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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 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

  • 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 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


  • 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)

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

Training (industry/community partners)

Tools and Information

Clear System of Communication

Student assessment and Feedback


Thank You


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