Spring 2022 Conference
When: April 22, 2022, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
UPDATE -- Registration is now closed. Please email Christina Carrillo, Academic Policy Officer and Advocate, at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
We are asking attendees to register for our first all-virtual Faculty-to-Faculty conference no later than COB Wednesday, April 20, 2022. This will enable us to prepare breakout rooms accordingly. We encourage faculty to register by COB Friday, April 15, 2022, to receive materials a week in advance of the conference. Please note registrations between April 15 and April 20 will still be honored; however, those attendees may not receive conference materials that are not posted here in advance. Please register using this link. Attendees will receive a confirmation email and a personalized Zoom link upon registration. We are hosting four separate tracks for this conference:
AP African American Studies
Biology Statewide Transfer Agreement
Industry Certifications and Postsecondary Pathways
International Baccalaureate Mathematics
- Biology Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement
- Biology -- Proposed Changes
- Colorado - AP African American Studies course alignment - March 2022
- International Baccalaureate Exam Credit and Cut Score Table
- Revised International Baccalaureate Mathematics Courses
- Revised International Baccalaureate Mathematics Content
- GT-MA1 Competencies
- GT-MA1 Content Criteria
- AP AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
- Review the curriculum for the future Advanced Placement course in African American Studies and determine alignment with the content and competencies of one of more categories in GT Pathways;
- Explore opportunities to develop advanced collegiate studies opportunities for students who complete the AP African American Studies course;
- Advise on the potential addition of a multicultural/social justice course requirement to GT Pathways
- Continue efforts to “Revisit, Revise, and Renew” the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement in Biology to improves its Simplicity, Transparency, and Portability;
- Consider separate agreements for students pursuing 1) health/medical/cellular major/concentrations; 2) field/environmental/general biology majors/concentrations; 3) other majors/concentrations as deemed viable and beneficial to students;
- Discuss development of a genetics course that better aligns with pathways
- INDUSTRY CERTIFICATIONS
- Review recommendations from CCCS faculty for transferable course credit awards for select industry certification in computer science and technology;
- Affirm alignment with GT Pathways or courses in a Statewide Degree Transfer Agreement if merited;
- Advise on how industry certifications might be incorporated as a learning opportunity within degree pathways
- Review the revised International Baccalaureate Maths curriculum to 1) affirm alignment of revised courses with GT-MA1; 2) affirm/determine MA1 institutional course equivalencies for IB exam scores of 4; 3) affirm/determine institutional course credit awards for IB exam scores of 5, 6, and 7
Who should attend this conference?
- AP AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES FACULTY
- BIOLOGY FACULTY AND ACADEMIC ADVISORS
- INDUSTRY CERTIFICATIONS
- MATHEMATICS FACULTY AND ACADEMIC ADVISORS
- GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM COORDINATORS AND SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS
Fall 2020 Conference
After careful consideration and consultation with faculty and other institutional representatives, the Academic Affairs team has decided to cancel the Fall 2020 Faculty-to-Faculty conference that was originally scheduled for Friday, October 23. CDHE staff are developing a schedule to facilitate the continued work of faculty groups that began revising their Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreements/Degrees with Designation during the 2019-2020 academic year. Department staff will reach out to those faculty groups in the coming weeks to schedule virtual meetings, which will be tentatively scheduled for Friday mornings, starting in mid-October. Once this schedule is finalized, it will be posted here.
Spring 2020 Conference
When: 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m., Friday, Feb. 21, 2019
Where: Pikes Peak Community College – Centennial Campus
5675 S. Academy Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Registration is now closed
- Conference Agenda
- Campus Map for Pikes Peak Community College, Centennial Campus.
- Memo to Academic Council about the STAA Review Process
- Anthropology STAA
- Communication STAA
- Criminal Justice STAA
- Economics STAA
- Geography STAA
- Geology STAA
- Philosophy STAA
- Sociology STAA
- DwD Curriculum Worksheet
- CCCS Master Course List Septemebr - 2019
- OER Handout
- Math Pathways Presentation
- “Revisit, Revise, and Renew” existing Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreements (STAAs) in selected disciplines/program areas to improve their Simplicity, Transparency, and Portability.
- Affirm the content knowledge and competencies associated with the bachelor’s degree and ensure that the collection of courses in the STAAs best prepare students for success in upper-division study and in the field upon graduation.
- Identify potential obstacles to more frequent use of STAAs and recommend course changes and other strategies for overcoming these obstacles.
- Strengthen collaborative and collegial relationships among faculty from different institutions, particularly between two-year and four-year institutions.
- Continue efforts to develop a Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement in engineering.
Who Should Attend This Conference?
- Four-year university faculty who teach or develop curriculum for degree programs in Anthropology, Communications, Criminal Justice, Economics, Elementary Education, Engineering, Geography, Geology, Philosophy, and Sociology.
- Two-year college faculty who teach or advise students interested in pursuing bachelor’s degrees and careers in Anthropology, Communications, Criminal Justice, Economics, Elementary Education, Engineering, Geography, Geology, Philosophy, and Sociology.
- Academic administrators who are engaged in program development, curriculum design, and transfer initiatives related to one of the listed areas.
- Academic advisors, transfer coordinators, and others deeply familiar with the use of STAAs by faculty, current and prospective students, families, and high school counselors.