SUCCESS FACTORS
Theme: Culture of Achievement
Organization Level: Classroom
Critical elements: Faculty in the institution believe that preparing all students for their next level of education or job is an essential and attainable goal. The mindset is central to establishing this system-wide mission. In classrooms, faculty strive to create an environment that creates success for all students, regardless of academic level of entry.
Practice: Collaborate to provide a supportive culture where all students can advance to the next level.

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CriteriaLess Effective PracticesDeveloping Success FactorsCollege Readiness and Success
Instructional Expectations

Faculty is unclear as to the academic mission or what students need to learn from each course in order to successfully accomplish goals.

Faculty communicates the academic mission daily, tying lesson objectives to skills and content needed for success in course sequences.

Faculty communicates the academic mission daily, tying lesson objectives to skills and content needed for success in course sequences, as well as for transfer or occupational pathways.

Collaboration

Faculty works in isolation with few opportunities to share ideas or observe one anothers instructional strategies.

Faculty has periodic opportunities to participate in collaborative activities where they can learn from one another.

Faculty participates in structured opportunities to learn from each other, observe each other in teaching, and support each other in implementing revisions to curriculum and pedagogy.







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