IEPI Presentations

Upcoming Presentations

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Implementing Guided Pathways: What’s Next:

This panel discussion will bring together CBOs from early adopters of the guided pathways framework to discuss the nuts and bolts of implementation from the business perspective. As the California Community College system moves towards this exciting reform, come hear how you can best prepare for it, and set your college's students up for success.

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Theresa Tena, CCCCO Vice Chancellor, Institutional Effectiveness

Laura Hope, CCCCO Executive Vice Chancellor, Educational Services

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Guided Pathways

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InstEffect@cccco.edu

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IEPI's Integrated Planning Applied Solution Kit 
IEPI's Integrated Planning Applied Solution Kit (ASK) encourages institutions in the California Community Colleges system to develop planning strategies that align local initiatives and promote continuous improvement.  The Integrated Planning ASK also identifies key characteristics of effective integrated planning such as program plans, including their budgets, implementation, integration, and evaluation.
 

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Al Solano, Consultant, RP Group

Theresa Tena, CCCCO, Vice Chancellor, Institutional Effectiveness Division

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InstEffect@cccco.edu

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IEPI's Strategic Enrollment Management Applied Solution Kit 
This session will focus on IEPI's Strategic Enrollment Management Applied Solution Kit (SEM ASK). A holistic process, SEM enables colleges to fulfill their missions while working within their fiscal environments. Resources included in the SEM ASK will address topics like: SEM planning, integrated marketing, outreach, scheduling, retention, budget and FTES.
 

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Michelle Barton, Sr. Director Institutional Research, Planning, Effectiveness, and Grants, Palomar College

Cathy Hasson, Director, Institutional Research and Planning, San Diego CCD

Sherrie Guerrero, Trustee, Mt. San Jacinto Community College

Contact Information

InstEffect@cccco.edu

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IEPI's Change Management Leadership Applied Solution Kit (ASK) 
IEPI convened a Change Leadership Summit in October 2017.  Leaders from all levels and functional areas developed CCC leadership strategies that support whole system transformation.  This session will provide attendees with opportunities to tailor Summit outcomes to individual Board and College demands and learn about future Change Leadership ASK activities.

 

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Mike Howe, Executive Director, RP Group

Keren Stashower, Senior Consultant, The Centre for Organization Effectiveness

Jeff Spano, Dean of Institutional Effectiveness, California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office

Contact Information

InstEffect@cccco.edu

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Advance with IEPI!
Learn the latest about IEPI advancing colleges and districts! We’ll discuss the latest on IEPI: technical assistance helping advance colleges’ interests; Professional Learning Network delivering information on effective practices; Workshops moving teams from knowledge to action; meaningful dialogue about indicators and goal-setting; and making laws, regulations, and policy work better!
 

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Jeff Spano, Dean of Institutional Effectiveness, California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office

Matthew Lee, Project Director, IEPI

Barry Gribbons, Deputy Chancellor, College of the Canyons

Contact Information

InstEffect@cccco,edu

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Strengthening Student Success Through Guided Pathways 
Guided pathways offers a framework under which California Community Colleges can promote student success by bringing together the work done in response to various California-based initiatives into one, institution-wide reform. Come hear how guided pathways helps colleges structure student choice and improve student achievement outcomes.
 

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Laura Hope, CCCCO Executive Vice Chancellor,  Education Services

Theresa Tena, CCCCO, Vice Chancellor Institutional Effectiveness

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California Guided Pathways: Achieving Equity in College Completion

“Guided pathways” is a growing movement both in California and across the country that seeks dramatic increases in community college completion. Adoption of a guided pathways framework will require fundamentally altering students’ college experiences. Required systems changes may include: restructuring the colleges’ outreach and intake processes; redesigning the overall structure of the degrees and certificates offered; accelerating student entry into college as they acquire the English and math skills needed to succeed; helping students select a broad field of interest; clarifying program course sequencing; and, integrating proactive student supports. As community colleges begin this redesign process and show results in increasing certificate and degree attainment and transfer, including closing of the achievement gap by demographic group, the opportunity is ripe to learn how colleges have created the infrastructure, culture, and processes that support institutional transformation. This session will include synthesis of the research on barriers to student completion. We will also present promising models of college redesign and guided pathways experiences from administrator and faculty leaders from across the state involved in redesign work, including successes, challenges, and lessons learned. Session participants will engage in small group discussions and team activities focused on how to (1) best utilize existing opportunities and structures at each college, and (2) leverage redesign tools supportive of guided pathways inquiry and design that prove useful in helping colleges deepen their understanding through student voices and institutional data.

