Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Solving the Team Building Puzzle

4,428 views

Published on

With so much hype about teamwork and team-building, does this really make a difference in student achievement? In reality, how can teacher teams accomplish more in Career Technical Education than stand alone teachers/courses? Explore strategic assessment components that will assist in solving the team-building puzzle. Find out how to solve the puzzle with great resources.

CAST (Collaborative Alignment Support Team)

Published in: Education
  • Login to see the comments

Solving the Team Building Puzzle

  1. 1. Solving the Team Building Puzzle Collaborative Alignment Support Team
  2. 2. Role of Attendee What is your role in your current school?
  3. 3. Purpose – Why are you here? Why is it necessary to become a team? What can teams accomplish? Who are the players?
  4. 4. Someone had a vision! The process can be initiated by any stakeholder to begin:  California Partnership Academy  Small Learning Communities  Career Pathway
  5. 5. Team Dynamics Collaboration Common Goal (Summative) Common Formative Assessment Diversity in Representation Expertise Time to be Together Motivation/Inspiration
  6. 6. Are You Puzzled? Putting a team together
  7. 7. High School CTE Industry/Community Administrator Instructor(s) Core Partners Teachers Post Counselor Secondary Middle School Rep Admin/Staff District Rep
  8. 8. Will: • Encourage the process High School • Guide decision making Administrator • Provide essential support • Provide financial assistance
  9. 9. High School Administrator
  10. 10. Will: • Provide CTE CTE standards based Instructor(s) instruction • Collaborate on interdisciplinary curriculum • Bring career expertise and work place application
  11. 11. CTE Instructor(s) High School Administrator
  12. 12. Will: • Provide academic standards based instruction Core Teachers • Collaborate on interdisciplinary curriculum • Bring subject matter expertise
  13. 13. CTE Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator
  14. 14. Will: • Provide student guidance Counselor • Help design and implement the interdisciplinary schedule • Monitor student progress/ generate data • Continued academic support
  15. 15. CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator
  16. 16. Will: • Provide foundation of Middle School Admin/Staff career awareness • Articulate with the CTE high school program
  17. 17. CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Middle School Administrator
  18. 18. Will: • Facilitate Post articulation Secondary Rep • Provide advanced technical training
  19. 19. CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Middle School Post Administrator Secondary Rep
  20. 20. Will: • Provide work-based learning • Provide mentors and guest lecturers Industry/ Community Partner • Provide resources • Provide legislative advocacy • Provide professional development
  21. 21. CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Industry/ Middle School Post Community Administrator Secondary Partner Rep
  22. 22. Will: Support the concept of the career emphasis/focus process and components Provide regularly scheduled District Rep time for pathway team collaboration Support high tech learning facilities, equipment and pathway promotion
  23. 23. CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Industry/ Middle School District Rep Post Community Administrator Secondary Partner Rep
  24. 24. Recap Players, Role , etc.
  25. 25. CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Industry/ Middle School District Rep Post Community Administrator Secondary Partner Rep
  26. 26. Small Groups What pieces are missing in your puzzle? Adding those pieces:  Resources  Solid Strategies  Suggested Activities
  27. 27. Funding Sources FEDERAL Carl Perkins Act Title II (NCLB) Title I (NCLB) STATE SB70 (Chancellors Office)
  28. 28. Resources  http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/pn/fd/  http://www.health-careers.org/  http://www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov/  http://www.cccco.edu/divisions/esed/sb70/sb70.htm  http://www.careerclusters.org/  http://www.cacareerzone.org  http://www.statewidepathways.org/  http://casn.berkeley.edu/  http://www.ca-clearinghouse.net/
  29. 29. Contacts Carla Cherry – Kern Resource Center  ccherry@khsd.k12.ca.us  661.827.3266 Cindy Beck - CDE  cbeck@cde.ca.gov  916.319.0470

×