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Real purpose

Real Purpose

Vision: Colorado CTE delivers intentional pathways & planning for lifelong career success!

Mission: CTE ensures a thriving Colorado economy by providing relevant and rigorous education that is connected, responsive and real.


21st century skills

21st Century Skills

20th Century21st Century

1 – 2 Jobs

10 – 15 Jobs

# of

Jobs

Mastery of

One Field

Flexibility

And

Adaptability

Job

Skill

Subject

Matter

Mastery

Integration of 21st

Century Skills into

Subject Matter

Mastery

Learning

Model

PWR


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Our adults students today could be…

Known as Performers

Born: 1938-1957

Size: 23% of US Population

Spending: $1.32 Trillion Annually

Themes: The Atomic Age/Personality

Values: Freedom/Drama/Adventure

Known as Techticians

Born: 1958-1971

Size: 22% of US Population

Spending: $1.45 Trillion Annually

Themes: Science/Speed/Service

Values: Self-Reliance/Pragmatism

Or possibly…

Known as Believers

Born: 1972-1983

Size: 17% of the US Population

Spending: $861 Billion Annually

Themes: Withdrawal/Watergate/Women

Values: Relationship/Diplomacy

Excerpted from the work of Dr. Louis Patler, Steve Weiss, Ken Beller: The Consistent Consumer


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Our current Students today are…

Known as The Transformers

Born: 1984-1995

Size: 16% of US Population

Spending: $200 Billion Annually

Themes: The Long Boom/Constant Chaos

Values: Personal Power / Clarity

Excerpted from the work of Dr. Louis Patler, Steve Weiss, Ken Beller: The Consistent Consumer

‘Millenials’

‘Screenagers’


Colorado s current pipeline

Colorado’s Current Pipeline

70

44

26

22

Source: NCES 2006


Having a career goal and plan makes a huge difference in ps success

Having a Career Goal and Plan makes a HUGE difference in PS success!

Preliminary findings showed desired learning outcomes were the best predictors of student success.

Students whose desire was to “Explore courses to decide career,” had the lowest graduation rate, 21%. 

This compares to a graduation rate for students who intend to, “Prepare to change careers,” of 78%. 

Clearly, having a career goal and plan that a student is acting upon makes a big difference

- Rossol & Byers, Johnson County Community College, NE


Cultivate a culture of career academic success p 20

Together We:

Cultivate a culture of Career & Academic Success (P-20)

Postsecondary

Stages

HS

6th -9th

For some = ECE-5th

MS

Postsecondary & Workforce Opportunities


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Seamless Transitions:

Learning

Earning

Living

Listening

Career Development Journey


What is their pathway

What is their Pathway?


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CLUSTER

INDUSTRY

PWR Standards!

PATHWAYS

PLAN OF STUDY


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C

A

P


Time to re cap icap

Time to RE-CAP ICAP!

Remember the Process…

Dive into Connections…

…And put it all together!


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HI-FIVE!


The icap journey

The ICAP journey…

Logo vernacular borrowed from CDE: Academic Standards


Icap real relevance

ICAP – REAL Relevance

Provides a relevant education pathway to their preferred career.

Provides ownership of their future resulting in increased motivation

Increased motivation leads to:

Increased retention and Decreased dropout rates


Remember the process big picture

Remember the Process & BIG picture


1 00 statement of basis and purpose

1.00 Statement of Basis and Purpose

  • Pursuant to SB 09-256, the State Board of Education is required to promulgate rules to establish standards for Individual Career and Academic Plans (“ICAP”) for students enrolled in public schools in the state. The intent of this provision in the legislation is to ultimately decrease dropout rates and increase graduation rates by assisting students in developing and maintaining a personalized postsecondary plan that ensures readiness for postsecondary and workforce success.

  • An ICAP shall be designed to assist a student and his or her parent or legal guardian in exploring the postsecondary career and educational opportunities available to the student, aligning course work and curriculum, applying to postsecondary education institutions, securing financial aid and ultimately entering the workforce.

