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Title: Colorado Community College System


1
NACTEI
2007 Savannah, Georgia
  • Colorado Community College System
  • Gail Anderson
  • Darrell Green Ph.D.

2
Teacher CadetRecruitment and Retention
3
Growing Our Own Teachers
4
Research Findings Show
  • 14 of New Teachers Leave after the First Year
  • 33 Leave Within Three Years
  • Almost 50 Leave Teaching in Five Years

5
Colorado Challenges
  • Shortages in the Fields of Math, Science, Special
    Education, Foreign Language, Career and Technical
    Education
  • Rural Areas
  • Retirements

6
Teacher Cadet Program
  • A Strategy to Recruit and Retain Teachers
  • An Introduction to Teaching that Explores Career
    Options in High School
  • In-depth Look into Teaching

7
Teacher Cadet Mission
  • Encourage academically talented students who
    possess exemplary interpersonal and leadership
    skills to consider a teaching career
  • Provide these future community leaders with
    insights about teaching and schools

8
Historical Milestones
  • 1985 -- Teacher Cadet began in South
    Carolina

1999 -- More than 23,500 students have
completed Teacher Cadet in South
Carolina
2004 -- Replicated in more than 25 states
9
Historical Milestones -- Colorado
2005 Completers
650 Colorado students have taken the Teacher
Cadet (TC) class (as of May 2006)
10
Teacher Cadet Programs in Colorado
  • Five years in Colorado
  • Funded through Carl Perkins grant
  • Taught by Family and Consumer Sciences teachers

11
Teacher Cadet Details
  • Year-long course

Honors elective
For Juniors and Seniors
College oriented
Enrollment criteria Application, 3.0 GPA, three
teacher recommendations, possible interview
12
Expanding the Teacher Cadet Program
  • Opportunities for Teachers in Your School
  • Approved Career and Technical Education Program
  • Vocational Credential
  • Summer Training
  • Professional Development

13
Teacher Qualities
  • Current CO Teachers License
  • Masters Degree (or working on a Masters Degree)
  • Three years Teaching Experience
  • Completion of Teacher Cadet Training
  • Principal Support
  • Passion for Teaching
  • Strong Relationships and Rapport with Students
  • Willingness to Go Above and Beyond Basic
    Expectations
  • Positive Role Model

14
Contact information
  • Gail Anderson, FACS Program Director
  • E-mail gail.anderson_at_cccs.edu or

15
How are Things Going to Change for our STUDENTS?
?
How Do we Grow Our Own Teachers in this CHANGING
WORLD?
16
Sometimes size does matter!If youre one in a
million in China
17
There are 1,300 people just like you.
18
In India there are 1,100 just like you.
19
The 25 of the population in China with the
highest IQS
20
Is greater than the population of North America
21
In India, its the top 28.
22
Translation for teachers They have more honors
kids than we have kids.
23
How Do We Compete?
  • We educate our own Technicians
  • Service technicians and occupations
  • Teachers
  • Community based professions
  • Their population is going to need support
  • How do we access 6.5 Billion people

24
China will soon become the number one English
speaking country in the world.
Did you Know?
25
If you took every single job in the U.S. today
and shipped it to China.
26
China would still have a labor surplus.
27
During the course of this presentation
28
60 babies will be born in the U.S.244 babies
will be born in China.351 babies will be born
in India.
29
The U.S. Department of Labor estimates that
todays learner will have 10-14 jobs.
30
By the age of 38.
31
According to the U.S. Department of Labor.
32
1 out of 4 workers today is working for a company
they have been employed by for less than one year.
33
More than 1 out of 2 are working for a company
they have worked for less than five years.
34
According to former Secretary of Education
Richard Riley
35
The top 10 in-demand jobs in 2010 didnt exist in
2004.
36
We are currently preparing students for jobs that
dont yet exist.
37
Using technologies that havent been invented
38
In order to solve problems we dont even know are
problems yet.
39
The U.S. is the 20th in the world in broadband
Internet penetration.(Luxembourg just passed us.)
40
In 2002 alone Nintendo invested more than 140
million in research and development.
41
The U.S. Federal Government spent less than half
as much on Research and Innovation.
42
1 out every 8 couples married in the U.S. last
year met online.
43
There are over 100 million registered users of
MySpace.(Aug. 2006)
44
The average MySpace page is visited 30 times a
day.
45
The number of text messages sent and received
everyday exceeds the population of the planet.
46
Its estimated that 1.5 exabyte's (thats
1.5x1018) of unique new information will be
generated worldwide this year.
47
Thats estimated to be more than in the previous
500 years
48
The amount of new technical information is
doubling every 2 years.
49
That means for a student starting a four-year
technical or college degree
50
Half of what they learn in their first year of
study will be outdated by their third year of
study.
51
Its predicted to double every 72 hours by 2010.
52
Third generation fiber optics has been separately
tested by NEC and Alcatel
53
That pushes 10 trillion bits per second down one
strand of fiber.
54
Thats 1,900 CDS or 150 million simultaneous
phone calls every second.
55
Its currently tripling about every 6 months and
is expected to do so for at least the next 20
years.Effectively at no additional cost.
56
47 million laptops were shipped worldwide last
year.
57
The 100 laptop project is expecting to ship
between 50 and 100 million laptops a year to
children in underdeveloped countries.
58
By 2023, a 1000 computer will exceed the
capabilities of the Human Brain
59
First grader Abby will be just 23 years old and
beginning her (first) career
60
And while technical predictions farther out than
15 years are hard to do.
61
Predictions are that by 2049 a 1000 computer
will exceed the computational capabilities of the
human race.
62
How does this affect the way we teach and learn?
63
Colorado Education
64
Where Do Career and Technical Education Students
Go?
Secondary CTE Placements
36
58
Continuing Education Health 75 Marketing 62 FCS
54 Business 75 Technical 80 Trade Ind.
64 Agriculture 60
103,000 Students
CTSO Dropout Only 3.7
65
Reading in America
  • Consider the following statistics
  • Only 14 of adults with a grade school education
    read literature in 2002.
  • 51 of the American population never reads a book
    over 400 pages after they complete their formal
    education.
  • 73 of all books in libraries are never checked
    out.
  • The average American watches 32 hours of TV every
    week.
  • The average American reads only eight hours
    (books, newspapers, magazines, Yellow Pages,
    etc.) every week.
  • The average American annually spends ten times
    more on what he puts on his head than what puts
    into his head.

