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  • Success Strategies for Implementing the Information Technology Career Cluster Joyce Malyn-Smith, PI Center for Education, Employment and Community at EDC Siobhan Bredin, Senior Technology Associate Center for Education, Employment and Community at EDC for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Agenda
    • Welcome & Introductions
    • Elements of a Successful ITCC Implementation
    • Tools for Planning & Implementation
    • Phases of Planning & Implementation
    • Q & A
    • Small Group Work
    • Small Group Report Out
    • Close
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS EDC: Building Bridges Between Research & Practice
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS The IT Career Development Model Grades K-Adult Work Based Experience EMPLOYMENT IT DEGREE PROGRAMS AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS Examples: Computer/Information Systems Analyst, Computer/Information Scientist, Computer Security Specialist Software or Hardware Engineer, Programmer
    • SOURCES
    • IT Pathway Pipeline Model
    • NWCET Skill Standards for Information Technology
    • The Ohio Information Technology Competency Profile
    Model revised 10-18-02 - Version 10  2002, EDC CAREER CONCENTRATIONS/PATHWAYS CORE KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS L I F E L O N G L E A R N I N G IT careers involve the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services. In addition to career opportunities in the IT industry, IT careers are available in every sector of the economy, from Financial Services to Medical Services, Business to Engineering.
    • Programming & Software Development
    • Programming/Software Engineering
    • Information Support & Services
    • Database Development & Administration
    • Enterprise Systems Analysis & Integration
    • Technical Support
    • Technical Writer
    • Interactive Media
    • Digital Media
    • Web Development & Administration
    • Network Systems
    • Network Design & Administration
    IT Fluency: Career Exploration and IT Skills for Work IT Literacy: Career Awareness and IT Skills for Learning ACADEMIC FOUNDATION/INTENSIVE IT CAREER EXPLORATION
    • Information Technology Applications
    • Systems
    • Safety, Health and Environmental
    • Leadership and Teamwork
    • Academic Foundations
    • Communications
    • Problem Solving and Critical Thinking
    • Ethics and Legal Responsibilities
    • Employability and Career Development
    • Technical Skills
    New & Emerging Applications
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Success Elements: Build a Community with a Common Vision
    • Raise awareness of need and value of clusters
    • Develop partnerships involving the right people from key stakeholder groups who become champions
      • involve them continuously in all relevant aspects of the project
    • Identify pilot sites that are willing and ready to implement the cluster
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Success Elements: ITCC Consortium
    • States: Arkansas, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Utah, Washington
    • American Association of Community Colleges
    • American Greetings Corporation
    • American Society for Training and Development
    • Applied Information Management Institute
    • Brainbench
    • Center for Occupational Research & Development
    • The Chauncey Group International
    • Chicago Software Association
    • City on a Hill Charter School
    • Complete Business Solutions
    • CompTIA
    • Convergys Corporation
    • Devry
    • DigiPen Institute of Technology
    • ExplorNet
    • The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
    • IBM
    • Institute for Women in Trades, Technology & Science (IWITTS)
    • Intel Corporation
    • International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
    • Knoxville College
    • Lab-Volt Systems, Inc.
    • League for Innovation in the Community College
    • Macromedia
    • Marathon Ashland Petroleum
    • McNulty & Associates
    • Microsoft
    • NASDCTEc
    • National Academy Foundation (NAF)
    • National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies (NWCET)
    • Novell
    • Oracle
    • SAP America
    • Thinkquest
    • Trinity Technology
    • World Organization of Webmasters
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Making Sense of IT for Learning, Living & Working Hardware Hardware Software Multimedia/Web Systems Integration IT INDUSTRY SPECIFIC TECHNICAL SKILLS/COMPETENCIES IT INTEGRATION APPLICATION-INTENSIVE SKILLS/COMPETENCIES Agriculture/ Natural Resources Construction Manufacturing Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Wholesale/ Retail Sales & Service Hospitality & Tourism Business & Administration Health Science Human Services Arts & Audio-Visual Communications Legal & Protective Services Scientific, Research, Engineering & Technical Education & Training Public Administration/ Government Financial Services IT SCANS
    • TECHNOLOGY
    • INFORMATION
    • SYSTEMS
    IT for LEARNING & LIVING: K-LIFELONG
    • HARDWARE/
    • SOFTWARE
    • Support
    • Management
    • HARDWARE/
    • SOFTWARE
    • Support
    • Management
    • HARDWARE/
    • SOFTWARE
    • Design
    • Development
    IT USERS IT PRODUCERS IT Career Cluster Initiative is focused in this area NSF IT Applications Across Careers is focused in this area
    • HARDWARE/
    • SOFTWARE
    • Design
    • Development
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Success Elements: Define Program Area IT careers involve the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia and systems integration services. In addition to career opportunities in the IT industry, IT careers are available in every sector of the economy, from Financial Services to Medical Services, Business to Engineering and Environmental Services.* * The majority of IT jobs are in non-IT companies.
