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  • 1. YOUR 4-YEAR PLAN Registering for 10th Grade
  • 2. TODAY IN BDB  Fill out a SMALL portion of your Individual Graduation Plan  Do not move ahead of your teacher – please do not write on your plan at all – until your teacher directs you to do so.  The sheet you will write on is your Tift County High School Course Request Worksheet.. Do NOT write on your Request Worksheet until your advisor tells you to do so.  Making unnecessary marks/erasures will make your request sheet a MESS and hard to read resulting in you possibly not being registered for the correct classes.  Review what Pathways are offered at TCHS and learn of Dual Enrollment with Moultrie Technical College  Be prepared to select and write in your Career/Career Pathway of Interest next BDB
  • 3. WE HAVE A SCHEDULE SO LETS BEGIN YOUR REGISTRATION PROCESS  Welcome to BDB today…Registering for 10th grade
  • 4. YOUR UNDIVIDED ATTENTION IS NEEDED FOR REGISTRATION AND 4YEAR PLANNING. THIS IS HOW YOU REGISTER FOR 10TH GRADE.  Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) – IGP’s are made to be flexible and may change from year to year. Changes at the state level may impact the IGP. Course offerings are subject to change and are not guaranteed.  The courses you choose now, for your 10th grade year, will be used to register you for 10th grade.  Map out a plan, make good choices, and take responsibility for making sure you have the required courses to graduate.
  • 5. LISTEN, FOLLOW DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY  Print your name, Student ID#, and 9th grade entry year on your plan now.  To the far right is a box with Career/Career Pathway of Interest: We will cover the Pathways and then next BDB you will fill this box in. You MUST choose an area of interest in order to create a pathway for your 4-year plan.  You will view CTAE Pathways on the next few slides.  You will write in your Pathway Next BDB.  Today you will have time to look at ALL Pathways so you know ALL of your options.
  • 6. PATHWAYS  Look at page 2 of 4 in your stapled packet  Pathway Courses/Classes follow a specific order.  Pathway Courses/Classes must be taken in order.  Notice how this looks The Pathway Titles are listed in BOLD over the courses. This is what you will print, print I say, on your top sheet in the Career/Career Pathway of Interest box next week during BDB – do not do it now – we must review/explore Pathways before you make a decision.  You must take the classes/courses in ORDER….You must take the classes/courses in ORDER.  It does not say 1,2,3 but the boxes are vertical  The first box would be the first course  The second box the next second course  The last box is the last course in the pathway
  • 7. PATHWAY CLASSES  Pathway Courses/Classes follow a specific order.  Pathway Courses/Classes must be taken in order.  For example look at page 2 of 4.  The first Pathway listed is Agribusiness Systems – Look at the Pathway  You can NOT take Ag. Management & Leadership until you complete Basic Ag. Science and you can NOT take Marketing Agricultural Products & Services until you complete Ag. Management and Leadership.  Look at the Plant Systems Pathway = You can NOT take Nursery and Landscape until you complete Basic Ag. Science, General Horticulture and Plant Science.  Look at the Early Childhood Care & Education Pathway = You can NOT take Early Childhood Internship until you complete Early Childhood I, II, and Curriculum and Instruction. These are examples to show you Pathways follow a sequence and can NOT be taken out of order. All Pathway courses build upon each other.
  • 8. LOOK OVER THE PATHWAY OPTIONS  Carefully consider what YOUR interests are, not your best friends interests.  These are courses/classes for you to explore options for YOUR future, not your friends.
