Address CCRDeveloped by a team of instructional designers, writers, editors, industry experts, & NAF teachersPiloted in the NAF classroom and is revised based on teachers feedback to be taught by the networkEach course is updated annuallyAccess to all courses and use of Cross-theme courses
Lesson Plan, Student Resource, Teacher Resource; also includes PowerPoints, videos, and other file types and assessment productEvery lesson includes a literacy activity
Read 10 minDiscuss 5 min Share out 5 minutes
Every lesson includes a literacy activitySQ3R,Survey, QuestionRead,Recite,Review
Hand out instructions for downloading lessons
Academy sign up begins immediately. Look for detailed information and instructions from Michael Strait, Director of Student Certification & Assessment. Instructional Managers will assist.
Critical to understand that the culminating project assessment and end of course exam based on NAF course content and culminating project, and that a qualifying culminating work based learning experience is defined by NAF’s Gold Standards for High School Internships.
Overview of the naf aof curriculum
Overview of the NAF AOF Curriculum Dr. Daniel A. WallaceInstructional Manager of the Southeast & Central Regions
Who is in the room?Turn to your neighbor and take 2 min. each to: Introduce yourself Subject area and number of years teaching What interests and hobbies outside work Find one thing you have in common Why are you in this session and what would you like to takeaway?
Driving QuestionCourse: Business in a Global Economy“How can we, as corporate strategists, bestdevelop a plan to enter a new internationalmarket and structure our operations abroad toeffectively compete in the global economy?”
Culminating Project“ How can we, as corporate strategists, bestdevelop a plan to enter a new international marketand structure our operations abroad to effectivelycompete in the global economy?”
AOF AOHT AOITPrinciples of Finance Principles of Hospitality & Principles of Information Courses Offered Tourism Technology**Applied Finance Customer Service* Computer Networking*Business Economics Geography for Tourism Computer Systems*Business in a Global Hospitality Marketing Database DesignEconomyEntrepreneurship Sports, Entertainment, and Digital Video Production Event PlanningEthics in Business Sustainable Tourism Graphic DesignFinancial Planning Introduction to ProgrammingFinancial Services AOHS Web Design*Insurance Health Careers ExplorationManagerial Accounting Global HealthPrinciples of Accounting
Structure of a NAF course 1 semester (75 – 80 class periods) Class periods are 50 minutes long Designed to be accessible to most students Correlated to the Common Core standards Includes a lesson on industry-related careers Includes a culminating project Advisory board is involved in every course
Structure of a NAF lesson Each lesson includes three main components + the PowerPoint:7
Structure of a NAF Lesson Documents are in Word format to be edited as needed#NAFNext
A Look at NAF Lesson DesignRead, 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?
Closer Look at Structure of a NAF lesson#NAFNext
Structure of a NAF lesson Instructional Strategies & Literacy Activities Taxonomy SQ3R Semantic MappingMystery Word
Exploring Instructional PracticesWorking with a partner, find these practicesin the lesson and complete the InstructionalPractices Graphic Organizer
Student Certification Assessment System • Culminating Course Project Assessment Based Assessments • End of Course Exam Culminating • Supervisor Work Based Assessment of Learning College and Career Experience Readiness#NAFNext
Enroll in free professional developmentIn addition to webinars and regional PDs, you canincrease your skills by taking NAF eCollege onlinecourses: Basics of the NAF Curriculum (short module) Teaching the NAF Curriculum (immersion course)