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C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
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C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
C T E  Advisory  Council Meeting
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Presentation for CaTE Advisory Council Meeting held May 13, 2009.

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  • 1. Career Cluster/Pathway Update April 17, 2009
  • 2. USD 469‐ Lansing High School  Career and Technical Education Advisory Council    I. Roll Call  II. Introduction of Members  III. New Business  a. Election of Chair  b. Presentation of Current Program/Program Changes  c. Conversation of Changes in Business/Student Preparedness  d. Project for Advisory Council?  e. New Technologies  IV. Next Meeting Date   V.  Adjournment /Tour of Facilities if Wanted 
  • 3. Background Information Terms – Career Cluster Career Fields Career Pathways Foundation Knowledge & Skills Personal Plan of Study Program of Study SEE TERM HANDOUT
  • 4. Career Clusters Terminology Career and Technical Education: Organized educational activities that offer a sequence of courses that provides individuals with coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in current or emerging professions, provides technical skill proficiency, an industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or an associate degree, may include prerequisite courses (other than remedial courses) that meet other requirements; and include competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of an industry, including entrepreneurship of an individual. [Section3(5)] Perkins Act of 2006: The Official Guide Career Clusters: Kansas identifies 16 Career Clusters. These are occupations that are organized around common knowledge and skills that have common characteristics and job duties. The 16 Career Clusters are: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications; Information Technology; Architecture and Construction; Manufacturing; Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics; Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM); Health Science; Government and Public Administration; Education and Training; Human Services; Law, Public Safety, and Security; Business Management and Administration; Finance; Marketing; and Hospitality and Tourism. Career Fields: Occupations that are organized around broad, common knowledge and skills. The six Career Fields are: Environment and Agricultural Systems; Arts, Communication, and Information; Industrial, Manufacturing, and Engineering Systems; Health Science; Human Resources and Services; and Business, Marketing, and Management. Career Pathways: Kansas identifies 79 Pathways. Pathways are organized around more specific knowledge and skills and are based on a grouping of occupations. These are exactly what they sound like: a Pathway leading from education to career. The Pathway identifies each step, skill, education requirement and aptitude needed to be successful within any specific career. A Pathway is made up of a coherent, articulated sequence of rigorous academic & career related courses. Foundation Knowledge & Skills: Academic and technical skills that are the foundation for any career a 21st Century learner may pursue. The Foundation Knowledge & Skills are: Employability, Ethics, Systems, Teamwork, Career Development, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Information Technology Applications, Legal Responsibilities, Communication, and Safety, Health & Environment. Personal Plan of Study: A Personal Plan of Study is individualized for each student. It is a concentrated effort to explore career opportunities to aid a student in making insightful and purposeful decisions about career goals. It is designed to contain student assessments that reflect his/her abilities, personal interests, and both academic strengths and weaknesses. It should: 1) state the students’ career goals and intended postsecondary training; 2) contain a comprehensive 6 year educational plan based on the Kansas Career Clusters Model and Programs of Study, grades 8-14; and 3) include any other information that will assist the student in preparing a resume. Program of Study: A program of study is a comprehensive educational plan that includes all required academic courses, and electives that will enhance or complement a career interest area (Career Cluster). Also included are appropriate career and technical education (CTE) courses, work-based learning options and transition plans for after high school, potentially including two- and four-year institutions, apprenticeships, employer-based training, and lifelong learning.
  • 5. Labor Market Information (LMI) Definitions Pathways available for state approval at the secondary-level must meet the following criteria: Lead to high demand and high skill careers with postsecondary connections and/or industry credentials/certifications or Lead to high demand and high wage careers with postsecondary connections and/or industry credentials/certifications High Demand: An occupation that: Has a critical shortage of workers to fill the employment demands of industry, and Requires formal training exceeding that which can be provided on the job. High Skill: An occupation that requires all of the following: Specialized technical training, An advanced level of skill sets as defined by each industry and/or education (Examples: independent decision making, critical thinking, problem solving), A recognized validation of skill attainment or credential (Examples: certification, registration, licensure), and Includes mandatory continuing education and/or training. High Wage: An occupation that: Has a median wage for the occupation that is at least 200% above federal poverty level for a specific area/region or an entry wage of $13.75 or higher, and Offers a wage progression strategy. Wage & Employment Information is available at www.ksde.org on the Academic & Technical Education page for each of the Pathways in the Kansas Career Fields & Clusters Model. These documents should be used as a starting point for review and consideration when determining if a Pathway leads to high demand, high skill or high wage occupations. Other Resources: Kansas Department of Labor http://www.dol.ks.gov U.S. Department of Labor http://www.bls.gov/oco/ Career One Stop www.careeronestop.org
  • 6. Background Information
  • 7. Background Information
  • 8. Stop Right There, Why do We Want to do This??
