Health Education Department - Faculty & Staff Resources
Health Education Department - Faculty & Staff Resources
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Instructional Information - link
Department Information - link
CCSF Information - link
Forms - link
Resources - link
As of Spring 2020, students do not need add codes. After the first day of class, students will need to go to web4 to "request to add" and the instructor will need to go review and approve the student within 24 hours.
Admissions and Records Faculty Resources - Link
- Instructional Calendars - Link
- Health Education ESL Learners Contact - Carrie Priestley - email@example.com
- ESL Department Information - Link
- ESL Center for Language and Academic Development (CLAD) - Link
The CLAD center offers ESL students three different support services: individual tutoring, workshops, and computer programs for language-learning. All services are drop-in.
For Single Day Absence
Spring & Fall
Email student workers to post up a sign. Please complete this form (Faculty Absence Notice) and include it in the email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Evening / Weekend Class & Other Campuses
If you are calling in sick for an evening or weekend class, or a class that is not offered on the Ocean campus, please refer to the numbers that you should have for Evening and Site Supervision. They will also post an announcement on your classroom door.
Site Supervisors (Evening & Sat):
- Ocean campus: Andrew Hom (M, T, & Sat) and Jerry Dear (W & Th) | 239-3584
- Mission Center: Elba Balderramos | MTWRF 5pm - 9pm | 920-6011
Please call “The Absence Line” at 239-3232. The Office of Instruction will post a notice on your classroom board, along with any simple instructions that you may have for your class, such as a homework assignment.
- Upon your return, please be sure to complete a Faculty Absence Report form and submit to Beth for signature.
Substitute Policies & Forms
- Health Education Research and Citing Library - Link
- Health Education Libraian Liason | Julian Prentice - email@example.com
Load Calculator - http://www.ccsf.edu/Offices/Scheduling_Office/fte.htm
- Give your office hours to students and to the front desk staff in MU 353 to post. You may also post your office hours on your employee directory: http://www.ccsf.edu/ccsf/en/employee-services/employee-directory.html
- At the end of the semester, fill out the “Instructionally Related Time Report” and submit it to Shirlene Kwan, firstname.lastname@example.org or mailbox in MU 353. (This is for Health Education Faculty only. For all other departments, please contact your department chair)
- You can be reimbursed for up to 15 office hours per semester:
CREDIT Classes with FTE:
from up to 0.20, max. payout is 4 hours.
from 0.21 to 0.39, max. payout is 8 hours.
from 0.40 to 0.60, max. payout is 15 hours.
Please note that faculty who received temporary FT upgrade will not be eligible for office hour pay.
Please submit a digital copy of the syllabus for each course (each separate course, not for each section of the same course) for the each semester:
- Health Education Credit: https://tinyurl.com/ccsfhlthsyllabus
- Health Education Noncredit: https://tinyurl.com/ccsfnchlthsyllabus
No log-in is required. This is for Health Education Faculty only.
For other departments, please contact your department chair.
Please contact Shirlene if you need assistance with uploading your syllabus.
- Making a great syllabus - Link
Faculty & Staff Resources
Online Teaching Resources - Link
For Health Education Short-term courses and lab courses:
To better prepare ourselves for future audits, please use the PARS Attendance Record Template for each short-term or lab section. Please upload the PARS or email Shirlene at the end of your short-term and/or lab courses.
Upload your Health Education PARS to: https://tinyurl.com/ccsfhlthPARS
- ConferZoom - http://conferzoom.org/
- Responding to Student Writing - Link
- Instructional and Classroom Supplies Locations
- Frequently used forms - Cabinet next to large conference room
- Laptops and Projectors - Cabinet outside the Kitchen
- Supplies - Cabinet ouside 351 and in the storage room
- Videos and DVDs - Cabinet ouside 351
- Shared Resources - Link
- Turnitin - Link
- Web4 Online Grading Instructions - Link
Dept Attendance Policy:
The following attendance policy was developed and presented in the Fall 2013 semester and we have piloted this for the general education classes as the classes in the certificate programs have a separate attendance policy based on the professional standards in the field.
Take the unit load and multiply it by 3 to come up with the maximum number of hours that a student can miss, after that, the student can be dropped. For example, for a 3-unit class, a student would be able to miss 9 hours of class. For a 3-unit class that meets two times per week, that equals a total of 6 classes. For a 2- unit class that equals 6 hours of class (2 x 3 =6), or 6 class meetings for a 2-unit class that meets two times per week. That’s the maximum amount a student can miss. After that, an instructor can drop the student. For classes that are only 1 unit or .5 units, an instructor can require a student be there the entire class or miss 3 hours from a 1-unit class and 1.5 hours from a half-unit class maximum. Three tardies equal 1 absence.
