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Holly - CAEP TAP
01:01
I can hear you.
alejandrajuarez3
01:26
I too can hear you
Jodi Loeffler
01:26
I can hear you!
CAEP TAP
03:26
Thanks for letting me know you can hear me!
Holly
05:46
yes
Connie Pekedis
05:50
HI Neil
Tammy Cadwell
05:56
Hello
Karima Feldhus
06:23
Hello, everyone.
MaryAnn
06:56
That's right, Neil, no virus will keep us away from you and CFAD!!
nkelly
07:01
Hi everyone - we'll start soon
nkelly
07:20
The CFAD kind of sounds like a virus
Jodi Loeffler
07:37
Hahaha!
Shemila Johnson
07:40
lol
Tammy Cadwell
07:44
hahaha!
MaryAnn
08:40
Tru dat, CFAD also doesn't go away with antibiotics!
John Cordova
12:12
Neil this is John Cordova. I can do my report out and then allow you to have your meeting continue to commence.
Jay
14:06
webinar was yesterday
Jay
14:22
another is scheduled Tuesday at 1pm
Jay
14:52
a TE related webinar Thursday at 1
Jay
15:35
OTAN webinar on this topic Tuesday 4/7 at 1
Janeth Manjarrez
15:35
Jay, can you send us the information to register to the webinar please?
Neda Anasseri
15:59
Register here: https://www.caadultedtraining.org/
Jay
16:05
thanks
alejandrajuarez3
16:28
many of my K12 schools are closed and will possibly close through May or possibly through the year
Randy Cook
16:51
is there an OTAN listserve? CASAS?
JoDee Slyter
16:52
Biggest challenge for reporting is the key staff NOT being permitted to work during closure.
jbarrett
17:27
Have you heard any word about how to serve jails and account for that? The only option we have right now is with packets since there is no internet access.
CBerdiansky
17:35
Santa Clara County schools are closed until May 4
Kristen Arps
17:37
Would be helpful to get authorization from CDE for adult schools to continue regardless of what their districts are doing with secondary
Jodi Loeffler
18:30
Neil, Our county jail closed classes during this period
nancy
18:31
Sonoma County schools closed through 5/1
Kristi Blackburn
18:43
agree with Kristin! Essential service!
Beth Cutter
18:59
Alameda County schools dismissed until May 1 - but many of us are doing distance learning
Karima Feldhus
19:25
Saddleback College moved all classes and services to online. We are all allowed to work from home, including classified staff.
Kelly Henwood
19:42
I have one suggestion tha came up on a regional AEFLA meeting about COAPPs - and can we do the proctoring online?
CACE
19:45
Most schools are just trying to connect with students. At this point, attendance could be an issue
Michelle Grimes-Hillman
20:44
LBCC campus closed and our noncredit that can be moved to remote instruction are completely remote instruction
Jay
22:01
CASAS is investigating the issue of administering coaap assessments remotely.
Lorena Martin
22:27
Thanks Jay...please keep us posted!
alejandrajuarez3
22:39
If a member wishes to give part of their funds to another member will it require 100% member approval?
Jay
23:04
for now coaaps cannot be administered remotely but we are looking into it-
Jodi Loeffler
23:23
We are not taking attendance while closed-district directive
Janeth Manjarrez
23:24
CFAD: if the information is the same s last year then we can submit as is?
ilsepollet
24:00
Any efforts underway to make a strong case for adult ed as part of the solution to economic recovery? CCAE/leg week? Other?
Kelly Henwood
24:17
we also had a question at the regional AEFL meeting about the possibility of using TE to send email and text messages to students - similar to how they do the followup survey - But can we send specific school customized TE messagaes to students?
Michelle Grimes-Hillman
24:19
We are not having a public meeting by May 2 to approve CFAD, is this going to be a problem? We did discuss it at our last meeting but not “approved.” No changes to the previous split of $$$
alejandrajuarez3
24:26
Yes. Thank you.