    • 9 Elements:


What is it all really

What is it all really?

The ICAP, or Career & Academic Plan of Study is a process that students participate in, which results in an actual plan.

  • Plan:

  • Student’s career cluster or pathway goal

  • Relevancy of student’s goal to post secondary institution / workforce or other future option

  • Student’s intentional courses sequence & relevant experience

Process:

Developmentally appropriate recommended activities

Utilizing:

CTE, core curriculums, existing & available resources (CDE, CDHE & CCCS), career & academic planning tools & assessments and “the village”.


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Find your experts, your sardines, your village, your team:

Administrators, CTE, SpEd, IT, Counselors, workforce, teachers, parents, students & others…

After a Year pilot: What works? What doesn’t? What/who is needed?

Was due:

September 30 2010

Implementation Cycle

Action Plan (4 T’s):

Team

Timeline

Tool of use (acTivity)

elemenT addressed

Utilize “The Village”

Begin NOW or

at least by September 30, 2011.


Paradigm shift so much vocabulary

Paradigm Shift…So much Vocabulary!

  • Post Secondary Plan

  • MyCAP (MyCareer and Academic Plan)

  • ICAP (Individual Career and Academic Plan)

  • Personal Education Plan

  • Transition Plan

  • Five year (six year, seven year) Plan

  • Cluster, Pathway, Plan of Study, PWR, IEP, CiC

  • And more…


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Bring it Together!

40 second Share:

Everything you know about ICAP

What does it look like now?

(Current Scope and Sequence)

What are some barriers?

What are some celebrations?

(Success we’ve had in the past, now and soon)


Icap updates the new stuff

ICAP Updates…the new stuff


Recent relevant education reform initiatives

Recent & Relevant Education Reform Initiatives

  • All 6th Grade Students required to have www.CollegeInColorado.org accounts (SB09-256)

  • ICAPs Required SB09-256, Rules adopted February 2010; District Plans 09-2010; 9th Grade Plans 09-2011

  • ICAPs & Dashboard included in Assessment Attributes (Adopted by SBE & CCHE)

    • Timeline: 2010/2011 last CSAP, 2011-2013 CTAP (Colorado Transitional Assessment), 2013/2014 new PWR Assessment (formative, simulated etc…)

  • College Level ICAPs proposed in Higher Education Strategic Plan (being adopted freely by CC’s statewide – why? Because it’s best for students.)


Continued updates

Continued Updates

  • Colorado Achievement Plan for Kids(CAP4K) – Postsecondary & Workforce Readiness (PWR) - Standards for Academic and Applied Knowledge

  • Concurrent Enrollment and ASCENT (CTE connection)

  • School Counselor Corps Grant Program funded.

  • District Accountability requirements  include evidence of Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness (SB09-163)

  • Dropout Prevention and Student Reengagement


Continued updates1

Continued Updates

  • Educator Effectiveness (SB09-191) – includes ICAP/PWR language.

  • State Advisory Council for Parent Involvement in Education

  • Expanded Learning Opportunities Commission (Accelerated Learning Options…see www.coloradostateplan.com)

  • EAGLE NET Broadband Statewide:

    • $100.6 grant for statewide broadband ($46 million private matching donor – state has money, find where it comes from!)

    • Currently undergoing Environmental Scan(migration patterns, water, oil and other)

    • In 3 years…..expect access in your town/city/neighborhood.


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ICAP = Real Opportunities

  • WHAT? Every student will create, revise & follow a pathway that leads to career success.

  • HOW? Through seamless career & academic plans

  • WHY? To develop a globally competitive workforce for Colorado.


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The ICAN career development model proposes that the goal of career development is for individuals to achieve readiness for career transition rather than to arrive at a particular career decision.

Career transition readiness is marked by an individual developing Identity, Confidence, Adaptability, and a Network, or ICAN, in order to thrive in their career.

