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Model Technology Plan for Cosmetology

Model Technology Plan for Cosmetology

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  • Technology Plan
    • Becky Breda
    • Vocational Technical School
    • EDUU563
    • July 29, 2011
  • Mission and Vision
    • To offer training that prepares each student in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary for cosmetology with the use of technology
    • Maximize the development and personal growth of each student as a total person and to help them discover their true potential
  • Technology Plan Description
    • XXX Beauty Institute, a premiere beauty school in Lancaster, Ca.,
    • Dedicated to nurturing the artist
    • Provides high standards for our facilities and educational services
    • Assisting students in acquiring their license
    • Accredited by National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences.
    • Technology plans length is 1600 hours, or 13 months, for each student
    • Technology plan will be included in all modules.
    • Demographics for the cosmetology program are 97% female, and 3% male
    • Languages diversities Spanish, Korean, and Cambodian
    • Ethnic diversity, Africans, Argentineans, and Mexicans, Caucasians, and African Americans.
  • Stakeholders
    • Ms. D, owner of XXX Beauty Institute
    • Mrs. H, campus supervisor
    • Ms. B. Breda clinic floor supervisor
    • Mr. C and Mr. G barber instructors
    • Xxx campus instructors, xxx office staff
    • Cosmetology students and parents
    • Future cosmetology students the community
  • Curriculum
    • Teachers and Students:
    • Wireless connection available for teachers and students
    • Technological use for teaching and using content www.milady.com
    • Students have access to wireless technology
    • Teachers and students use www.miladyonline.cengage.com
    • Campus reference library with electronic resources software
  • Curriculum Objectives
    • Objective:
    • By April 2012, 75% of students will be able to perform basic manipulative skills in hairstyling, hair cutting, hair coloring, texture services, hair conditioning, skin and make-up, manicures, pedicures and nail extensions, over the April 2011 baseline scores measured by California CTE foundation standards.
    • Benchmark:
    • Laptop computers and smart phones are regular technological tools in the teaching environment. By the end of the year 2012, the percentage of students passing the state board examination will increase by 10% from the 2011 to 2012 baseline scores for a total of 85%, passing the examination. With teachers and students increasing their use of computers to improve classroom presentations for learning the curriculum aligned with the California CTE standards, this percentage could increase to 96%.
  • Districts Use of Technology
    • Network structure incorporates technology internal and external
    • Use technology as a tool in classrooms.
    • Meaningful two-way communication, input and collaboration
    • Virtual learning environments and learning labs on-site
    • Public forums School Board’s Education Committee meetings
    • Districts websites share data and improvement efforts
    • Drop-out prevention and
    • Graduation rates and attendance.
  • Professional Development
    • Xxx Beauty Institute teachers attend an annual professional development class titled “Mindful Teaching,” which is for all educators who teach in the beauty human services industry, the sponsor is Pivot Point International .
    • Goal:
    • Mandatory 40 hours of professional development every 2 years
    • Objective:
    • All instructors to sign in for attendance to receive instructional hours
    • Benchmark:
    • All instructors to attend a professional development class on team teaching
    • Evaluation:
    • All instructors certification of attendance turned in to administration
  • Infrastructure
    • Hardware:
    • 60” TV screens on the main clinic floor
    • 40” TV screens in all other classroom
    • TV screens all have DVD players for use of instruction with teaching discs
    • Wireless internet access
    • Software:
    • Variety of DVD’s, videos, a complete teacher’s management guide
    • Power point presentations designed by xxx instructors
    • Technical Support:
    • Provided by xxx instructors with each other when necessary
    • Xxx instructors network and collaborate on different subject matter
    • Xxx instructors integrate technology with projectors and laptop computers
  • Funding
    • Established and potential funding sources:
    • On going student enrollment and the sale of beauty supplies and services offered to the public.
    • Annual implementation costs:
    • $117,000 for 1 – 2 years
    • Instructors will provide their own travel costs for professional development
    • Educators will seek avenues for technical support
    • Electronic resources are provided by the campus and are upgraded every year
    • Instructors can include their own electronic resources to implement in instruction
    • Ed Tech funding:
    • Ed Tech funding will be monitored by events of new electronic resources that become available, and the cost to implement, which is generally every 3 years.
    • There usually is no cost to implement other new electronic resources, most xxx instructors bring in and implement the resources.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Survey the students on the integration of technologies into instruction
    • How well instructors adapt to using technology in presentations
    • The schedule for evaluation of the plan will be every 3 months
    • Will be discussed in detail in staff meetings
    • Improvements will be analyzed
    • Teachers needing to take computer class
    • Resources becoming available for the campus to purchase
    • Evaluation results can be discussed on a weekly basis with all tech plan stakeholders
  • Collaborative Strategies with Adult Literacy Providers
    • Educators will collaborate in advance on what content they are teaching and if any student has a literacy problem.
    • The literacy problems in the content area of cosmetology or barbering are brought to Mrs. H xxx campus supervisor, then brought to Ms. Breda’s attention for tutoring purposes.
    • Other providers and services are located at the local community college in the learning lab, of which some students have access to these services.
  • Researched Based Methods
    • Technical schools use more technology than average four year institutions
    • Technical institutions have increased their budgets for funding
    • Vocational schools require technical equipment
    • High-tech industries are the fasted growing areas
    • High-tech have the lowest numbers of qualified workers
    • Vocational schools are the best equipped with technology
    • Technical school educators take classes on instructional technology techniques
    • Technology enhances the curriculum and the learning environment
  • Strategies
    • Enhance the curriculum and the learning environment for all students.
    • Distance learning is supplied by the school from an online Milady’s testing site provided by Xxx Beauty Institute.
    • All students have access to the testing site with an ID and password provided by Xxx Beauty Institute.
    • Will help students for distance learning to study for exams on campus and raise their testing scores.
    • The web site can be accessed at any time, so students can study ahead of time the next chapter.
    • Computerized testing bank has 3 formats in which the students can practice tests.
    • Students can also access the computerized testing site after graduation in preparation for the California Cosmetology or Barbering state board written examination for licensure.
  • Measurable Objectives April 2011 to 2012 baseline scores