Sherri Watkins
24:28
We noted in our last two meetings regarding the CFAD was due in May. Do we need to have formal (zoom) meeting in order for our members to vote on it? Or can they just approve it in NOVA and that will be the approval process?
Kelly Henwood
25:35
are you anticipating that the COLA is likely to go away?
bharp
25:40
Would foregoing COLA be an acceptable choice (colleges deferring it to adult schools) under the leg proviso "choosing not to provide a service"?
Janeth Manjarrez
26:33
CFAD: Can a member share funds with another member to fully spent even though the original members is still offering adult ed program?
Tammy Cadwell
26:59
We received funding in January for July - December and we're waiting on January payment in a couple of weeks. Will the rest of the payments be delayed as well?
Emma Diaz
27:24
Neil, do you see any issues with fiscal agents receiving the remainder of the funds for this fiscal year? There are 4 more, do you think there will be any delays?
Janeth Manjarrez
27:26
PUBLIC/VIRTUAL MEETINGS: Neil, can I email you directly about this?
Sherri Watkins
28:43
Thanks
Kristen Arps
29:01
We are still having public meetings via Zoom - send notification out to our mailing list and post on our website and anyone can join the Zoom meeting or call in. We still have a Public Comments portion. It's a little hard to facilitate but not too bad.
MaryAnn
29:20
Brown Act does have rules for conference call public meetings that are easy to follow and preserve integrity such as roll call for each member to cast their vote. I also posted the Governor's Executive Order relaxing Brown Act on our webiste in case anyone objected to a virtual metitng and vote
Janeth Manjarrez
29:36
Public/VirtualMeetings: We are having our Executive Committee meetings remotely for voting, but how about the workgroup meetings that were scheduled on a montlhly basis for us
Kristen Arps
30:09
@MaryAnn - that's a great idea to post the current Brown Act info on the website
Thatcher Weldon
30:41
Has there been any consideration to how to leverage AEP funds during this pandemic to support Adult Ed students, beyond what is already in place. Specifically, can we use funds to help individuals who have lost their employment and help them stay afloat (i.e. case by case student support services)?
MaryAnn
30:45
@Kristen -- and the Executive Order too that supports our decision to go virtual for now
Thatcher Weldon
30:57
Is there additional technology funding available that could be used to purchase Chrome Books so we can make a full transition to Web-based learning via Google classroom or Zoom? Students without computers can then participate from home? Are there best practices for supporting our students who don’t have computers at home?
Shemila Johnson
31:38
will spend down dates remain the same given the pandemic? or will there be an extension?
Peggy Raun-Linde
32:30
regarding Jay comment ☝️ If we are unable to complete all Co-apps by the end of year, does that mean we just lose payment points? How is money going to be divided given that?
MaryAnn
33:49
@Thatcher you may want to connect with yourWorkforce Board. Governor press release will be going out today (maybe Monday) and we all got emergency funds to help workers affected including up to $3,000 in supportive services to each. Depends on what your WDB requested and is doiing wth the $$
MaryAnn
34:14
Supportive sevices can pay for rent, food, utilities, etc.
Jodi Loeffler
34:27
Neil, Is there any consideration to pushing back Perkins grant or IECLE application, given we are all out of school? Could these applications be proxied over until next year?
Kristen Arps
34:33
For community colleges, work with your foundation to see if there are ways to provide student support
Jay
35:12
Sorry Peggy but the question specific to payment points $$$ is better for the CDE-
nancy
35:13
Also check with local community based organizations, many of whom have emergency funds to serve at risk populations
Peggy Raun-Linde
36:01
thanks Jay
John Cordova
36:52
This is John Cordova Statewide Director Health Workforce Initiative to speak about the PPE inventory.
John Cordova
36:54
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15tiL4vNghW31JEqwJ01oosBp7kqXh03PKTdf4MOmYfc/edit#gid=762087544
Jodi Loeffler
38:05
Thanks Neil!
