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Careerline Tech Center. CTC INFORMATION:. 1300 students from 15 sending schools 8 Career Pathways 23 programs. Business, Management, Marketing and Technology Pathway. Health Sciences Pathway. Human Services Pathway. Agriscience Pathway. Manufacturing Pathway.

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ctc information
  • 1300 students from 15 sending schools
  • 8 Career Pathways
  • 23 programs
additional programs
Additional Programs:
  • Hospitality/Work Readiness Program and Automotive Services Assistance Program
    • Housed at CTC but NOT considered a CTC program
    • General education program but geared toward the lower LD/upper CI population
    • Approximately 40 students enrolled in each program
  • Take 1 minute to write 1 sentence about something new that you have learned so far.
special education and accommodations
Special Education and Accommodations
  • 225 students receiving services
    • Ranges from AI to LD
  • 2 Special Education Consultants on staff
    • Act as a liaison with home school staff, parents, CTC staff and outside agencies
    • Monitor that accommodations are being provided and documented by instructors and paraprofessionals
role of the consultant
Role of the Consultant:
  • Consultants attend IEPC’s of new CTC students
    • Averages about 100 per year!!
    • Cover sheet/Student Information Sheet is completed
    • Accommodations are noted and shared with staff
    • Copies of IEPC are requested
consultant s role continued
Consultant’s Role Continued:
  • Meet with Paraprofessionals once a month
    • Monitor attendance
    • Discuss accommodations and review documentation
    • Complete the Consultant Log Sheet
  • Students are taught to self-advocate
  • 17 “reasonable”accommodations for CTC
  • Most difficult to accommodate??
vocational evaluation
Vocational Evaluation
  • Started out as a process for10th grade special education students in Ottawa County
    • Included a tour, ½ day testing, ½ day observation
    • Limited to special education students and 10th graders only
    • In working with all the sending schools, difficult to get students to CTC 3 times
vocational evaluation cont
Vocational Evaluation Cont:
  • Made changes to the established process with 10th graders
    • Began working with the 9th grade population
      • Thought informing students about CTC earlier would educate them on skills/academics needed for success
      • Created a more “hands on” approach to testing using color groups
      • Created a math & reading assessment that reflected CTC’s requirements
vocational evaluation cont1
Vocational Evaluation Cont:
  • Continued concerns:
    • Lack of follow through with home school staff
      • Allowing students to visit CTC for the entire process
      • Using/not using the report recommendations
      • Students testing in 1 color group and enrolling in a different color group
      • Students enrolling who didn’t test at all
      • 9th grade NOT able to have curriculum flexibility
vocational evaluation cont2
Vocational Evaluation Cont:
  • Where we are today……
    • 8th grade Destination
      • Open to all students (regular/special)
      • “Open house”/scavenger hunt format
      • Simple exposure to CTC options rather than testing
      • Targeted at younger audience before they make a 4 year plan
and the results
And the results…
  • 4 middle schools participated
  • Will expand to 3 days and more schools participating this March
destination success
“Destination Success”
  • Students given a map and 40 minutes
  • Each destination on the card was stamped upon completing the objective
  • 7 different destinations throughout the building
magnificent mall
Magnificent Mall:
  • Early Childhood Careers
  • Environmental and Agricultural Sciences
  • Public Safety and Security Services
tropical paradise
Tropical Paradise:
  • Marketing
  • Culinary/Pastry Arts
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Web Technology
crash canyon
Crash Canyon:
  • Dental Careers
  • Healthcare Foundations
  • Emergency Medical Services
danger zone
Danger Zone:
  • Building Trades/Construction Management
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
metal metropolis
Metal Metropolis:
  • Engineering Design/Manufacturing Technology
  • Welding
motor city
Motor City:
  • Auto Mechanics
  • Diesel Mechanics
  • Heavy Equipment Mechanics
  • Auto Body Repair
creative causeway
Creative Causeway:
  • Printing and Graphic Arts
  • Visual Communications
  • Media Productions
  • What value do you see in Career/Technical Education?
  • What are you expecting to see at Open House? (10-23-12)
formative assessment
Formative Assessment:
  • Materials needed:
    • Paper
    • Colored markers
    • Team work!