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Networked for Change emphasizes how natural and human systems of connection encourage resilience and evolution. The NROC Network of members is a powerful force for change, unified by a commitment to honor and support all learners. Throughout the 2017 NROC Member Meeting, we look forward to considering how our community is leveraging NROC courses and tools to improve student success.




Innovation Alley: Highlighting Lessons Learned from Member Experiences

Posters on display in Mezzanine Level Lobby throughout the Member Meeting.




Get ready for Ncamp! What do you want to learn about? What are you willing to share about? Suggest topics and vote for what you want to attend on the Dotstorming app: bit.ly/NCamp2017




   

 

Sunday, March 26

12:00 – 8:00

Hotel Lobby

Registration Open


1:00 – 5:00

Los Angeles

Pre-Conference Workshop: Gaining Momentum with EdReady

(Click here for presentation)

Pre-Registration Required

4:00 - 4:45

Santa Monica

First-Timer Welcome Session

5:30 - 7:00

Salon 209

NROC Champions Meet & Greet

Everyone Welcome!

 





Monday, March 27

7:00 – 8:15

10th Floor, Ferrante’s Bayview

Breakfast


7:30 – 8:30

10th Floor, Ferrante’s Bayview

Registration

8:30noon


8:30 - 9:30

San Carlos 1 and 2

Welcome & Opening Activity


NROC Updates 2017, Gary Lopez

9:30 - 10:30

San Carlos 1 and 2

Panel Discussion: Networked for Change

Moderator: Ahrash Bissell, NROC


Panelists:

Joyce Hinkson, Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN)

Beth Kabes, Nebraska ESU Coordinating Council

Hae Okimoto, University of Hawai'i

Cynthia Wilson, League for Innovation

10:45 - 11:30

Breakout Sessions

(Complete session descriptions are available on the Whova app.)

Getting Started with NROC: Getting Started with NROC Math, Dani Pedrotti, NROC     (Click here for slide presentation)
    NROC English: Credit Recovery & Tier 1/2 Interventions with NROC English, Emily Andersen, Mountain Heights Academy     (Click here for slide presentation)
      NROC Math & EdReady: Integrating EdReady for Specialized Programs, Jason Nieffer, Montana Digital Academy     (Click here for slide presentation)
        EdReady: Math Support EdReady's Role in College & Career Readiness to Support a State Initiative, Dawn Nordine, Wisconsin Virtual School          (Click here for slide presentation)

          11:45 – 12:45

          10th Floor, Ferrante’s Bayview

          Lunch

          1:00 – 5:00


          1:00 - 1:45

          Breakout Sessions

          (Complete session descriptions are available on the Whova app.)


          Getting Started with NROC: Getting Started with NROC English, Angie Smajstrla, NROC      (Click here for slide presentation) (Click here for English Scope and Sequence)

          NROC English: NROC English in High School as a College Readiness Tool, Donna Butler, Owensboro Community and Technical College      (Click here for slide presentation)

          NROC Math & EdReady: Using EdReady to Integrate Math into CTE Courses, Shelby Jansen, Wichita Area Technical College      (Click here for slide presentation) (Click here for Google site referenced in presentation)

          Gaining Momentum with NROC Goal Setting: Educational Needs Meet NROC, Bob Currie and Ryan Schrenk, Montana Digital Academy; Jessica Everton, NROC
              
           (Click here for slide presentation)

          2:00 - 2:45


          Breakout Sessions

          (Complete session descriptions are available on the Whova app.)


          Getting Started with NROC: Getting Started with EdReady, Ben Jacobs, NROC
               (Click here for slide presentation)

          NROC English: Integrating NROC English into Student Success Course, Carrie Kirk, Jacksonville State University
               (Click here for slide presentation)

          EdReady: Math Support Math Remediation for Incoming Freshmen, Hongde Hu and Alysia Goyer, California State University - Monterey Bay
               (Click here for slide presentation)

          Gaining Momentum with NROC: Launching New Use Cases, Bob Currie and Ryan Schrenk, Montana Digital Academy; Jessica Everton, NROC           (Click here for slide presentation)

          3:00 - 3:45


          Breakout Sessions

          (Complete session descriptions are available on the Whova app.)


