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TAACCCT To The Future

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Interactive idea generation presentation given at TAACCCT-ON in Topeka Kansas 24-Sep-2015. Engages TAACCCT grantees in discussion of current plans and recommendations for long term strategies for legacy building and maximizing impact and ROI of TAACCCT.

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TAACCCT To The Future

  1. 1. Legacy Building & Long Term Strategic Directions Paul Stacey Associate Director of Global Learning TAACCCT-ON 24-Sept-2015, Topeka, Kansas Except where otherwise noted these materials are licensed Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC BY)
  2. 2. Recommendations How to maximize impact & ROI of TAACCCT during & beyond grant duration • Brainstorm and idea generation • Propose possibilities • Discuss & invite strategy suggestions
  3. 3. Building Cumulative Impact • How can state rounds 3 and 4 grants build off rounds 1 and 2? • To what extent are rounds 3 & 4 laddering off credentials built in rounds 1 or 2? • What is each states TAACCCT legacy?
  4. 4. Academic Credential Mapping • What are the cumulative set of degrees being built out by TAACCCT grantees? • How do they ladder/lattice with each other? • How many credentials are developed against national competency standards or frameworks? • To what degree is there commonality and potential for connection and articulation?
  5. 5. Partnerships, Practices, & Policy • Are partnerships sustaining? Expanding? • Are coalitions and consortia being broadened within state, between states, and nationally? • Are new practices introduced in TAACCCT work affecting non-TAACCCT related work? • Have institutional policies been introduced because of TAACCCT?
  6. 6. Maximizing Use of TAACCCT Resources • To what extent are rounds 3 & 4 using resources built in rounds 1 or 2? • What’s the potential for forming sector- based communities of grantees who collaborate on leveraging, curating, building out, and enhancing a collection of resources for a sector? • Can sector based curricula development be coordinated?
  7. 7. Broadening TAACCCT Customers • Beyond grantees directly how can more use of TAACCCT be made by students, faculty, industry, NGO's, vendors, and technology providers? • What is the potential for use by non- grantees? • Is K-12 a potential customer? • What are the possibilities for use internationally? • How do future initiatives like the Skills Academy build on and extend TAACCCT?
  8. 8. Technology Integration • Can existing technologies be integrated with TAACCCT to build out a more end-to- end solution for students/job seekers? • For Example: One site that helps identify job prospects, provides labor market data on job demand/growth, lists actual jobs available, defines competencies needed for a job, assesses skill fit to career, links to educational resources that map to each competency associated with career, identifies providers who offer education/training for career, supports application to enroll in education/training for a career, etc. Current sites to consider: • O*NET - database of occupational information https://www.onetonline.org • My Next Move - interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about career options http://www.mynextmove.org/ • Career One Stop - career, training and job search resources http://www.careeronestop.org/ • MySkills MyFuture - explore new careers that may use the skills and experience gained in previous jobs http://www.myskillsmyfuture.org/ • Skills Commons - free and open job-driven workforce development learning materials for students, teachers, institutions, and industry. https://www.skillscommons.org/
  9. 9. Future & Strategic Direction Planning • Is there a need for a Strategic Directions Taskforce? • If yes, who should lead it and be on it? Composition? • What are your top three strategic recommendations for TAACCCT? Thanks!
  10. 10. Paul Stacey Creative Commons web site: http://creativecommons.org e-mail: pstacey@creativecommons.org blog: http://edtechfrontier.com presentation slides: http://www.slideshare.net/Paul_Stacey News: http://creativecommons.org/weblog Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/creativecommons

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