Also, please note that the faculty handbook distinguishes between excused and unexcused absences and so should we (see below):
From the faculty handbook: Student Attendance (page 87)
Students are expected to attend classes regularly and punctually unless extenuating circumstances exist. “Extenuating circumstances” are verified cases of accidents, illness, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student. During the first week of each semester, instructors shall give students a written statement of the number and type of allowable absences that are within departmental guidelines and are based on the objectives and nature of the particular course. Students’ excessive unexcused tardiness is considered equivalent to absence. If a student exceeds the allowable number of unexcused absences, the instructor can remove the student from the class roll within certain dates as specified in the Calendar of Instruction in the College Catalog (also see Grading Policy, starting on page 85 of this handbook). A student who is absent from a class for any reason is responsible for the content covered during the absence and should check with the instructor for a make-up policy (refer to page 86 for Grading Policy for Incomplete and W grades.)
The CCSF Faculty Handbook can be found at:
CTE Class Participation and Absence Policy
CTE Attendance Policy
All Career and Technical Education (CTE) Certificate Programs in the Health Education Department have a strict policy regarding class participation and attendance. This policy has been developed in partnership with Community Advisory Boards and are in accordance with college policy. The goal is to ensure that students attend required class sessions and are well-prepared to provide quality direct services in professional settings.
Class time is especially valuable in CTE classes, providing a vital opportunity for students to practice and refine skills with input from peers and faculty. Because absence adversely impact students’ ability to participate in class, students who miss class also lose class participation points. We strongly encourage you to attend all class sessions on time in order to promote your learning and prepare you to provide quality services and respond to challenges that will inevitably arise when working with clients. We understand that unavoidable emergencies occur and prevent students from coming to class. At the same time, students need to have sufficient class time to learn the skills they will need for work in the field.
For each in-person course, students can miss no more than three hours of class time for each course unit, with two of those hours documented excused absences. Students who miss more than the maximum hours permitted may be withdrawn (dropped) from the course. This includes missed classes and arriving more than 15 minutes late to class or leaving more than 15 minutes early (time out of class will count towards this participation and absence policy).
· For a half-unit (.5) course, students can miss no more than 90 minutes total of class, with a documented excuse for 60 of the 90 minutes.
· For a one-unit class (1), students can miss no more than three hours total of class, with a documented excuse for two of those hours.
· For a two-unit class (2), students can miss no more than six hours of class, with a documented excuse for four of those hours.
· For a three-unit class (3), students can miss no more than nine hours of class time, with a documented excuse for six of those hours.
Number of Units in Class
Maximum Total class time missed
Total time with Documented Excuse
Total unexcused time
In other words, of the total time students can miss class without being dropped, 2/3 of the missed class must be documented excused absences. Excused absences include documented emergencies and unavoidable conflicts with class sessions, such as a severe illness, court date, immigration hearing or similar situation.
For hybrid classes, participation and absence policies will be pro-rated or linked to the number of hours that students are required to be in class (versus studying online) and clearly stated in each course syllabus.
Please monitor your class participation and attendance closely to ensure that you did not exceed the maximum number of hours that can be missed. If you are unable to attend class, please email your instructor and – if relevant - check the online Canvas course website to keep up with the curriculum and assignments. If you have questions about this policy, please talk with your instructor as soon as possible.
Community Advisory Board (CAB) Meetings
- Submit CAB Dates
- Upload CAB Minutes
- CAB Meeting Perkins Funding - Contact Cece Jones - email@example.com
> After meeting, submit required documents to Cece at Box C30 or hand deliver to C404:
- Original store/catering receipts (no more than $18/person)
- Copy of Agenda
- Sign-in Sheet
- Core Indicator Reports - https://misweb.cccco.edu/perkins/main.aspx
- CCSF Contacts:
- Bianca Nunez - Employment Specialist; Internship Placement
Support; Healthcare MOU Agreements
Hadden - Work Experience Data
firstname.lastname@example.org | 415-452-7045
- Katie Mills - SWP Data
email@example.com | 415-550-4493
Please remember all copy usage should be for departmental use only.
If you have large copy jobs that needs to be done quickly (i.e. syllabus that was not done by the duplicating department on time), here are a few options Ocean campus:
- Science Building 224
- Cloud Hall 352
- Batmale 108
- Arts Building (2nd Floor)
Science building has the best functioning copier with staple functions. Cloud Hall has one new copier that has a stapleless staple option.