          Getting Started with NROC: Getting Started with HippoCampus, Beth Pickett, NROC      (Click here for slide presentation)

          NROC English: Early EdReady English Preview Sites: Invitation Only, Lynn Skorniak and Jess Everton, NROC       (Live presentation, no slides available)

          NROC Math & EdReady Classroom Support: EdReady in 5th & 6th Grades, Sharon Dublin, South Carolina Department of Education      (Click here for slide presentation)

          EdReady: Math Support EdReady as Low Stakes Placement Alternative, Jan Case and Courtney Peppers-Owen, Jacksonville State University      (Click here for slide presentation)

          Gaining Momentum with NROC: Spreading the Word: Montana's Ambassador Program, Ryan Schrenk, Montana Digital Academy           (Click here for slide presentation)

          4:00 - 5:00

          San Carlos 1 and 2

          Student Voices: Facing Change & Opportunity

          Moderator: Myk Garn, University System of Georgia


          Haley Simmons, California State University - Monterey Bay

          Ruby Ramos Godoy, California State University - Monterey Bay

          Carlos Holguin, Graduate of College of Southern Nevada

          Miyuki Jin, Student at Torrance Adult School

          Errol McDowell, Student at Carmel High School


          5:30 – 7:00

          10th Floor, Ferrante’s Bayview

          Celebration! Hospitality and Networking Reception | Ambassador Awards


          NROC Ambassador of the Year - Penny Pearson, Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN), CA

          NROC Contributing Team of the Year - The University of Hawaii System

          NROC Pioneer Award - Scott Beckett, Jacksonville State University


          Dinner On Your Own. Enjoy Downtown Monterey!



           Sunday, March 26     Monday, March 27  Tuesday, March 28  Wednesday, March 29 File Archive


          Tuesday, March 28

          7:30 – 8:45

          10th Floor, Ferrante’s Bayview

          Breakfast

          8:45 – noon


          9:00 - 10:00

          San Carlos 1 and 2

          Keynote: No Greater Odds, The Power of Student Stories James R. McCoy, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, College of Southern Nevada and Co-Creator and Executive Producer of the acclaimed documentary No Greater Odds Charlene S. Gibson, Department of Communication and Faculty Leader for Achieving the Dream, College of Southern Nevada, and Co-Creator and Associate Producer of No Greater Odds Keynote Video

          10:15 - 11:00

          Breakout Sessions

          (Complete session descriptions are available on the Whova app.)

            Getting Started with NROC: What's New and Coming Across Products, Brian Rowlett and Ahrash Bissell, NROC
                 (Click here for slide presentation)

            NROC English: Fully Online for Self-Study, Daniel Metz, CCCOnline
                 (Click here for slide presentation)

            NROC Math & EdReady: Adaptive Learning Accelerates College Developmental Algebra, Courtney Peppers-Owen, Mary Reagan, Kalie Bible, Jacksonville State University
                 (Click here for slide presentation)

            EdReady Math Support: EdReady for ACT Prep and Algebra 1, Leslie Snow, St. Paul Public Schools
                 (Click here for slide presentation) (Click here for FAQ about St. Paul Public Schools Program)

            Gaining Momentum with NROC: Collecting Data and Influencing Stakeholders, Gary Lopez, NROC and Jan Case, Jacksonville State University
                
             (Click here for slide presentation)

            11:15 - 12:00

            Breakout Sessions

            (Complete session descriptions are available on the Whova app.)

