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Goals and Objectives

Goals and Objectives

 

Measurable Activity Objectives

Measurable Objectives

Performance Indicators

Year One: 2010 - 2011
1.1 Increase from 0 to 1 the components of a First-Year Experience Program through the Redesign of Comprehensive Orientation by 9/30/11. 

1.2 Increase from 0 to 4 the number of Redesigned Gateway Courses through targeted professional development by 9/30/11. 

1.3 Increase from 0 to 1 the components of Integrated Academic Services through the development of the Academic Success Center by 9/30/11.

Year One: 2010 - 2011
1.11 The Comprehensive Orientation Staff Team (FYE Director, Academic and Student Support Staff, E-Learning Specialist) develop a new orientation and online component and train 20 staff. 

1.12 Comprehensive Orientation is ready to pilot with 400 students.

1.21 Four Gateway Course Design Teams (12 Faculty, Instructional Des. Consultants, E-Learning Specialist) redesign courses with Instructor’s Toolkits and Web-Enhanced Course Pages and an additional 20 faculty are trained.

1.22 Four Redesigned Gateway Courses are ready to pilot with 450 students.


1.31 The ASC Director, Staff Team and E-Learning Specialist design integrated services and online layout for the Academic Success Center and 20 staff are trained.

1.32 The Academic Success Center is linked with Gateway Courses and ready to pilot services with 400 students.

Year Two: 2011 - 2012
2.1 Increase from 1 to 2 components of a First-Year Experience Program through the design of the First Year Seminar by 9/30/12. 

2.2 Increase from 4 to 9 the number of Redesigned Gateway Courses through targeted professional development by 9/30/12. 

2.3 Increase from 1 to 2 components of Integrated Academic Services through the Development of an Online Instructor Referral and Appointment system by 9/30/12.

Year Two: 2011 - 2012
2.11 The First-Year Seminar Design Team (FYE Director, 3 Faculty, E-Learning Specialist) develop a First-Year Seminar with web-enhanced components and an additional five faculty are trained.

2.12 The First-Year Seminar is ready to pilot with 160 students. 

2.21 Five Gateway Course Design Teams (15 Faculty, Instructional Des. Consultants, E-Learning Specialist) redesign courses with Instructor’s Toolkits and Web-Enhanced Course Pages and an additional 35 faculty are trained.

2.22 Five Redesigned Gateway Courses are ready to pilot with 700 students. 

2.31 The ASC Director and Data Systems Consultant develop the Online Instructor Referral and Appointment System and train 20 staff.

2.32 The Online Instructor Referral and Appointment System is linked to Gateway Courses and ready to pilot with 400 students.

Year Three: 2012 - 2013
3.1 Increase from 2 to 3 components of a First -Year Experience Program through the design of Online Freshman Interest Groups by 9/30/13. 

3.2 Increase from 9 to 15 the number of Redesigned Gateway Courses through targeted professional development by 9/30/13.

3.3 Increase from 2 to 3 components of Integrated Academic Services through the development of Early Warning and Student Monitoring Procedures by 9/30/13.

3.4 Increase from 55 percent to 65 percent successful completion in four Redesigned Gateway Courses by 9/30/15 (2006-09 Baseline).

Year Three: 2012 - 2013
3.11 The Online Freshman Interest Groups (FIGS) Design Team (FYE Director, 3 Faculty, Student Development Staff, and E-Learning Specialist) designs the online FIGS and an additional five faculty are trained.

3.12 Online Freshman Interest Groups are ready to pilot with 120 students. 

3.21 Six Gateway Course Design Teams (18 Faculty, Instructional Des. Consultants, E-Learning Specialist) redesign courses with Instructor’s Toolkits and Web-Enhanced Course Pages and an additional 32 faculty are trained.

3.22 Six Redesigned Gateway Courses are ready to pilot with 800 students. 

3.31 The ACS Director and Data Systems Consultant develop the Early Warning and Student Monitoring System and 20 staff are trained.

3.32 Early Warning and Student Monitoring are linked to Gateway Courses and ready to pilot with 400 students. 

3.41 Four Redesigned Gateway Courses are developed, piloted and operational and 450 students have participated.

3.42 A baseline comparison reveals a 10 percent increase in the percentage of student grades above 2.0 in four Redesigned Gateway Courses.

Year Four: 2013 – 2014
4.1 Increase from 15 to 22 the number of Redesigned Gateway Courses through targeted professional development by 9/30/14. 

4.2 Increase from 55 percent to 65 percent the successful completion of five Redesigned Gateway Courses by 9/30/14 (2006-09 Baseline). 

4.3 Increase from 65 percent to 75 percent the retention of students entering in the Fall 2012 through the integration of a First-Year Experience Seminar by 9/30/14 (2008 Baseline).

Year Four: 2013 - 2014
4.11 Seven Gateway Course Redesign Teams (21 Faculty, Instructional Des. Consultants, E-Learning Specialist) redesign courses with Instructor’s Toolkits and Web-Enhanced Course Pages and an additional 39 faculty are trained.

4.12 Seven Redesigned Gateway Courses are ready to pilot with 850 students. 

4.21 Five Redesigned Gateway Courses are developed, piloted, and operational and 700 students have participated.

4.22 A baseline comparison reveals a 10% percent increase in the percentage of student grades above 2.0 in five Redesigned Gateway Courses. 

4.31 The First-Year Seminar is developed, tested, and operational and 600 students have participated.

4.32 Fall-to-fall retention for the entering class of 2012 has increased 10 percent through participation in the First-Year Experience Seminar.

Year Five: 2014-2015
5.1 Increase from 55 percent to 65 percent successful completion in six Redesigned Gateway Courses by 9/30/15 (2006-09 Baseline). 

5.2 Increase from the 46th to 66th percentile student engagement for Support of Learners for full-time students on the CCSSE through First- Year Experience Seminar by 9/30/15. 

5.3 Increase from the 2nd to 22nd percentile student engagement on Active and Collaborative Learning and Student Effort on the CCSSE through Redesigned Gateway Courses by 9/30/15. 

5.4 Increase from the 7th to 27th percentile student engagement on Academic Challenge and Student/Faculty Interaction on the CCSSE through Redesigned Gateway Courses by 9/30/15.

5.5 Increase from 18 percent to 26 percent the graduation rate of the entering Class of 2012 through the implementation of Integrated Academic Services by 9/30/15 (2008 Baseline).

Year Five: 2014-2015
5.11 Six Redesigned Gateway Courses are developed, piloted, and operational and 800 students have participated.

5.12 A baseline comparison reveals a 10 percent increase in the percentage of student grades above a 2.0 in six Redesigned Gateway Courses.

5.21 Freshman Interest Groups are developed, tested and operational and 500 students have participated.

5.22 First-Year Experience Programs (Comprehensive Orientation; First-Year Experience Seminar; Online FIGS) are developed, tested and operational with 1,800 students participating.

5.23 Student Engagement has increased 20 percentile points on Support for Learners on the CCSSE.

5.31 The Redesigned Gateway Course Pathway is developed, piloted, and operational with 2,500 students participating.

5.32 Student Engagement has increased 20 percentile points on Active and Collaborative Learning and Student Effort on the CCSSE. 

5.41 The Redesigned Gateway Course Pathway is developed, piloted and operational with 2,500 students participating.

5.42 Student Engagement has increased 20 percentile points on Academic Challenge and Student/Faculty Interaction for full-time students. 

5.51 Integrated Academic Services are developed, tested and operational by 9/30/15 and 3,000 students have participated in their combined programs.

5.52 The graduation rate has increased 8 percent for the entering Class of 2012.

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