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Achieving Appropriate Placement for All Career & Technical Students. PA CTEC 2009 Conference PRESENTED BY: Debbie Handschue Supervisor of Special Education Lehigh Career & Technical Institute June 25, 2009.

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Achieving Appropriate Placement for All Career & Technical Students

PA CTEC 2009 Conference

PRESENTED BY:

Debbie Handschue

Supervisor of Special Education

Lehigh Career & Technical Institute

June 25, 2009


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Mission: StudentsPrepare for entry level employmentPrepare students for successful careers and lifelong learning

Then:

Now:


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Occupational Analysis Students

Course Description

Occupational Titles

Task List

Task Grid

Career Objective Form

Learning Guides

Integration of academics

Task Tracking

Performance Assessment Log (PAL)

Contract Grading

COMPONENTS OF CBCTE


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General Goals Students

Employment Opportunities

Future Trends

Skills & Knowledge

Common Tools & Equipment

Special Requirements

Post Secondary Opportunities

COURSE DESCRIPTION


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Occupational Titles Students

  • O-Net

  • Local business/Industry recommendations

  • State/National Skill Certifications

  • Hierarchy of skills

  • Reasonable & Achievable


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TASK LIST Students

  • Only skills performed on the job

  • State and National Skill Standards

  • Validated by business & industry

  • Divided by duty areas

  • 85-130 tasks are typical

  • Written using action verbs

  • Identify hours for completion of the skill

  • Forms a basis for articulation


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Task Grid Students

  • Incorporates task list and occupational titles

  • Competencies needed for each occupational title

  • Organizational tool for students & teachers

  • Provides basis for career objective


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ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL OBJECTIVES FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN APDE-APPROVED CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE) PROGRAM Career Objective Form

  • Required by Chapter 4 Section 4.31

  • Completed every year by each student

  • CIP code & Job Title included

  • Occupational title identified

  • Long-range goals identified

  • Must be signed and in student file

  • Student & teacher maintain a copy


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LEARNING GUIDE ENROLLED IN A

  • Task

  • Purpose

  • Exit Outcomes

  • Supporting Objectives

    • Knowledge Academic Concept Guided Practice -

  • Resources Required

  • Safety Factors

  • Learning Activities (Assignments)

  • Performance Evaluations/Exit Outcome Assessment


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PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT ENROLLED IN A

  • Performance Evaluation -Culminating activity to determine students competence in completing a task according to the pre-established standard.

    1. Students are measured against a criterion (product or process)

    2. Students should practice before evaluation

    3. Teacher evaluates for final sign-off of task


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TASK TRACKING ENROLLED IN A

  • Teacher’s Responsibility

  • Task Check-off sheets

  • Convert to grades

  • Follows career objective

  • Filed each year in student file

  • Task tracking continues during co-op

  • Basis for awarding skills certificate(s)

    *See IEP Input Sheet


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PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT LOGS ENROLLED IN A

  • Matches career objective

  • Student’s tool for tracking

  • Student’s responsibility for updating teacher/supervisor sign-off

  • Mandatory for school to career experience


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CONTRACT GRADING ENROLLED IN A

  • Completed quarterly

  • Establishes expectations for students

  • Student conference required

    • Beginning

    • Mid-quarter

    • End of quarter & new contract

    • Skill component of the grade


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SKILL CERTIFICATE ENROLLED IN A

  • State or national credential

  • School’s certificate based on career objective

  • Attendance certificate with completed competency profile

  • NOCTI


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SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS ENROLLED IN A

  • A variety of levels of career objectives offered

  • Certificates awarded for career objective

  • Contract grading permits accommodations for special needs students

  • Used for IEP input

    • Career objective

    • Goal setting: How many competencies will complete?

  • Cannot lower requirements for standards

  • Cannot lower requirements for safety


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QUESTIONS? ENROLLED IN A

Mrs. Debbie Handschue

Director of Special Education

handschued@lcti.org

610.799.1326

Lehigh Career & Technical Institute

4500 Education Park Drive

Schnecksville, PA 18078-2599