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  • Title: BSI - Introduction
    Descriptive info: .. CA.. GOV.. |.. Chancellor Home.. Query.. Submission.. Admin.. Workflow Tracking.. Manage Users.. Edit Workflow Email Content.. Review Submitters Comments.. Login.. BSI Project Site.. Contact Us.. Left Column Top.. Left Column Bottom.. Right Column.. Not logged in.. Basic Skills Initiative Effective Practices Database.. Welcome to the Basic Skills Initiative Effective Practices database.. The Basic Skills Initiative (BSI) created the database of professional development and student programs as a part of the English as a Second Language/Basic Skills Professional Development grant funded by the California Chancellor s Office.. This database contains programs, strategies and practices that colleges submitted using two criteria: demonstrated student success and sufficient quantitative and/or qualitative data to substantiate their effectiveness.. You may search the database by a variety of methods, including the Effective Practice described in.. Basic Skills as a Foundation for Success in California Community Colleges,.. as well as college size, student  ...   are effective, please ask that the program be submitted to the database.. For a program, strategy, or practice to be accepted to this database, it must have been in existence for at least two semesters.. This will help us to gather as much information possible to provide faculty, administrators and staff with resources to develop local basic skills programs.. Disclaimer:.. These programs, strategies and practices were evaluated based on completeness of the application and length of time of the program only.. Neither the Chancellor s Office nor the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges endorses the entries.. They are provided only as a resource and to provide contact information so that you can obtain more information.. Continue.. Click here to begin searching records, or click Query tab.. Back to Top.. Help Center.. Terms of Use.. Privacy Statement.. Copyright © 2008 by California Community Colleges System Office..

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  • Title: BSI - Search for Programs, Strategies and Projects
    Descriptive info: Search Records.. Basic Skills Survey: Search The Records.. Order Records By:.. Title.. Institution.. Search By Keyword:.. Example 1: skills students instructors.. Example 2: pilot program.. Search By Institution:.. Type at least 2 letters, CustomSmartSearch will actively match letters to the org name.. Refine your search, for example, type in 'City'.. Type of Program.. Staff Development Program.. Student Success Program.. Search By Credit or Noncredit Program.. Credit.. Noncredit.. Search By Effective Practice(s).. Select Organizational and Administrative Practices.. A1 – Development education is a clearly stated institutional priority.. A2 – A clearly articulated mission based on a shared, overarching philosophy drives the developmental education program.. Clearly specified goals and objectives are established for developmental courses and programs.. A3 – The developmental education program is centralized or is highly coordinated.. A4 – Institutional policies facilitate student completion of necessary developmental coursework as early as possible in the education sequence.. A5 – A comprehensive system of support services exists, and is characterized by a high degree to integration among academic and student support services.. A6 – Faculty who are both knowledgeable and enthusiastic about developmental education are recruited and hired to teach in the program.. A7 – Institutions manage faculty and student expec5tations regarding developmental education.. Select Program Components.. B1 – Orientation, assessment, and placement are mandatory for all new students.. B2 – Regular program evaluations are conducted, results are disseminated widely, and data are used to  ...   ongoing efforts related to institutional goals for the improvement of teaching and learning.. C4 – Staff development opportunities are flexible, varied, and responsive to developmental needs of individual faculty, diverse student populations, and coordinated programs/services.. C5 – Faculty development is clearly connected to intrinsic and extrinsic faculty reward structures.. Select Instructional Practices.. D1 – Sound principles of learning theory are applied in the design and delivery of courses in the developmental program.. D2 – Curricula and practices that have proven to be effective within specific disciplines are employed.. D3 – The developmental education program addresses holistic development of all aspects of the student.. Attention is paid to the social and emotional development of the students as well as to their cognitive growth.. D4 – Culturally Responsive Teaching theory and practices are applied to all aspects of the developmental instructional programs and services.. D5 – A high degree of structure is provided in developmental education courses.. D6 – Developmental education faculty employ a variety of instructional methods to accommodate student diversity.. D7 – Programs align entry/exit skills among levels and link course content to college-level performance requirements.. D8 – Developmental education faculty routinely share instructional strategies.. D9 – Faculty and advisors closely monitor student performance.. D10 – Programs provide comprehensive academic support mechanisms, including the use of trained tutors.. Links to Effective Practices References.. Organizational and Administrative Practices.. Program Components.. Staff Development.. Instructional Practices..

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  • Title: BSI - Login to Access Features
    Descriptive info: Users Login.. Log In.. User Name:.. Password:.. Remember me next time.. Create a New Login Account..

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  • Title: BSI - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Contact Information.. Interested parties can contact us at:.. Academic Senate for California Community Colleges.. 428 J Street, Suite 403.. Sacramento, CA 95814.. Email:.. info@asccc.. org..

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  • Title: BSI - Login to Access Features
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  • Title: BSI - Login to Access Features
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  • Title: BSI - Login to Access Features
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  • Title: BSI - Login to Access Features
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  • Title: BSI - Login to Access Features
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  • Title: BSI - Login to Access Features
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  • Title: BSI - Create User
    Descriptive info: Register.. To submit a program for review and consideration, you will need to register and obtain a user account.. Please provide the following information to begin the registration process.. Name.. The name entered here will be associated with your submissions.. You can also use it as your unique id.. College/Organization.. A community college, educational organization or group..

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