* 1. Do you represent a K-12 school or a College?

* 2. The following question is only for those who attended “The Santa Ana College Story "
Please rate Thursday’s visit to Santa Ana College:

* 3. The following question is only for those who attended Thursday's Dual Enrollment Coaching.
Please rate your session:

* 4. Please rate Friday’s opening session as a whole:

* 5. Please rate the opening session speaker Honorary, CCEMC Legislator of the Year:
Assemblymember Jose Medina ,61st Assembly District:

* 6. Please rate the opening session Guest Speaker: Joel Vargas, Vice President, School & Learning Designs, Jobs for the Future

* 7. Please rate Friday’s lunch session and Student Voices:

The next few questions deal with the quality of the dual- enrollment workshops that were held on Friday. Please rate only the workshops you attended.
Session 1:  9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

* 8. Early College High Schools:  A Movement in Motion
Joel Vargas, Vice President, School and Learning Designs, Jobs for the Future

* 9. District Culture Change:  Barriers to Promoting Dual Enrollment in Multiple High Schools
Dr. Matthew Wetstein, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Instruction, San Joaquin Delta College
Martha Villarreal, Dean of Regional & distance Education, San Joaquin Delta College

* 10. Moving a Dual Enrollment Program from Implementation to Sustainability
Dr. Carole Goldsmith, President, Fresno City College
Bob Nelson, Interim Superintendent, Fresno Unified School District
Tressa Overstreet, Principal, Design Science Middle College High School

* 11. Nuts and bolts of beginning a Dual Enrollment Pathway
Dr. Michelle Priest, Dean, Math, Science & Health Sciences, Santa Ana College
Alicia Kruizenga, Dean, Student Services, Santa Ana College
Ed Winchester, Director, Secondary Education, Executive Director, Secondary Education, Santa Ana Unified School District

* 12. Use of “Intrusive” Counseling Services for Dual Enrollment
Mark De'Asis, Dean of Admissions & Records, Norco College
Sarah Ragusa, Ed. Services Administrative Director, Corona-Norco Unified School District
Erin Spurbeck, Counselor, Norco College
Daniel Landin, Educational Advisor, Norco College
Erin Cole, Student Advisor, John F. Kennedy Middle College High School

* 13. An Overview of Program Requirements of Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Programs
Carolyn Hamilton, Ph.D, Education Programs Consultant, California Department of Education

Session 2: 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

* 14. Dual Enrollment Success:  Learn How to Help 1st Generation College Students Earn Significant College Credit
James Espinoza, Principal, Middle College High School, San Bernardino City Unified School District
Susan Gasca, San Bernardino Valley College Program Counselor
Linda Etzel, MCHS AVID Coordinator
Marissa Austin MCHS Counselor AVID Teacher

* 15. Supporting Off-Track & Struggling Students through Dual Enrollment & Early College
Brenda Forsse, Interim Dean of Students, Gateway College and Career Academy
Kathleen Bywater, Coordinator, ELL Program and College Articulation, Gateway College and Career Academy

* 16. Using AVID to Support ECHS and College Success
Robert Gira, Executive Vice-President, AVID Center
Eileen Friou, Senior Director, Learning Programs and Products, AVID Center
Dr. Jill Zimmerman, Dean of Student Life and Services, Antelope Valley College

* 17. Equity, Access & Dual Enrollment: The Get Focused…Stay Focused!® Program
Diane Hollems, Co-founder, Get Focused…Stay Focused!®

* 18. Strategies, Ideas and Pitfalls to Avoid when Starting an Early/Middle College High School
Erin Craig, Ed.D., Executive Director, Unity Middle College High School

* 19. Conley’s Four Keys of College & Career Readiness
Sonia Flores, Principal Dr. TJ Owens Gilroy Early College Academy

* 20. A Coaching Model for Partnerships in Dual Enrollment
April Moore, Ed.D. Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services, Escondido Union High School District
Maureen Sinclair, Project Director, CCPT Grant; Norco College

Session 3: 1:50 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

* 21. College/Career Indicator: Dual Enrollment in the California’s New Accountability Model April Moore, Ed. D Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services, Escondido Union High School District

* 22. Dual Enrollment Success:  Learn How to Help 1st Generation College Students Earn Significant College Credit
James Espinoza, Principal, Middle College High School, San Bernardino City Unified School District
Susan Gasca, San Bernardino Valley College Program Counselor
Linda Etzel, MCHS AVID Coordinator
Marissa Austin MCHS Counselor AVID Teacher

* 23. Supporting Off-Track & Struggling Students through Dual Enrollment & Early College
Brenda Forsse, Interim Dean of Students, Gateway College and Career Academy
Kathleen Bywater, Coordinator, ELL Program and College Articulation, Gateway College and Career Academy

* 24. Using AVID to Support ECHS and College Success
Robert Gira, Executive Vice-President, AVID Center
Eileen Friou, Senior Director, Learning Programs and Products, AVID Center
Dr. Jill Zimmerman, Dean of Student Life and Services, Antelope Valley College


* 25. Equity, Access & Dual Enrollment: The Get Focused…Stay Focused!® Program
Diane Hollems, Co-founder, Get Focused…Stay Focused!®

* 26. Strategies, Ideas and Pitfalls to Avoid when Starting an Early/Middle College High School
Erin Craig, Ed.D., Executive Director, Unity Middle College High School

* 27. Early College High Schools:  A Movement in Motion
Joel Vargas, Vice President, School and Learning Designs, Jobs for the Future

Session 4: 3:15 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

* 28. Moving a Dual Enrollment Program from Implementation to Sustainability
Dr. Carole Goldsmith, President Fresno City College
Bob Nelson, Interim Superintendent Fresno Unified School District
Tressa Overstreet, Principal Design Science Middle College High School

* 29. Nuts and bolts of beginning a Dual Enrollment Pathway
Dr. Michelle Priest, Dean, Math, Science & Health Sciences, Santa Ana College
Alicia Kruizenga, Dean, Student Services, Santa Ana College
Ed Winchester, Director, Secondary Education, Executive Director, Secondary Education, Santa Ana Unified School District

* 30. Use of “Intrusive” Counseling Services for Dual Enrollment
Mark De'Asis, Dean of Admissions & Records, Norco College
Sarah Ragusa, Ed. Services Administrative Director, Corona-Norco Unified School District
Erin Spurbeck, Counselor, Norco College
Daniel Landin, Educational Advisor, Norco College
Erin Cole, Student Advisor, John F. Kennedy Middle College High School

* 31. An Overview of Program Requirements of Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Programs
Carolyn Hamilton, Ph.D, Education Programs Consultant, California Department of Education

* 32. California STRS/PERS Pension
Elizabeth Espinoza, Administrative Principal, Foresters Financial

* 33. Please indicate how, and if, the CCEMC Dual Enrollment Conference met your professional development needs. We would like to know where we were strong and where we need to improve. Thank you.

* 34. Please indicate the areas/topics that you believe that CCEMC should address at the next Dual Enrollment Conference

* 37. How might California Coalition of Early and Middle Colleges assist you with dual enrollment?

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