  • 9. Stop Right There, Why do we Want to do This???????
  • 10. Stop Right There, Why do I Want to do This??????????? Student Engagement Student Future Plans Set up plans to help transition from MS to HS Set up plans to help transition from HS to Work/CC/University Helps show students relevance to the world outside of the walls of Lansing High School
  • 11. Where Are We Currently? Three Approved Programs. CAD (Aaron Wecas) FACS (Mary Kay Kelm) Business and Office Education (Sue Lednicky, Dustin Myers, Bob Parsons) Did You Know? We get additional funding for the courses that will fall into these Program of Study? Additional Money about $86,000 from State, $12,000 from Federal Carl Perkins.
  • 12. Where Are We Currently? Three Approved Programs. Must have course competencies approved by the state. Submit Course Outlines, Equipment, etc. to the state.
  • 13. Where Are We Going? Development of Other Programs of Study (Career Pathways) for our Students Some will be included through our Funded Courses. Design and Pre-Construction (Available 09-10) Web & Digital Communications or A/V Techniques (Will possibly be added.) (Available 10-11) Human Services (Available 09-10) Business Management and Administration (Available 10-11) Did You Know? We get additional funding for the courses that will fall into these Program SEE APPLICATION HANDOUT of Study? Additional Money about $86,000 from State, $12,000 from Federal Carl Perkins.
  • 14. Page 3 of 13 SECTION II: CAREER CLUSTERS IDENTIFICATION Directions: Select ONLY one (1) Pathway per application. NOTE: Every Kansas Career and Technical Education Program will submit a Career Pathway Application by 2012 to continue federal and state funding. The current Career and Technical Education Programs (VE-2) will remain approved to receive state funding for one year following pathway availability. Pathways will be developed following the tentative timeline below: Career Clusters Available for Implementation 2009-2010 AGRICULTURE, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES Vernon Schweer, 785-296-3956, Available 2008-2009 vschweer@ksde.org 01.0101 Agribusiness Systems 01.0201 Power, Structural & Technical Systems 01.0401 Food Products & Processing Systems 01.0901 Animal Systems 01.1101 Plant Systems 03.0101 Natural Resources Systems 01.9999 Biotechnology in Agriculture ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION Peggy Torrens, 785-296-2221, Available 2009-2010 ptorrens@ksde.org 46.0000 Construction 15.1303 Design & Pre-construction EDUCATION & TRAINING Debra Wenzel, 785-296-4912, Available 2008-2009 dwenzel@ksde.org 13.0101 Teaching/Training FINANCE Deb Hinrichs, 785-296-4916, Available 2009-2010 dhinrichs@ksde.org 52.0801 Business Finance HEALTH SCIENCE Karmey Olson, 785-296-2883, Available 2008-2009 kolson@ksde.org 51.9999 Health Science HUMAN SERVICES Debra Wenzel, 785-296-4912, Available 2009-2010 dwenzel@ksde.org 19.0401 Consumer Services 19.0709 Early Childhood Development and Services 19.0799 Family and Community Services MARKETING Deb Hinrichs, 785-296-4916, Available 2009-2010 dhinrichs@ksde.org 52.1401 Marketing Management Career Clusters to be developed in 2009-2010 Available for Implementation beginning 2010-2011 ARTS, AV TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATIONS BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION MANUFACTURING HOSPITALITY & TOURISM TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION, & LOGISTICS SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, & MATH LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY & SECURITY th KSDE | Academic & Technical Education, 120 SE 10 Avenue, Topeka, KS 66612-1182 www.ksde.org Rev. 12.13.2008
  • 15. Page 4 of 13 SECTION III: ADVISORY COMMITTEE INFORMATION Use this suggested format for the advisory committee list. Provide list of names of committee members, occupation, business/company name, and role represented on the advisory committee. Membership includes minimum of 3 voting members. Refer to the Advisory Committee Handbook for guidance. List name of advisory committee member and his/her role for the committee a. Chair – mandatory identification b. Vice-chair c. Recorder/secretary d. Member e. Postsecondary representative f. Student representative Identify occupation as identified in Career Clusters Programs of Study (www.careerclusters.org or www.ksde.org). For Marketing and Finance Pathways at least one member must be affiliated with a Fortune 500 Company. Give name of business/company represented. Occupation (Identified in Career Clusters Member Role Last Name First Name Business/Company Name Programs of Study) Chair SECTION IV: POSTSECONDARY CONNECTIONS Documentation that this secondary instructional pathway includes specific connections to postsecondary programs that include, but are not limited to, articulation agreements, concurrent enrollment, and/or advanced placement credit options. Include a copy of the signed agreement between secondary and postsecondary institutions appropriate to this pathway. (Reference Creating Articulation Agreements handbook) th KSDE | Academic & Technical Education, 120 SE 10 Avenue, Topeka, KS 66612-1182 www.ksde.org Rev. 12.13.2008
