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CTE Model Curriculum Standards 2.0 Module 1: Overview “ CTE Leading the Way Towards Career AND College Readiness ”. The new model curriculum standards are available online at: http :// www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/sf/ctemcstandards.asp. KWL Chart. Target Outcomes.

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CTE Model Curriculum Standards 2.0 Module 1: Overview“CTE Leading the Way Towards Career AND College Readiness”

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The new model curriculum standards are available online at:

http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/sf/ctemcstandards.asp

target outcomes
Target Outcomes

Upon completing this session, you will be able to explain:

Why CTE standards were upgraded

Major new features in CTE standards

Integration with Common Core State Standards

National shift in teaching, learning, and assessment: CTE’s role

Introduction to Modules 2-4

drivers of change
Drivers of Change

Economics

US Indicators

Technology

change

World Competition – Financial & Educational

Demographics

what s different
What’s Different?
  • Industry
  • Pathway
  • Anchor CCSS
new model cte standards
New Model CTE Standards
  • Fewer, clearer, deeper
  • Research and evidence based
  • Reasonable in scope
  • Essential, rigorous, clear, specific and

coherent

  • Aligned with postsecondary and work

expectations

  • Measurable
new pathway standards
New Pathway Standards
  • Unique within an industry sector
  • Organized by careers within the industry sector of similar functions, services, and work environments
  • Rewritten using action verbs in place of “know and understand”
  • Build from simple to complex knowledge and performance

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pathway criteria
Pathway Criteria
  • Has an occupational focus
  • Consistent in size and scope
  • Comprised of similar functions
  • Inclusive of all aspects of the industry
  • Includes 8-12 pathway specific standards
  • Demonstrates sequence potential
  • Lead to high skill, high wage, or high demand jobs
  • Sustainable and viable over next 10 years
ca cte standards
CA CTE Standards
  • MCS 2005
  • Industry Sector Foundation Standards
  • Pathway Standards
  • MCS 2013
  • Standards for Career Ready Practice
  • Industry Sector Anchor Standards
  • Pathway Standards
  • CCSS Matrix
foundation for standards development
Foundation for Standards Development

Research

  • Bloom’s Taxonomy (Revised)
  • Rigor and Relevance Framework – Bill Daggett
  • Knowledge Dimension - Anderson, Lorin and David Krathwohl
  • Depth of Knowledge - Norman L. Webb

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Knowledge

Metacognitive

to form a coherent

whole

Procedural

how parts relate, find

Coherence

Conceptual

clarify, give examples

Factual

recognize, recall,

locate

PerformanceUse Apply Solve Create

one-step process multi-step process non-routine solutions to real world

to solve a routine to solve routine problems using non- routine , complex problem problems multiple steps problems using

multiple steps

Beyond Knowledge Construct

verbs
Verbs

FactualConceptualProceduralMetacognitive

Access Adhere Analyze Advocate

Define Apply Assess Build

Describe Classify Comply Compile

Find Communicate Compare Compose

Identify Compare Contrast Construct

Label Demonstrate Deconstruct Create

List Develop Deduce Design

Locate Discriminate Defend Devise

Match Employ Detect Formulate

Name Explain Diagram Invent

Recall Implement Differentiate Plan

Recite Infer Discern Predict

Recognize Interpret Distinguish Produce

Remember Maintain Enhance Reconstruct

Retrieve Organize Evaluate Reorganize

Select Participate Experiment Synthesize

State Practice Explore

Promote Illustrate

Summarize Integrate

Transfer Research

Understand Solve

Use Test

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Beyond Knowledge Construct

Knowledge

DOK

4

Metacognitive

form a coherent whole

DOK

3

Procedural

how parts relate, find

Coherence

DOK

2

Conceptual

clarify, give examples

DOK

1

Factual

recognize, recall, locate

Performance

Solve

non-routine problems using a sequence of steps

Create

solutions to non-routine real world complex problems using multiple steps and sources

Use

one-step process to solve routine problems

Apply

multiple step process to solve routine problems

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Beyond Knowledge Construct

Knowledge

Metacognitive

form a coherent whole

(DOK Level 4)

Procedural

how parts relate, find

Coherence

(DOK Level 3)

List 15 building products and find a “green” alternative to each one

Conceptual

clarify, give examples

(DOK Level 2)

Factual

recognize, recall, locate

(DOK Level 1)

Performance

Create

solutions to non-routine real world complex problems using multiple steps and sources

