In 2018, Coastline’s Cross-Functional Steering Work Group defined our Guided Pathways efforts as the following:
Coastline Pathways is an equity-based mindset and practice to facilitate student success.
We have formed a cross-functional steering workgroup, and launched seven cross-functional workgroups in order to implement Guided Pathways at Coastline. Three additional groups will be launched in phase two.
Our currently formed cross-functional work groups are:
- Program Mapping & Learning Communities
- Student Financial Stability & Holistic Wellness
- Student Academic Persistence
- Career Exploration
- Professional Development
- Internal Communication & Engagement (Core team)
Our Phase 2 workgroups are:
- Student Outreach and Recruitment
- Student Success, Recognition, and Post-graduation Engagement
- Website Redesign & Marketing
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What is the "Guided Pathways Model"?
Guided Pathways is an integrated, institution-wide approach to student success. The Guided Pathways model is intentionally designed to provide clear, coherent, and structured educational experiences for students. The components of Guided Pathways are designed with the intention to lead each student effectively and efficiently from entry into the College to the attainment of high-quality postsecondary credentials leading to careers with value in the labor market.
The four components of Guided Pathways include:
Clarifying the path focuses on simplifying students’ choices with effective program maps developed by faculty to provide students a clear pathway to complete their educational goals.
Entering the path helps students explore academic and career options from the beginning of their college experience and aligns foundational skills coursework with a student’s program of study.
Staying on the path utilizes academic and student support services throughout students’ programs to promote student learning and persistence.
Ensuring students are learning focuses on the continuous assessment and enhancement of programs, instructional practices, and student support services which promotes innovation, excellence, and effectiveness throughout the college.
|Aug. 27, 2017||A2I2 Meeting 1: All College Meeting focused on Guided Pathways|
|Sep. 28, 2017||IEPI Guided Pathways Self-Assessment Workshop|
|Oct. 6, 2017||Webinar: Best Practices for College Engagement in Guided Pathways|
|Nov. 15, 2017||Submit College Self-Assessment|
|Nov. 21, 2017||A2I2 Meeting 2: College-wide Guided Pathways Focus Groups|
|Nov. 22, 2017||A2I2 Meeting 2: Guided Pathways Planning Discussion|
|Dec. 1, 2017||IEPI Guided Pathways Visit|
|Feb. 8, 2018||Webinar: Designing Student-Centered Pathways that Scale|
|Mar. 13, 2018||Enter Work Group: 3/13 9-11am Military conference room Chair: Bruce Keeler|
|Mar. 15, 2018||Clarify Work Group: Thursday 3/15 3-4pm, Chair: Joycelyn Groot|
|Feb. 20, 2018||IEPI Guided Pathways Work Plan Workshop|
|Mar. 20, 3018||Succeed Work Group: 3/20 11:00am Chair: Josh Levenshus|
|Mar. 20, 2018||Definition Work Group 3/20 8am-9:00am Chair: Vince|
|Mar. 21, 2018||3/21 A2I2 Visit 9-4pm|
|Mar. 21, 2018||A2I2 Meeting 3: Visioning for the College|
|Mar. 22, 2018||Pathways Steering Committee 3/22 3-5pm 4th Floor Conference Room: Steering Committee Report out from Clarify-Enter-Persist-Succeed|
|Mar. 30, 2018||Submit College Work Plan|
|May 8, 2018||A2I2 Meeting 4|
|Oct. 5, 2018||A2I2 Meeting 5|
|TBD||Persist Work Group: TBD Chair: Stephen Barnes|