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Title: Institutional Core Competencies Workshop


1
Institutional Core Competencies Workshop
  • Dr. Ian R. Haslam Dean
  • Health Sciences and Athletics

2
Overview
  • ACCJC Guidelines
  • League for Innovation in Community Colleges 21
    st C. Learning Outcomes Project
  • World Futures Society Learning for Tomorrow
  • AACU Great Expectations Report Empowered,
    Informed, Responsible
  • Learning outcomes for the Learning Organisation
  • Executive Summary of institutional core
    competencies
  • Delphi Round 1 (from 25 to 10)
  • Delphi Round 2 (from 10 to 5)
  • Ranking top 5 with clicker technology

3
Learning students need for the 21st C?
4
College wide core competencies the context
  • World Futures Society
  • AACU Greater Expectations Report
  • Organizational learning

Student Learning Outcomes
Curriculum
5
The Learning Students Need for the Twenty-First
Century
  • Empowered
  • With the intellectual and practical skills that
    students need are extensive, sophisticated, and
    expanding with the explosion of new technologies.
  • As they progress through grades K-12 and the
    undergraduate years, and at successively more
    challenging levels, students should learn to
  • effectively communicate orally, visually, in
    writing, and in a second language
  • understand and employ quantitative and
    qualitative analysis to solve problems
  • interpret and evaluate information from a variety
    of sources
  • understand and work within complex systems and
    with diverse groups
  • demonstrate intellectual agility and the ability
    to manage change

AACU Greater Expectations Report, Educational
imperatives, for the 21st C
6
The Learning Students Need for the Twenty-First
Century
  • Informed
  • While intellectual and practical skills are
    essential, so is a deeper understanding of the
    world students inherit, as human beings and as
    contributing citizens.
  • Both in school and college, students should have
    sustained opportunities to learn about
  • the human imagination, expression, and the
    products of many cultures
  • the interrelations within and among global and
    cross-cultural communities
  • means of modeling the natural, social, and
    technical worlds
  • the values and histories underlying U.S.
    democracy
  •  

AACU Greater Expectations Report, Educational
imperatives, for the 21st C
7
The Learning Students Need for the Twenty-First
Century
  • Responsible
  • The integrity of a democratic society depends on
    citizens' sense of social responsibility and
    ethical judgment.
  • To develop these qualities, education should
    foster
  • intellectual honesty
  • responsibility for society's moral health and for
    social justice
  • active participation as a citizen of a diverse
    democracy
  • discernment of the ethical consequences of
    decisions and actions
  • deep understanding of one's self and respect for
    the complex identities of others, their
    histories, and their cultures.

AACU Greater Expectations Report, Educational
imperatives, for the 21st C
8
Learning organisations
9
Future skills and the learning organisation
Institutional Learning Outcomes
Responsible
El Camino College as a learning organization
for students faculty and staff
Informed
Empowered
Mental Models
Shared Vision
Systems Thinking
Personal Mastery
Teams
Five disciplines of the learning organisation
10
Sooooo.
  • Institutional learning outcomes/core competencies
    are as important for ECC employees in the future
    as they are for the students we teach!
  • High performance organizations continually work
    toward refinement of employee mental models,
    their personal mastery, use teams effectively,
    work toward a shared vision and develop systems
    thinking skills

11
Workshop activities - College wide core
competencies
  • Review the executive summary of core competencies
    from 10 different institutions
  • Consider the AACU Greater Expectations Report
  • Dont forget the ECC institutional learning
    outcomes
  • As a result of his/her experiences at El Camino
    College
  • Students are productive citizens.
  • Students are equipped to meet the challenges of
    life.
  • Students are prepared for and are competitive in
    the workforce.
  • Students possess critical thinking skills.
  • Students embrace learning and are committed to
    lifelong learning.
  • Students are knowledgeable about local and global
    events.
  • Students appreciate and enjoy the arts and
    humanities.
  • Students improve the quality of their lives.
  • Students improve the lives of others.

12
The Delphi Round 1
  • Review the examples of core competencies
  • Individually around each table select ten
  • Each table average individual responses to reach
    a consensus on top ten core competencies.

13
Results of Round 1
  • Communication
  • Creative, critical and analytical thinking
  • Problem solving
  • Personal responsibility and professional
    development
  • Global awareness
  • Reading
  • Ethics
  • Digital technology skills
  • Personal and interpersonal skills 
  • Lifelong learning

14
The Delphi Round 2
  • Discuss the new list of ten core competencies
  • Individually around each table select your
    preferred five
  • Table coordinator collect all responses and
    average them per table to reach a consensus on
    the top 5.

15
Results of Round 2
  • Communication
  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Personal responsibility
  • Ethics
  • Lifelong learning

16
Ranking the top 5
  • Using the clicker technology rank from one to
    five each of the five or six core competencies
  • Critical and creative thinking 1.78
  • Communication 2.07
  • Personal responsibility 3.10
  • Ethics
    3.82
  • Lifelong learning 4.10
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