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  1. Start-Up CTEPrograms A Guide toPre-designed CTE Programs ofStudy March 15,2018

  2. Welcome to Career and Technical Education –CTE We are excited that you have decided to explore how to start a CTE Program in your school ordistrict. Under the High School Graduation and College and Career Readiness Act of 2016, direct funding will be provided to Oregon school districts to increase high school graduationrates. Measure 98 identifies three specificareas: Establish or expand career and technical education programs in highschools, Establish or expand college-level educational opportunities for students inhigh schools,and Establish or expand dropout-prevention strategies in highschools.

  3. Real Options for College and RewardingCareers CTE Delivers forStudents Real WorldSkills Real High SchoolExperience with MoreValue courtesyof

  4. If you’re thinking of starting a Program of Study, here are important things toconsider: • Have you contacted your RegionalCTE • Coordinator for help in gettingstarted? • The Regional Coordinators are the key to successful CTEProgramming! • What programs/courses does your district already have in place that can beleveraged? • Does the career area you are identifying follow the high wage,high demand labormarketinformationfor your region?

  5. Model CTE Program of Study PhaseI: StartUpCTEProgram Intentioralandphased-in development of a sequence of courses leadingto a CTE Program of Study. Phase I!I: CTE Program ofStudy Sequence of contextualized and hands-oncourses(atIeast2credits) aligned with industry approved skill set. Phase II!I : High Quality CTEPrograms Meets or exceeds all components of a CTE Program ofStudy. Includes a sequence of courses (3 or more credits) ingrades 9—14resulting in an industry credential. Could take up to threeyears to reach a full CTEProgram ofStudy. Includescareerguidanceand support for studentsuccess. Programs lead to a high wage and high demandoccupation. The district should includethe CTE RegionalCoordinatorinplanninga Start Up CTE Program ofStudy. A professional development plan is requiredto ensurecontirzJous program improvementand Student LeadershipOrganizations are an integral part of a CTE Program ofstudy. PotentialResources Localsource Eligible for M98fundsto expand Supplemental Perkins Federalfunds PotentialResources PotentialResources Localsource Eligible forM98funds toexpand Secondary CareerPathways Supplemental Perkins Federalfunds Localsources EligibleforM98funds Supplemental Perkinsfunds OREGON DEPARTMENTOF EDUCATION 3/1/17

  6. More ImportantConsiderations: • Do you have an instructoridentified? • What kind of equipment and materials doyou • need? • Will your program be affiliated with a student leadership organization(CTSO)? • Are you planning to offer college credit in the Program ofStudy?

  7. Career Learning Areas and Sample ProgramstoConsider: • Agriculture, Food &Natural ResourcesSystems • Agribusiness Systems • AgriculturalScience &Technology • Environmental Service Systems • Forestry & Forest Products • NaturalResource Systems • Arts, Information &Communications • Digital Media Production • Information & Communications Technology • Performing Arts • Programming & Software Development • Business &Management • Business Management &Administration • Finance & Accounting • Hospitality Tourism (Culinary, Travel, Lodging) • Marketing & Entrepreneurship

  8. Career Learning Areas and Sample ProgramstoConsider:(continued….) • HealthSciences • Biotechnology Research & Development • Diagnostic Services • Health Informatics • TherapeuticServices • HumanResources • Education & Training • Family & Community Services • Human & Personal Care Services • Law, Public Safety, & Security • Industrial & EngineeringSystems • AdvancedManufacturing • Automotive & Heavy Equipment Technology • ConstructionTechnology • EngineeringTechnology

  9. Agriculture, Food &NaturalResources Systems Agriculture Science &Technology The Agriculture Science &Technology Program of Study is a comprehensive program that connects the related career strands that are part of the vibrant nature of Oregon’s agriculture industry. The career strands include agribusiness, animal science, plant science/horticulture, and agriculture mechanics. A focus on agriculture entrepreneurship, leadership, and management skills is part of the program. Students who are enrolled within the Agriculture Science and Technology Program of Study are eligible to participate within the FFA student leadership organization(CTSO).