Solve

non-routine problems using a sequence of steps

Use

one-step process to solve routine problems

Apply

multiple step process to solve routine problems

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Beyond Knowledge Construct

Knowledge

Metacognitive

form a coherent whole

(DOK Level 4)

Procedural

how parts relate, find

Coherence

(DOK Level 3)

Construct a 1/8th scale model of a garage using only recycled materials

List 15 building products and find a “green” alternative to each one

Conceptual

clarify, give examples

(DOK Level 2)

Factual

recognize, recall, locate

(DOK Level 1)

Performance

Solve

non-routine problems using a sequence of steps

Create

solutions to non-routine real world complex problems using multiple steps and sources

Use

one-step process to solve routine problems

Apply

multiple step process to solve routine problems

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Beyond Knowledge Construct

Knowledge

Explain the advantages and disadvantages of using recycled building materials

Metacognitive

form a coherent whole

(DOK Level 4)

Procedural

how parts relate, find

Coherence

(DOK Level 3)

Construct a 1/8th scale model of a garage using only recycled materials

List 15 building products and a “green” alternative to each

Conceptual

clarify, give examples

(DOK Level 2)

Factual

recognize, recall, locate

(DOK Level 1)

Performance

Create

solutions to non-routine real world complex problems using multiple steps and sources

Solve

non-routine problems using a sequence of steps

Use

one-step process to solve routine problems

Apply

multiple step process to solve routine problems

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Beyond Knowledge Construct

Knowledge

Explain the advantages and disadvantages of using recycled building materials

Develop a wind-resistant solar carport for student parking lots and convince the school board to fund it.

Metacognitive

form a coherent whole

(DOK Level 4)

Procedural

how parts relate, find

Coherence

(DOK Level 3)

Construct a 1/8th scale model of a garage using only recycled materials

List 15 building products and a “green” alternative to each

Conceptual

clarify, give examples

(DOK Level 2)

Factual

recognize, recall, locate

(DOK Level 1)

Performance

Create

solutions to non-routine real world complex problems using multiple steps and sources

Solve

non-routine problems using a sequence of steps

Use

one-step process to solve routine problems

Apply

multiple step process to solve routine problems

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standards for career ready practice
Standards for Career Ready Practice

Apply appropriate technical skills and academic knowledge

Communicate clearly, effectively, and with reason

Develop an education and career plan aligned to personal goals

Apply technology to enhance productivity

Utilize critical thinking to make sense of problems and persevere in solving them

Practice personal health and understand financial literacy

standards for career ready practice continued
Standards for Career Ready Practice (continued)

Act as a responsible citizen in the workplace and the community

Model integrity, ethical leadership, and effective management

Work productively in teams while using cultural/global competence

Demonstrate creativity and innovation

Employ valid and reliable research strategies

Understand the environmental, social, and economic impacts of decisions

alignment process
Alignment Process

Identify pathway standards that have a substantial and natural alignment to a core curriculum standard

Determine if the pathway standard will enhance, reinforce or apply a specific core subject standard

Developed an alignment matrix at end of each Industry Sector

shift to career and college readiness
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
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Knowledge

  • Metacognitive
  • to form a coherent
  • whole
  • Procedural
  • how parts relate, find
  • Coherence
  • Conceptual
  • clarify, give examples
  • Factual
  • recognize, recall,
  • locate
  • PerformanceUse Apply Solve Create

one-step process multi-step process non-routine solutions to real world

  • to solve a routine to solve routine problems using non- routine , complex problem problems multiple steps problems using
  • multiple steps

Shift in Assessment

Create solutions to real world non-routine, complex problems using multiple steps

assessment examples
Assessment Examples

One of the following is an assessment in one of our CTE classes. The other is from the new Smarter Balanced Assessment. Can you tell which is which?

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A job requires 45 brackets as shown. What is the fewest number of 4 x 8 sheets of plywood required?

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A construction worker is using wooden beams to reinforce the back wall of a room.

Determine the height, in feet, of the beam that ends at point G.

Explain how you found your answer.

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How do we shift an entire system away from multiple choice “right answers” to deeper, critical thinking, 21st century skills that employers want?

introduction to modules 2 4
Introduction to Modules 2 -4

Module 2: Content & Curriculum

Module 3: Instruction and Strategies

Module 4: Resources

target outcomes covered today
Target Outcomes Covered Today

After today’s presentation you should be able to explain:

Why CTE standards were upgraded

Major new features in CTE standards

Integration with Common Core State Standards

National shift in teaching, learning, and assessment: CTE’s role

Introduction to Modules 2-4

questions or comments
Questions or comments?

Thank you for your participation!