Please remember, if you submitted a copy job to duplicating services, you can follow up with Anita Yee to check on the status. If you submitted a copy job via email and want to cancel, please follow up with an email or phone call to cancel the job.
The process for making copies is as follows:
1. Make small copy jobs yourself with
the new copier in the Health Education Department's Kitchen.
2. Send larger requests (syllabus, applications, handouts, etc) directly to Duplication Services in Batmale at least a week in advance (or earlier). You can email your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Send smaller requests (one or two page copies) directly to student workers by emailing email@example.com and include your copy code. Please send these requests at least 24 hours in advance (or earlier). While we do our best, due to staffing and technology constraints, we cannot guarantee that we will always be able to process last minute requests for copies.
The copier located in the kitchen is for limited copies only. Please use the Duplicating Center locate on the 1st floor of Batmale Hall for most of your copy jobs. They request copy jobs to be submitted with at least one week lead time. The department copier is not designed for large volume use. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you send your copying needs to the Duplicating Services on campus in advance. Please remember to log out after every use by clicking the "door" button.
- Build Your Office Emergency Supply Kit - Link
- Build Your Home Emergency Supply Kit - Link
- Emergency Procedures - Link
- CCSF 911 App - How to setup in the App | Download the Free App: Apple App | Andriod App
- Health Education Department Emergency Supply Locations
- - Front Desk Cabinet near Office 351
- Link Center in front desk drawer
- Health and Safety Information for Students - Link
- Faculty Travel form: http://www.ccsf.edu/dam/Organizational_Assets/Department/dbo/Form01_revised.pdf
- The faculty members must attach:
- A copy of the organization's brochure/advertisement/program with a brief description of the activity/conference/workshop/seminar/class. This may be a printout from a website or an email
copy of a registration form showing fees and dates for the
activity. The form does not have to be filled out. (If the reg
form is hidden inside the brochure described above, I suggest
making a separate copy just to be safe.)
- Put into Beth's box for signatures. Beth will send it to
Frederick Teti. Fred's box is L254, my office is Batmale Hall L760,
and telephone number is 415-239-3357.
- After the activity is completed, the faculty member then fills out an Expense Report in accordance with the DBO’s rules (e.g., original receipts whenever possible).
Travel to states that won't get approved for travel reimbursements include: Alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas (https://oag.ca.gov/ab1887)
Out of State Travel - Please submit any out-of-state travel requests to Beth at least 3 months ahead of time so we can get through the signature process prior to your travel date. Out-of-state travel requires the VC signature as well as board approval. This process can take up to 2 months. Out-of-state travel will not be reimbursed if the board has not approved the travel prior to the date.
Upload your FERPA Certificate: https://www.dropbox.com/request/6MvtlHLyNpaa7wYbpbwd
There is an interactive online course with quizzes, provided by the Dept of Education, that your staff can take. It takes approximately 40 minutes. Upon completion of the course, your staff will be presented with a Certificate of Completion (copies should be given to you and myself). Here is the link and instructions:
- Click on the blue link, labeled “Here” to access the course.
- Click Register as new user.
- Enter information. Organizational Affiliation is Postsecondary Institution.
- Click Start for FERPA FOR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
- Allow approximately 40 minutes for the online course.
- Upon completion of the course, print out a copy of the certificate and provide a copy to your supervisor and send a copy to me.
- Go to: Web4 > Faculty > Flex Report
- Flex Day Presentations
Fall 2019 Midterm Flex Day Documents
- Submit your guest speaker information here: https://goo.gl/forms/2FfoJ3tBo0r2BacD3
- Supplies Requests
Send email to Shirlene Kwan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Accreditation - Link
Buildings & Grounds - Link
Computer Help Desk - Link
CurricUNet - Link
Forms Directory -
Commonly used forms and descriptions - See Guide
Frequently Used Forms
- Part-time Faculty Office Hours (Due May 15th [Spring] / December 15th [Fall]) - Blank Copy | Sample
- *FTE = # units / 15 | Example: 1 unit course = 1/15 = 0.067
- Petition for Change of Grade - see front desk cabinet
- Record of Incomplete - see front desk cabinet
- Removal of Incomplete - see front desk cabinet
- Other Employee forms - Link
Time Conflict Procedure (as of Spring 2018):
- The instructor of class for which time will be missed must establish a contract with the student to cover class minutes missed.
- During the semester, student and instructor will meet weekly, record the meeting date below and sign it.
- At the end of the semester, Instructor will submit the Log to School Dean on the last day of the semester. Once completed and signed, this log will be the official record of attendance and be kept on file by the School Dean for three years.