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Work-Based Learning Systems. CAWEE Monterey CA November13-15 2013 Randy Wallace, Tulare County Office of Education National Academy Foundation (NAF) Ruben Alvarez, Porterville Unified School District. Workshop Outcomes.

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Work based learning systems

Work-Based LearningSystems

CAWEE

Monterey CA

November13-15 2013

Randy Wallace, Tulare County Office of Education

National Academy Foundation (NAF)

Ruben Alvarez, Porterville Unified School District


Workshop outcomes

Workshop Outcomes

  • Define WBL and describe quality criteria and outcomes for all four stages of the WBL continuum.

  • Knowledge to support CTE, pathway and academy programs in design and implementation of 9-12 WBL sequence.


Work based learning continuum

Work-based Learning Continuum


Work based learning system elements what

Work Based Learning System Elements (What?)

  • Shared vision

  • Leadership district and site

  • Clearly articulated student learning outcomes

  • Structures (lead agency, district advisory, regional industry advisories, pathway advisory councils) that support WBL

  • Clearly defined indicators of success

  • Shared accountability


Work based learning systems

  • Systematic Conditions for Quality and Scaled WBL

  • Shared vision

  • Leadership commitment

  • Clearly stated student outcomes

  • Structures(lead agency, broad-based coalition, intermediary organization, pathway advisory boards

  • Clearly defined indicators of success

  • Shared accountability

Local Work-Based Learning System

Provide Students with a

Set of High Quality WBL

Experiences

  • Students Prepared for College and Career

    • Students meet college and career readiness outcomes

    • Student receiving a continuum of experiences

  • Support Pathways, Schools and Districts

    • Qualified staff with designated roles and responsibilities

    • Training for staff

    • Processes (with supporting tools) for embedding WBL in project design and delivery

    • Student assessment

  • Support Partners

    • Training including orientation

    • Tools including handbook, insurance and guidelines

    • Clear system of communication

    • Student assessment

  • Operational

    • Technology infrastructure

    • Policy, legal and liability

    • Tools/handbooks

  • Business and community engagement

  • Process for placing, monitoring, and evaluating student WBL experiences

  • System for continuous improvement

  • Resource development

  • Celebration and recognition


Operational how

Operational (How)

Technology Infrastructure

Tools (Handbooks, forms and insurance)

Policy, legal & liability

Business & Community Engagement (recruitment)

Processes (with supporting tools) for placing, monitoring, and evaluating student WBL experiences

System continuous improvement and Student Evaluation


Supporting resources and partners

Supporting Resources and Partners

Training (industry/community partners)

Tools and Information

Clear System of Communication

Student assessment and Feedback


Thank you

Thank You


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