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CTE Curriculum, Standards, and Best Practices. Professional Development October 13, 2008. In 2008-2009,. The Gap Analysis was highly recommended as a part of your CIP Self Review and was to be kept in your TRAC files. (The analysis is be updated annually.)

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cte curriculum standards and best practices

CTE Curriculum, Standards, and Best Practices

Professional Development

October 13, 2008

in 2008 2009
In 2008-2009,

The Gap Analysis washighly recommendedas a part of your CIP Self Review and was to be kept in your TRAC files. (The analysis is be updated annually.)

The Gap Analysis was and will be required for districts requesting changes as a result of their program standard review.

4/1/2014

carl perkins iv curriculum model
Carl Perkins IV – Curriculum Model

For each CIP there are four main content areas that mustbe included in the curriculum

Michigan Technical Standards

National Career Pathway Clusters

National Cluster Foundation Skills

Michigan Career and Employability Skills and Michigan Technology Skills

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You rated each task according to the rating chart at the top of the page, under the Secondary Delivery area,

4 – Exceeds criteria and/or able to teach task

3 – Accomplishes task to criteria

2 – Accomplishes task with help

1 – Exposed to the task

N – Not exposed to task

for each n or 1
For each “N” or “1”

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You highlighted it by

  • Clicking on the shaded column on the left that corresponds to the task you want to highlight
  • Selecting fill color on the tool bar
  • Opening up the tool and click on yellow
you completed a plan of improvement
You completed a Plan of Improvement

Addressing standards rated “N” or “1” in a plan of improvement that included

  • Areas to address
  • Action to be taken
  • Resources needed
  • Timeline
  • Staff/administration to complete
documentation requirement
Documentation Requirement

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You Kept the Gap Analysis and Plan of Improvement in the TRAC notebook as part of your CIP Self Review, Section C-10

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CTE Standards News

From the MICHIGAN CTE STATE APPROVED STANDARDS BRIEF, September 22, 2008, Volume I, Issue IX

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From the MICHIGAN CTE STATE APPROVED STANDARDS BRIEF, September 22, 2008, Volume I, Issue IX

cte curriculum standards and best practices workshop objectives
CTE Curriculum, Standards, and Best Practices Workshop Objectives
  • Transition from Gap Analysis to Segmenting
  • Determine Where (what order) Technical Standards are Being Taught (for CTEIS Report)
  • Set up Teacher Communication Network
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Definition

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Definition

COMPLETER

  • Student who completes all 12 program segments and takes the program common assessment

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Remember the good old days …. Robert Mager - Behavioral objectives … A statement of what students ought to be able to do as a consequence of instruction.

The student will be able

to file

alphabetically with 100% accuracy

. . .

Fast Forward to 2008 ….

carl perkins iv curriculum model16
Carl Perkins IV – Curriculum Model

For each CIP there are four main content areas that mustbe included in the curriculum

Michigan Technical Standards

National Career Pathway Clusters

National Cluster Foundation Skills

Michigan Career and Employability Skills and Michigan Technology Skills

4/1/2014

process overview
Process Overview

April 1, 2014

why twelve segments
Why twelve segments?

Twelve was selected as the number of segments because it will fit the delivery for either semester, trimester, or quarters.

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steps to identify segments
Steps to identify segments

April 1, 2014

  • Identify if you have a 1 year program, 2 year, or multi-year program
  • Identify the delivery
    • Semester
    • Trimester
    • Quarters/blocks
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Steps to identify segments

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  • Identify when the 12 segments will be delivered
    • Identify when the majority of the segment standards will be delivered
    • Mark when each segment will be delivered and mark the segment only once
    • This information will assist in the entry course sections into the CTEIS system
segmenting process
Segmenting Process

CIP standards that are delivered through one program during 1 year

SEMESTER

Or

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Segmenting Process

TRIMESTER

CIP standards that are delivered through one program during 1 year

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Segmenting Process

CIP standards that are delivered through one program over 2 years

TRIMESTER

April 1, 2014

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Segmenting Process

CIP standards that are delivered through multi years

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SEMESTERS

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1 year program 2 semesters
1 year program, 2 semesters

Where do you teach the 12 segments?

Semester 1

Semester 2

7

1

8

2

9

3

10

4

11

5

12

6

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From the MICHIGAN CTE STATE APPROVED STANDARDS BRIEF

September 22, 2008

Volume I, Issue IX

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Segmenting Document

Website: www.mccte-fsu.org

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Segmenting Document

Website: www.mccte-fsu.org

April 1, 2014

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Segmenting Document

Website: www.mccte-fsu.org

April 1, 2014

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Susan E. Maxam, Ph.D. Cluster Development Consultant Career Focused Education 2111 Pontiac Lake Road Waterford, MI 48328-2736 248-209-2534 Fax 248-209-2225 sue.maxam@oakland.k12.mi.ushttp://www.oakland.k12.mi.us/cfe