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Present Level of Performance. Transition. 33. High School Exiting CREDENTIALS (beginning 2013-2014). High School DIPLOMA. GED Test To change in Jan. 2014. McGraw Hill to provide Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC)

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Transition

Present Level of Performance

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Transition

High School Exiting CREDENTIALS

(beginning 2013-2014)

High School DIPLOMA

GED Test

To change in Jan. 2014

  • McGraw Hill to provide

  • Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC)

  • Notify “near passer” students of need to complete current GED exam by 2014

  • Skills and Achievement

  • Commencement Credential

    • NYSAA eligible & assessed

    • Accompanied by new model of Student Exit Summary

  • NYS Options:

  • Regents - 65 Pass on 5 Regents Exams

    • (ELA, Math, Sci., US History, Global History)

  • * Regents diploma with advanced designation

  • * Regents diploma with technical endorsement

  • Local - via Safety Net for SWD

  • 55-64 pass option (low pass option)

  • RCTs for cohorts prior to September 2011

  • Compensatory Option – effective 10/31/12

Student Exit

College and Career Ready

  • NYS Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential

  • Only for Students with Disabilities

  • To supplement diploma, or

  • As exiting credential for students unable to earn a HS diploma

  • Documents preparation

  • for entry-level employment

High School Equivalency


Transition

CAREER

DEVELOPMENT

Self-knowledge

Who am I?

Career exploration

Where am I going?

Career Plan

How do I get there?

INTEGRATED

LEARNING

What am I learning?

Why am I learning it?

How can I use it?

knowledge

application

UNIVERSAL

FOUNDATION SKILLS

(SCANS)

What do I need to know?

What skills are

important for me?

skills

Questions

students

should be able

to answer


Transition

Thinking Skills

Technology

  • Can Read

  • Can Write

  • Perform Math Functions

  • Listens Effectively

  • Speaks Clearly

  • Can Think Creatively

  • Uses Decision Making

  • Skills

  • Thinking Leads to

  • Problem Solving

  • Knows How to Learn

  • Applies Knowledge to

  • New Situations

Basic

Skills

  • Selects /Applies

  • Technology

  • Maintains

  • Equipment

  • Designs and Creates

  • To Meet Needs

Interpersonal Skills

Systems

Career Development and Occupational Studies

Standard 3A

Universal Foundation Skills

  • Improves & Designs Systems

  • Monitors & Corrects Performances

  • Understands How Systems Perform

  • Related to Goals, Resources and

  • Organizational Function

  • Teaches Others

  • Serves Clients

  • Exercises Leadership

  • Negotiates/Communicates

  • Works as a Member of a Team

  • Works with Diversity

Managing Resources

Personal Qualities

Managing Information

  • Understands

  • how to use:

  • Materials

  • Facilities

  • Time

  • Money

  • Human Resources

  • Networking

  • Demonstrates:

  • Responsibility

  • Ability to Plan

  • Ability to Take Independent Action

  • Integrity/Honesty

  • Self-determination and ability to

  • self-evaluate knowledge, skills and

  • abilities

  • Acquires and Evaluates

  • Information

  • Organizes/Maintains Information

  • Interprets/Communicates Information

  • Uses Computers to Enter, Modify,

  • Retrieve and Store Data


Career and technical education cte coursework and work based learning

Career and Technical Education - CTE Coursework and Work-Based Learning

Student will successfully complete not less than the equivalent of *two units of study in; CTE instruction/Work-Based Learning Experiences (WBLE)

Minimum of 54 hours of documented Registered or Non Registered Work-Based Learning Experiences – WBLE

its of study 216hrsI

I unit of study 108 hours

2 units of study 216 hours

CTE instruction 162hrs

WBL experiences + 54hrs

Two units of study 216hrs

  • Could do all 216 hours in WBLE

  • Could do 108 hours in WBLE & 108 hours in CTE

  • Could do 300 hours in WBLE & 300 hours in CTE

  • MUST DO Two (2) Units of Study with at least 54hrs in WBLE

  • * one unit of study equals 108 hours

Every School District MUST have the ability to provide

Work-based learning experiences!


Work based learning coordinator

Work Based Learning Coordinator

  • All registered work based learning programs must be under the supervision of a NYS certified work based learning coordinator.

  • It is highly recommended that all work based learning activities that place students out into the business community, whether registered or not, be under the supervision of a NYS certified work based learning coordinator for the safety and protection of the student and employer

http://eservices.nysed.gov/teach/certhelp/getExtensions.do?baseInd=N&certType=85&certSubjectLevel=864&hidDescId=0&crcId=33&WIN_TYPE=null


Registered work based learning programs

Registered Work-Based Learning Programs

Handout 11

* Paid experiences

http://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/wbl/home.html


Nonregistered work based learning options

Nonregistered Work Based Learning Options


Transition

CDOS Credential

Present Level of Performance connects to Student Exit Summary

Transition

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