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Success Elements: Conduct a Planning Process
    • Assess infrastructure, existing partnerships and status of curriculum and skills available at pilot site(s) relating to the cluster
    • Provide an in-depth orientation to cluster model, curriculum framework and standards
    • Conduct a planning institute with pilot team members
      • set local goals
      • develop implementation plan
      • identify staff development resources needed to implement plan
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Success Elements: Consortium States/Pilot Sites
    • Arkansas
      • Bryant High School
    • Illinois
      • Bloomington Area Vocational Center
      • Heartland Community College
    • Maryland
      • Western School of Technology
    • Michigan
      • Oakland Schools
      • Traverse Bay Area Intermediate Schools
    • Minnesota
      • Northwest Technical College
    • Nebraska
      • Omaha South High School
    • New York
      • George Westinghouse High School
      • New York City College of Technology
    • North Carolina
      • Guilford County Schools
    • Ohio
      • Auburn Career Center
    • Oklahoma
      • Muskogee District
      • Ponca City District
    • Utah
      • Davis Applied Technology College
    • Washington
      • Pasco High School
      • South Kitsap High School
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Success Elements: Build capacity to implement and replicate
    • Gap Analysis/Program and Curriculum
      • align program to model
      • conduct curriculum analysis on foundation skills and pathways
      • use cluster resources to fill gaps
    • Provide targeted and just-in-time technical assistance and support to build capacity of implementation teams (12 to 18 months), link to networks
    • Enable transition to dissemination centers through hand-in-hand support, consistent materials, network
    • Provide leadership and support removing institutional and organizational barriers to growth
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Success Tools: The IT Career Development Model Grades K-Adult Work Based Experience EMPLOYMENT IT DEGREE PROGRAMS AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS Examples: Computer/Information Systems Analyst, Computer/Information Scientist, Computer Security Specialist Software or Hardware Engineer, Programmer
    • SOURCES
    • IT Pathway Pipeline Model
    • NWCET Skill Standards for Information Technology
    • The Ohio Information Technology Competency Profile
    Model revised 10-18-02 - Version 10  2002, EDC CAREER CONCENTRATIONS/PATHWAYS CORE KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS L I F E L O N G L E A R N I N G IT careers involve the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services. In addition to career opportunities in the IT industry, IT careers are available in every sector of the economy, from Financial Services to Medical Services, Business to Engineering.
    • Programming & Software Development
    • Programming/Software Engineering
    • Information Support & Services
    • Database Development & Administration
    • Enterprise Systems Analysis & Integration
    • Technical Support
    • Technical Writer
    • Interactive Media
    • Digital Media
    • Web Development & Administration
    • Network Systems
    • Network Design & Administration
    IT Fluency: Career Exploration and IT Skills for Work IT Literacy: Career Awareness and IT Skills for Learning ACADEMIC FOUNDATION/INTENSIVE IT CAREER EXPLORATION
    • Information Technology Applications
    • Systems
    • Safety, Health and Environmental
    • Leadership and Teamwork
    • Academic Foundations
    • Communications
    • Problem Solving and Critical Thinking
    • Ethics and Legal Responsibilities
    • Employability and Career Development
    • Technical Skills
    New & Emerging Applications
  • George Westinghouse High School IT Career Cluster Model Grades 9-12 Work Based Experience EMPLOYMENT IT DEGREE PROGRAMS AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS CISCO (CCNA), MCSE (Prof, Server), Multimedia Internet Technologies (WOW – World Organization of Webmasters), Auto CADD, CompTIA A+ Computer Repair, Oracle Internet Academy (Data Management and Java Computer Programming), Electrical Technology and Applications CAREER CLUSTER CONCENTRATIONS/PATHWAYS
    • Programming & Software Development
    • Data Management and Java Computer Programming
    • Information Support & Services
    • Electrical Technology and Applications
    • CompTIA A+ Computer Repair
    • National Academy Foundation
    • Interactive Media
    • Multimedia Internet Technologies (Web Design, Adobe Premier)
    • Network Systems
    • CISCO (CCNA)
    • Windows 2000 Professional and Server
    CLUSTER FOUNDATION
    • Employability Skills
    • Academic Foundation
    • IT Applications
      • Computer Applications
    • Technical Skills
      • Data Communications
      • Internet
      • IT Technology Basics
      • IT Technical Foundation*
    • Systems
      • Economic & Business Concepts
