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Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell
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Personal Curriculum Sue Caudell

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  • 1. Personal Curriculum Susan Caudell
  • 2. Rigor, Relevance, Relationship of the Personal Curriculum
    • Rigor is appropriate
    • MMC is appropriate
    • EDP is the 1 st Step in the Personal Curriculum
    • IEP supports the EDP
    • Four clearly defined reasons for PC
    • Prepare students
  • 3. Students
    • Throughout Michigan all students have the same graduation requirements.
    • Allows for employers to be assured that the diploma means that students have core skills ready for the 21 st century.
    • Allows colleges to know that students are ready for the rigor of studies.
  • 4. Wage Earning by Education
    • Bachelor’s degree earns more than double a dropout.
    • Bachelor’s degree earns more than 70% of a high school graduate and .
  • 5. Prevention of Drop Outs
    • Disengagement
    • Failing grades
    • Low tests
    • Not enough credits
    • Grade retention
    • Absenteeism
    • Disruptive behavior
    • Bad relationships teachers/peers
  • 6. Teachers Can Help the Drop Out Rate
    • 39 point difference between test scores of most effective teachers vs. least effective teachers
    • Key teacher practices
    • 1. instructional strategies
    • 2. classroom management
    • 3. classroom curriculum design
  • 7. Schools Can Help the Drop Out Rate
    • Highly effective schools overcome the effects of student backrounds.
    • Five school practices
    • 1. viable curriculum
    • 2. challenging goals/feedback
    • 3. parent/community involvement
    • 4. safe/orderly environment
    • 5. collegiality/professionalism
  • 8. Personal Curriculum for those needing help with or going beyond MMC requirements
    • Allowable for MC modification
    • 1. Student to go beyond the MMC in math, science, ELA, world languages
    • 2. modify math requirement
    • 3. modify the requirements for an IEP student
    • 4. modify the requirements for transfer out of state student or non public school student
  • 9. Changes in the MMC Requirements Consequences
    • MME
    • College entrance
    • College scholarships
    • Michigan Promise scholarship
    • Trade school
    • Securing a job
    • NCAA athletic programs
  • 10. District Consequences to a PC
    • AYP
    • Continuous Improvement and Monitoring System, the State Performance Plan, and the Annual Performance Report
  • 11. Modifications not allowed to the MMC
    • ELA
    • Science
    • World Languages
    • Civics
    • Online learning
    • (except for IEP or transfer students)
  • 12. Parts/Process/Content of the PC
    • ID post secondary goal-look at EDP/IEP
    • ID career pathway
    • Document current level of performance
    • ID requirements for post secondary goals
    • ID experiences needed to achieve post secondary goals
  • 13. IEP and the PC
    • The EDP and IEP and graduation have an inverse relationships.
    • PC modifications
    • 1. Be specific and targeted
    • 2. Include all content expectations that are appropriate for the student and must graduate with same amount of credits
    • 3. EDP and IEP must align
    • 4. Based on disability
    • 5. Be limited in the deviation from the MMC requirements
  • 14. Summary
    • The rigor of the MMC will prepare all students.
    • MMC is appropriate for all with some PC exceptions.
    • EDP must be completed for all students.
    • IEP documents the student’s needs to complete the MMC.
    • There are only 4 reasons for a PC and the reasons are strictly defined.
    • High school is to prepare students for post secondary goals.

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