  10. AGRICULTURE SCIENCE &TECHNOLOGY START-UP PLAN Course1 BasicSkills Introductionto AgricultureScience Course1 BasicSkills Introductionto AgricultureScience Course 2 AdvancedSkills AnimalScience/Plant Science/Horticulture Course 2 AdvancedSkills AnimalScience/Plant Science/Horticulture Course3 Agriculture Mechanics Course3 Agriculture Mechanics • Introduction to mechanicaltheory • Safety • Selection of powertools • Electricalwiring • Plumbing • Hydraulics • Mechanicalengines • Buildingmaterials • Welding • Cold metal workingtools • Automationsystems • Precisionagriculture • FFA • Introduction to mechanicaltheory • Safety • Selection of powertools • Electricalwiring • Plumbing • Hydraulics • Mechanicalengines • Buildingmaterials • Welding • Cold metal workingtools • Automationsystems • Precisionagriculture • FFA • Animalhusbandry • Plantscience/horticulture • Mechanicalskills • Automationsystems • Precisionagriculture • Agribusinessrecordkeeping • Leadership • PublicSpeaking • Parliamentaryprocedure • Agriculturalsafety • Intra-personalskills • Introduction toFFA • Animalhusbandry • Plantscience/horticulture • Mechanicalskills • Automationsystems • Precisionagriculture • Agribusinessrecordkeeping • Leadership • PublicSpeaking • Parliamentaryprocedure • Agriculturalsafety • Intra-personalskills • Introduction toFFA • Taxonomy • Hands-oneducation • Projects andactivities • Characteristicsofplant/animal science • Productionproblems • Solvingproblems • Communicating • Engagement with business and industry • FFA • Taxonomy • Hands-oneducation • Projects andactivities • Characteristicsofplant/animal science • Productionproblems • Solvingproblems • Communicating • Engagement with business and industry • FFA • Leadershipskills • Next step tocareer • Preparationforcollege opportunities • Farm/Ranch/Rangeland managementpractices • FFA • Leadershipskills • Next step tocareer • Preparationforcollege opportunities • Farm/Ranch/Rangeland managementpractices • FFA Advanced SynthesisCourse Course4 Agribusiness Management • Entrepreneurship • Financialmanagement • Recordkeeping • Agribusinessmanagement • Farmsteadlayout • Entrepreneurship • Financial management • Record keeping • Agribusiness management • Farmstead layout Tolearnmore,orgetstarted,pleasecontactyourRegional CTECoordinator

  11. Agriculture, Food &NaturalResources Systems Forestry & Forest Products The Natural Resources/Forestry Program of Study reflects the career opportunities within Oregon’s diverse natural resource industries. The focus on natural resources/forestry production, management, and leadership skills is reinforced within the program. Students enrolled within the Natural Resources/Forestry Program of Study are eligible to participate within the Future Natural Resource Leaders (FNRL) student leadership organization(CTSO).

  12. FORESTRY & FOREST PRODUCTS START-UPPLAN Course1 BasicSkills Introduction to Natural Resources/Forestry Course 2 AdvancedSkills Natural Resource System Management Course3 Careers Natural Resources/ Forestry • Advanced SynthesisCourse • Personal careerinterest • Student’sindividualizedlearning plan • Careeropportunitiesinthelocal and regional employmentsector • Leadershipskills • Next step tocareer • Preparationforcollege opportunities • FNRL • Plantidentification • Navigationtools • Mapreading/interpretation • Toolusage • Rangelandresources • Silviculture • Dendrology • Heritage of Oregon’sforests • Resourceutilization • Economicneeds • Recreation/tourism • Components ofsustainability • IntroductiontoFNRLstudent leadership • FNRL Advanced SynthesisCourse • Management/ResourceUtilization • Economy ofResources • Internalandexternalfactorsinthe environment • Sustainability • Role of managementstrategies • Understandingofhealthynatural resourcesystems • Issues associated with resources management • Utilization of publiclands • FNRL To learn more, or get started, please contact your Regional CTECoordinator

  13. Arts, Information &Communications Information Technology/ComputerScience This sequence of courses prepares students for pathways into computer technology-related industries. Students will increase their level of understanding in applying skills that are relevant to local and national entry-level positions, as well as college-ready academic skills. A successful program framework should include flexibility for focus on the various techniques seen in the industry, such as coding languages, and hardware and software designstructures.

