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									 SCWI                               DUAL CREDIT INFORMATION FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS                        July 2010
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Reporting Procedures & Information for Dual Credit Programs
 All marks will be requested by the Dual Credit Teacher from the College Teacher/Instructor.

 The Midterm & Final Report form will be sent to the College Teacher by the Dual Credit Teacher to
  complete and discuss any concerns at the midterm reporting period and the final reporting period.

 Please refer to the REPORTING PROCEDURES GUIDELINES for detailed information.
     http://cal2.edu.gov.on.ca/sept2009/ProceduresAndTimelines.pdf


Midterm Reporting Procedures
 Students do receive a midterm report with the learning skills but do not receive an official mark from
  their college instructors and Dual Credit Teacher.
 Students will not receive an official midterm mark on their secondary report card.

REQUEST OF MIDTERM PROGRESS REPORT
              The Dual Credit Teacher will request a MIDTERM PROGRESS REPORT from the college
               teachers, using the Mark Reporting Form, in order to track the success of the students to date.
               This will help the College Teacher(s) and Dual Credit Teacher in assisting the student where
               needed in order to facilitate successful completion of the credit(s).
              Date of Request: Midpoint of the college course.
              The Dual Credit Teacher should set a meeting with each student to share the midterm report.


RECORDING & REPORTING OF MARKS
              Midterm marks should be recorded on the Dual Credit Reporting Spreadsheet along with the
               corresponding Ministry Dual Credit Code: Z, Y or O code as well as the learning skills.
              Students will not receive an official midterm mark on their secondary report card.
              Dual Credit teacher should keep a copy for your records.
              A copy should be sent to the SCWI Board Coordinator and the home school Guidance Head.
              Please refer to the REPORTING PROCEDURES GUIDELINES for detailed information - pg
               10-12 : http://cal2.edu.gov.on.ca/sept2009/ProceduresAndTimelines.pdf


Final Reporting Procedures:

 Students will receive an official mark and learning skills on their secondary school report card.
 An official college transcript will be generated by the college and sent to the student’s home address.
 The Dual Credit Teacher will report final grades with learning skills to the SCWI Board Coordinator,
  School Principal & Guidance Head.



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REQUEST OF FINAL REPORT
              The Dual Credit Teacher will request a FINAL REPORT from the college teachers, using the
               Mark Reporting Form ,
              Date of Request: End of the college program/course.


RECORDING & REPORTING OF MARKS
              Final marks will then be recorded on the Dual Credit Reporting Spreadsheet along with the
               corresponding Ministry Dual Credit Code: Z, Y or O code and learning skills.
              Students will receive an official final mark and learning skills on their Ontario Student Transcript.
              An official college transcript from the college will be mailed out directly from the college.
              Schools will receive a copy of the college transcript for each student that has participated in the
               program from the Dual Credit Teacher.
              The transcript is to be filed in the student OSR.
              Please refer to the REPORTING PROCEDURES GUIDELINES for detailed information –
               pg 10-12: http://cal2.edu.gov.on.ca/sept2009/ProceduresAndTimelines.pdf


Procedures and Timelines for Colleges to Report Dual Credit(s)

College Fall Term Courses (Semester 1 for secondary schools)
       A college record, complete with final mark for each student enrolled in Semester 1 dual credit
        college courses, will be forwarded to the home school no later than February 1st.

College Winter Term Courses (Semester 2 for secondary schools)
       A college record, complete with final mark for each student enrolled in Semester 2 dual credit
        college courses, will be forwarded to the home school no later than May 31st.
Note: There may be some exceptions to the date depending on the program.


Reporting Procedures: Grades, Full Disclosure, Recognition of Partial Completion
Letter Grades
All letter grades reported on the college record must be converted to a percentage grade before
entering this information on the report card and transcript (OST). Colleges will provide with a guide
to conversion.
Passing Grade
Students must be informed of the passing grade of a college dual credit course
upon registering for the course.




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Reporting Procedures: Grades, Full Disclosure, Recognition of Partial Completion (con’t)
Full Disclosure
The full disclosure policy of the college will apply to the college dual credit course taken by the
secondary school student.
       successfully completed courses will reflect the college grading system
       course failure will reflect the college grading system
       withdrawal from the course will reflect the college’s withdrawal policy
       repeating a successfully completed course will reflect the Ministry of Education’s full
           disclosure transcript (OST) policy by indicating an “R” in the credit column of the course
           with the lowest mark so that a credit is not granted twice for the same course.


