2017 Days of Dialogue (DoD)

The Days of Dialogue (DoD) are usually scheduled on the third Thursday of each month. The intent of these sessions is to dialogue and receive feedback about important student success topics, such as: student outcomes, student equity, academic quality, institutional effectiveness, and continuous improvement of student learning and achievement.
Everyone is invited to attend! Come join us.

Below you may find information and reports for all 2017 DoD’s sessions:

November 16, 2017 – Active Shooter Drill and Panel

Presentation and handouts:
  • Presentation: A panel of experienced individuals talked about their experience with active shooter incidents.  These were the topics areas to be delivered:
  • LA Bcon course

~  Capt. Ray Bottenfield, presenting the events of the Santa Monica shooting on June 8, 2013, how first responder action was coordinated between agencies such as law enforcement, fire, and medical.
~  FBI Agent Scott Winrow, presenting how the FBI studies, monitors, and passes along intelligence to other law enforcement agencies to prevent deadly terrorist and “lone wolf” incidents.
~  Dr. Sigrid Burruss, emergency physician, presenting “Stop the Bleed”, a program intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives

October 19, 2017 – California Community Colleges Guided Pathways Plan & Pacts

Presentation and handouts:

September 21, 2017 – California Guided Pathways Initiative & PACTS – Focus onthe Student Experience

Presentation and handouts:
  • Presentation: California Guided Pathways Initiative & PACTS – Focus on the Student Experience
  • Objectives: •Provide overview of statewide Guided Pathways Initiative and its alignment with PACTS •Obtain feedback from students on pathway progress •Identify opportunities to increase student engagement in pathways
  • Activities: Participants discussed the dialogue and responded to the Student Voices & Engagement Focus Question. They recorded their responses and identified the 3 top responses for each question to report out.

July 20, 2017 – Integrating Planning @ LATTC

Presentation and handouts: 
  • Presentation: Integrating Planning @ LATTC: Equity, Basic Skills & SSSP – Aligning State Plans and College Strategic Educational Master Plan
  • Handouts: Handouts
  • Objectives: Provide Overview of Student Success Committee Charge & Monitoring of Equity/Basic Skills/SSSP Plans ~ Provide update on progress on Equity/Basic Skills/SSSP Plan ~ Provide input to Required Integrated State Plan and Align with LATTC Strategic Educational Master Plan in development.
  • Activities: Participants reviewed the Equity/SSSP/Basic Skills goals assigned and corresponding data and responded the following questions: Did we move the needle? How are we progressing on the planned activities? Are we on target to meet the goal(s) by 2020? What suggestions or recommendations do you have for the plan update?

May 18, 2017 – LATTC Educational Master Plan (Continued). 

Presentation and handouts: 
  • Presentation: LATTC Education Master Plan (Continued)
  • Objectives: •  Review Educational Policies Committee Progress on LATTC Educational Master Plan Strategic Initiatives and Milestones • Identify metrics to evaluate Educational Master Plan • Review and Outline Next Steps in the Planning Process.
  • Activities: Participants engaged in 3 activities, where each table identified short and long term milestones in Advance student learning and achievement in Pathways, Establishing and strengthening connections to community, business, labor, and employers to improve economic opportunities, along with providing and expanding professional development opportunities to support Pathway innovation and student achievement.

April 20, 2017 – LATTC Educational Master Plan. 

Presentation and handouts: 
  • Presentation: LATTC Educational Master Plan
  • Objectives: •Provide update to Mission Statement. • Provide overview of the Educational
    Policies Committee’s work-to-date on Educational Master Plan. • Obtain feedback and input on the
    Educational Master Plan Strategic Initiatives with timeline.
  • Activities: Participants engaged in 3 activities, where each table identified 1 short term (1-2 years) and 1 long term (3-5 years) milestone for each Strategic Initiative.

March 16, 2017 – LACCD Strategic Plan

Presentation and handouts:
  • Presentation: LACCD Strategic Plan
  • Objectives: •To describe the planning process for the new District Strategic Plan. • To review the existing District Strategic Plan. • To gain input for inclusion in the new District Strategic Plan.

February 16, 2017 – LATTC K-12 Partnerships

Presentation and handouts:
  • Presentation: LATTC K-12 Partnerships
  • Objectives: •Provide Update of Enrollment Status & K-12 Enrollments @ LATTC. •Share current K-12 strategies and initiatives. •Engage faculty and staff in the expansion and strengthening of K-12 partnerships given PACTS & growth opportunities.

January 19, 2017 – LATTC Enrollment

Presentation and handouts:
  • Presentation: LATTC Enrollment
  • Objectives: •Empower staff with information needed to assist students. •To share updates on LATTC spring enrollment data. •Outline advertising strategies to address enrollment growth targets.
  • Results:
    • Survey results: N/A