  • 9. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : AGRICULTURE The Introduction course to all Agriculture Pathways is Basic Agriculture Science Introduces major areas of scientific Ag production and research; presents problem solving lessons and introductory skills and knowledge in Agriculture Science and Agriculture related technologies. Class and lab activities are supplemented through supervised agriculture experiences, leadership programs, and activities.  Agribusiness Systems – Basic Agriculture/Agri. Management/Marketing Agri. Products  Animal Systems – Basic Agriculture / Animal Science & Biotechnology,/ Agri. Animal Production/Management  Forestry/Natural Resources – Basic Agriculture/Forestry Science/Wildlife Management  Plant Systems – Basic Agriculture/Horticulture/Marketing Ag. Products & Services  Power Structures & Technical Systems - Basic Agriculture / Ag. Mech. I / Ag. Mech. II
  • 10. IS ANYONE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PATHWAYS WE JUST REVIEWED?  BDB Advisors, allow a few minutes for students to ask you questions on the pathways just viewed.  This is a time for a quick overview – students will have this week to investigate and look at the course catalog online and in the Media Center before writing in a Pathway on their IGP next BDB.  If nobody is interested in the just mentioned pathways, move onto the next set.
  • 11. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : CONSTRUCTION Prepares students for a pursuit of any career in the field of construction with basic knowledge to function safely on or around a construction site and in the industry in general. It provides the option for an Industry Certification in the Construction Core. The course explains safety obligations of workers, supervisors, and managers to ensure a safe workplace. It includes the basic content of OSHA 10-hour safety standards. Basic knowledge and skills needed in construction are covered: construction math, hand and power tools used in the field, general blueprints, and basics of rigging safety.  Carpentry – Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety/ Intro. To Construction/ Carpentry  Electrical - Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety/ Intro. To Construction/ Electrical  Masonry – Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety/Intro. To Construction/ Masonry  Plumbing – Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety/ Introduction to Construction/ Plumbing
  • 12. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : METALS The beginning course prepares students for a pursuit of any career in the field of construction with basic knowledge to function safely on or around a construction site and in the industry in general. It provides the option for an Industry Certification in the Construction Core. The course explains safety obligations of workers, supervisors, and managers to ensure a safe workplace. It includes the basic content of OSHA 10-hour safety standards. Basic knowledge and skills needed in construction are covered: construction math, hand and power tools used in the field, general blueprints, and basics of rigging safety.  Machining Operations - Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety/ Introduction to Metals/ Machining Operations  Welding – Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety/ Introduction to Metals/ Welding  Sheet Metal – Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety/ Introduction to Metals/ Sheet Metal
  • 13. IS ANYONE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PATHWAYS WE JUST REVIEWED?  BDB Advisors, take a moment to review and or answer any questions from the just viewed pathways.  This is a time for a quick overview – students will have this week to investigate and look at the course catalog online and in the Media Center before writing in a Pathway on their IGP next BDB.  If nobody is interested in the just mentioned pathways, move onto the next set.
  • 14. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : MARKETING Marketing Principals is the foundation course for all pathways in Marketing Education. It addresses all the ways in which marketing satisfies consumer and business needs and wants for products and services. Students develop an understanding of the functions of marketing and how these functional areas affect all businesses. Basic marketing concepts and role of marketing in our economy, apply economic concepts to marketing, distribution and logistics, marketing management, finance in marketing, product/service planning, pricing mixes, promotional strategies, and personal selling.  Marketing and Management – Marketing Principals/ Marketing and Entrepreneurship/ Marketing and Management
  • 15. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE The foundation course for interior design introduces the student to the basic fundamentals of design and the design profession. Students will gain knowledge of the history of interior furnishing, basic math, English language arts, and science skills will be incorporated throughout the curriculum. Individual work, teamwork, and presentation skills will also be incorporated.  Interiors, Fashion, and Textiles – Foundations of Interior Design/ Fundamentals of Fashion/ Textile Science Food, Nutrition, and Wellness is a course designed for understanding nutritional needs and food choices for optimal health of individuals across the lifespan. Interrelationships are explored.  Food, Nutrition, and Wellness – Food , Nutrition, and Wellness/ Food for Life/ Food Science
  • 16. IS ANYONE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PATHWAYS WE JUST REVIEWED?  BDB Advisors, take a moment to review and or answer any questions from the just viewed pathways.  This is a time for a quick overview – students will have this week to investigate and look at the course catalog online and in the Media Center before writing in a Pathway on their IGP next BDB.  If nobody is interested in the just mentioned pathways, move onto the next set.