Janeth Manjarrez
38:42
FISCAL ALLOWABLE: can we purchase technologic equipment for student under CAEP funds?
Carol Hirota
39:25
Thank you CAEP Team for hosting this meeting.
Kristen Arps
39:56
For medical course inventory - should we include ROP courses?
CAEP TAP
40:01
From Kelly Henwood: when is AE week?
nkelly
40:12
Kristen - yes
CAEP TAP
40:23
From Kelly Henwood: what are people doing in terms of technology access for students since we ar eonline?
nkelly
40:26
Kelly - 3rd week of April
CAEP TAP
40:45
From Kelly Henwood: any ideas if CDE might extend spend outs for AEFLA past 6/30?
nkelly
40:45
April 20
nkelly
40:56
No idea sorry
Ryan Whetstone
41:00
John is that 13,000 people in California or nationwide?
Sharon Travers
41:13
Where to find the portal?
Kelly Henwood
41:32
any ideas if CDE might extend spend outs for AEFLA past 6/30?
Ryan Whetstone
41:43
thank you.
Ed Schmalzel
41:45
Adult Ed Week is April 20-24
Kelly Henwood
41:46
what are people doing in terms of technology access for students since we are moved to online?
nkelly
42:14
TAP can follow up Kely
Steve Curiel
42:17
What if our K-12 districts are already doing the inventory
Kelly Henwood
42:22
when is AE week?
Kristen Arps
42:24
Can you please confirm - even students who have NOT completed their clinical hours are eligible for some of those jobs?
Ed Schmalzel
42:46
AE week is April 20-24
Peggy Raun-Linde
43:03
where can students find the portal for jobs?
Kristen Arps
44:44
Will this include Community Health Workers/Promotoras, even if there is not an industry-recognized certificate?
Pam Garramone
44:48
Our district already did a medical inventory and distributed equipment out to our local hospital.
Thatcher Weldon
44:50
We have online software for ESL and HSD, but are there resources for CTE programs?
Karen Malkiewicz
45:03
Any ideas regarding NCCT exams that require a proctor? We have group ready to test, but we are not sure about our options.
Shemila Johnson
45:49
can you repeat the first line of folks thery're looking for?
Shemila Johnson
45:56
CNA, LVN and what else?
bharp
46:12
Do we have any sense about when CDE/CASAS/CAEP will give direction about attendance, record keeping, now that schools are physically closed down and shifting to online delivery?
Euline Olinger
46:36
RNs and Respiratory therapists (workers)
Priscilla Lopez
46:49
RN, CNA, LVN
Karen Malkiewicz
47:33
NCCT for allied health care certifications
Jay
47:52
we did a webinar that covered these issues yesterday, and a repeat is scheduled Tuesday at 1pm
Karen Malkiewicz
48:15
Yes
Sara Garcia-Salgado
48:42
@bharp. Attend the webinar regarding Distance Learning. See Jay’s message. You can find the registration on OTAN website
Neda Anasseri
48:43
Jay will go over assessments (pre/post/ELCivics) in detail on the 3/31 webinar - register here: https://www.caadultedtraining.org/OTAN/2390
Sharon Padavick
48:44
National Center for Competency Testing NCCT for Medical personnel
bharp
51:00
Any progress on reducing HS graduation requirements for this year? CDE and CCCCO?
Rachelle Modena
51:27
A question came into me via a Member wanting to confirm that they could continue to pay their adult ed instructor during the stay at home order using CAEP funds.
Kristen Arps
53:57
Thank you for everything you have been posting on the CAEP website in terms of updates during the COVID19 crisis - please continue to post as much as you can on policies/guidance (there is so much out there, it is helpful to have it all in one place)
Sue Gilmore
54:05
The problem with distance leaning in K-12 is that it needs to be negotiated with the teachers union...
Kristen Arps
54:40
Specifically CDE and CCCCO guidance
bharp
55:00
Sue, isn't the same question for K-12 teachers too? Seems like "check with your local districts' policy (including labor discussions)"?
