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Common Core State Standards: Making the CTE Connection. Michelle Conrad & Larae Watkins - Missouri Center for Career Education, University of Central Missouri Tina Thomas - Supervisor of Instruction, Queen Anne's County Public Schools, Centreville, Maryland.

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Common core state standards making the cte connection

Common Core State Standards: Making the CTE Connection

Michelle Conrad &Larae Watkins - Missouri Center for Career

Education, University of Central Missouri

Tina Thomas - Supervisor of Instruction, Queen Anne's

County Public Schools, Centreville, Maryland




Contact info
Contact Info

Stephen DeWitt

Association for Career

and Technical Education

1410 King Street

Alexandria, VA 22314

(800) 826-9972

www.acteonline.org

[email protected]

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Missouri
Missouri

  • Missouri Center for Career Education

    • Contracted by Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to assist with:

      • Curriculum development

      • Induction programs

      • Research

      • Resources for teachers

  • DESE Office of College and Career Readiness presented state meetings on the CCSS January-March 2011


What we noticed
What we noticed . . .

  • Reactions of math teachers to “Modeling”

  • Phrasing of Mathematics Standards of Practice

  • Reading for Literacy in Science & Technical Subjects

  • Reading for Informational Text

  • Use of technology & multimedia


What we ve done
What we’ve done . . .

  • Reading the standards & comparisons/alignment to CTE standards (Business Education, Health Science Education, Education & Training, Construction Trades)

  • Conversations with teachers to recognize how CTE fits into the CCSS and how CCSS fit into CTE

  • Applying the Common Core State Standards Workshop to determine teacher needs – on both sides


Where missouri s going
Where Missouri’s going . . .

  • Professional development sessions throughout the state

  • Online implementation documents for Math & ELA

  • Continuing alignments to CTE standards

  • Documenting examples from CTE

  • Developing “translation” guide for teachers for math content standards

  • Developing writing posters, rubrics, scoring guides for CTE teachers

  • Documenting sample cross curricular projects

  • Developing teacher professional development to facilitate cross curricular conversations


Larae Watkins, [email protected]Michelle Conrad, [email protected]

Co-Directors

Missouri Center for Career Educationwww.mcce.org660-543-8768


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