  14. INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY START-UPPLAN Start-UpProgram Year1 Perkins Program of Study Year2 High Quality Perkins to High Wage, High Demand Career, Year3 • Designed for beginning structural programming, webpage design, and programminglanguage • Examplecourses: • Web Design1 • Computer Game Design1 • Deeper understanding of programming language, including graphics, circuit design, game design, app development • Examplecourses: • Web Design2 • Computer Game Design2 • Jobshadoworsite visit • Advanced topics such as AI, UX design, and advanced graphics • Examplecourses: • Java Programming CS 161 - PSU Credit (full- yearcourse) • Internship This POS could be a 3-year pathway offering 3credits, including 1 dual college credit and career related learning experiences Tolearnmore,orgetstarted,pleasecontactyourRegional CTECoordinator

  15. Arts, Information &Communications Web & Digital MediaProduction This sequence of arts-based design courses prepares students for pathways into modern digital media industries. Students will have the chance to grow their basic skills to an advanced level of design and production while connecting their academic skills and learning valuable workplace-ready skills. A program framework should include flexibility for focus on the varied creative methods and skills used in the industry, such as digital design, editing, andproduction.

  16. DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION START-UPPLAN Start-UpProgram Year1 Perkins Program of Study Year2 High Quality Perkins to High Wage, High Demand Career, Year3 • Advanced editing techniques, lighting, sound, photography, creating industry qualityvideos • Examplecourses: • Advanced Digital Media: Web and Video Design • Internship • Designed for learning basic ICT tools, operations forcommunication,roles of creators in production, and presentation of visual and mediaarts • Examplecourses: • Digital Media Production1 • Digital Media Production2 • Deeper understanding of tools, materials, technical knowledge, skills, and expression of aesthetic vision • Examplecourses: • DigitalMedia Production3 • DigitalMedia Production4 • Job shadow orsite • visit This POS could be a 3-year pathway offering 3credits, including 1 dual college credit and career related learning experiences Tolearnmore,orgetstarted,pleasecontactyourRegional CTECoordinator

  17. Business &Management Business Management &Administration (BMA) The BMA CTE Program of Study focuses on the business needs of Oregon's students as they prepare to enter and succeed in the world of business. The careers in this area span virtually every industry in the world. Studies in Business &Management focus on the commonalities among most businesses, including concepts like personnel management, marketing, planning, finance, and resourcemanagement.

  18. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT &ADMINISTRATION (BMA) START-UPPLAN Start -UpProgram, Year 1, OneCourse Perkins Program of Study, Year 2, AddCourses High QualityPerkins High Wage, High Demand Career, Year3 • BusinessManagement • Principles 2(semester) • –and– • Entrepreneurship 2 (semester) • Technical SkillAssessment • Job shadow or sitevisit • Internship • FBLA • Intro to Business 1 (semester) • –and/or– • Intro to Business2 • Future Business Leaders of America(FBLA) • Business Management Principles 1(semester) • –and/or– • Entrepreneurship 1 (semester) • FBLA This POS could be a 3-year pathway offering 3 credits, including 1 dual college credit and careerrelated learningexperiences To learnmoreorgetstarted,pleasecontactyour Regional CTECoordinator

  19. Business &Management Marketing & Entrepreneurship The Marketing & Entrepreneurship CTE POS is focused on students in Oregon who anticipate they will be launching businesses in their community and need to be versed not only in the skills of their industry, but on how to run a business in that industry. This program stands on its own for students who see themselves providing business expertise to start-up businesses in their community; It also prepares students interested in Marketing careers; and thirdly, itstands as a complement to other Programs of Study in which students think they might want to start or operate small businesses in their own careerfield.