              Getting Started with NROC: Network Support and Resources, Bryan Arvison and Ben Jacobs, NROC
                   (Click here for slide presentation)

              NROC English: A Closer Look at EdReady English, Jessica Everton and Ahrash Bissell, NROC
                    (Click here for handout)

              NROC Math & EdReady: Accelerated Algebra, Courtney Peppers-Owen, Mary Reagan, Kalie Bible, Jacksonville State University
                   (Click here for slide presentation)

              EdReady: Math Support Scalable, Self-Serve Math Support in Student Resource Center, Michelle Strong, Candis Shupe, and Kim Jensen, Western Governors University
                   (Click here for slide presentation)

              Gaining Momentum with NROC: Grant Writing & Cooperative Partnerships to Help Scale, Gary Lopez, NROC
                  
               (Click here for slide presentation)

              12:00 – 1:30

              San Carlos 1 and 2

              Boxed Lunch

              Viewing of No Greater Odds, followed by Group Discussion

              View trailer here

              1:45 – 4:30


              1:45 - 2:30

              Ferrante's Bayview


              NCamp Round 1: Roundtable Discussions

              See what topics were submitted in the DotStorming app.


              EdReady Montana: Celebrating Our Users, Jason Leonard, Montana Digital Academy

              Use of NROC English and Math for SAILS, Judy Lowe, Chattanooga State Community College

              EdReady for Adult Learners, Tina Hite, New Mexico Adult Education

              Using EdReady to Boost Math Placement and Student Accountability, Darlery Franco, Hudson County Community College

              Available Resources on the NROC Network, Marci Abraham, NROC

              HippoCampus English Playlists, Carrie Kirk, Jacksonville State University

              2:45 - 3:30

              Ferrante's Bayview


              NCamp Round 2: Roundtable Discussions

              See what topics were submitted in the DotStorming app.


              EdReady Montana: Using a Website to Help Manage Your Implementation, Ryan Schrenk, EdReady Montana

              Pilot of EdReady for College Placement, Judy Lowe, Chattanooga State Community College

              Co-Req Use of EdReady, Jason Burke, Community College of Denver

              Welders on EdReady, Penny Pearson, Outreach and Technical Assistance Network

              NROC Ambassadors, Terri Rowenhorst, NROC

              Partnerships Between High Schools and Community Colleges, DeDe Griffith and Julie Weaber, Lee College

              3:45 - 4:30


              San Carlos 1 and 2


              Interactive Session: Action Planning Jam

              (Click here for presentation)


              Closing Comments from Gary Lopez, Executive Director / CEO


              Congratulations to Door Prize Winners at NROC 2017:

               

              Free Registration for NROC 2018:

              Tasha Williams,  Leeward Community College (HI)

              Tim Popel, Golden Hills Learning Academy (AB)

               

              Free Registration for Lifebound Coaching in Denver, June 2017: 

              Barbara McShane, County College of Morris (NJ)

              Tina Hite, NM Adult Education

               

              Free Registration for Global MindED Conference, June 2017:

              Tonya Da Silva, Passaic Co CC (NJ)

              Emily Andersen, Mountain Heights Academy (UT)

               

              Free Registration at the conference of your choice:

              Martha Redondo, Mercer County CC (NJ)

              Ryan Schrenk, EdReady Montana



              Dinner On Your Own  (Monterey Farmer’s Market Day)






              Wednesday, March 29 Post-Conference Special Interest Group Meetings

              (Open to all)

              7:30 – 9:00

              Mezzanine Foyer

              Continental Breakfast (For Special Interest Group Attendees)

              9:00 – 11:00

              Los Angeles

              Post-Conference Special Interest Group Meetings (Open to All)


              Competency-Based Education

              Myk Garn, University System of Georgia

              Candis Shupe, Western Governors University

              Michelle Strong, Western Governors University

              San Diego

              EdReady Inventories for Management and Placement

              Gary Lopez, NROC

              Beth Kabes, Nebraska ESU Coordinating Council

              John McKee, University of Hawai'i Maui College

              Santa Barbara

              Strategies and Programs for Reaching Underserved Students: First Generation, At-Risk

              Jon Fila, Intermediate District 287

              Francisco Hernandez, H&H Consultants

              San Francisco

              Open for meetings

              Santa Monica

              Open for meetings




               Sunday, March 26     Monday, March 27  Tuesday, March 28  Wednesday, March 29 File Archive