NCDA Article


Who else is doing this

Who else is doing this?


Who else is doing this1

Who else is doing this?


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Bring it Together!

1 minute share:

What is your ICAP process?

(has it changed since this training began?)

Who or what have/has been our champions?

(strategies, curriculum, partnerships, and

out-of-the-box thinking)

How will you move forward? With whom &

what tool(s)?


Robust use of plans of study in shaping icaps

Robust use of Plans of Studyin shaping ICAPs

Philosophical Conundrum

Where does Career & Technical Education fit in today’s education climate? (ASCA 2011 School Counselor of the Year: CTE!!)

Where should it fit?

Who & What can be utilized as guides & tools? (pssst…did you consider your “village” here? ICAP/POS = not an isolated event, it is a process!!)

Guidance


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Real Connection

POS Vision: Provide a road map for the student/parent that connects Career Path courses with Core Academic courses

POS Mission: Allow flexibility for students to explore and update their plans of study simultaneously

guiding and preparing today’s students for high wage, high skill and high demand careers!


Plans of study real plan

Plans of Study - REAL Plan

  • Connect the Career Cluster Model and the classroom

  • Sample road maps for students to use as they make decisions that will help shape their future


Plans of study real process

Plans of Study - REAL Process

  • Intended as a primary guide as students create their Individual Career & Academic Plans (ICAP)

  • Assist student in designing a meaningful educational experience that is relevant to their individual career aspirations (ICAP)


Robust ing your process

‘Robust-ing’ YOUR Process

  • Map Your Current Assets


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Program Inventory

CLUSTER

INDUSTRY

PWR Standards!

PATHWAYS

PLAN OF STUDY


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Program Inventory

Project Lead the Way

Business

Marketing

Multi Media

Interior Design

CISCO

ACE – Alternative Cooperative Education & FACS CORE

Automotive

Technologies

Catering & ProStart

Dietetics & Nutrition

Architectural & Construction Technologies

Early Childhood & Teacher Cadet


Robust ing your process1

‘Robust-ing’ YOUR Process

  • Map Your Current Assets

    • Have you covered all of YOUR pathways?

    • Are there other Clusters/Pathways your program could serve?

    • Who are the “village” members who know them?

    • There will be POS created that are not CTE.

    • POS serves as a guide for ICAPing process.


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Cited: http://www.snaapshot.org/#dashboard


Robust ing your process2

‘Robust-ing’ YOUR Process

  • Map Your Current Assets

  • Consider Local and Regional Need

  • Collaborate to Fill the Gaps

    • Between existing programs

    • Consider Counselor/Other Instructors Roles

    • Concurrent Enrollment partners

    • Business & Industry too! (Remember – nothing done in isolation)


Robust ing your process3

‘Robust-ing’ YOUR Process

  • Map Your Current Assets

  • Collaborate to Assign the Gaps

  • Intentionally & Efficiently build & utilize Plans of Study for AWESOME guidance!

  • Plan for future program development

    • A natural emerging of a needs assessment


Plans of study help shape icap

Plans of Study help shape ICAP


Dive into more connections

Dive into more Connections…


Remember your sardines the village

Remember your Sardines….“The Village”


Who are your partners

Who are your partners?

  • In your building?

  • In your district?

  • In your region?

  • In your state?


Utilize your village

Utilize your “Village”

  • You

  • Navigators - Education and Career Case Managers

  • Professional School Counselors: ASCA model, Career Development

  • CTE instructors/directors: Plans of Study

  • Postsecondary Partners

  • Disability Services: IEP’s (Individual Education Plans)

  • Pre-Collegiate Service Providers

  • Workforce Representatives

  • Academic Core/Elective Faculty: Relevance and Relationship

  • IT Specialists: Data sharing, SIS pro’s

  • May we suggest: student(s), librarians, school board, business & industry rep, and others…


Utilize your village1

Utilize your “Village”

  • You

  • Administrators, the school leaders

  • Professional School Counselors: ASCA model, Career Development

  • CTE instructors/directors: Plans of Study

  • GT coordinators/instructors

  • SpEd/Transition Coordinators:IEP’s (Individual Education Plans)

  • IT Specialists: Data sharing, SIS pro’s

  • Academic Core/AVID/IB/Elective instructors: time, relevance and relationship

  • May we suggest: student(s), librarian, school board, Postsecondary Partners, workforce rep, parent(s), SAC members, PTA/PTO’s. pre-collegiate provider, business & industry rep, BOCES and inventories that are already in place but not expanded on!