  20. MARKETING & ENTREPRENEURSHIP START-UPPLAN Perkins Program of Study, Year 2, AddCourses High QualityPerkins High Wage, High Demand Career, Year3 Start-UpProgram, Year 1, OneCourse • Entrepreneurship 1 (semester) • -and/or • Marketing1 • DECAorganization • Business Management Principles 1(semester) • –and– • Entrepreneurship 3(sem) • Marketing 3 • Technical SkillAssessment • Job shadow or sitevisit • Internship • DECA • Entrepreneurship 2 (semester) • –and– • Marketing 2(semester) • DECA This POS could be a 3-year pathway offering 3 credits, including 1 dual college credit and careerrelated learningexperiences Tolearnmoreorget started,pleasecontactyour Regional CTECoordinator

  21. HealthSciences TherapeuticServices The Health Sciences Therapeutic Services Program of Study prepares students for pathways into all health care careers. Following national health science standards, completion of this Program of Study provides usable knowledge and skills that carry to further training at community colleges and universities. Students enrolled in the Health Sciences TherapeuticServicesProgramofStudyareeligibletoparticipatewithin the Future Health Care student leadershiporganization.

  22. THERAPEUTIC SERVICES START-UPPLAN Course1 HealthOccupations Course 2 Health SciencesI Course 3 Health SciencesII • Exploration of HealthCareers • Ethicswithincultural,social, and ethnicdifferences • Medical mathprinciples • Methods of deliveringand • obtaininginformation • Communicatingeffectively • Employabilityskills • HOSA (Future Health Professionals) • Legalresponsibilities • Safetypractices • Humananatomy/physiology • Common diseases anddisorders • Teamwork/Roles and responsibilities of individual membersaspartofthe healthcareteam • How key systems affect services performed and quality ofcare • Health maintenancepractices • Informationtechnology • Technicalskills • HOSA • This course requires a Technical Skill Assessment(TSA) Course 4 SeniorCapstone Tolearnmore,orgetstarted,pleasecontactyourRegional CTECoordinator

  23. HealthSciences Biotechnology Research & Development The Health Sciences Biotechnology Research & Development Program of Study prepares students for pathways into all health care careers with an emphasis to develop technologies and products that help improve our lives and the health of our planet. Following national health science standards, completion of this Program of Study includes dual credit options for continuance of training at community colleges anduniversities. Please Note: The Oregon Department of Education does not endorse curriculums. However, following is an example of how one Oregon high school developed Project Lead the Way (PLTW) courses into an Oregon Health Sciences Program ofStudy.

  24. BIOTECHNOLOGY START-UP PLAN* Course1 BiomedicalScience Course2 Human BodySystems Course3 MedicalInnervations • Humananatomy/physiology • Medicalmathematics • Communicatingeffectively • Medicalterminology • Written communicationskills • Infectioncontrol • Basic computerskills • Diseases anddisorders • Healthybehaviors • Cultural,social andethnic diversity • Personalsafety • Environmentalsafety • Technicalskills • Healthcare deliverysystems • Legal responsibilities and implications • Legalpractices • Ethicalpractice • Common safetyhazards • Emergencyproceduresand protocols • Keyprinciplesofhealth informationsystems • Privacyandconfidentiality of healthinformation • Personal traits of a healthcareprofessional • Career decisionmaking • Employabilityskills • Employability preparation • Team member participation Course4 ComputerScience Principles * This information is provided as a courtesy case study of how the Health and Science School inBeaverton uses Project Lead the Way. For more information, visit Health and Science School CTE ProgramListing. http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/stats/opte/ApprPrgs.aspx?school=00004638&year=2017 To learn more, or get started, please contact your Regional CTECoordinator

  25. HumanResources Education & Training An Education & Training Program of Study may be one of the simplest to implement, as many high schools have much of the infrastructure needed for a POS in this area already in place. An Education & Training POS aligns with Oregon’s industry need to develop secondary and CTE teachers, and prepares students to enter into the teacher preparation pipeline in Oregon. An Education & Training POS can be used in conjunction with other CTE POSs to help students develop careers teaching or training in their chosen career pathway.

  26. EDUCATION & TRAINING START-UPPLAN Course1 Basic Skills:Leadership Course2 AdvancedSkills: Teaching Profession Course3 Workplace Experience: (Teacher’sAide/Assistant) • Focus on helping students learn to establish a positive climate to promote learning, as well as foundation skills to maintain relationships withothersinan effortto increase support for the organization • EducatorsRising • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America(FCCLA) • SkillsUSA • Focus on providing students the basics of developmental theory and introduction to the teachingprofession • Students learn about standards, instruction, classroom instruction, and assessment • EducatorsRising • FCCLA • SkillsUSA • Focus on practicum experience, providing students the opportunity to use knowledge and skills to assist classroom teacher to plan and prepare effective instruction, develop standards-based goals, and assistinthepromotionofa positive learning environment • EducatorsRising • FCCLA • SkillsUSA To learn more, or get started, please contact your Regional CTECoordinator

  27. Industrial &EngineeringSystems AdvancedManufacturing This sequence of courses prepares students for pathways into modern manufacturing and engineering industries. Students will have the chance to grow their basic skills to an advanced level of design and production while developing their academic and workplace skills. A program framework should be flexible to focus on the various materials seen in the industry, such as woods, metals, or mixed materials.