Recognition of Partial Completion of College and Apprenticeship Programs Leading to
Multiple Secondary School Credits:
Some dual credit programs will have a secondary school credit value of more than 1.0 credit. Partial
completion can be recorded on the Provincial Report Card and on the Ontario Student Transcript. In
such cases, there will be no credit reported on the college record.



APPRENTICESHIP REPORTING GUIDELINES
Developed & used by St. Lawrence College with Area School Boards for Level 1 OYAP/Dual
Credit Programs
Automotive Service Technician 310S
Brick & Stone Mason 401A                                      General Carpenter 403A
Industrial Mechanic Millwright 433A                           Hairstylist 332A



Successful OYAP/Dual Credit Students
In the College-Taught OYAP/ Dual Credit Level 1 Apprenticeship programs, students must successfully
pass all college courses with a minimum mark of 50% in each course. This will enable the student to
earn College credits, their Level 1 Apprenticeship designation and 2 Dual Credits towards their high school
diploma.

 College Transcript - Each student will receive a college transcript with every course listed along with
  the final mark in each course.

    Apprenticeship Branch of the Ministry - A Pass designation for each student will be sent to the
     MTCU office. No marks are submitted.

 High School Transcript - 2 Dual Credits are granted. The mark for the Dual credits will be the
  average of the college courses and will be entered on the high school report card and transcript.




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OYAP/Dual Credit Students who receive a mark of less than 50% in 1 or more courses:
  College Transcript - Each student will receive a college transcript with every course listed along with
   the final mark in each course. Courses failed must be repeated successfully in order to complete the
   Level 1 Apprenticeship.

  Apprenticeship Branch of the Ministry             - A Fail designation for each student will be sent to the
   MTCU office. No marks are submitted.

  High School Transcript - Students who pass the majority of their courses will earn 1 dual credit.
   The mark for this Dual credit will be the average of the successful college courses and will be entered
   on the high school report card and transcript. The failed course(s) will not be entered on the secondary
   report card and transcript. **The note on the high school transcript will say “Level 1 Partial
   Credit”.

 Credit Recovery - The possibility of Credit Recovery for a failed course will be handled on a case by
  case basis through the College Program Coordinator and the Dual Credit teacher.


Mark Reporting

  The Dual Credit teacher, in consultation with the College Program Coordinator, will provide all marks,
   learning skills & credits to the school board coordinator who will forward the information to high
   school principals.

 Copies of the transcript of college marks are sent directly to each student at the end of the college
  semester and to the school board to include in student OSRs.



Apprenticeship Course Outline

Below (pg 5) is a chart outlining the number and names of courses associated with each
Apprenticeship course offered.




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Apprenticeship                               # of courses       Names of Courses
                                                                Applied Work Practice
                                                                Engine Systems
Automotive Service Technician 310S                 5            Electrical, Electronics and Fuel Systems
                                                                Gear Trains
                                                                Steering, Suspension, Brakes
                                                                Material, Safety and Tools
                                                                Material, Safety and Tools – Lab
Brick & Stone Mason 401A                           4            Plans, Specifications and Codes
                                                                Introduction to Trade Math
                                                                Food Theory
                                                                Safety, Sanitation, and Equipment
                                                                Nutrition
                                                                Bake Theory
Cook 415A                                          8            Bakery Techniques
                                                                Culinary Techniques
                                                                Kitchen Management
                                                                Business Development
                                                                Canadian Electrical Code
                                                                Prints
Electrician: Construction &                                     Electrical Theory
                                                   6            Installation Methods
Maintenance 309A
                                                                Instrumentation
                                                                Electronics
                                                                Safety in Construction
                                                                Construction Materials and Tools
                                                                Construction Materials and Tools - Lab
General Carpenter 403A                             6            Plans Specifications and Codes
                                                                Estimating, Calculations and Layout1
                                                                Introduction to Metal
                                                                Machine Shop Theory
                                                                Machine Shop Practice
General Machinist 429A                             4            Blueprint Reading
                                                                Trade Calculation
                                                                Health and Safety
                                                                Salon Procedures
                                                                Hair Treatments Level 1
Hairstylist 332A                                   7            Hair Cutting Level 1
                                                                Hair Styling Level 1
                                                                Chemical Texture Services Level 1
                                                                Hair Colouring and Lightening Level 1
                                                                Oxyacetylene Welding
                                                                Trade Calculations
Industrial Mechanic
                                                   5            Maintenance Practice
Millwright 433A                                                 Maintenance Theory
                                                                Blueprint Reading
                                                                Plumbing Theory
                                                                Plumbing Shop
Plumber 306A                                       5            Blueprint Reading for Plumbers
                                                                Mathematics for Plumbing Apprentices
                                                                Welding for Plumbing Apprentices




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