A site visit takes place in the CE high school adjunct teacher’s school building on a regular secondary school day. The visit is defined as the time spent in the secondary school building performing a CE Adjunct Teacher Peer Evaluation or completing certain liaison projects.
Before high school starts, CE high school adjunct teachers will submit the course syllabus to the liaison for their review and approval. A syllabus is submitted for each course, each year. The liaison in turn reviews the syllabus and, if approved, notifies the high school adjunct teacher of the approval via MyCE.
Any additional work a liaison performs additional to the regular site visit must be documented using the CE Liaison Project form in MyCE. A CE Liaison Project is a project related to concurrent enrollment that the Concurrent Enrollment Office or the liaison and academic department feels is necessary in order to monitor and support the concurrent enrollment adjunct teachers.
Concurrent enrollment courses may be discontinued for reasons such as curriculum changes within SLCC courses or programs, changes in credential requirements for high school adjunct faculty, and concerns over the quality of instruction or college-level rigor in the concurrent enrollment classes.