  • 17. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : TEACHING AS A PROFESSION Candidates study, apply, and practice the use of current technologies, effective teaching and learning strategies, the creation of an effective learning environment, the creation of instructional opportunities for diverse learner and students with special needs. Students will also learn how to plan instruction based on knowledge of subject matter, students, community, and curriculum performance standards.  Early Childhood Care & Education – Early Childhood I, II, Curriculum & Instruction, Early Childhood Education Internship  Teaching as a Profession – Examining the Teaching Profession/ Contemporary Issues in Education/ Teaching as a Profession Internship
  • 18. IS ANYONE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PATHWAYS WE JUST REVIEWED?  BDB Advisors, please give a brief over view of pathways students express interest in.  This is a time for a quick overview – students will have this week to investigate and look at the course catalog online and in the Media Center before writing in a Pathway on their IGP next BDB.  If nobody is interested in the just mentioned pathways, move onto the next set.
  • 19. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : HEALTH CARE SCIENCE Students receive initial exposure to healthcare science skills and attitudes applicable to healthcare including the concepts of health, wellness, and preventive care. The changes in healthcare delivery systems and the subsequent impact on healthcare delivery for individual consumers is explored and evaluated. Medical terminology, microbiology, and basic life support skills are emphasized, as well as, the ethical and legal responsibilities of today’s healthcare provider. Academics and other related sciences are integrated throughout the course. Students are required to meet both national and intrastate professional guidelines as designated by applicable regulatory agencies such as the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  Therapeutic Services (Nursing) – Introduction to Healthcare Science/ Essentials of Healthcare/ Nursing Essentials  Therapeutic Services (Allied Health) – Introduction to Healthcare Science/ Essentials of Healthcare/ Allied Health and Medicine  Biotechnology Research and Development – Introduction to Healthcare Science/ Introduction to Biotechnology/ Applications of Biotechnology
  • 20. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : ROTC The first course of all new cadets is JRTOC I. It is an aviation history course focusing on the development of flight throughout the centuries. The emphasis is on civilian and military contributions to aviation; the development, modernization, and transformation of the Air Force; a brief astronomical and space exploration history. There are readings, videos, hands on activities, and in-text and student workbook exercises to guide students. The program instills elements of good citizenship. It contains information on organizational structure, uniform wear, customs, courtesies, and other military traditions, health and wellness, fitness, individual self control, and citizenship.  ROTC I through ROTC VIII
  • 21. IS ANYONE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PATHWAYS WE JUST REVIEWED?  BDB Advisors, take a few minutes to answer questions from the just viewed pathways.  This is a time for a quick overview – students will have this week to investigate and look at the course catalog online and in the Media Center before writing in a Pathway on their IGP next BDB.  If nobody is interested in the just mentioned pathways, move onto the next set.
  • 22. PATHWAYS 2014-2015 CAREER CLUSTER : BUSINESS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Introduction to Business & Technology is the foundational course. It is designed for students to learn an overview of business and technology skills required for today’s business environment. Knowledge of business principles, the impact of financial decisions, and technology proficiencies demanded by business combine to establish the elements of the course. Emphasis is placed on developing proficient fundamental computer skills required for all career pathways. Students learn essentials for working in a business environment, managing a business, and owning a business. The intention of this course is to prepare students to be successful both personally and professionally in an information-based society.  Administration Support – Introduction to Business Technology/ Business Communication and Procedures/ Advanced Computer Applications  Web and Digital Design – Introduction to Digital Technology/ Digital Design/ Web Design
  • 23. IS ANYONE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PATHWAYS WE JUST REVIEWED?  BDB Advisors, please give a brief over view of pathways students express interest in.  This is a time for a quick overview – students will have this week to investigate and look at the course catalog online and in the Media Center before writing in a Pathway on their IGP next BDB.  If nobody is interested in the just mentioned pathways, move onto the next set.
