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With an educational environment focused on accountability, Common Core practices and college and career readiness, this session addresses how the NAF ...

With an educational environment focused on accountability, Common Core practices and college and career readiness, this session addresses how the NAF
curriculum deals with student engagement and in-depth learning. Explore project-based learning, literacy strategies, integrated learning and work-based learning.
Learn how the NAF e-College offers continuous professional development in support of these strategies.
Presenter: Andrew Rothstein, National Academy Foundation

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College and Career Readiness through the NAF AOHT Curriculum College and Career Readiness through the NAF AOHT Curriculum Presentation Transcript

  • Overview of the NAF Curriculum: AOHT Andrew Rothstein, Special Advisor Educational Policy National Academy Foundation1
  • Driving Question for Hospitality Marketing , “How can we best design a marketing plan to promote a new tourist attraction in our community?” 2
  • What skills and types of knowledge would students need to produce a presentation like this? 3
  • Courses Offered AOF AOF AOF Principles of Finance Principles of Finance Principles of Finance Applied Finance Customer Service* Computer Networking Business Economics Geography for Tourism Computer Systems Business in a Global Economy Hospitality Marketing Database Design Entrepreneurship Sports, Entertainment, and Event Planning Digital Video Production Ethics in Business Sustainable Tourism Graphic Design Financial Planning Introduction to Programming Financial Services AOHS Web Design* Insurance Health Careers Exploration Managerial Accounting Global Health Principles of Accounting Foundations of Anatomy & Physiology I & II
  • Structure of a NAF course  1 semester (75 – 80 class periods)  Class periods are 50 minutes long  A NAF course is “one size fits most”  Includes a lesson on industry-related careers  Includes a culminating project  Advisory board members have roles in every course  Every course has been correlated to the Common Core Standards 6
  • Structure of a NAF lesson  Each includes three main components: Lesson Plan, Student Resource, Teacher Resource; also includes PowerPoints, videos, and other file types  Each lesson includes an assessment product  Docs are in Word format to be edited as needed  Every lesson includes a literacy activity  Extensions and cross-curricular activities are provided at the end of each lesson 7
  • A Look at NAF Lesson Design Read, Group, Share: • Which elements of this lesson are familiar to you? • What seems new and interesting to you? • How would you characterize the instructional arc/flow/sequencing of this lesson? 8
  • A Look at NAF Instructional Practices Working with a partner, find these practices in the lesson and complete the Instructional Practices Graphic Organizer 9
  • Where are the courses? 10
  • NAF updates • Student Assessment and Certification • Career academies in the news 19
  • Enroll in free professional development Gain greater familiarity with the curriculum and increase your skills by taking NAF eCollege online courses:  Basics of the NAF Curriculum (short module)  Teaching the NAF Curriculum (immersion course) 20
  • Thank You! • Any Questions? 21
  • Driving Question for Principles of Information Technology: “How do we design a ‘dream’ computer system that best meets a specific purpose and budget?” 2
  • What skills and types of knowledge would students need to produce a presentation like this? 3
  • Courses Offered AOF AOHT AOIT Principles of Finance Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Principles of Information Technology Applied Finance Customer Service* Computer Networking Business Economics Geography for Tourism Computer Systems Business in a Global Economy Hospitality Marketing Database Design Entrepreneurship Sports, Entertainment, and Event Planning Digital Video Production Ethics in Business Sustainable Tourism Graphic Design Financial Planning Introduction to Programming Financial Services AOHS Web Design* Insurance Health Careers Exploration Managerial Accounting Global Health Principles of Accounting Foundations of Anatomy & Physiology I & II
  • Structure of a NAF course  1 semester (75 – 80 class periods)  Class periods are 50 minutes long  A NAF course is “one size fits most”  Includes a lesson on industry-related careers  Includes a culminating project  Advisory board members have roles in every course  Every course has been correlated to the Common Core Standards 6
  • Structure of a NAF lesson  Each includes three main components: Lesson Plan, Student Resource, Teacher Resource; also includes PowerPoints, videos, and other file types  Each lesson includes an assessment product  Docs are in Word format to be edited as needed  Every lesson includes a literacy activity  Extensions and cross-curricular activities are provided at the end of each lesson 7
  • A Look at NAF Lesson Design Read, Group, Share: • Which elements of this lesson are familiar to you? • What seems new and interesting to you? • How would you characterize the instructional arc/flow/sequencing of this lesson? 8
  • A Look at NAF Instructional Practices Working with a partner, find these practices in the lesson and complete the Instructional Practices Graphic Organizer 9
  • Where are the courses? 10
  • Overview of the NAF Curriculum: AOIT Andrew Rothstein, Special Advisor Educational Policy National Academy Foundation1
  • Driving Question for Hospitality Marketing , “How can we best design a marketing plan to promote a new tourist attraction in our community?” 2
  • What skills and types of knowledge would students need to produce a presentation like this? 3
  • Courses Offered AOF AOHT AOHT Principles of Finance Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Applied Finance Customer Service* Computer Networking Business Economics Geography for Tourism Computer Systems Business in a Global Economy Hospitality Marketing Database Design Entrepreneurship Sports, Entertainment, and Event Planning Digital Video Production Ethics in Business Sustainable Tourism Graphic Design Financial Planning Introduction to Programming Financial Services AOHS Web Design* Insurance Health Careers Exploration Managerial Accounting Global Health Principles of Accounting Foundations of Anatomy & Physiology I & II
  • Structure of a NAF course  1 semester (75 – 80 class periods)  Class periods are 50 minutes long  A NAF course is “one size fits most”  Includes a lesson on industry-related careers  Includes a culminating project  Advisory board members have roles in every course  Every course has been correlated to the Common Core Standards 6
  • Structure of a NAF lesson  Each includes three main components: Lesson Plan, Student Resource, Teacher Resource; also includes PowerPoints, videos, and other file types  Each lesson includes an assessment product  Docs are in Word format to be edited as needed  Every lesson includes a literacy activity  Extensions and cross-curricular activities are provided at the end of each lesson 7
  • A Look at NAF Lesson Design Read, Group, Share: • Which elements of this lesson are familiar to you? • What seems new and interesting to you? • How would you characterize the instructional arc/flow/sequencing of this lesson? 8
  • A Look at NAF Instructional Practices Working with a partner, find these practices in the lesson and complete the Instructional Practices Graphic Organizer 9
  • Where are the courses? 10
  • Overview of the NAF Curriculum: AOHT Andrew Rothstein, Special Advisor Educational Policy National Academy Foundation1
  • NAF updates • Student Assessment and Certification • Career academies in the news 19
  • Enroll in free professional development Gain greater familiarity with the curriculum and increase your skills by taking NAF eCollege online courses:  Basics of the NAF Curriculum (short module)  Teaching the NAF Curriculum (immersion course) 20
  • Thank You! • Any Questions? 21
  • NAF updates • Student Assessment and Certification • Career academies in the news 19
  • Enroll in free professional development Gain greater familiarity with the curriculum and increase your skills by taking NAF eCollege online courses:  Basics of the NAF Curriculum (short module)  Teaching the NAF Curriculum (immersion course) 20
  • Thank You! • Any Questions? 21