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Title: Perils, Pitfalls and Participation


1
Perils, Pitfalls and Participation
  • Regional Career Technical Education Plan

2
Presentation Goals
  • Outline the steps that occurred to develop and
    implement a county wide career technical
    education plan in Santa Cruz County
  • Participants will have the opportunity to review
    systems of engagement that they can use for
    counselors, instructors, administrators, and
    others

3
What You Will Gain From This Presentation
  • Coordinating outreach efforts to the educational
    community in your area
  • Engaging educators in creative conversations
    about CTE
  • An example of a county-wide CTE plan to eliminate
    redundancy and streamline efforts
  • Strategies for facilitating a distance leadership
    collaborative

4
Table Discussion
  • How Do You Build Partnerships in Your Area

5
County-wide CTE Plan
  • The ongoing development of Tech Prep Model and
    strategies that grew into an expanded model for
    K-14 Career Technical Education.

6
County-wide CTE Plan Elements
  • Foundation and relationship building the
    supported our progress
  • Activities
  • Sequence of Events
  • Timing

7
Foundation Relationship Building
  • Long working history between Tech Prep Consortium
    Members
  • Cabrillo College
  • Santa Cruz County Office of Education - SCCOE
  • Regional Opportunity Program - ROP
  • All 8 comprehensive high schools
  • 2 alternative education high schools

8
Tech Prep Consortium Committees
  • Steering Committee with Tech Prep and ROP
    Directors as CO-Chairs
  • Guidance Counseling Learning Collaborative
  • Monthly Meetings

9
Ongoing Information Sharing
  • Between Tech Prep and ROP Tech Prep attends ROP
    Counselors meetings and professional development
    trainings monthly
  • Principals - in collaboration with the SCCOE
    monthly meetings with principals of all high
    schools and middle schools.
  • Oatmeal Club Superintendents, leadership of
    ROP, Cabrillo College, Adult Education, and
    SCCOE.

10
Ongoing Information Sharing, Contd
  • ROP Counselors - annual visit at their sites by
    grant coordinators
  • Industry Leaders locally once per month,
    regionally once per year (minimum)

11
Activities help galvanize partners to move toward
a county-wide plan
12
Activities4 Years of Successful Tech Prep Award
Applications
  • Annual Tech Prep Grants
  • CDE Tech Prep Grants
  • Chancellors Office SB70 Grants
  • Quick Start - BRIDGE
  • Expanding CTE IT Grant,
  • 7th 8th Grade Career Exploration
  • Opportunity for Facilities 1D Grant

13
Amazing Sequence of Events
  • 1D Facilities Grant Opportunity presented to
    Tech Prep Consortium Members
  • They asked us to present to the principals at the
    monthly meeting
  • Principals asked that we go to the COE
    Superintendent, Michael Watkins
  • He asked that we go to the District
    Superintendents ( all 10)
  • District Sups asked us to present to their School
    Boards

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Outcomes
  • Schools Boards took Leadership by Adopting a
    Regional CTE Plan
  • Demonstrates their support for multiple
    opportunities for student success
  • Demonstrates their belief in career technical
    education aligning with academics
  • Demonstrates the strength of our collaborative
    networks

15
TrustHistory Willingness Responsiveness
Open communication Focusing on the bigger
pictureExperience with building models
16
Serving ALL of the students ALL of the
institutions
17
Big Factors
  • Timing
  • Being Opportunistic
  • Building on play with who wants to play to get
    tractions.

