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					Activity/Task/Milestone/      Project Goal/Outcome                           Deliverable              Start    Expected    Status as of
Event                                                                                                 Date     End Date    Qtr Ending
Redesign developmental                                                 Revised developmental          Fall     Summer      In progress
education.                                                           education programs in math,      2009     2014
                                                                          reading, English.
Develop and implement                                               Contextualized developmental      Spring   Fall 2014   In planning
contextualized curriculum.                                            modules built for reading       2012                 phase.

Develop and implement                                               Compressed curriculum built for   Fall     Fall 2014   Some
accelerated curriculum –                                             developmental math, reading,     2009                 sections
compression.                                                                  English.                and                  developed
                                                                                                      Spring               and
                                                                                                      2012                 implemente
                                                                                                                           d. Others in
                                                                                                                           planning
                                                                                                                           phase.


Develop and implement                                               Mainstreamed curriculum built     Spring   Fall 2014   In planning
accelerated curriculum –                                             for developmental English.       2012                 phase.
mainstreaming.




                              Accelerate progress for low-skilled
                                 and other workers. Students
                             completed developmental education
                                           courses.
Develop and implement                                                   Accelerated curricula built for   Spring   Fall 2014   In planning
accelerated curriculum –                                                   developmental math.            2012                 phase.
modularization.




                                  Accelerate progress for low-skilled
                                     and other workers. Students
                                 completed developmental education
                                               courses.
Provide personalized guidance                                                                             Spring               Student
for students enrolled in Clean   Improve retention and achievement                                        2012                 success
Energy Tech program.             rates to reduce time-to-completion.                                                           coach hired
                                                                                                                               in January
                                 COETC students persist and graduate                                                           2012
                                     at higher rate than cohort
Create and place students in                                                                              N/A
internships.
Develop and implement three       Build programs that meet industry       Curriculum built for three      N/A
short-term, non-credit            needs                                          certificates.
certificates with input from
content experts and employers.

Develop and implement hybrid      Strengthen online and technology-     Curriculum modified for online    N/A
and online training courses       enabled learning                       and hybrid delivery of Clean
within the Clean Energy                                                  Energy Technology program
Technology program.                                                                courses.
Question
Developmental Education
What did the "typical" (can be multiple) sequence of developmental education classes look like?

What developmental education classes have changed as a result of this grant?




How many students have enrolled in the new dev/ed classes?




How many students have completed the dev/ed sequence taking at least one of the redesigned
classes?


How many students completed ENG121 (for those taking ENG dev/ed class/es), any MAT100 level
course (for those taking Mat dev/ed class/es) or any 100 level college course (for those taking REA
dev/ed sequence)? (Of those that took a redesigned dev/ed class)


OER Dev/ED Math
What Dev/Ed OER MAT classes have been introduced?


How many students have enrolled in OER Dev/Ed MAT classes?


How many have completed OER Dev/Ed MAT classes?

How many faculty have been trained to teach these courses?




Personalized guidance via career coaches, intrusive advising, early warning systems, and student
success courses
Have you hired a career coach?
Have you implemented an early alert system? (Course signals, or any new system)


How many students have utilized these services (career coaching, intrusive advising, EWS, and
student success courses)?
How many students (who have utilized these services) have enrolled in consecutive semesters? (Fal
lto Spring, Spring to Summer or Fall, Summer to Fall)

How many students (who have utilized these services) have completed 9 credits in a program of
study?
How many students (who have utilized these services) have completed a certified?
How many students (who have utilized these services) have completed a degree?
What is the student satisfaction rate for these services?




Advancement in Energy Careers
How many students are enrolled in newly designed or enhanced energy programs?

How many students (who have utilized new energy classes/enhancements) have been placed into
internships or work placements?
How many students (who have utilized new energy classes/enhancements) have been placed in
energy (energy related) positions?
What are the wages of those placed in previous question?
Have energy represenitives had input on classes/curriculum?
How many students have obtained a career readiness certification through workforce centers?


Hybrid Learning, online training, mobile labs
Have you created online energy courses?
Have you created hybrid energy courses?
Have you created a mobile lab program?
What was the grade distribution for these courses?
Do these new courses utilized OER material?
Answer                                  Description/Qualitative

ENG060-ENG090; REA 60-REA 90            Traditional sequence prior to TAACCCT

Compressed 3 credit ENG060/REA 60;
1 credit REA 075; 1 credit REA 076; 1
credit REA 075; Accelerated ENG 90

Summer ENG/REA 60- 89 ; Fall
ENG/REA 60- 227 ; Fall Accelerated
ENG 90- 72 ; Fall PACE ENG 90- 88 ;
Fall REA 075- 213 ; Fall REA 076- 6

None                                    Since there are no accelerated options
                                        available in the summer, it's not
                                        possible to complete the series.

