Advisory Boards What I Know:      What I Want to     What I Learned                      Know:Write something Write someth...
Your Academy Development Support:                            Central Region                                Jessica Felix  ...
Advisory BoardsWhat I Know:   What I Want to   What I Learned                  Know:
#NAFNext
Directions:1. Review your assigned NAF   standard(s) with your group.2. Read the scenario and discuss the   questions.3. C...
Standard 2.1.a: Membership & Operations Advisory board recruitment efforts result in at least 10 members, who together rep...
Standard 2.2.a: Support for Learning The advisory board assists academy staff with curriculum selection, design, and imple...
Please complete:    Advisory Board YOP Snapshot(YOP Guidebook, p. 25)
Advisory BoardsWhat I Know:   What I Want to     What I Learned                  Know:                                What...
Block                 Advisory Board Session RecommendationA                     Ignite Your Academy With a Fired Up Busin...
Session Rotations      Groups will rotate through sessions, going to each room      in alphabetical order beginning with t...
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An Introduction to NAF's Advisory Boards for schools in their Year of Planning (YOP)

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    1. 1. Advisory Boards What I Know: What I Want to What I Learned Know:Write something Write something youyou know about want to know about NAF Advisory NAF Advisory Boards on the Boards on the blue yellow Post-Its Post-Its
    2. 2. Your Academy Development Support: Central Region Jessica Felix NAF Advisory Northeast Region Boards Maria Alutto Sarah Hickert (NYC) Southeast RegionFor Year of Planning Steve Brown Jeanne Friedman, Ed.D. (FL & US VI) Academy Leaders West Region Morgan Pulleyblank
    3. 3. Advisory BoardsWhat I Know: What I Want to What I Learned Know:
    4. 4. #NAFNext
    5. 5. Directions:1. Review your assigned NAF standard(s) with your group.2. Read the scenario and discuss the questions.3. Come up with a solution using a consensus approach.4. Be prepared to share your standard, scenario and solution with the group. #NAFNext
    6. 6. Standard 2.1.a: Membership & Operations Advisory board recruitment efforts result in at least 10 members, who together represent all aspects of the academy’s industry theme including businesses, higher education, parents, students, academy directors and school/district administration.Directions:1. Review your assigned NAF standard with your group.2. Read the scenario and discuss the questions.3. Come up with a solution using a consensus approach.4. Be prepared to share your standard, scenario and solution with the group.Scenario: Your academy has reported to NAF that there is a cadre of volunteers to serve on acareer-themed NAF advisory board. Prior to the opening of the new school year, your academyleader notifies the date, place, and time for your very first advisory board meeting. At the firstadvisory board meeting, six school-site educators and one industry partner attend.Questions:  What procedures need to be put in place to ensure this dilemma does not reoccur?  What support or training could help the academy leader be prepared for this challenge?  Who might the academy leader inform of the challenge in order to find a resolution? #NAFNext
    7. 7. Standard 2.2.a: Support for Learning The advisory board assists academy staff with curriculum selection, design, and implementation, as well as provides technical assistance and professional development Standard 2.2.b: Support for Learning The advisory board brings its industry knowledge and expertise to the students through classroom team teaching, guest speaking, and mentoring. In addition, the advisory board provides structured, work-based learning experiences and assists with project work.Directions:1. Review your assigned NAF standard(s) with your group.2. Read the scenario and discuss the questions.3. Come up with a solution using a consensus approach.4. Be prepared to share your standard, scenario and solution with the group.Scenario: You’ve had your first couple advisory board meetings, with ten or more industrypartners in attendance. You have overviewed the NAF model, advisory boards, and your work-based learning plan. At the last board meeting, your industry partners said very little, and afterthe meeting one of your partners mentioned that he was unsure of how he could best supportyour academy.Questions:  How will you ensure that your industry partners engage with your curriculum and provide work-based learning opportunities for your students?  How will you increase the level of participation from your industry partners at board meetings? #NAFNext
    8. 8. Please complete: Advisory Board YOP Snapshot(YOP Guidebook, p. 25)
    9. 9. Advisory BoardsWhat I Know: What I Want to What I Learned Know: What did you learn about NAF Advisory Boards?
    10. 10. Block Advisory Board Session RecommendationA Ignite Your Academy With a Fired Up Business Advisory BoardTues, July 17 Support for Learning10:45 am – 12 pm Wanda Brown, Director, AJ Moore Academy, Waco, TXBCD Advisory Board Recruitment: Helping Potential Partners Understand the "WIIFMs“Wed, July 18 Membership &Operations9 am – 10:15 am Charlie Katz, Director, Corporate Engagement, National Academy FoundationE Boardroom to Classroom: How a New AOHS Built Model PartnershipsWed, July 18 Support for Learning10:30 am – 11:45 am Kathleen Denaro, Rochester STEM High School, Rochester, NY Strategic Advisory Board Development Membership & Operations Susan Katzman, Past President, National Career Academy CoalitionF Roundtable Discussion: Effective Advisory BoardsWed, July 18 Membership & Operations1:30 pm – 2:45 pm Maddy Halbach, Howard County ARL-AOF, Elicot City, MDG Training Our Replacements: Understanding National & Global Workforce TrendsThurs, July 19 Membership & Operations9 am – 10:15 am Regina Flannery, Erik Rayford, Sonya Brouwers, Bernie Sheridan, Dayl Walker, Advisory Board Leadership Council Members
    11. 11. Session Rotations Groups will rotate through sessions, going to each room in alphabetical order beginning with the *assignment for Session 1 listed below: Room B Room C Room A Curriculum & Instruction Advisory Boards Work-based (main room) Learning*Session 1 Assignments: Sessions:•Yellow, room A 1. 9:50 – 10:40•Blue, room B 2. 10:45 – 11:35•Red, room C 3. 11:40 – 12:30#NAFNext

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