18
Partners
  • Santa Cruz County Office of Education
  • Santa Cruz County Regional Occupation Programs
  • Your Future Is Our Business (YFIOB)
  • Local High Schools
  • Administrators
  • Faculty
  • Counselors

19
Partners, Contd
  • Community Colleges
  • Cañada
  • Diablo Valley
  • College of San Mateo
  • Skyline
  • Workforce Investment Board
  • Industry leaders, Unions

20
Connection Points
  • Tech Prep Guidance and Learning Collaborative
  • ROP Counselors Meeting
  • The Oatmeal Gang
  • High School/Middle School Principals Network
  • Superintendents Meetings

21
How the County-wide CTE Plan was started
Puzzle Pieces
22
Tech Prep Guidance and Learning Collaborative
  • High school counselors committed to learning
    about CTE opportunities and promoting them for
    their students
  • Monthly meetings
  • Whats happening at each site
  • What new activities are being implemented and the
    results
  • How to expand support of CTE for students

23
Guidance and Learning Collaborative, contd
  • Participants engaged in professional development
  • Conferences on academic and CTE standards,
  • Cabrillo Connections for Student Success
  • On-site training in sequence development
  • Access to Tech Prep Director and staff when
    questions arise

24
ROP Counselors Meetings
  • Invited to monthly meetings to maintain open
    communication between the college and ROP
  • Promote anything new that could support
    Counselors at their schools
  • Identify

25
The Oatmeal Gang
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High School/Middle School Principals Network
27
Superintendents Meeting
28
Building Your Partnerships
29
Differences Groups Teams
  • People are independent
  • Success is measured by the individual
  • Your schedule is your own
  • You have to be there
  • Trust in yourself
  • WIIFM
  • People are interdependent
  • Success is measured by the group
  • Your schedule is dictated by the team
  • You want to be there
  • Trust within the team
  • WIIFU

30
What Teams Need to be Successful
  • Ongoing, clear communication
  • Positive committed management
  • Focused training
  • Coaches vs. managers
  • Reward and recognition systems that are aligned
    to teams.

31
Clear Communication
  • Organizational Chart
  • Monthly Steering Committee Meetings
  • Face-to-face meetings two times per year
  • Commitment of all partners to check web site and
    review documents
  • Editing by all for written record

32
Supportive Management
  • Motivated writer
  • New web site
  • Grant manager
  • Distributed decision making

33
Focused Training
  • On line reporting of data
  • Person-to-person email for lynda.com
  • DMA Training 2 summers
  • ACME Training
  • Counselor Training ongoing for a small group, 2
    X per year for all counselors

34
Reward Recognition Systems
  • Symposium certificates for participants
  • Sharing the great data and narratives to all
    partners
  • Positive Intent

35
Purpose statements act as the star by which the
team navigates
  • Mission, Vision Goals

36
The Grants Frames Our Work
37
Measuring As You Go
  • Quarterly Reports

38
Goals of the BRIDGE Grant
  • Partnering with 5 community colleges, establish
    one college/ROP/high school team to increase
    opportunities for students in multimedia and
    entertainment following a Tech Prep articulation
    model
  • Pursue staff development, articulation and
    curriculum development projects to share with
    collaborative

39
Goals of the BRIDGE Grant, contd
  • Create Middle and High School digital
    media/multimedia summer academy/camps
  • Alignment of high school and college curriculum
    to CTE, CC, UC, and CSU
  • Provide online professional development through
    lynda.com to complement existing courses and
    expand 9-14 course offerings

40
Goals of the BRIDGE Grant, contd
  • Create transfer degrees in Multimedia Studies,
    222 model for Digital Arts/Multimedia
  • Test out models to determine usefulness for other
    college, high school, ROP, and Tech Prep programs

41
Products from our Partnerships
  • http//www.bridgeconsortium.org

42
Goals of the IT Grant
  • Bridge the gap between supply and demand of IT
    employees through
  • Establishment of a new Industrial Technology
    Collaborative bringing industry, workforce and
    education together to coordinate efforts
  • Providing professional development to high
    school, ROP and college faculty on CTE standards,
    industry practices, pedagogy, and articulation
    practices to support high quality, rigorous,
    effective instruction

43
Goals of the IT Grant, Contd
  • Developing articulated, coordinated programs in
    construction, engineering technology, and
    mechanical trades
  • Developing a sequence of courses at high school
    leading to ROP classes (at high school) and
    Cabrillo courses (while at high school and
    afterwards), culminating in employment
    opportunities with local employers
  • Creation of a Mechanical, Engineering and
    Construction Academy at local high school

