Student Pathways Starting Point • Student’s experience Chabot as classes, majors, and communities Goals • Overall Goal: – Build communities for students with common interests and educational goals. Communities will bridge academic services, student services, and co-curricular activities. Student Pathway Formation • We tentatively mapped degrees & certificates to nine pathways: – – – – – – – – – Performing and Visual Arts Business Administrative Technical Communication & Design Social & Public Services CTE – Technical/Mechanical Health Sciences Language Arts/Social Sciences/Humanities STEM Basic Skills A year-long discussion • We will begin this conversation today. • It will continue during our fall and spring Flex days. Goals • For today: – Define characteristics of students in the pathway – Identify desired skill sets, knowledge, and competencies achieved at the completion of a program • Future (looking across courses): – How do you know what they know? – What are the best ways to teach them what you want them to know? – How else can we support learning? Surprise! • You may be in a pathway meeting that isn’t YOUR area—you may have been selected to represent a specific course within a program that is offered by another discipline/division • This is an opportunity to share across disciplines about course and program expectations as well as pedagogical practices.