Roadmaps to Success
What is Roadmaps to Success?
The Roadmaps to Success Committee has been charged with implementing Guided Pathways initiatives on the Allan Hancock College Campus. Our vision for success in grounded in the four guided pathways pillars which have been identified by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office. The Learning Collective is an integral part of the Ensure Learning pillar.
What is Guided Pathways?
Watch the video "Explaining Guided Pathways" below.
Why Guided Pathways?
If you have big questions about the Guided Pathways movement, Rob Johnstone, Ph.D., has bigger answers. In this short video, Johnstone, founder and president of the National Center for Inquiry and Improvement, speaks with the president of the California Community College Student Senate, Courtney Cooper, about the "why" Guided Pathways is not just about student success rates, but about students themselves.
In addition to defining and explaining the four pillars of the national Guided Pathways movement, Johnstone speaks about the role of demographic data and behavioral economics in crafting localized responses to system wide issues, while also addressing the role that Guided Pathways plays in protecting and promoting justice and social equity on a local and national scale.
Guided Pathways Research and Information
Guided Pathways Demystified
- Exploring Ten Commonly Asked Questions about Implementing Pathways
- Discussion Guide
- Addressing Ten NEW Questions as the Movement Gains Momentum
Completion by Design
- Completion By Design (funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)
- Practical Lessons from Completion by Design Colleges (2016)
- Completion by Design by the RP Group (2011-13)
Community College Research Center (CCRC)
- What We Know About Guided Pathways (March 2015)
- Implementing Guided Pathways: Early Insights from the AACC Pathways Colleges (April 2017)
- What Do Students Think of Guided Pathways (June 2017)
- What We are Learning About Guided Pathways (April 2018)
Roadmaps to Success teams and structure
- Monitor progress on the annual work plan
- Receive reports and approve recommendations from Design Teams
- Draft annual reports and work plan document
Team Members: Erica Biely, Ashley Brackett, Bob Curry, Lainey Campos, Dave Degroot, David Hernandez, Margaret Lau, Larry Manalo, Patrick McGuire, Paul Murphy, Nohemy Ornelas, Carissa Perales, Trevor Passage, Sofia Ramirez-Gelpi, Yvonne Teniente, Juanita Tuan, Nancy Jo Ward, Eric Diaz, Ben Britten, Veronica Sanchez, Liz West, Susie Kopechy
Areas of Interest & Academic Mapping: Research best practices and communicate with faculty and students to determine how
to cluster academic majors/disciplines and align them with careers. Develop four-semester
academic maps for degrees and certificates. Explore software possibilities to integrate
Communications, Outreach, and Professional Development: Serve as the clearinghouse for information about the initiative and promote campus awareness about the campaign. Work with college professional development groups to plan and organize events; liaison with/report to other groups and offices on the status of R2S. Work with the steering committee to help develop the website.
Lead: Ashley Brackett
Team Members: Dave Degroot, Phil Hamer, Christopher McGuinness, Lauren Milbourne, Jenny Schroeder, Christine Espinoza, Wendy Hadley
CTE/Noncredit: Explore pathway possibilities in the areas of career-technical education and noncredit, from high school to college, college to career, and community college to university.
Ensure Learning: Design and promote educational opportunities for faculty and staff centered around instruction and inclusion.
Team Members: Antonio Ramirez, Hector Alvarez, Ana De Gomez de Torres, Sydney Sorenson, Fred Patrick, Lynn Becerra, Cynthia Diaz, Kellye Cohn, Trevor Passage
Innovative and Scheduling Inquiry: Examine alternate program offerings such as weekend college, night and extended campus programs, cohort programs, and block scheduling. Exploration of scheduling software possibilities.
Team Members: Josie Cabanas, Thesa Roepke, John Hood, Jennie Robertson, Ben Britten, Ricardo Lopez, Sean Abel, Jenny Schroeder
Student Success: Explore how to best redesign student services to align with the Areas of Interest that includes implications for modifications to orientation, delivery of career development support and services, increasing comprehensive educational plans, and examining integration with instruction.
Team Members: Erin Krier, Dan Clardy, Dayanna Zepeda De Rosas, David Hernandez, Erica Biely, Trevor
Passage, Cynthia Diaz, Elaine Healy, Loren Bradbury, Mary Patrick, Jose Alvarez, Pat
Mcguire, Margaret Lau, Raquel Orozco