44
Goals of the IT Grant, Contd
  • Developing articulated, coordinated programs in
    construction, engineering technology, and
    mechanical trades
  • Developing a sequence of courses at high school
    leading to ROP classes (at high school) and
    Cabrillo courses (while at high school and
    afterwards), culminating in employment
    opportunities with local employers
  • Creation of a Mechanical, Engineering and
    Construction Academy at local high school

45
Goals of the MS Career Exploration Grant
  • Engage middle school administrators, faculty, and
    counselors in promoting The Real Game and other
    middle school career exploration curricula in
    their schools
  • Provide career exploration activities for
    students through a Career Academy summer camp
    focusing on 5 career pathways

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MS Career Exploration Grant, Contd
  • Use high school students to expose middle school
    students to ROP CTE courses at the conducted at
    the local high schools
  • Connect middle school administrators, faculty and
    counselors through Tech Prep consortia
  • Align guidance processes of middle school, high
    school, and community college systems

47
IT Products
48
MEC Academy Soquel High School Mechanical,
Engineering and Construction Program
49
MEC Academy Course Sequences
High School Requirements MEC Academy
Post high school options work, technical
training institute, Cabrillo College
50
Minimum A-G Requirements Met
Post high school options All of the above plus
California State University
51
Recommended A-G Requirements Met
Post high school options All of the above plus
University of California
52
Certificates
Basic Welding Skills Certificate (Note This
certificate may be completed in two
semesters) Semester 1 W 151 Gas and TIG
Welding 2 W 156 Sheet Metal
Fabrication 2 Semester 2 W 150 Arc Welding
2 W 152 Advanced Welding 2 Total for
Basic Welding Skills Certificate 8
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Certificates, Cont d
Construction Career Path This skills certificate
serves as a stepping stone into Cabrillo's CEM
program for high school and ROP students. Up to 4
units of CEM 190AZ credit may be obtained through
articulation agreements with ROP and the high
schools for construction related coursework taken
at the high school level. CEM 151 Construction
Fundamentals Principles and Practices 3 C
EM 151L Construction Fundamentals Principles and
Practices Lab 1 AND Any combination of
the following courses totaling 4 units CEM
190AZ Special Topics in Construction and Energy
Management ½-5 OR CG 51 Introduction to
College 1-3 Total for Construction Career
Path Skills Certificate 8
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Certificates, Contd
Technology and Trades Skills Certificate CEM 178A
Residential Construction Skills 1 "Front End"
3 CG 54 Career Planning 2 CS 1L Lab
Intro to Computers and Computer
Technology 2 ENGR 5 Engineering as a
Profession 2 ETECH 24 Introduction to
AutoCAD 3 W 150 Arc Welding 2 Total
Technology and Trades Skills Certificate
14 We recommend the online section to avoid
scheduling difficulties with other Technology and
Trades courses. We recommend that students
complete high school algebra or MATH 154 prior to
enrolling in this course. If desired, one
required Technology and Trades course may
be replaced with one of the following (listed
courses may require the completion of
prerequisites) ETECH 41 Computer Aided
Drafting/Manufacturing I . . . . 3 ETECH 42
Computer Aided Drafting/Manufacturing II . . .
3 ETECH 60 Architecture I . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ETECH 61
Architecture II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . 3 ETECH 62 Architecture III . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 ETECH 71 ArchiCAD I . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ETECH 130
Introduction to Pro/Engineer . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . 3 ETECH 140 Introduction to Maya . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ETECH 175
ArchiCAD II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . 3 W151 Gas and TIG Welding . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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ARTICULATION AGREEMENT ROP-CABRILLO
COLLEGE   This is an Agreement between Santa Cruz
County Regional Occupation Program and Cabrillo
College. The subject area of this agreement is
Metal Fabrication/Welding   2006-2007 through
2007-2008   High School course Metal
Fabrication College course Arc Welding W
150 Students who complete the Metal Fabrication
course at the high school with a grade of C or
better are eligible to petition for 2 units of
"credit by exam" upon registering at Cabrillo
College within 2 years of completion of their
high school course.       Course completion is
to be verified by instructor grade report sent to
the Cabrillo Articulation Office. Special
conditions/comments This agreement is in place
for 2 years.   Authorized Signatures   __________
____________ __________ ________________
____________ Gary Marcoccia,
Faculty Date Rieber DateCabrillo
College Director of ROP   _____________________
_ __________ Wanda Garner,
Division Dean Date Cabrillo College   ___
___________________ __________
Mary Ellen Sullivan Date
Cabrillo College   ________________________
___________Renee Kilmer Date Vice
President, Instruction Cabrillo
College  4/07    
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ARTICULATION AGREEMENT ROP-WATSONVILLE HIGH
SCHOOL-CABRILLO COLLEGE   This is an Agreement
between Santa Cruz County Regional Occupation
Program, Watsonville High School and Cabrillo
College. The subject area of this agreement is
Metal Fabrication/Welding   2006-2007 through
2007-2008   High School course Metal
Fabrication College course Arc Welding W
150 Students who complete the Metal Fabrication
course at the high school with a grade of C or
better are eligible to petition for 2 units of
"credit by exam" upon registering at Cabrillo
College within 2 years of completion of their
high school course.       Course completion is
to be verified by instructor grade report sent to
the Cabrillo Articulation Office. Special
conditions/comments This agreement is in place
for 2 years.   Authorized Signatures   __________
____________ __________ ________________
____________ Gary Marcoccia,
Faculty Date Rieber DateCabrillo
College Director of ROP   _____________________
_ __________ ______________________
__________ Wanda Garner, Division
Dean Date Robert Atwood Date Cabrillo
College Watsonville High School   ________
______________ __________
______________________ __________
Mary Ellen Sullivan Date Murry
Schekman Date Cabrillo College Watsonville
High School, Principal   ________________________
___________Renee Kilmer Date Vice
President, Instruction Cabrillo
College  4/07
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  • How The Program Works
  • Soquel High School Mechanical, Engineering
    Construction Academy

