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ESU 10 CTE Teacher Collaboration Day. January 2014. Welcome & Introductions. Please introduce yourselves: School What do you teach? How did you spend your holiday break?. Today’s Agenda. Navigate the ESU 10 Consortium web page to find resources for accessing Perkins funds

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welcome introductions
Welcome & Introductions

Please introduce yourselves:

  • School
  • What do you teach?
  • How did you spend

your holiday break?

today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • Navigate the ESU 10 Consortium web page to find resources for accessing Perkins funds
  • Share ideas for obtaining reimbursement for approved equipment
  • Investigate the potential of virtual field trips, videos, and other electronic resources
  • Identify the role of Career Ready Practice Standards in our work
  • Review and compare local programs with State Model Programs of Study
perkins consortium resources
Perkins Consortium Resources

http://blog.esu10.org/cte/

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Perkins Consortium Resources

Use the tabs at the top of the page to access important forms and information.

use of perkins funds
Use of Perkins Funds
  • Review the Quick Guide handout individually
  • As you read, think about what you may be considering as a future purchase for your classroom
  • Once you have finished, stand up and find someone to discuss your “a-ha” with
virtual ne industry tours
Virtual NE Industry Tours
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
  • Will develop for each of 16 career clusters

*Slide provided by Bonnie Sibert, NCE

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H3 Websiteh3.ne.gov/H3/
  • Hot Jobs – high skill, high wage, high demand occupations
  • Identify H3 occupations in the state and region
  • Video tutorial available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zfctSZXsHA
  • High skill – occupations that require some form of training and education above high school
  • High wage – wages at or above the median
  • High demand – determined by # of annual openings, net change in employment, and growth rate for specific occupation

*Slide provided by Bonnie Sibert, NCE

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Career Readiness Modules

Professional Readiness Modules

http://nelearn.myelearning.org/

*Slide provided by Bonnie Sibert, NCE

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http://www.education.ne.gov/NCE/Standards.html

Use the link provided to review the standards. On the checklist handout, highlight the standards you are NOT teaching.

please share
Please Share!
  • What successful instructional practices, strategies, or classroom projects do you implement that address the Career Ready Practice Standards?
  • What makes it effective?
survey monkey
Survey Monkey

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WBZRPSS

esu 10 report card
ESU 10 Report Card

Find your school & analyze the performance report

adolescent literacy project
Adolescent Literacy Project

Research-based literacy strategies that will increase student achievement based on the following research-based recommendations:

  • Provide explicit vocabulary instruction
  • Provide direct and explicit comprehension strategy instruction
  • Provide opportunities for extended discussion of text meaning and interpretation
  • Increase student motivation and engagement in literacy learning