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CTE Course Sequences for a Coordinated Program of Study. Erin Fender Career Academy Support Network UC Berkeley. The plan for this session. Introduction to Programs of Study (POS) Developing the CTE sequence in a Program of Study (POS) Examples of CTE Course Sequences Q & A.
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Integrates academic and career technical content in a coordinated progression of non-duplicative courses in an industry sector
Offers opportunity for HS students to acquire postsecondary credits
Leads to an industry recognized credential or certificate at the postsecondary level, or an associate or baccalaureate degree.Program of Study
Everything on the last slide AND
Integrates academic and technical curriculum through interdisciplinary projects and work-based learning
Provides support services necessary to ensure all students are successful
Includes strong and sustained partnerships with business, community and other stakeholders
Incorporates career guidance and mentoring opportunities
For students who think they want to enter the workforce directly out of high school?
For students who want to attend a short-term training program?
For students who want to go to a community college?
For students who want to go a 4-year school?
Exactly what postsecondary programs will students matriculate to?
What type of credentials and/or certificates can students earn both in high school and beyond?
Build a Program of Study
College and Career Center and/or Work-based Learning representative(s)
Industry representatives with a broad view
Site and possibly District Administrator(s)
Career and Technical Student Organization (CSTO) representative
Consider setting up Teacher Externships for all the prospective teachers both CTE and academic
A way to make connections in the industry
May lead recruitment of guest speakers, advisory boards members or visiting instructors
Identify or develop the non-duplicative sequence of both the CTE and academic courses at secondary & postsecondary levels using the current state and nationals standards
Develop dual credit and/or articulation agreements
Decide how to integrate college and career guidance in the POS
Decide how to integrate 21st century skills in the POS
Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science
and Technical Subjects
Coming Soon – Next Generation Science Standards
– Explore the Career Pathway Options (Kuder, Career Cruising)
Project-Based Learning training and follow up time to plan and improve PBL curriculum
Regular conversations b/t academic, CTE and industry representatives
Use of technology to improve sharing of content (ex. curriculum mapping)
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