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Title: Meeting the State of Michigan


1
Meeting the State of Michigans High School
Requirements One Credit at a Time
Livonia Career Technical Center
LIVONIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Wayne Regional Education Service Agency
2
High School Requirements Beginning with the Class
of 2011
  • English Language Arts 4 credits
  • Mathematics 4 credits - Geometry, Algebra I
    and Algebra II (or equivalent) with a
    math-related class in the final year.
  • Science 3 credits Biology, Chemistry or
    Physics, and one additional science credit
  • Social Studies 3 credits World History, U.S.
    History, American Govt. / Economics
  • Personal Fitness/Health - 1.0 credit (.5 each
    course)
  • Visual, Performing, and/or Applied Arts
  • 1.0 credit
  • On-line learning 20 hours

3
Livonia Career Technical Center Programs
  • 2-Hour Programs
  • Architectural Technology CAD
  • Cisco Academy
  • Cosmetology (contracted)
  • Digital Imaging
  • Engineering Technology(CAD)
  • Fashion Merchandising
  • Management Business Admin
  • Medical Assisting
  • Medical Occupations
  • Network Administration
  • Sports Medicine
  • Web Page Design Interactive Media

3-Hour Programs Automotive Technology Building
Trades Criminal Justice Hospitality
Management Residential Construction
4
Livonia Career Technical Center Articulation with
Area Colleges
  • Ferris State University
  • Baker College
  • Davenport University
  • Madonna University
  • Schoolcraft College
  • Henry Ford Community College
  • Follow-up of 2006 Graduates
  • LPS 815 completers, 728 responders, 597
    continuing their education
    (82.2)
  • LCTC 427 completers, 413
    responders, 333 continuing education
    (81)

5
LCTC Enrollment 2007-2008
  • 842 students
  • (26 9-10th grade P.A.V.E. - not CTE)
  • 230 11th graders (15.2 of 1511)
  • 586 12th graders (39.4 of 1489)
  • How do we continue to enroll 11th graders when
    they have a six-hour day, four academic
    requirements, and limited choices for electives
    in their career pathway (with a three-hour LCTC
    class) ?

6
Additional Legislation Impacting CTE Programs
  • The Carl D. Perkins CTE Improvement Act of
  • 2006 (Perkins IV)
  • Challenging academic content standards
  • Student placement in postsecondary education,
    advanced training, military service or employment

7
Additional Legislation Impacting CTE Programs
(continued)
  • Technical competencies aligned with industry
    standards (statewide CTE assessments)
  • Career and technical programs of study built
    on career pathways and career cluster initiatives
  • New requirements as of Perkins IV

8
So, how does LCTC fit in?
  • 20 hours on-line learning 11th and/or 12th
    grades
  • 1 credit Visual, Performing, or Applied Arts
  • Algebra II (.5 credit) in the 11th Grade
  • Senior year math related course
  • .5 Health Credit (if enrolled in LCTC Health
    Sciences)

9
LIVONIA PUBLIC SCHOOLSFOUR-YEAR PLANHIGH
SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS WITH LCTC ELECTIVESBeginning
with the 2011 Graduating Class
English Language Arts 9
English Language Arts 10
English Language Arts 11
Biology
Chemistry
Physical Science OR Physics
World History
U. S. History
Geometry
Algebra I
10
EDP Requirement as stated in Legislation
  • . . . each pupil in grade 7 is provided with the
    opportunity to develop an educational development
    plan (EDP), . . . has developed an educational
    plan before he or she begins high school. . . .
    and shall be based on a career pathways program
    or similar career exploration.
  • HB5606 (11), April 2006

11
LIVONIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENT
NAME_______________________________DATE_______ E
DUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN STUDENT
SIGNATURE__________________________DATE_______
PARENT SIGNATURE___________________________DAT
E_______ COUNSELOR SIGNATURE________________
_______DATE_______
  • Possible Occupations/Career by selected pathways
  • ___________________________
  • ___________________________
  • ___________________________
  • ___________________________

Educational/Training Goals ___2 yr associates
degree ___Trade/Technical School ___4 yr
bachelors degree ___Doctoral
degree ___Masters degree
___Apprenticeship ___On the job training
___Military ___Other
  • Career Pathways (Goals from Assessment results)
  • _____________________________________
  • _____________________________________

The Livonia Public Schools School District
prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of
race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age,
height, weight, marital status, handicap, or
disability in any of its educational programs or
activities. The following person has been
designated to handle inquiries regarding the
nondiscrimination policies Director of Human
Resources, 15125 Farmington Road, Livonia, MI
48154, 734-744-2500.
DRAFT
01/11/07
12
v 20 hours on-line learning
  • Teachers LCTC utilize computer lab for multiple
    reasons
  • Blackboard (free through WCRESA)
  • (5 classrooms have full computer labs)
  • KeyTrain.com
  • NCA goal
  • Partial requirement for senior math related
    credit
  • Career Readiness Certificate
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Reading for Information
  • Locating Information

13
v Visual, Performing, and Applied Arts
  • 1.0 Credit
  • LCTC and H.S. CTE programs have cross walked
    with State Standards to get CTE courses VPAA
    approved by Livonia Public Schools

14
Create, Present, Respond
  • COURSE TITLE Architectural Drafting/CAD
  • COURSE NO. 636
  • CREATE
  • C.1Engage in full iterative cycles of the
    artistic/creative process by problem seeking,
    exploring, making analytical application,
    aesthetic, and design choices, before completion
  • COURSE EVIDENCE Specific evidence from course
    content expectations units of study,
    activities, projects, etc, that supports the
    given strand.
  • Course evidence Students will use proper drawing
    techniques to create working drawings to
    represent objects, parts and ideas, Students will
    go through a process in deciding how the shapes
    will be drawn and what type of drawings will give
    the best information to the audience. Students
    will participate in several design projects that
    will involve student doing research,
    brainstorming, and creating working drawings of
    their ideas. As an example, students will sketch
    a preliminary design of a floor plan and then
    draw it to scale. Students will also create a 3D
    model of this design using CAD software.

