SCWI Reporting, Approval & Monitoring Process Report for 2024-2025
This SCWI accountability document provides information for regional planning teams regarding the SCWI Reporting Website for completing the Interim Report, Dual Credit Student Data Report and SCWI Final Report; Approval Process for Contract Changes; Process for Requesting New Dual Credit Course Code(s); Process for Monitoring Activities/Forums; and sample forms.
In addition to reporting done through EDCS, RPTs are required to complete supplementary reporting on SWAC, Adult Dual Credit, and Level 1 Transition Support programs. This reporting is to be done using the templates below. Completed forms are to be submitted by email to David Armstrong.
This August 2022 online event brought together Regional Planning Team representatives from across the province. Session recordings can be accessed here, along with PowerPoint presentations, meeting notes, and handouts.
SCWI Activity Monitoring Report 2020-2021 Executive Summary, November 2021
This executive summary is a brief report of the 2020-2021 regional planning team activity/forum monitoring conducted by the SCWI Liaison Team Members. The report includes a list of the activities and forums monitored as well as a provincial overview of their effectiveness.
Our second online Summer Institute provided opportunities for both new and experienced Regional Planning Team Members. Sharing successful practices and opportunities to reconnect were highlights of the event. In this section, you will find the presentations, recordings and resources that were shared. Items specific to EDCS can be found on the EDCS webpage.
How do Dual Credits for Specialist High Skills Majors students support the goals of the SCWI?
This question was the focus for two webinars. The first highlights the intersections between these two Student Success initiatives. The second webinar featured guest speakers who shared their experiences with these programs.
How do we continue to achieve the SCWI/IJECT goals through Activities now that many are moving online? This sharing session connected participants with other RPT members in order to focus specifically on planning and delivering Activities online during the 2020-21 school year. The recording, Power Point presentation, background information along with notes from the session are available.
RPTs have taken on the challenge of developing and delivering high-quality SCWI Activities -- ones that further the goals of the initiative, and that are being delivered online. These sessions will highlight online Activities delivered or planned for the 2021-22 and 2020-21 school years. Recordings of the webinars, along with the PowerPoint presentations, notes and a backgrounders are available.
Dual Credit Programs for Students in Secure Custody Webinar, 2022
Although there are few Dual Credit programs for students in secure custody, this webinar provided an opportunity to bring together those people who are involved in these programs or who are considering offering a new program. This session was recorded. A backgrounder which includes information on the current programs, the webinar notes and Power Point presentation are available for download.
This was our first online Summer Institute which served both new and experienced Regional Planning Team Members. Presentations by RPTs on their shift to online delivery and meetings were a highlight of the event. In this section, you will find the presentations, recordings and resources that were shared. Items specific to EDCS can be found on the EDCS webpage.
A report listing each RPT’s approved activities/forums including a brief overview, date, location, time and contact person. RPT’s are encouraged to refer to this resource to explore activities or forums that may be of interest to them.
Updated: October 2022
Updates will occur throughout the year as more detailed information becomes available.
This session brought together educators and administrators involved in the delivery of Adult Dual Credit programs. Along with a link to the recording of this webinar, and the PowerPoint, you will find the SCWI ADC Backgrounder and Notes from the session.
Adult Dual Credit Pilot Programs were launched in Semester 1, 2017-18. Here you will find resources presented at the Enhancing Adult Dual Credit Pilot Programs Regional Forums held in Spring 2018.
In order to support the implementation of the Adult Dual Credit (ADC) pilots, SCWI has developed a document that brings together Ministry of Education policies and procedures. This document will be of assistance in recording and transcripting ADCs and dual credit teacher funding depending on the delivery approach (college delivered or team-taught). Added November 2018.
Teacher and student learning packages resources have been developed to enhance the knowledge and confidence of Level 1 Carpentry, Culinary Arts and Motive Power dual credit apprentices in identified mathematical areas (measurement, fractions, decimals and geometry). These resources were developed by the Nipissing Parry Sound RPT and field tested by Canadore college staff with students.
These resources focus on a practical and hands-on approach to learning and reflect the real-world mathematical demands facing apprentices.
Mental Health Input from RPTs on Resources, Strategies and Programs
The purpose of this document is to provide information and sample practices on mental health resources, strategies and programs used by RPTs. The agenda for a RPT Mental Health Pilot Workshop conducted by RPTs 5, 7 and 14 is also included.
This document includes the various options for SCWI and non-SCWI Level 1 programs. RPTs, working with their boards’ OYAP coordinators, should consider the wide range of options in order to determine which options are appropriate and will be available to their students. This document includes details on each of the SCWI Level 1 dual credit options including notes on student eligibility and funding.
College Advisor Wrap Around SWAC and Wrap Around Adult Dual Credit Resources 2022-23
Materials to support the delivery of both Wrap Around School Within a College (SWAC) and Wrap Around Adult Dual Credits (ADC) will be useful for both college advisors and Regional Planning Team members. Wrap Around was formerly known as "After ADC" and "After SWAC".
Included here are descriptions, reporting templates and prior results.
Also included here are the resources (PowerPoints, recordings, and Chat Notes) from 2022-2023 College Advisor Webinars for review or for those college advisors and others not able to attend the webinars.
Previous webinar resources can be found in the SCWI website archives.
SCWI Recommends Criminal Reference Checks for College Staff Providing Instruction at Secondary Schools
Memo: Friday, May 13, 2016
In the document below the SCWI committee on Criminal Record Checks has released its recommendations to RPTs regarding important procedural changes. For all college instructors providing dual credit courses at secondary school locations, RPT's are strongly advised to implement Ontario Regulation 521/01 effective September 1, 2016. Please read the document attached carefully.
In order to support First Nations, Métis and Inuit board leads, the School-College-Work Initiative (SCWI) has partnered with the Student Achievement Division and the Indigenous Education Office of the Ministry of Education. The power point presentation that was shared at this webinar on June 14, 2017 is available for download.
The College Registrars, Admissions and Liaison Officers (CRALO) have developed this statement regarding how dual credits are considered in the college application process and how students receive recognition for their dual credits once they finish secondary school and start a college program.
Scheduling Dual Credit Programs this year is likely more challenging than in previous years with the wider range of ways students are learning. This webinar provided an opportunity to discuss RPTs’ scheduling strategies, successes and areas needing focus. The recording and resources are available.