  28. ADVANCED MANUFACTURING START-UPPLAN Course1 BasicSkills Course 2 AdvancedSkills Course3 ManufacturingProcesses • Focus is on design and production of products that require integration ofskills • The goal is to simulate a productionfacility • SkillsUSA • Focus is on using basic tools for design, layout, andproduction • Manual processes are emphasized, as well as 2Ddesign • SkillsUSA • Focus is on building existingskills,with development of 3D design and technology enhanced processes, such asCNC • SkillsUSA To learn more, or get started, please contact your Regional CTECoordinator

  29. Industrial &EngineeringSystems ConstructionTechnology The Construction Technology program prepares students for pathways into construction, architecture, and civil engineering. A student will be able to develop skills needed to design and build structures starting with basic tools and plans moving into larger projects where students are involved in the design. A design/build project that integrates a variety of materials and construction methods can range from new house construction to smaller structures such assheds.

  30. CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY START-UPPLAN Course1 Basic Tools andDesign Course 2 AdvancedSkills Course3 Integrated Construction Projects • Focus is onbuilding • construction anddesign • Students advance knowledge and skills in construction carpentry focused on framing, stairs, roofing, siding,etc. • Students create plans for projects that integrate these concepts using architectural designsoftwareand technology • SkillsUSA • Focus is to provide students with a more in-depth look at the design/build industry • Students use previously learned skills to work on full structures that can range from full houses to smaller site-built projects, such as gazebos orsheds • SkillsUSA • Focus is ondeveloping • skills in using basic woodworking tools and techniques through a series of small projects that can be completed in a shop • Students experience design by reading and creating drawings for their projects • SkillsUSA To learn more, or get started, please contact your Regional CTECoordinator

  31. Industrial &EngineeringSystems Engineering Technology The Engineering Technology program prepares students’ pathways into engineering or engineering technician careers. Students use design processes and tools to develop prototypes for solutions to a variety of problems. The program culminates in a capstone course where students work in teams to identify their own problems and solutions.

  32. ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY START-UPPLAN Course1 Basic Engineering Processes Course2 EngineeringDesign Course3 Advanced Engineering Design • Focus is onfundamental • concepts inengineering • Students learn about mechanical and electrical systems through a variety of short-term, defined projects • Students also use design tools to communicate theirsolutions • SkillsUSA • Technical Student Association(TSA) • Focus is on identifying problems that can be solved using engineering principles and developing solutions • Students work in teams to develop a working prototype oftheir ownsolutionand communicate their design to review teams, simulating the way engineering happens in realsettings • SkillsUSA • Technical Student Association(TSA) • Focus is on working in teams to design solutions to posed problems that increase incomplexity • Students create drawings and prototypes that show proof of concept and communicate their solutions to otherteams • SkillsUSA • Technical Student Association(TSA) To learn more, or get started, please contact your Regional CTECoordinator

  33. Resources • List of Regional CTE Coordinators: http://www.oregon.gov/ode/learning- options/CTE/resources/Pages/CTE-Network.aspx • ODE Contacts by Career LearningArea: • Agriculture, Food and Natural ResourcesSystems: • ReynoldGardner reynold.gardner@ode.state.or.us • Arts, Information andCommunications: • DeniseBrock denise.brock@ode.state.or.us • Business andManagement: RonDodge HealthSciences: ArtWitkowski HumanResources: Jim Taylor ron.dodge@ode.state.or.us art.witkowski@ode.state.or.us jim.taylor@ode.state.or.us Industrial and EngineeringSystems: TomThompson tom.thompson@ode.state.or.us

  34. Thankyou!