Transition program iep s shape i ndividual c areer a cademic p lans

Transition Program IEP’s shape Individual Career & Academic Plans


Asca national counseling model shapes i ndividual c areer a cademic p lans

ASCA National Counseling Model shapes Individual Career & Academic Plans


Cte program p lans o f s tudy shape i ndividual c areer a cademic p lans

CTE Program Plans of Study shape Individual Career & Academic Plans

http://www.coloradostateplan.com/default_cluster.htm www.cccs.edu/CTE/Toolbox for Educators/ Plans of Study


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Existing tools


Act world of work map p eople d ata t hings i deas

ACT – World of Work MapPeopleDataThingsIdeas

ASCA National Model

Colorado Career Cluster Model

Industries

Clusters

Pathways

PWR curriculums and programs!

Holland’s Codes:

RealisticInvestigativeArtisticSocialEnterprisingConventional


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Cited: http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newCDV_98.htm


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Enterprising

Conventional

Social

Realistic

Investigative

Artistic

Cited: http://www.act.org/wwm/research.html


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R & C & I

E & C

Ideas

Data

R & I & A

ASCA

CTE Pathways

Revised Standards

S & E

Things

People

Ideas

A & S & I

C & R


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Bring it Together!

40 second Share:

Using the current architecture – go robust…

What will it look like?

(revised Scope and Sequence; culture shift, schedule shift etc…)

What is it about _______________ that you know works best for students?

When taking an inventory of programs & opportunities available, what’s missing?


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Real Purpose

Vision: Colorado CTE delivers intentional pathways & planning for lifelong career success!

Mission: CTE ensures a thriving Colorado economy by providing relevant and rigorous education that is connected, responsive and real.


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Real Connection

POS Vision: Provide a road map for the student/parent that connects Career Path courses with Core Academic courses

POS Mission: Allow flexibility for students to explore and update their plans of study simultaneously

guiding and preparing today’s students for high wage, high skill and high demand careers!


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Real Relevance

ICAP Vision: Individual Career and Academic Planning allow all students access to and assistance with a portable seamless pathway for Postsecondary & Workforce Readiness and their success!

ICAP Mission: To decrease drop-out rates and increase retention rates to support our global competitive economy.


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Last thought:

Consider your own

District or Building Mission

You might have a

Vision Statement too

How does the architecture of

Career Guidance fit?


Additional resources www coloradostateplan com counselors htm

Additional Resources:www.coloradostateplan.com/counselors.htm

www.cde.state.co.us/secondaryinitiatives

www.collegeincolorado.org

O*Net www.onetonline.org

Save the Dates:

CCDA Spring Training April 22nd

RMACAC April 28-30th

Plan of Study Palooza Webinar April 20th & May 18th

CACTE Conference July 19-22nd

CASE July 27-28th


Cacte guidance career development division

CACTE – Guidance & Career Development Division

  • For anyone who would like to be more connected to the CTE and Career Advisement/Counseling world.

  • Spring/Summer Book Study:

    Contact Lauren, if you’re interested in joining!


Remember

Remember…..

You R.O.C.K!

R – React with

O – Optimism

C – Challenge and

K - Knowledge


How to reach us

How to reach us:

Lauren Jones, CTE-Career Guidance Trainer:

[email protected] 720-858-2825

Charles Dukes, Senior Consultant CDE:

[email protected]

Your Regional CiC Rep:

[email protected]


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