    POST_SECONDARY New & Emerging Applications IT Fluency: Student Internships, Mentoring (SIAC and HSBC), Shadowing and Teacher Externships IT Literacy: Integrating IT in all content areas, Career Fairs, Guest Speakers Smaller Learning Communities ACADEMIC FOUNDATION/INTENSIVE IT CAREER EXPLORATION
  • CAREER CLUSTER CONCENTRATIONS/PATHWAYS Programming & Software Development - Programming Information Support & Services - Database - Computer Tech Support Interactive Media - Internet Design Network Systems - Microcomputer & Network Technology C A R E E R D E V E L O P M E N T/ L I F E L O N G L E A R N I N G The Northwest Technical College IT Career Cluster Model EMPLOYMENT We work with business partners in maintaining workforce skills by customizing courses to meet industry needs. IT DEGREE PROGRAMS AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS Programs: Computer Programming Computer Systems Electronics Computer Technical Support Specialist Microcomputer & Network Technology Admin Support – Cptr Emphasis Library & Information Technology Accounting Clerk – Microcomputer Applications Emphasis Database Specialist Certificate 15 cr certificate – CTS Database Administration Certificate 16 cr certificate – CTS Certifications: (College is certified to do testing)  MOUS  A+  Cisco  MCSE  CIW  IC3  “ Grow Your Own IT” (test ready)
  • Grades K-20 Work Based Experience EMPLOYMENT IT DEGREE PROGRAMS AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS Examples: Computer/Information Systems Analyst, Computer/Information Scientist, Software or Hardware Engineer, Programmer CAREER CLUSTER CONCENTRATIONS/PATHWAYS
    • Programming & Software Development
    • Visual Basic
    • Information Support & Services
    • Oracle Internet Academy
    • A+ Certification
    • Interactive Media
    • Certified Webmaster Professional
    • Network Systems
    • Windows 2000 Server & Professional
    • Windows 2000 Enterprise Systems
    CLUSTER FOUNDATION
    • IT & Business Essentials
    C A R E E R D E V E L O P M E N T/ L I F E L O N G L E A R N I N G
    • IT Applications
      • MOUS Coursework
      • Digital Media
    • Technical Skills
      • Internet Essentials
      • A+ Essentials
      • Server+
      • Associate Webmaster Professional
      • Intro to Computer Programming
    • Systems
      • Marketing and E-Commerce Essentials
    South Kitsap High School IT Career Cluster Model Fitting the pieces together New & Emerging Applications IT Fluency: Job Shadowing, Internships IT Literacy: Career Fairs, Guest Speakers (Junior High Schools) ACADEMIC FOUNDATION/INTENSIVE IT CAREER EXPLORATION
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Success Tools: Capacity Building
    • Informational Sessions:
      • Face to face
      • Webcast
      • Conference call
    • Planning Institutes
    • Professional Development Institutes
      • Program implementation
      • Gap analysis/curriculum alignment
      • Scenario development
    • Ongoing Information Exchange:
      • Face to face
      • Online forums
      • Conference calls
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS
    • Implementation interests and approaches of school communities tend to fall into one of phases below and to benefit from assistance and support for varying periods of time:
      • Informational/Planning (6 months – 1 year)
      • Implementation (1 year – 18 months)
      • Capacity Building (18 – 24 months
    Planning/Implementation Phases
    • Q & A
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Preparation for Small Group Work
    • Using the attached ITCD Priority form, prioritize the following elements of ITCD program planning-implementation-expansion for your state/district/school:
        • Planning, partnership & infrastructure
        • Curriculum, instruction & assessment
        • Professional development
        • Accountability/Measurement
    • When you have completed the prioritization, move to the section of the room labeled with your top priority element
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Small Group Work
    • For your top priority
      • (15 minutes)
      • fill in 1-3 goal(s) and the associated resources, challenges and TA needs
    • With other group members & facilitator
      • (10 minutes)
      • identify list of goals and types of assistance that could help to achieve them
    • Report out
      • (15 minutes)
  • Resources
    • ITCC pilot state/site presenters at this institute:
      • Tuesday, June 3: 2:00-3:00
        • Sessions B2, B6, B7 & B9
      • Tuesday, June 3: 3:30-5:00
        • What Works Trade Show – Tables 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9
      • Wednesday, June 4: 8:30-9:30
        • Sessions C6 & C7
      • Wednesday, June 4: 9:30 – 10:30
        • D1, D2, D3, D4, D6
    • Educators’ Website for Information Technology
      • http://www.edc.org/ewit
    • Materials order form (in packet)
  • for Information technology in education and Training at EDC PARTNERS Resources
    • For more information on EDC’s TA Services, contact:
    • Siobhan Bredin
    • Education Development Center, Inc.
    • 55 Chapel Street
    • Newton, MA 02458
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
    • 617-618-2916
    • To be kept informed, sign up on yellow sheet or put business card in envelope