Neda Anasseri
55:02
OTAN COVID19 page: https://otan.us/resources/covid-19-field-support/
Ryan Whetstone
55:02
Neil is there a deadline for the CDE Adult Ed Emergency Situation Survey –is there a deadline and can they share the results of that ?
Sue Gilmore
55:19
yes local
Ryan Whetstone
56:16
Copy that.
Kelly Henwood
56:20
what is the survey again?
Ed Schmalzel
56:31
Huge kudos to OTAN and the digital learning academy. Thankfully our CTE instructors were already on Moodle.
Janeth Manjarrez
56:47
EXPENDITURES: Any guidance on hiring personnel with CAEP funds and now being postpone because of COVID-19? it is related to having an impact on our current expenditures deadline?
nancy
57:02
Neil,
Kelly Henwood
57:22
this is a random funding allowability question. Would reimbursing instructional faculty and staff for increased broadband capacity for online learning be allowable (if the district allows)
eileen.stear
57:24
Thanks Veronica, that was easy:)
Jodi Loeffler
57:36
We are using google classroom for students that can stay engaged
Lisa Gonzalves
57:39
Can you define "online"? If you are teaching students who only have cell phones and no emails but are using text-based lessons, does that count?
Janeth Manjarrez
57:44
THANKS VERONICA :)
MR
57:56
I don’t see the survey
nancy
58:03
It would be great to hear about best practices is alternative instructional delivery methods from our peers. Perhaps this could be done in regional webinars if 100 or more people on a webinar is too unruly.
Emma Diaz
58:04
Some people don’t see the survey
Peggy Raun-Linde
58:05
survey is a little button at the top
MR
58:24
I’m on a computer but can’t see the survey
Branka Marceta
58:28
This COVID-19 page was updated on March 17, 2020 on CDE Web site -> https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/he/hn/distancelearning.asp
Peggy Raun-Linde
58:30
I’m on an ipad and i see it via a little button at top
Emma Diaz
58:46
I answered …
Lorena Martin
59:16
Our adult school teachers also use Remind to communicate with students and send out assignments.
Peggy Raun-Linde
59:39
@lisagonzalves it counts if they are doing what everyone else is doing (my understanding)
LClausen
59:47
Question 1 - Should option, not sure as a planning meeting is I process?
bharp
59:55
Neil and team, thanks for your responsiveness. It's a huge question about how to shift quickly, reach out and connect to students, deliver what our students need and want (not just continued instruction). Sharing what is productive, what other programs are doing successfully.. will be helpful. But you know that..
Kelly Henwood
01:00:42
Does anyone have examples of surveys that they have done with students?
nancy
01:00:47
our faculty union does not allow administration to dictate the delivery method for instruction, so there are many ways that non face to face instruction is taking place
Kristen Arps
01:00:51
We just started a regional Digital Learning PLC to share best practices, develop effective strategies, etc. It's definitely easier on a smaller scale. But state-level PD would be very helpful, too. Thanks, Neil.
Neda Anasseri
01:01:14
Yes! Recordings and handouts are on the COVID19 page https://otan.us/resources/covid-19-field-support/ Schd. For future webinars posted Monday’s on OTAN homepage: https://otan.us/
JoDee Slyter
01:01:35
Another significant factor to consider with DL is that if your student population is made up of mainly parents, their own academic time for learning may be limited.
paulrosenbloom
01:02:02
We’ve talked about the K12 Student Success Program Area as an area to lean in to at this time given that many adult ed students may be at home teaching kids.
Shannon Eller
01:03:13
@paulrosenbloom - we are in discussion about that also... I'd be interested to hear more
Miguel
01:03:15
Hello COE is requesting a letter or email from CAEP acknowledging approval of on-line programs that are measured in hours to meet state licensures. Is this the right forum?