  • 16. Page 5 of 13 SECTION V: CTE COURSE INFORMATION List the course titles which represent the sequence of courses within this career pathway. List only courses identified as a CTE course. (Appendix E is a list of approved course sequences per cluster/pathway.) 1. Type all of the course titles and codes that represent the institution’s Sequence of Courses within the Career Pathway. 2. Indicate one grade level, not a range. 3. Indicate the actual course length in clock hours. 4. Pathways must include at least three secondary-level credits with at least one experience-based learning opportunity. Experience-based learning may be a credited course, integrated in one or more courses or required for all courses. Indicate the grade level and actual number of hours for the Experienced-Based Learning. Examples include: Internships; On-The-Job Training (OJT); In-house Marketing (IHM); In-house Training (IHT); Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE); (Agricultural, Food and Natural Resources, only); Clinical Rotations; and Integrated, if offered within the pathway. If you use a different title than what’s printed, please add it on the line in the chart below. An example of integrated experience based-learning is shadowing in a Health Science cluster/pathway. 5. The name of the course listed in this section must be exactly the same as the master schedule and the class roster at the LEA. FOR STATE LIST USE ONLY COURSE ONE LENGTH COURSE Checkmark LIST TOTAL SEQUENCE OF CTE COURSES WITHIN THE CAREER GRADE IN CLOCK CREDIT indicates PATHWAY LEVEL HOURS LENGTH funded course COMMON COURSE TITLE COURSE CODE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ LIST COURSE CLOCK CREDIT ONE HOURS, LENGTH, EXPERIENCE-BASED LEARNING WITHIN DESIGNATED CAREER PATHWAYS GRADE IF IF (IN NON-SEQUENTIAL ORDER). CHECK AND SPECIFY THOSE THAT APPLY. LEVEL APPLICABLE APPLICABLE Affiliated CTSO. Specify _ ___________ (Appendix D) Clinical Rotations (Health Science, only) Integrated, Specify_ ____________ ie. Shadowing in Health Sciences Internship On-The-Job Training (OJT) Registered Apprenticeship, Specify ___________________ Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) In-house Marketing (IHM) In-house Training (IHT) All courses include classroom/laboratory instruction and leadership training through the appropriate Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO). Submit cover sheet and Sections I-V of this application for each Career Pathway Program of Study offered within your institution. th KSDE | Academic & Technical Education, 120 SE 10 Avenue, Topeka, KS 66612-1182 www.ksde.org Rev. 12.13.2008
  • 17. Where Are We Going? Funded Courses/Programs Have three years (six semesters) of courses that lead to an industry standard test. Must include a work experience course/production course. Must include an articulation agreement. We will be working on refining and revising our existing programs to meet new requirements. SEE ROLE OF ADVISORY COUNCIL HANDOUT
  • 18. Functions of an > Contents Advisory Committee 2 Preliminary Steps 3 Goals, Objectives & Activities An Information Guidebook developed to assist Local Education 6 Organization & Operation Agencies comply with Cluster/Pathway approval. 8 Policies & Procedures Recognition of Members 9 Introduction 9 Concluding Advice To maintain Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs that meet current oc- cupational needs, CTE educators rely heavily on advice from business and industry. 10 Addenda An important step in establishing, maintaining, or up-grading an existing CTE cluster/pathway is the organization of a local Advisory Committee. Definitions 19 An Advisory Committee is a group of persons outside the education profession, comprised of representative lay-people, recognized and respected in their own fields of work who advise CTE educators, administrators, and local board of education members regarding clusters/pathways, based on the employment needs of the community, state, regional, national, and international marketplace. The general functions are to act in an advisory capacity for the development and operation of the CTE cluster/pathway. An Advisory Committee can assist in answering … This publication was developed Are students being prepared for the future job market? What should the training include? by the Kansas State Department Is curriculum addressing industry needs? of Education (KSDE), Innovation How can instructors verify competencies to industry standards? and Improvement, Career & What industry validated credentials (includes certificates or licenses) are Technical Education (CTE) Team. available within the cluster/pathway? Questions concerning this publi- Advisory Committees offer many services: cation should be directed to: They assist with the cluster/pathway development. Peggy Torrens—785-296-2221 They provide advice that is not easily obtainable elsewhere. They assist in public relations activities. or They offer different points of view. Sharon Ketter—785-296-4908 They can actively aid in the placement of graduates. They assist in keeping educational programs up-to-date. They assist in transition to post secondary education and training. They can offer training sites for internships or “live” work for In-House Training (IHT).