Santa Cruz County Regional CTE Plan
Step 4 Work Welders 18,700 -
51,300 Cabinetmakers 16,100 -
42,600 Construction Managers 53,500 -
129,700 Industrial Engineering Tech 30,700 -
86,100 Civil Engineers 50,500 - 107,000 Civil
Engineering Techs 40,000 - 69,700 Drafters 20,
200 - 71,200 Industrial Engineers 50,200 -
112,300 Construction Laborers17,700 -
53,300 Architectural Civil Drafters 29,800 -
67,300 Cabrillo College Programs Computer
Info Systems Computer Science Construction Enginee
ring Welding Technical Training
Institute California State University University
of California
Step 1 Middle School Students Career Exploration
Curricula Career Panels College
Presentations Visits to MEC Academy Career
Exploration Summer Camp
Step 2a ROP CTE Classes (Taken as electives in
11th 12th grades) Engineering/Engineering
Tech Engine Repair Metal Fabrication Construction
Mill Cabinetry Construction Tech Horticulture
Step 2 9-12 Core Classes (Meets both HS and A-G
Requirements) Science Social Studies English
Math Health World Language CTE
Courses E-literacy Advanced Industrial Arts Metal
Shop Adv. Drafting Adv. Wood Shop
Step 3. Cabrillo College CTE Classes (taken
concurrently in 11th and 12th grades) Engineering
/Engineering Tech Classes Engineering as a
Profession (11th grade) Intro to Auto CAD (11th
grade) Engineering Communication (12th grade) CAD
Manufacturing I (12th grade) Sp. Topics in
Engineering (12th grade) Survey of Electrical
Technology Construction Classes Foundation Lay
Out Framing
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Presenters
  • Laura Grinder, Tech Prep Coordinator,
    lagrinde_at_cabrillo.edu
  • Audries Blake, Coordinator, aublake_at_cabrillo.edu
  • Connie Benton, BRIDGE Coordinator,
    cobenton_at_cabrillo.edu
  • Joann Denning, DVC Digital Media jdenning_at_dvc.edu

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Plus Delta
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