66
Reading in America
  • Consider the following
  • If you read just one book per month for 12
    straight months, you will be in the top 25
    percentile of all intellectuals in the world!
  • If you read five books on one subject, you are
    one of the worlds foremost leading authorities
    on that subject!

67
Technology is Changing Us and our Needs
Podcasts, iTunes Universitys
68
Technology
All of the new fonts in Microsoft Vista were
design to read on screen.
BenQ-Siemens P5 Pocket PC Phone with Skype, VOIP
  • Portable computing with all the services

69
Technology Education Needs
  • Nano Technology
  • Communications Technologies (Wireless Technology
    Access everywhere WIMAX)
  • Alternative Energies, Process Technology
  • Alternative Fuels Micro Fuel Cell (Toshiba 2008)
    Replace Batteries)
  • Hydrogen Fuel cells
  • Work force needed (Science, engineering based
    (technicians), technical, and non-off shoring
    service jobs)
  • TV shows determining are hot programs
  • Welding (Junk yard, biker shows),
  • Business (Apprentice),
  • Culinary Arts (Cooking shows),
  • Health care (ER, Greys Anatomy, CSI)
  • Music

70
Toshiba Fuel Cells
Toshiba announces a prototype of a Fuel Cell MP3
Player. This Toshiba MP3 player is powered by a
Methanol Fuel Cell. There is actually a Flash
based MP3 player and a HDD based player. The HDD
based Player has a 10ml fuel tank, which provides
for a 60 hour play time. The Flash MP3 Player has
a 3.5ml tank that holds for 35 hours.
Waiting for approval to use in these in the
passenger compartment of airplanes! 2006
71
Near Future Needs
  • Think about it as we loose our Electronics
    Programs
  • By 2010, personal transportation devices will be
    all the rage, and electric shoes with built-in
    roller-skates will be gaining much of the
    attention. After nine years of heavy media
    coverage, the Segway Human Transporter will begin
    to gain serious market share.
  • By 2015, traditional gas-powered autos will
    start to decline with electric automobiles and
    hybrids taking up most of the slack.
  • Frictionless engines will form the basis of new
    propulsion systems for space travel.

72
The Power Industry
  • Space-based power stations will be operational,
    supplying a significant percentage of the world's
    power needs.
  • Nearly all light bulbs will have disappeared,
    replaced with binary power creating points of
    light in space.

73
The Power Industry
  • Electric vehicles will start to make major market
    inroads around 2015 because of improved battery
    technologies and because of the fact that the
    electric infrastructure is already in place for
    rapid "refueling." Hydrogen will make some
    inroads but will not become anything more than a
    niche industry.

74
Binary power
  • To better explain binary power, think in terms of
    two invisible beams intersecting in a room and
    the point at which they intersect is a glowing
    point of light. Yes, binary power eventually will
    replace all light bulbs. And lest you think it
    can only be used for intense forms of power, it
    also will be used to create "points" of sound,
    eliminating the need for speakers and headphones.

75
Near Future Needs
  • By 2020, we will see an industry being built up
    around self-illuminating highways - highways that
    glow in the dark. "Glow roads" will dramatically
    change the nighttime aesthetics of major cities
    and will be shown to improve driving safety at
    night and reduce the need for streetlights.
  • With GPS guidance systems and controls there will
    be no need for traffic courts

76
The emerging space industry
By 2050
  • We will have fully functioning space elevators
    operating at full capacity, moving both people
    and supplies into space.
  • More than 1 million people will have visited the
    moon.
  • Several dozen space hotels will have made a major
    impact on tourism.
  • Several space stations will have been started as
    small working cities to build the next generation
    of space-based industries.

77
Space Elevator
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Carbon Nanotubes
  • The space elevator would ferry satellites,
    spaceships, and pieces of space stations into
    space using electric lifts clamped to the ribbon.
  • The discovery of carbon Nanotubes and the ongoing
    development to implement them into a composite is
    the key to space elevator viability being
    achieved in the coming years.

1000th the thickness of human hair- stronger than
steel
79
The doors of wisdom are never shut.
Benjamin Franklin
We looked at being employed for life, students
today have to be employable for life. We have to
teach them to be able to change and be prepared!
Todays Learners
Life is like riding a bicycle. You dont fall off
unless you stop pedaling. Harvey Mackay
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