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  • Refer to the Kansas Pathway model to see what pathways are being developed.
  • This lists the main focus of each of the pathways, noting the overlap between the two.
  • As you can see, a variety of occupations were on the business and industry design team.
  • Please note that we have several “new courses” hence the “34” series numbers. Also note the Culinary courses do not have codes—this is because the competencies are still under development which makes coding impossible at this point in the development. Refer to the pathway design sheet once completed and approved which will be found on the KSDE website under “Hospitality and Tourism”. Also note the “*” which indicate which courses are required in the pathway application. Culinary Arts I will have a A and a B semester to allow schools to offer it as two semesters or one full year.
  • Please note that we have several “new courses” hence the “34” series numbers. Also note the Culinary Essentials course and that is was included so students had an understanding of food which is a major part in the travel and tourism industry. Also note the “*” which indicate which courses are required in the pathway application.
  • This is where the process is as of August 2, 2010.
  • Emphasize the dates. Which ones are in maintenance. Which ones are in year two of transition.
  • Emphasize the dates. Which ones are in maintenance. Which ones are in year two of transition.
  • Emphasize the dates. Which ones are in maintenance. Which ones are in year two of transition.
  • Check with your consultant to ensure you are on the list serv for this pathway.
  • Kh greenbush presentation 9 29-10

    1. 1. 1<br />
    2. 2. Cluster Update<br />Business Management, Finance and Marketing<br />Kirk Haskins<br />
    3. 3. Old Business:<br />Kansas CTE Standards<br />Career Cluster Model<br />Approval Process<br />Pathway design<br />Marketing and Finance Clusters<br />New Business:<br />Hospitality and Tourism Cluster<br />Business Management and Administration Cluster<br />Open discussion<br />Agenda<br />
    4. 4. Old Business<br />What is CTE?<br />
    5. 5. Vision & Purpose<br />Outstanding CT programs give students the knowledge and skills to excel in college, careers and civic endeavors. Technical skills alone are not enough for today’s workplace… Teachers can help prepare students for good careers by making assignments that require the use of 21st-century skills. … Teachers can develop students’ 21st-century skills through effective strategies and challenging assignments that require:<br /><ul><li> critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
    6. 6. doing quality work and completing it on time.
    7. 7. oral and written communication skills.
    8. 8. using technology to complete assignments.
    9. 9. teamwork and collaboration.</li></ul>(2009). Ready for Tomorrow, High Schools That Work, p. 18<br />
    10. 10. Kansas CTE Standards<br /><ul><li>Adopted Career Cluster Knowledge and Skill Statements as CTE standards
    11. 11. Transitioning VE-2 programs to career cluster pathways </li></ul>8/31/2010<br />Business and Industry Advisory Council<br />6<br />
    12. 12. “Hierarchy of Career Clusters’ Model”<br />Occupational specific<br />h<br />Pathway <br />h<br />Cluster<br />h<br />Essential<br />7<br />
    13. 13. Foundation Knowledge<br />and Skills<br />Academic and Technical Skills<br />• Employability<br />• Ethics<br />• Systems<br />• Teamwork<br />• Career<br />Development<br />• Problem Solving<br />• Critical Thinking<br />• Information<br />Technology<br />Application<br />• Legal Responsibilities<br />• Communication<br />• Safety, Health,<br />and Environment<br />8<br />
    14. 14. Things needed for approval<br />
    15. 15. Reminder<br /><ul><li>History is great to know, but there is a reason why it is in the past;
    16. 16. Change is good thing:
    17. 17. Maximizing funding is not the motivator;
    18. 18. Don’t think now – think five years from now;
    19. 19. Begin with the end in mind:</li></ul>Students – Locally then state;<br />External influences should guide<br />Post-secondary articulation is needed<br />Competencies determine credits<br />
    20. 20. Main Points from KSDE<br />Business pathway – Application Nov. 15, 2011<br />Deadline – March 15, 2011<br />If you have an application completed, you still need to maintain;<br />Articulation Agreement Post-Secondary Institutions Reference Sheet is in your packet<br />Refer to April 29, 2010 webinar and PowerPoint via KSDE.org<br />Consider multiple pathways<br />
    21. 21. Pathway Design<br />12<br />
    22. 22. Review Existing Pathways<br />Business Career Fields<br />Marketing Strands  (Summer 2009)<br />Marketing Communications<br />Marketing Management<br />Marketing Research<br />Finance Strands  (Summer 2009)<br />Finance and Banking<br />Accounting<br />
    23. 23.
    24. 24.
    25. 25. New Business <br />Hospitality and Tourism<br />Business<br />
    26. 26. Kansas Secondary-Level Career Clusters and Pathways<br />Kansas identified two pathways <br />
    27. 27. Hospitality and Tourism Cluster Pathways<br />Restaurant and Hospitality Services<br />Culinary Arts<br />Event Planning, but has strong ties to Travel and Tourism<br />Travel and Tourism<br />Lodging<br />Sports and Entertainment<br />Amusements<br />Gaming, but has strong ties to Restaurant and Hospitality<br />Security was addressed within Law and Public Safety Pathways<br />
    28. 28. Business and Industry:<br />Neeley Carlson—Kansas Restaurant Hospitality Association<br /> & Task Force Chair<br />Angela Sader—Dietetics<br />Ben George—Chef<br />Bob Megergly—Gaming<br />Brett Oetting—Lodging<br />Roni Schwartz—Dietetics<br />Vern Gassen—Amusements<br />Olivia Simmons--Tourism<br />Who was involved?<br />
    29. 29.