  • 24. Listen, Look, and THINK about what interests you THIS IS YOUR PLAN… NOT YOUR NEIGHBORS OR FRIENDS… THIS IS THE BEGINNING STEP OF PLANNING HOW YOUR DAY WILL LOOK NEXT YEAR AND FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE.
  • 25. WHY DO I NEED A PATHWAY?? Choose Pathways that are interesting to you and you would like to learn more about. The purpose of a Pathway is to introduce you to the field – test the waters – see if you really like the area. If you take a class, don’t like it, then choose another area of interest. Exploration of Careers through CTAE Pathway Courses enables you to better understand and know what you really enjoy. Knowing for sure you like a certain field or area of study will help you decide which college and/or technical school courses to take after graduation. Discover through CTAE what you enjoy doing, it may be just a hobby later in life, or you may choose to make a career out of your discovery through CTAE classes and your Pathway Choice.
  • 26. DUAL ENROLLMENT  Dual Enrollment means you are enrolled at TCHS and also enrolled at another school such as ABAC or Moultrie Technical College (MTC).  The Dual Enrollment Pathway Option is a Dual Enrollment Program with Moultrie Technical College right here in Tifton.  You have the potential to earn certification in a pathway and/or degree in a pathway.  MTC helps with job placement once a degree is complete.  For example: If a student takes Introduction to Engineering and Technology at NEC he/she has the option of taking the COMPASS test in May. If the test is passed the student can dual enroll with MTC and TCHS to earn a degree in Mechatronics – current salary – 40K a year with this degree.
  • 27. DUAL ENROLLMENT: MOULTRIE TECH AT TCHS  Audio-Video Technology and Film (MT at TCHS) – Audio & video Technology & Film/ Audio & Video Technology & Film II/ / Audio & Video Technology & Film III  Cosmetology (MT at TCHS) – Introduction to Personal Care Services/ Salon II/ Salon III/ Salon IV/ Salon V/ Salon VI/ Salon VII  Architectural Drawing and Design (MT Campus Only) – Introduction to drafting and design/ Architectural Drawing and Design I/ Architectural Drawing and Design II  Engineering Drafting and Design (MT Campus Only) – Introduction to Drafting and Design/ Survey of Engineering Drawing/ 3D Modeling and Analysis  Fire and Emergency-Emergency Medical Responder (MT Campus Only) – Introduction to Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security/ Introduction to Fire and Emergency/ Emergency Medical Responder
  • 28. DUAL ENROLLMENT: MOULTRIE TECH AT TCHS CONTINUED  Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair (MT at TCHS) – Basic Maintenance & Light Repair/ Intermediate Maintenance & Light Repair / Advanced Maintenance & Light Repair  Master Automotive Service Technician (MT at TCHS) – Adv. Auto Service Tech/ Intermediate Master Auto Service Tech/ Advanced Master Auto Service Tech  Mechatronics (MT at TCHS) – Introduction to Mechatronics/ AC Theory, Electric Motors, and Hydraulic Systems/ Semiconductors, Mechanical Systems, and Pump and Piping Systems  Patient Care Assisting (MT at TCHS) – Nursing Essentials (CAN)
  • 29. IS ANYONE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PATHWAYS WE JUST REVIEWED?  BDB Advisors, please give a brief over view of pathways students express interest in.  This is a time for a quick overview – students will have this week to investigate and look at the course catalog online before writing in a Pathway next BDB.  If nobody is interested in the first slides pathways, move onto the next set.
  • 30. THINK ABOUT THE PATHWAYS…  Take a moment to look at the pathways and ask your teacher questions about the courses.  Refer to the Course Catalog to during the week so you are knowledgeable about courses you will be registering for next year.  During this week, consider the Pathways offered, and be ready to write in your Career/Career Pathway of Interest next Thursday during BDB.  The course catalog can be viewed on our website at www.tiftschools.com  Choose our school – Northeast Campus  Click on 2014-2-15 Course Catalog