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Theresa Tena, CCCCO Vice Chancellor, Institutional Effectiveness

Linda Collins, Executive Driector, Career Ladders Project

Darla Cooper, Interim Executive Director, The RP Group

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IEPI: Helping to Take Your Institution to the Next Level

Hear from colleagues about how Partnership Resource Teams (PRTs) have helped institutions develop innovative plans aimed at improving student success; help your college get a jump-start on planning for the Year-Four Framework of Indicators; and hear about the latest IEPI professional development topics, such as assessment, data disaggregation, strategic enrollment management, and integrated planning. Finally, learn how new resources available through IEPI’s online clearinghouse, the Professional Learning Network (PLN), are helping colleges identify and apply promising practices.

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Jeff Spano, CCCCO, Dean, Institutional Effectiveness

Barry Gribbons, Deputy Chancellor, College of the Canyons

Matthew Lee, Progject Director IEPI

Virginia Moran, Executive Dean, Victor Valley College

Contact Information

InstEffect@cccco.edu

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IEPI’s Strategic Enrollment Management Applied Solution Kit
IEPI is collaboratively developing a set of resources called Applied Solution Kits (ASKs), which showcase promising practices promoting institutional effectiveness. This session will focus on Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM). A holistic concept and process, SEM enables colleges to fulfill their missions while working within their fiscal environments. Student success is central to SEM. The SEM ASK benefits anyone involved in enrollment management and includes resources, tools, and models on such topics as: integrated marketing, outreach and transition, curriculum and scheduling, engagement and retention, enrollment data and evaluation, and FTES and funding. Session participants will learn about the SEM ASK; the work that has been completed to develop it, including a system-wide survey, literature review, and advisory committee; and engage with the ASK’s published resources.

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Michelle Barton, Palomar College

Cathy Hasson, San Diego Community College District

Contact Information

InstEffect@cccco.edu

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Integrated Planning Applied Solution Kit:

In partnership with The RP Group, the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, CCC Tech Connect, the Success Center for California Community Colleges, and experts from within the California Community Colleges system, IEPI is developing a valuable series of tools and resources called Applied Solution Kits (ASKs). ASKs showcase promising practices that promote effective college and district operations. This workshop will focus on the Integrated Planning (IP) ASK and its tools and resources that encourage CCCs to continue developing planning strategies that align local, state, and national initiatives and promote continuous improvement. Learn about key characteristics of effective IP and hear from one faculty member whose college used the tools. Come experience a new tool and provide feedback on it.

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Theresa Tena,CCCCO Vice Chancellor, Institutional Effectiveness
Mark AkiYama, Faculty, Diablo Valley College
Barbara McNeice-Stallard, Director, Research & Institutional Effectiveness, Mt. San Antonio College

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InstEffect@cccco.edu

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From Gaps to Greatness: Using Data Disaggregation to Improve Institutional Effectiveness

The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) and the RP Group formed the Data Disaggregation Applied Solution Kit (ASK) research team in 2016 to promote promising practices that address pressing needs of California Community Colleges: equity planning, program review, SSSP, guided pathways, and more. Related case studies, tools, and other resources are hosted on the ASK area of the Professional Learning Network (PLN) website. Learn how colleges have successfully reduced or closed achievement gaps among ethnic groups and between online and on-ground classes. We will also describe how to uncover hidden equity gaps using multivariate disaggregation. Participants will develop their own data stories and learn to use data disaggregation resources to increase institutional effectiveness and student success

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Craig Hayward, Dean of Instiutional Effectiveness,  Bakersfield College

Theresa Tena,CCCCO Vice Chancellor, Institutional Effectiveness

Gio Sosa, Chaffey College

Jared Lessard, Irvine Valley College

Contact Information


InstEffect@cccco.edu