PA Core Standards and Academic Integration. Mrs. Michelle Bonser Mrs. Joann Gomez Mr. James Granahan Mr . Patrick McHale Dr. Carolyn Shegelski Mr. Frank Zaso. Monroe Career & Technical Institute. 23 Programs at MCTI. Electrical Technology Electronics Technology Graphic Communications
PA Core Standards and Academic Integration
Mrs. Michelle Bonser
Mrs. Joann Gomez
Mr. James Granahan
Mr. Patrick McHale
Dr. Carolyn Shegelski
Mr. Frank Zaso
Monroe Career & Technical Institute
Instructors teaching CTE program tasks and helping students to make connections to academic content standards so that students are college and career ready.
Data analysis of NOCTI testing results at the class and student level.
Professional Development that includes teachers working with coaches in small groups and one-to-one.
Adapting research based and best practices to work with CTE content and instruction.
Reading, Chunking Text, Main Ideas
Content Retention Strategies
Instructional Strategies that use Technology
PA Core Standards for Mathematics and ELA
PA Core Standards of Mathematical Practice
Essential Math Questions Activities with links to NOCTI and PA Core Standards of Math Practice
NOCTI Data – Task Link Data Analysis, Integrated Academic Report
A Computerized Machine Technology student uses an app on his cell phone while working on a project.
What do we do to implement these?
What do they look like in the CTE theory room?
What strategies do we already have?
What do we need to improve?
Health Occupations students make notes using Dinah Zike’sFoldables.
These are Layered Books and Tabbed Books.
Criminal Justice students create a word wall of terminology. The shape of the construction paper cut-out is the same as their badge!
Graphic Communications students practice terminology with a flash card circle.
Building Trades Maintenance students completing a Collins Type 1 Writing assignment.
NOT Math Content
www.monroecti.orgunder Resources → Numeracy Resources → Integrating Mathematics Resources → Core Standards of Math Practice for CTE Teachers
A math focus topic for every month and a problem for every day.
Eddie is helping his father panel the family room. As they are working with the trim, Eddie’s father notes that the final piece of trim is 6 ½’ long. The last section of wall they need to trim is 4 ¾’. There are also a few other smaller sections where they could use any trim that is left over. How much trim will they have left after completing the last section of wall? Explain how to check your solution for accuracy.
The range of a set of data is the difference between the greatest and least numbers in the set. The highest point on Earth is Mt. Everest at 29,028’. The lowest point is the Marianas Trench at 38,635’ below sea level. Find the range of the highest and lowest points on Earth. Explain how range is used in your program or another example.
HVAC students collaborate on solving the Math Problem of the Day.
Advanced & Proficient Percentage