Euline Olinger
01:03:59
check out the free-access ck12.org for online resources and creating online classes for k-12 and college as well--translated in spanish as well
Holly
01:04:13
Miguel - can you please send that information via email to tap@calaladulted.org. I think that would be the best way to get it answered.
eileen.stear
01:04:13
Jodee, perhaps you can fall under parents with school age students...
nancy
01:04:44
CTE online is another good resource for lesson plans and trying to get lab based coursework online.
Miguel
01:04:46
Thank you.
Ryan Whetstone
01:04:59
It would be great if you could get CDE online with this meeting for comments on that side of the house.
Amy Campbell
01:05:03
Are all GED centers also closed?
JoDee Slyter
01:05:22
Amy, yes
Amy Campbell
01:05:41
Where JoDee?
Jodi Loeffler
01:05:51
Our GED test site at Bakersfield Adult School is closed along with our district closure
CAEP TAP
01:05:52
CAEP TAP will send an email with all resources, webinar recording links and presentations, and more.
Denise Cabanilla
01:05:59
What other methods of delivery besides online?
Thatcher Weldon
01:06:03
Will there be leg action day information sessions via zoom similar to in person sessions before?
Emma Diaz
01:06:09
Thank you very much Veronica and Neil!
CAEP TAP
01:06:11
Please contact CAEP TAP with questions regarding distance learning and we will work with OTAN to facilitate resources.
Sherri Watkins
01:06:12
How did you get the Golden Gate photo for your background?
Natalia Moessner
01:06:14
According to Pearson some GED test centers might be open
JoDee Slyter
01:06:16
Amy Yes they are all closed.
Neda Anasseri
01:06:18
@Amy I have a question in to GED re GED testing - only heard back from HiSET. HiSET closed for now.
Karima Feldhus
01:06:19
We use Google Survey with students.
nancy
01:06:33
Send an email to nmiller@santarosa.edu and I will send you our student technology survey
Ryan Whetstone
01:06:38
& CDE..
Karima Feldhus
01:06:54
Neil, thank you for this informative meeting. Thanks for everyone asking and sharing using the Chat.
Amy Campbell
01:06:59
sorry I misread and thought you meant yes some were open. Please keep us posted if any start to open even with small numbers.
Jodi Loeffler
01:07:00
Thank you!!
Thatcher Weldon
01:07:10
Thank you Neil and Veronica. Great information.
Tammy Cadwell
01:07:13
Thank you!
Kristen Arps
01:07:14
Thank you so much!!
Maria De Leon
01:07:15
Thank you!
Susie Passeggi
01:07:15
Thanks Neil!
Kelly Henwood
01:07:20
thank you all! stay well!
alejandrajuarez3
01:07:20
Thank you all
nancy
01:07:22
Thank you everyone
ilsepollet
01:07:23
Thank you! Be well, everyone.
Martha
01:07:23
THANK YOU!!
Rachelle Modena
01:07:26
Do this again next week!
Denise Cabanilla
01:07:31
Thank you, Neil!
Sharon Travers
01:07:32
Thanks, Neil!
Sharon Padavick
01:07:33
Thank you Neil and Veronica.
Peggy Raun-Linde
01:07:37
Thanks, Neil et al!
Lori Schultz: McFarland USD
01:07:37
Thank you!
MaryAnn
01:07:43
Thanks Neil and Veronica!!
Shannon Eller
01:07:44
Thanks so much!
Ed Schmalzel
01:07:46
best part of the day, thank you!
Ryan Whetstone
01:07:50
Thanks Neil and Veronica!
Liz O'Shea-West
01:07:57
Thank you!
Pam Garramone
01:08:05
Thank you Neil
Jessica Sanchez
01:08:05
Sounds good. Thank you.
Karima Feldhus
01:08:10
Thanks, Veronica.
eileen.stear
01:08:18
Thank you Neil, Veronica and Holly. It was so nice to be in a room with other people!
Sherri Watkins
01:08:43
Thank you@
Jodi Loeffler
01:09:08
Yes that would be great! The otan webinars:) thank you!
CACE
01:09:16
Thank you!