record

using college course codes (Dual Credit Policy p.7) 10 College-delivered dual credits Credit is also recorded on the OST using a special dual credit course code assigned by the Ministry of Education. Codes end with 4T for college courses, 4Y for level 1 apprenticeship Be sure to select the right college. The same code may be used by more than one college. The passing grade may 11

vary College-Delivered Dual Credit Course Codes Dual Credit Course Codes for use in Approved School/College/Work Initiative (SCWI) Programs 2014-2015 Ministry Course Code Ministry Course Title College Course Title Credit Value

Passing Grade TLA4Y TLA4Y TLA4Y TLA4T TLA4T TLA4T TLA4T Welding Welding

Welding Welding Welding Welding Welding DURHAM C: Welding 456A LAMBTON C: Welding 456A LEVEL 1 APP A: Welding 456A CONESTOGA C: Exploring Welding Basics WELD1880 GEORGE BROWN C: Welding Arts 6011/6018 NORTHERN C: Welding I WE1092 SAULT C: Welding WLD121

3.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 0.50 0.50 70 63 60 50 60 50

50 HBB4T HBB4T HBB4T HBB4T HBB4T HBB4T HBB4T HBB4T HBB4T HBB4T Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology CONFEDERATION C: Introduction to Psychology PY 199 DURHAM C: Introduction to Psychology An Applied Science GNED1106 FLEMING C: Introduction to Psychology SOCI36 GEORGE BROWN C: Introduction to Psychology GSSC 1105

MOHAWK C: Introductory Psychology PSYC SS156 NORTHERN C: Introduction to Pyschology PS1004 SAULT C: Introduction to Psychology PSY102 SENECA C: Introduction to Psychology PSY100 ST. CLAIR C: Basic Psychology SSC160G ST. LAWRENCE C: Introductory Psychology GENE38 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50

Same course code, but different colleges 12 College-delivered dual credits For college courses, selecting the correct code will ensure that the name of the college, the college course title and the college course code appear correctly on the OST. (Dual Credit Policy p. 15) The correct passing grade will be assigned Students must achieve that passing grade in order to earn credit (Dual Credit Policy p. 19)

13 The Ontario Student Transcript Manual, 2013 See sample 9, page 36 14 OST Showing College-delivered College Course Date Year Month Course Grade

Course Title Course Code Percentage Grade Credit 2013 06

12 CONESTOGA C: Basic Camera Theory DMED1370 TGL4T 74 1.00 2014 06

12 CONESTOGA C: Basic Design B ARTS1010 AEF4T 50 0 Compulsory

Note The passing grade for AEF4T at Conestoga is 55%. Since the student did not achieve that grade, he does not receive a credit, even though his mark is above 50%. 15 College-delivered dual credits For level 1 apprenticeship courses, the name of the college does not appear on the OST. Level 1 App followed by the TCU name of the apprenticeship and the TCU code

The default passing grade is 60% If the passing grade is not 60%, users must select the appropriate college title (Dual Credit Policy p. 15) 16 Setting up a College-delivered DC in Maplewood 17 Dual Credit Codes 18

College & University Institutions 19 Classes File 20 Codes File 21 Viewing Dual Credit Details

File> School Setup> Codes> Edit 22 College-delivered dual credits Level 1 apprenticeship courses are all multiple-credit courses If students do not successfully complete the entire program, partial credit can be granted. The college instructor and the dual credit teacher would jointly make that decision The word partial appears on the OST after the name of the Level 1 program

(OST manual p. 11) 23 OST Showing College-delivered Level 1 Apprenticeship Date Year Month Course Grade Course Title

Course Code Percentage Grade Credit 2013 06 12

LEVEL 1 APP A: Cook 415A (Partial) TKA4Y 74 1.50 2014 06 12

LEVEL 1 APP A: Carpentry 403A TSA4Y 80 2.00 Compulsory Note TKA4Y has a value of 3 credits. This student did not successfully complete the program but was awarded 1.5 credits. Note that partial

appears after the Course Title. TSA4Y has a value of 2 credits. The student successfully completed the Level 1 program. 24 Dual Credit Override Field in Marks/Comments by Class 25 Dual Credit Override field in Marks/Comments by Student When adding courses to the transcript, if students final mark does not meet

the minimum passing requirement, then a zero credit will automatically be assigned to the entry. 26 College-delivered dual credits Maximum of 4 can count as optional credits towards the OSSD (Dual Credit Policy p. 8) External music credits are included in the 4 credit maximum Assessment and evaluation are the responsibility of the college instructor Growing Success does not apply (Dual Credit Policy p. 19)

27 College-delivered dual credits If a student earns more than 4, only 4 will show on the OST; all will show on the provincial report card. The process is outlined on page 12 of the OST manual 28 Dual Credit Report

29 Reporting through Class Enrolment College-delivered dual credit classes can be created without an educator if necessary Ensures consistency of report card, OST, transmission to OCAS and OUAC Allows tracking of credits earned vs credits attempted Courses count towards students FTE 30 Reporting through Other Credits

Reporting through Other Credits will only include classes completed through This School Courses could be missed in transmissions to OCAS Doesnt generate dual credit teacher funding through the GSN 31 Resources Webinar will be posted on scwi.ca and on osca.ca Detailed documentation is available on the Maplewood site. (Check with your board

contact) Dual Credit Programs 2013 Ontario Student Transcript Manual 2013 32 Questions? Phil Hedges, Ministry of Education [email protected] 416-326-5988 Sonja Vandermeer, School College Work Initiative [email protected] 705-328-4353 33

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