Unknown                                 A database is being built to track these
                                        students.




MAT 096; MAT 045                        MAT 96 will become STEM math; MAT
                                        45 will be eliminated with new
                                        sequence
Summer MAT 45- 25; Fall MAT 45- 172;
Fall MAT 96- 79

15 students completed MAT 045 this
summer
5                                       Three full time or .5 faculty and 2
                                        adjuncts




Yes                                   Angele Davenport
Yes                                   We have piloted the use of Course
                                      Signals in our redesigned Dev/Ed
                                      ENG060/090
133 Students have met with the career Students have met with career coach
coach.                                for advising, personal/academic
                                      support.
20 out of 46 students have enrolled
from spring-summer or summer-fall.

Unknown                               We are currently developing a database
                                      to track this information.
0                                     2 semesters isn't
0
0%                                    We are currently developing a student
                                      satisfaction survey for all of our
                                      students.


N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A




N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Self Assessment/Future Plans




With current dev/ed load and
future projections, we will hope to
offer 7-9 ENG060/090 courses in
the future.
166/500=33% We originally
planned to have 500 students
over the life of the grant


37/400=9% We originally planned
to have 400 students over the life
of the grant

0/400 We originally planned to
have 400 students over the life of
the grant




54/100=54% We originally
planned to have 100 students
over the life of the grant


2/2=100% We originally planned
to have 2 faculty trained




1/1=100%
We are piloting course signals
with REA 075 P16.

No goals were set, but we
anticipate 1000 students will
utilize our career coach services.
We plan on implementing the
survey at the end of the semester.




We also plan on adding WQM122.




1/1 Created.
1/2 Created.
           Strategy                                          Progress measure




1. Redesign developmental
education. Develop alternative
assessments and targeted
remediation modules.


                                   Time to completion for students in DE (based on levels of remedial
done                               need). 2,400 students will be served by new dev ed curriculum
                                   Number of students who complete their required developmental
                                   sequence or alternative assessments & curriculum successfully: Yr 1
                                   65% will demonstrate basic skill competency; yr 2 70%; yr 3 75%
done                               (1800).

                                   Students who complete gatekeeper college-level English and math.
done                               61% overall CCCS remedial pass rate
done                               Fifteen developmental programs redesigned.
                                   Number of students enrolled in redesigned developmental courses.
                                   2400 students served by DE curriculum; 4000 career services; 2000
done                               served by career coaches


2. Pilot the use of OER
developmental math courses
                                   Number and percentage of students who complete OER
                                   developmental math courses. 61% overall CCCS remedial pass rate
                                   including in OER courses.
                                   Time to completion in OER developmental math courses compared to
                                   standard developmental math courses.

                                   Faculty trained to effectively teach these courses
                                   One college implementing this course format


3. Personalized guidance via
career coaches, intrusive
advising, early warning systems,
student success courses
                                   Number and percentage of students who enroll in consecutive
                                   semesters. 2106 students served in energy
                                 Number of students who complete 9 credits in a program of study
                                 (concentrators). 549 total number of students who earn a degree
                                 during the period of performance. 2500 students use services
                                 Number and percentage of students using these services; type of
                                 services provided. 2500 students use services provided by CLDE.
                                 Number of certificates and degrees completed annually. 1579
                                 certificates or degrees earned over the life of the project.
                                 Student satisfaction with these services - more than 50% students
                                 reporting satisfied or extremely satisfied with service
                                 15 career coaches hired

                                 Implementation of early warnings systems (via LMS for online
                                 programs, Career Coach monitoring)

4. Build online and hybrid
flexible, stackable short-term
certificates and associate
degree programs that lead to
employment/advancement in
Energy careers.
                                 Job placement - 300 TAA students placed in energy positions
                                 Wages of students after placement - target wages $23/hour

                                 Number of students enrolled in Energy programs. 2106 students
                                 served in energy programs.
                                 1500 Career Readiness Certification tests administered and
                                 completed through workforce centers
                                 Role of Industry in creation of energy courses
                                 1000 internship and work placement agreements created and
                                 students placed.
5. Develop hybrid and online
training courses and use OER
resources where available; and
mobile labs for hands-on
training


                                 2106 students enrolled in online, hybrid, and mobile lab programs

                                 565 students who master technology taught in mobile labs
                                 Seven online and hybrid programs developed with and without OER
                                 resources
                                 Three mobile lab programs
Progress to date Self Assessment (on
(this should be a      track, behind
                                         Qualitative Description
%, i.e. the item is schedule, or ahead
 100% finished)         of schedule)

				
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