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New York State Career Development and Occupational Studies Commencement Credential. New York State Education Department P-12: Office of Special Education October 2013 MODULE 4: CTE coursework and Work-based learning. Topics. Courses of Study and Work-Based Learning Experiences

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New york state career development and occupational studies commencement credential

New York State Career Development and Occupational Studies Commencement Credential

New York State Education Department

P-12: Office of Special Education

October 2013

MODULE 4: CTE coursework and

Work-based learning


Topics

Topics

Courses of Study and Work-Based Learning Experiences

Locally Approved Career and Technical Education (CTE) Coursework

SED Approved CTE Programs

Types of Work-Based Learning Experiences

Resources for Additional Information and Technical Assistance


Courses of study and work based learning experiences

Courses of Study and Work-Based Learning Experiences

Meaningful access to the general curriculum

appropriate opportunities to earn a regular diploma

Equivalent of 2 units of study (216 hours of participation) in:

career and technical education (CTE) coursework and/or

work-based learning experiences (at least 54 of the 216 hours)


Locally approved cte coursework

Locally Approved CTE Coursework

Grade 9 – 12 CTE courses at local district level

Course offerings in the following content areas:

Agricultural

Business and Marketing

Family and Consumer Sciences

Technology


Sed approved cte programs

SED Approved CTE Programs

A grade 9-12 approved program in career and technical education

CTE studies are organized in the following content areas:

Agricultural education

Business and Marketing education

Family and Consumer Sciences education

Health Occupations education

Technology education

Trade and Technical education

Specialized courses

Integrated courses


Work based learning experiences

Work-Based Learning Experiences

Important part of school-to-career transition

Explore different work environments to determine career goals (Wehman and Kregel, 2004);

Improved student attendance and decreased dropout rates (Hughes, Bailey and Mechur 2001);

Reduced suspensions and increased student engagement in school (National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability);

Increased job skills and knowledge (Halpern, 2006);

Identifies supports and accommodations required in workplace (Hughes and Carter, 2000);

Improved educational, attitudinal and employment outcomes (Wonacott, 2004) and (Test, 2009)


Work based learning experiences1

Work-Based Learning Experiences

Provides opportunities for contextual and applied learning

Extends classroom instruction (Brown, 2003)

Increased understanding of connection between skills learned in class and workplace requirements (Stasz, 1998)

More complex grasp of key information and improved critical thinking skills (Hughes, Moore, Bailey, 1999)

Public schools must provide opportunities for work-based learning

Minimum of 54 hours to earn credential


Work based learning experiences http www p12 nysed gov cte wbl home html

Work-Based Learning Experienceshttp://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

  • Job Shadowing

  • Student observation only

  • Non-paid, on-site, career exploration experiences

  • School Based Enterprise

  • Exists within a school to provide services for students and/or staff

  • Examples are a school store or a greenhouse/garden


Work based learning experiences http www p12 nysed gov cte wbl home html1

Work-Based Learning Experienceshttp://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

  • Community Service/ Volunteering

  • Increases community awareness and involvement

  • Does not directly connect to knowledge and technical skills learned in the classroom

  • Service Learning

  • Students participate in community service

  • Directly connects to classroom knowledge and skills


Work based learning experiences http www p12 nysed gov cte wbl home html2

Work-Based Learning Experienceshttp://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

  • Students ages 14 and older participate

  • in paid and nonpaid work

  • experiences

  • Assists students in identifying career interests, assess their employability skills and training needs

  • Develops skills and attitudes necessary for eventual paid employment

  • Community Based Work Programs

  • (for students with disabilities)


Work based learning experiences http www p12 nysed gov cte wbl home html3

Work-Based Learning Experienceshttp://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

  • Entrepreneurship

  • Senior Project

  • Students research a topic or career

  • interest in a specific career pathway

  • Students plan a start-up company or product idea

  • Design of a business plan, financial planning and marketing strategy are classroom activities


Work based learning experiences http www p12 nysed gov cte wbl home html4

  • School-business partnership initiative

  • Age 14 and older

  • Non-paid, on-site, career exploration experiences

  • Supported by related classroom instruction

  • Productive work is prohibited

Work-Based Learning Experienceshttp://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

  • Career Exploration Internship Program (CEIP)*

  • General Education Work Experience Program (GEWEP)*

  • Paid supervised work experience

  • Age 16 and older

  • Supported by related classroom instruction

  • Productive work allowed

  • * Must be registered with NYSED and supervised by a certified

  • Work Based Learning Coordinator.


Work based learning experiences http www p12 nysed gov cte wbl home html5

Work-Based Learning Experienceshttp://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

  • Work Experience and Career Exploration Program (WECEP)*

  • Federally regulated

  • Paid supervised work experience

  • Youth at risk ages 14 and 15

  • Productive work allowed

  • Paid and non-paid work experiences

  • Age 16 and older

  • Supported by related classroom instruction

  • Develops specific technical skills within a career pathway

  • Productive work allowed

  • CTE Cooperative Work Experience Program

  • (CO-OP)*

* Must be registered with NYSED and supervised by a certified

Work Based Learning Coordinator.


Summary of key points

Summary of Key Points

Meaningful access to the general curriculum

Must have 216 hours of CTE coursework and/or Work-Based Learning

(CTE) Coursework locally or SED approved

Minimum of 54 hours in Work-Based Learning

Benefits of Work-Based Learning


New york state career development and occupational studies commencement credential

Technical Assistance

  • Questions: email [email protected]

  • P-12: Office of Special Education: Diploma and Non-diploma Exiting Credentials http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/gradrequire.html

  • Special Education Policy (518) 473-2878


Resources

Resources

June 2013 Field Memorandum: NYS Career Development and Occupational Studies Commencement Credential http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/publications/CDOScredential-memo-613.htm

New York State Work Based Learning Manual http://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html

Youth to Work Coalition: National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center http://www.nsttac.org/ytw/home

National Service Learning Clearinghouse http://www.servicelearning.org/


Resources con t

Resources (con’t)

New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/youth/demo/ny/

Work Experience Coordinators Association of New York State http://www.nysweca.org/

New York State Career and Technical Education Technical Assistance Center (CTE-TAC) http://www.nyctecenter.org

Regional Special Education Technical Assistance Support Center (RSE-TASC) Transition Specialists http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/techassist/rsetasc/tslist.htm

Training Regional Special Education Technical Assistance Support Centers (RSE-TASC) http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/techassist/rsetasc/locations.htm


Additional webinar modules

Additional Webinar Modules

Module 1 – Overview

Module 2 – Career Plan and CareerZone

Module 3 – NYS CDOS Learning Standards

Module 4 – CTE Coursework and Work-

based Learning

Module 5 – Employability Profile

Module 6 – National Work Readiness Credentials


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