    30. 30.
    31. 31. Where are we in the process?<br /><ul><li>Competency review and editing is taking place to ensure the content aligns to the needs of industry.
    32. 32. The approval process will begin shortly after the review/edits are complete.
    33. 33. There is a two year open enrollment period with implementation the following Fall.
    34. 34. Pathway applications can begin November 15, 2010.</li></li></ul><li>Gayla Randel, Education Program Consultant<br />Family and Consumer Sciences<br />Lead Consultant<br />grandel@ksde.org<br />785-296-4912<br />Kirk Haskins, Education Program Consultant<br />Business, Marketing and Management <br />khaskins@ksde.org<br />785-296-4916<br />Who to contact…<br />
    35. 35. <ul><li>Marketing and Finance are open for applications.
    36. 36. Business Management & Entrepreneurship and Hospitality & Tourism will be available Nov. 15, 2010 </li></li></ul><li>Review BMA Development <br />June 9 – 10, 2010, Ramada Inn, Topeka, KS<br />Approximately 45 business educators<br />Four Outcomes:<br />Define the 21st Century Business Student<br />Clarity with next action steps<br />Draft viable pathways/strands<br />Draft competencies/pathways<br />Day One: Brainstorming/Venting<br />Day Two: Discussion on competencies and pathways<br />A lot of time was spent on technical level courses<br />
    37. 37. Review July 7, 2010<br />Approximately 15 business educators<br />Outcomes:<br />Receive KSDE Update<br />Identify Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills<br />Share draft of BM pathway<br />
    38. 38. Review July 15, 2010<br />Approximately 15 business educators<br />Outcomes:<br /><ul><li>Discuss opportunities with pathway design
    39. 39. Determine competencies for Business Management</li></li></ul><li>Review August 31, 2010<br />KSDE hosted 21 representatives from Kansas business and industry and post-education<br />Purpose:<br /><ul><li>Receive external feedback on:
    40. 40. Current outcomes on secondary (grades 9 -12) business education in Kansas;
    41. 41. 21st century high wage, high skill and high demand career opportunities in Kansas; and
    42. 42. What changes need to be made to secondary business education in Kansas.
    43. 43. Develop competencies in 12th grade business course.</li></li></ul><li>Industry needs:<br />Underdeveloped knowledge of what is demanded in needed job skills and expectations –<br />Business etiquette <br />Strategic and creative problem solving skills<br />Intrapreneurship – adding value with an organization<br />Weak mathematics – <br />Lack the conceptual understanding of applications of mathematics and other quantitative tools<br />Lack in mathematics and statistic literacy<br />Apparent existence of “silos” – <br />Missing interdisciplinary enhancements<br />Understanding the need to integrate from other disciplines<br />Reading skills are weak/non-existent<br />
    44. 44. Updates<br /><ul><li>Other states are implementing more entrepreneurial pathways (e.g. Nebraska, North Carolina, Georgia, and Ohio)
    45. 45. Economics is needed in Kansas secondary education
    46. 46. Management and entrepreneurship not only crosses over into other clusters, but it is timely for KSBDC has received additional funding to develop small business outreach programs in rural areas</li></li></ul><li>
    47. 47. <ul><li>Marketing and Finance are open for applications.
    48. 48. Business Management & Entrepreneurship and Hospitality & Tourism will be available Nov. 15, 2010 </li></li></ul><li>
    49. 49. Competencies and Indicators<br />
    50. 50. 35<br />KS BMA POS - Draft 1.4.pdf<br />
    51. 51. 36<br />Program of Study<br />Supportive Technical Courses (Optional)<br />
    52. 52. Courses - Competencies<br />
    53. 53. Updates:<br />Financial literacy will be integrated and measured within specifically:<br />Business Essentials<br />Business Economics<br />Applied Business Development<br />Assessment for Business Entrepreneurship Management:<br />Student portfolio – Entrepreneurship and Management (Rubric and guidelines TBD)<br />Creating a state assessment being evaluated.<br />
    54. 54. Applied Business Development<br />1 year required<br />Purpose – Creating and implementing a business venture<br />First semester – Classroom preparation:<br />20 competencies – building off of introductory and technical level <br />Participate in a performance based competition:<br />Stock market game<br />CTSO<br />Business plan competition<br />
    55. 55. Applied Business Development<br />Second semester – Business incubator:<br />Implement and operate for at least 5 school days<br />Sole proprietor venture<br />Team venture – Emphasis on team work and managing<br />NO Start-up capital – Emphasis on creating value from nothing<br />Supervised Entrepreneurial Experience:<br />Job shadowing<br />Job mentoring<br />Work with SBDC and Chambers<br />
    56. 56. Watch for “list serv” messages about the release <br />Look for it in Late September/October. <br />
    57. 57. Thank You<br />Kirk Haskins<br />khaskins@ksde.org<br />785.296.4916<br />

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