  • 19. KSDE Page 3 Goals, Objectives and Activities of Advisory Committee The Advisory Committee members evaluate the Career and Technical Education (CTE) cluster/pathway they are serving and advise the CTE coordinator and local administration on improvement of the cluster/pathway. The following information offers several suggestions for an advisory committee’s input, expertise, and action. Committee members Analyze the course content: Suggested Activities may include but are not limited to: Review and suggest content for courses of study and standards of advise the LEA proficiency in areas which are essential to becoming successfully employed in a career path. on improvement Review sequence of courses that comprise the pathway. of the Review Articulation Agreements. Pathway. Review course outlines, occupational outlook, course competencies, career development skills, and Career Cluster knowledge and skills. Help develop educational objectives. Review software packages, textbooks, resources and other supplementary materials. Advise on the extent to which academic skills and work attitudes should be taught. Review career exploration and awareness courses offered K-8. Recommend standards for experience-based learning activities, work-based learning experiences, projects and programs. Assist with Industry Credentials: Suggested Activities may include but are not limited to: Advise on industry validated credentials available within the pathway occupations. Assist with obtaining testing for industry credentials, licenses and certifications. Evaluate facilities and program equipment: Suggested Activities may include but are not limited to: Review existing equipment, facilities, and resources. Review lab equipment (computers, printers, video, etc.) and compare with the current and future technology and industry standards. Review lab (or shop) safety program. Review room (shop, lab) layout, space requirements, workstations, lighting, ventilation, etc., and compare with industry norms and State Pathway Standards and recommendations. (Cont. Next Page)
  • 20. KSDE Page 4 Goals, Objectives and Activities of Advisory Committee (Cont.) Assist with Instructional and Learning Experience: Suggested Activities may include but are not limited to: Advise on methods of instruction most appropriate for course content. Committee Provide plant tours and field experiences for students and teachers. Members Can Identify or suggest resource personnel to enrich the instructional content. Assist in Assist in establishing training stations where students can obtain the Establishing appropriate occupational work-based experience. Internship Assist in locating sample kits of raw materials, finished products, charts, posters, etc. for exhibit and instructional purposes in the classroom, Training Sites lab, and shop. for Students. Assist in obtaining school equipment and supplies on loan, as gifts, or at special prices. Support Career and Technical Student Organizations and sponsor student incentives, prizes, and scholarships. Suggest qualified persons for teacher vacancies or as substitutes. Participate as a resource person to enhance the instructional process. Sponsor Teachers for summer Externship opportunities. Assist with Job Opportunities: Suggested Activities may include but are not limited to: Assist in surveying manpower needs. (Consult wage and Job Outlook information on KSDE Website) Advise on new and emerging occupations. Advise on the changing nature of the competencies in occupational fields. Assist in placing graduates or pathway concentrators. Inform the school of opportunities to place students in full- or part-time jobs. Establish and maintain current library resources pertaining to career opportunities. Provide relevant information to teachers and counselors concerning desirable aptitudes, education, and experience background that applicants need for entry-level jobs and postsecondary education. Advise on ways to recruit and retain students in pathways leading to careers that are nontraditional for their gender. (Cont. Next Page)
  • 21. Where Are We Going? Ultimately should lead to an entire change in the conversations that we have with students. Career oriented Coordination between Counseling, Career and Technical Education, and Traditional Academic Education
  • 22. Where Are We Going? Ultimately should lead to an entire change in the conversations that we have with students. Career oriented Coordination between Counseling, Career and Technical Education, and Traditional Academic Education
  • 23. Where are we at? Developing a Program of Study for the Career Pathway. What does that look like?
  • 24. Course Structure for Program of Study Foundational Course: A course that could apply across all 16 clusters. For example, an employability/resume writing course as part of a program of study. Cluster Course: A course that could fit more than one pathway, the skills taught in such a course would be applicable in all the pathways in the cluster. Pathway Course: A course particular to a specific pathway within a cluster.
  • 25. Resources www.ksde.org

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