CTE Standards. Next Steps. The new model curriculum standards are available online at: http :// www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/sf/ctemcstandards.asp. Shift to Career and College Readiness. Focus from high school graduation to college and career readiness Teaching literacy across all content areas
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CTE Standards Next Steps
The new model curriculum standards are available online at: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/sf/ctemcstandards.asp
Shift to Career and College Readiness • Focus from high school graduation to college and career readiness • Teaching literacy across all content areas • Profound changes in the way • students learn and are assessed • teachers teach • instructional leaders lead
CTE MCS Professional Development Modules • Module 1: Overview • Module 2: Content & Curriculum • Module 3: Instruction and Strategies • Module 4: Resources
The Trainings • Eight locations • Trained over 500 individuals • Expections • Compiled a list of the trainers
Target Outcomes: Module 2 • Model Curriculum Standards overview • Standards for Career Ready Practice • Knowledge & Performance Anchor Standards • Pathway Standards overview and integration • Integrating Common Core State Standards • Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium • Resources & Next Steps
Integrating the new CTE Model Curriculum Standards Existing courses: • Identify which standards are taught in each unit. • Identify to what level standards are being taught. • Integrate additional standards content where appropriate. New Course Development: • Backwards map standards to Key Assignments, assessments and units of study.
Target Outcomes: Module 3 Describe instructional shifts Apply high-yield, research-based instructional strategies Recognize connection of instructional practice to assessment strategies Examine authentic assessments that increase student achievement 9
Focus on Questioning Techniques Guy Claxton, Professor in Education and Director of CLIO Development University of Bristol. “Good learning starts with questions, not answers.”
Module 4 RESOURCES!
A Framework? • Current framework • Divided into two main sections
Part I • Overview • structuring of standards-based curriculum • lesson planning and instruction • administrative and support services • community involvement and collaboration • application of CTE Foundation Standards
Part II • Divided by Industry Sector • Further divided by pathway • CTE course lists • Related courses • What students need to know and do • What much be taught • Sample Performance Tasks • Rubric • Occupation list
Differences In your table group, talk about the two previous slides and what we didn’t include in our professional development training, that should be included. Put these ideas on chart paper. Prepare to share.
Your Ideas • What else should we consider including? • Video clips? In your table groups, brainstorm your ideas on the provided brainstorm document. Share one idea with the group
Moving Forward • Our next steps • Reminders when working to align course curriculum with CTE standards. • Perkins funded requirements • AP classes
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