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NTIP April 22, 2010

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Presentation at KPRDSB for NTIP teachers.

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  • What was your pathway plan in grade 3, 6, 9 12? Did anyone ever ask you what your passion was and how that could lead to a pathway? The sooner we can start talking to students and parents about all the possible pathways, the better informed their decisions will be and more engaged in school they will become.
  • And the earlier years, can be the most influential – especially grades 7 & 8.
  • Just like you may have majored in university, students can major in high school.
  • Stand up if you are a major teacher in this area.
  • OSP tracker cards at each table. OSP Tracker Cards at each table. The OSP web site has a new SHSM link. Check it out.
  • Because most teachers are university trained and have very little knowledge about the college system and what it can offer students. Forums and activities are planned throughout the year for teachers of all grades, students (grades 7 – 12), parents. To make all parties more aware of college pathways.
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    • 1. Student Success Initiative NTIP April 22, 2010
    • 2.  
    • 3. Student Success Initiative Grades 7 to 12 Literacy Numeracy Program Pathways Community, Culture, Caring
    • 4. The 4 Pillars
      • Literacy – OSSLT, OSSLC
      • Numeracy – EQAO – grade 9
      • Pathways – branched into SHSM and SCWI
      • Community, Culture and Caring – focus on Transitions, Student Voice, Student Success Teams, School culture
    • 5. Today’s Focus
      • Pathways – SHSM, SCWI, Career Cruising
      • Community, Culture and Caring – transition to secondary school, student voice, school culture
    • 6. Since 2004…
      • Ministry target of 85% graduation rate for 2010-11
      • Funding for Student Success Leader (2004) in each DSB, Student Success Teacher (2005)
      • Changes to OSSD (2005-6) providing for the development of SHSM’s
      • Early School Leaver Report (Dr. Bruce Ferguson, 2005)
      • Focus on a positive, inclusive school culture – Being, Becoming and Belonging
    • 7. Bill 52 Legislation
    • 8. Raising the Compulsory School Attendance Age
      • The only proclaimed provision to date
      • Age 16 has now been changed to read age 18 in all areas regarding compulsory attendance.
      16 18
    • 9. Continued…
      • Focus on students as they transition from grade 8 to 9
      • Implementation of Student Success Teams to track, monitor and support students at risk (Taking Stock Report)
      • Provide a timetable reflecting interests and strengths
      • Caring Adult
    • 10. Continued…
      • Focus on instruction practice through DI
      • Secondary School Improvement Planning and School Improvement Teams as related to SEF for secondary
      • Student Voice
    • 11. Pathways Program Pathway A student’s interests, skills, goals, needs, and preferred learning style(s) Appropriate courses and their curriculum expectations The knowledge, skills, supports and experiences necessary to make a successful transition to a specific postsecondary destination A student’s program pathway is his/her educational program and reflects the goals that help motivate him/her to complete secondary school. It is designed to prepare the student for a successful transition to an initial postsecondary destination. + +
    • 12. How do we help students with their pathway plans?
      • Classroom teachers are one of the most influential factors when interacting with students and parents about their decisions concerning their future pathway(s)
      • We all need to be aware of the programs available for all students to better guide them along in their future pathway(s) to:
    • 13. Apprenticeship
    • 14. Workplace
    • 15. College
    • 16. University
    • 17. Pathway Programs at Secondary Schools include:
      • Co-operative Education
      • Experiential Learning
      • Specialist High Skills Majors (SHSM)
      • School College Work Initiatives (SCWI)
      • - Dual Credits, Forums, Activities
      • Ontario Youth Apprenticeship (OYAP)
    • 18. Co-operative Education
      • available to all students, in all pathways
      • credits are earned (unlimited) toward diploma
      • integrates classroom theory and learning at the workplace
    • 19.
      • Job Shadow
      • Job Twinning
      • Short term work experience
      • Career speakers
      • Facility tours
      • Skill demonstrations
    • 20. What is a Specialist High Skills Major ?
      • It is a ministry-approved specialized program that allows students to do just that: focus their learning on a specific economic sector while meeting the requirements for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
    • 21.
      • 9 Arts & Culture
      • 2 Business
      • 7 Construction
      • 5 Environment
      • 1 Forestry
      • 2 Health & Wellness
      SHSMs in KPR
    • 22.
      • 3 Horticulture and Landscaping
      • 6 Hospitality and Tourism
      • 3 Information & Communications Technology
      • 2 Manufacturing
      • 4 Transportation
      44 SHSMs 11 Sectors
    • 23. Components of all SHSMs Essential Skills and work habits/OSP Pathways to all 4 Destinations (8-10 credits) Certifications and Training Programs Experiential Learning “ Reach Ahead” Experiences SHSM
    • 24. School College Work Initiative (SCWI)
      • “Building and sustaining better linkages between the college system and the secondary school to support expanded and improved transitions by secondary students to college… a strategic goal for the Government of Ontario” (SCWI Request for Proposals for 2009-10, p.1)
    • 25.
      • Students earn a college credit and a secondary school credit at the same time
      • Students can go to the college or college teacher comes to secondary school
      • Encourages successful transition to college and apprenticeship opportunities
      Dual Credits
    • 26. Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP)
      • An opportunity for students to start a pathway in the Skilled Trades
      • Student completes a co-operative education program in an apprenticeable trade and/or
      • Completes the Level 1 trade training at a college
    • 27. Electronic Annual Education Planning Process Using Career Cruising