Goal One Presentations

Creating a Superior Student Experience

Student success requires a superior student experience in every step of each student’s journey. Learn more about our accomplishments around:

  • Building on clear and well-defined pathways for students to achieve a degree or transfer
  • Infusing the whole college experience with an inclusive and robust support system
  • Reducing barriers to success by expanding our support for students from diverse backgrounds throughout their journey with FRCC, from connection through completion
  • Promoting superior instruction in the classroom and online that is built on best practices and rigorous assessment and that actively engages students in rigorous yet flexible learning opportunities

Goal One Presentations

 

The Active Learning Institute

A history of the Active Learning Institute.

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The BCC Writing Center Creating A Robust Inclusive Support System for Students

This is a PowerPoint presentation with graphics created by our workstudy students in the Academic Support Center at Boulder County Campus. It showcases the support we provide students for improving their writing skills and the support we provide for faculty.  It includes students' testimonials, showcases the ways we have publicized our services at BCC, and describes the ways in which we have adapted to new technologies.

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Learn more about how FRCC developed multiple measures of placement for students.

View Presentation:  Building Robust Multiple Measures Placement

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Career Success Center Career and Life Skills Development Project

Developed resumes, cover letters, and interview questions for the CTE programs located on the WC campus. Worked with the CACs to develop specific workshops for the CTE areas, beginning with Health Sciences & Wellness, and continuing through the CACs to develop internal resources for students. Developed by Andrea Wieland with Contributors: Jennifer Hamilton and Sara Devine. Designed by Tali Worthington.

View Presentation:  Career Success Center Career and Life Skills Development Project

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Creating Superior Student Experiences through Experiential Course Design

Over the past four years, we've been fortunate to lead such a powerful program called Co-Curricular Learning Experiences or CCLES. Not only have we brought faculty's ideas to life, but also, we've created superior student experiences with a partnership between Student Life and Academics. The results have been telling. When nearly all students have said the experiences have been worth their while, our research shows that these experiences and these educators are making a difference. We invite you to explore any or all of the following slides in any order you choose to learn more about experiential course design, how it works, what we've done, how its impacted instructors and students, and what we've learned along the way.

Introduction to Creating Superior Student Experiences through Experiential Course Design

Videos:
How did the partnership begin? (1:45 minutes)
What is experiential course design? (0:42 minute)
What are examples of experiential course design? (3:30 minutes)
Why design an experience? Hear what instructors have to say. (5:00 minutes)
What do students have to say? (1:20 minutes)
What have we learned? (8:00 minutes)
What does the research say about experiential course design? (1:00 minute)
What do we want to continue? (1:30 minutes)

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Tuesday, November 9

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Highlighting several events created by CRJ students for the larger FRCC community.

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This presentation highlights the efforts of the collegewide Early Childhood Education program to transition courses from using textbooks to using open educational resources.

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Elevating Education

The Campus Stores have always provided the course materials and supplies students need. Now, maybe  more than ever, students are seeking more accessible and more affordable ways to reach their academic goals. The Campus Stores have partnered with Barnes & Noble College to help all students pay less for course materials while still achieving high academic success, contributing to a superior student experience.  

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Over the course of the last 5 years the Graduation office has worked to meet the college's strategic initiatives by ensuring a superior student experience when awarding students' degrees/certificates upon completing of their chosen pathway.  This presentation highlights degrees/certificates awarded and work done to meet the college initiatives.

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Increasing Diversity and Equity Partnership with Pamoja

The JEDI's of the Pamoja Early Childhood Project seeks to increase justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. Partnering with FRCC has provided an opportunity to practice language justice by offering classes in people's first and heart language.

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Check out this informative video from LACD at Boulder County Campus.

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Larimer Campus Scheduling for Completion

This presentation reviews the accomplishments and future goals of the Larimer Campus scheduling initiative, which is focused on providing students with options to build cohesive schedules that support their completion plans.

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The Latinx Excellence, Achievement, and Development Scholars (LEADS) program started as an idea for the President's Innovation grant and it continues today with the 8th cohort. The program has created an environment where students are able to connect with one another through shared experiences and learn more about themselves as leaders. LEADS Alumni have been making a difference in the community and some have returned home to FRCC as full-time staff.

View Presentation:  LEADS Development of Future Latinx Leaders

My Academic Plans: A look at the development of MAPs.

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OER Works in Math

To reduce cost barriers for students and to provide instructors more control over content, Kenneth Monks, Math Instructor at FRCC, embarked in several very substantial OER projects. These are now available to students and the whole world. Explore these OER resources.

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On Time Registration

This displays some of the iterations of our On-time Registration process,  ensuring student experience is at the forefront.

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FRCC Online Learning Instructor Certification and Instructional Support

FRCC Online Learning Student Affairs team shares information about Online New Student Orientation and Online Student Union.

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Online Student Union and Online Orientation

The creation of the Online Student Union and the Online New Student Orientation was a Vision 2020 Goal 1.3 effort to create a superior student experience and ensure that all students start strong at FRCC.

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Sit back, relax, and enjoy a continuous loop slide show of GIS 101 final projects by fourteen Spring 2021 students on the Larimer Campus.  They were told to map out an issue they cared about. The instructor response to the work, "I love what they all came up with."  Each visual has a real feedback quote given when their projects were scored at the end of the semester.

View Presentation:  Real Feedback on GIS 101 Map Final Projects

Reconstructing the Past is a service learning oral history project.

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Supplemental Instruction at FRCC

Under Title III Grant support, Supplemental Instruction was implemented for the Spring 2018 semester simultaneously at each campus including Online Learning. 

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What does the Career Center Do Career Conversations with a Dog

Check out this informative video from the collegewide Career Services Team.

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