15
CTE (approved and non-approved)District
Approved VPA Courses Receiving Credit
  • Family and Consumer Science
  • 604- Sewing 1
  • 605 Sewing II
  • 606- Open Sewing
  • 608 Creative Design Projects
  • 610 Foods 1
  • 611 Foods 2
  • 612 Foods 3
  • 617 Interior Design
  • Industrial Technology
  • 634- Introduction to Drafting
  • 636 - Architectural Drafting
  • 638 Mechanical Drafting
  • 652 Introduction to Woods
  • 653 Advanced Woods
  • Business
  • LCTC
  • 928 Hospitality Management (Culinary Arts at
    FHS)
  • 929 Hospitality Management (Culinary Arts at
    FHS)
  • 938 - Digital Imaging and Design I
  • 939 - Digital Imaging and Design II
  • 904 Website Design with Interactive Media I
  • 905 Website Design with Interactive Media II
  • 920 Fashion Merchandising I
  • 921 Fashion Merchandising II
  • 926 Cosmetology I
  • 927 Cosmetology II
  • 940- Architectural Technology/CAD
  • 942 Engineering Technology/CAD

16
v Senior Math Related Credit (1.0)
  • Using PLCs and Professional Development
  • Alignment of Work Keys Levels 3,4,5,6 with
    Michigan GLCEs (using CTE-STAR)
  • Gregg Chandler e-mail GreggC_at_esx.com
  • And
  • 2) Alignment of Michigan GLCEs with CTE program
    math content

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Why Algebra II?
  • June 2007 graduates
  • 698 students out of 1412 graduates have passed
    Algebra II? 714 or 50.6 of graduates have not

21
v Algebra II at LCTC
  • A student could take .5 credits in Algebra II
    within a 1 year CTE program at LCTC and meet the
    high school requirement for Algebra II with a
    personal curriculum plan

22
A Plan for students
  • Modification allowed to High School Graduation
    Requirements
  • through the use of a
  • Personal Curriculum Plan
  • Pupil, parent, counselor along with
    Superintendent or designee must agree to
    modification
  • Teacher must communicate with parent at least one
    time per calendar quarter

23
Section 380.1278b of the Revised School Code
  • The Algebra II credit required under that section
    may be modified as part of a personal curriculum,
    under this subsection only if the pupil has
    successfully completed at least 2 credits of the
    mathematics credit required under section
    1278a(1)(a)(i) or and meets one of the following
  • (iii) enrolls in a formal career and technical
    education program or curriculum, and in that
    program or curriculum, successfully completes the
    same content as 1 semester of Algebra II as
    determined by the department.

24
Allowable Math Modifications Personal Curriculum
Plan October 23, 2007
High School Personal Curriculum Guidelines
25
11th Grade Student Algebra II Options
  • 2 Hr LCTC Blocks
  • a) Take Algebra II (1.0) at home high
    school
  • b) Take Algebra II (1st semester
  • content .5 credit) with a Personal
    Curriculum Plan
  • 3 Hr LCTC Blocks
  • Must Take Algebra II (.5) with a P.C.P.

26
Algebra II - Implementation
  • Target Date 2009-2010 for credit to be counted
    in State approved LCTC/CTE programs
  • Current 9th graders will be 11th graders

27
Step 1 - Collaboration
  • NCLB
  • Contract with highly qualified Mathematics
    Instructor
  • Adele Sobania
  • U of M Dearborn
  • Assistant Director of the Center for
    Mathematics Education
  • 313-583-6348
  • Highly qualified teacher collaborates with CTE
    teacher in determining Algebra II content,
    applications, and assessments

28
Collaboration (continued)
  • What are the mathematics in the applications
    that the CTE courses are using?
  • Identify all math used in current CTE programs
  • Crosswalk CTE math with High School Content in
    Algebra II semester 1
  • Adopt and adapt Algebra II content to the CTE
    programs

29
Step 2 Staff Buy In?
  • How do I get my staff to participate in the
    development of the Algebra II content?
  • Use of Extended Staff Meetings
  • Use of Curriculum Days/Professional Development
    Days
  • Use of Professional Learning Communities

30
Step 3 - Professional Development (in progress)
  • Professional Development for Teachers
  • Focus on Algebra Content and Concepts that will
    be incorporated in the courses
  • Mini Courses
  • Modeling
  • Mentoring
  • Team Teaching/Collaboration

31
PD (continued)
  • Unpacking the Algebra II content into major
    units
  • Present strategies for teaching the Algebra II
    content
  • Present strategies for monitoring student mastery

32
Step 4 - Curriculum Development
  • Teachers have created notebook binders
  • LCTC Algebra II Binder
  • Modules using the equivalent of the State of
    Michigans Algebra II 1st semester standards
  • Ms. Sobania participates in Advisory meetings and
    collaborates with teachers on CTE concepts
  • Ms. Sobania provides concepts with examples from
    the standards of Algebra II

33
Curriculum Development (continued)
  • Teachers practice the examples with each other
    then create problems from their career field as
    practical examples to use in the classroom
  • Teachers practice the lesson with current
    classes/students student responses are noted.

34
Algebra II - example
  • Permutations and Combinations
  • Mrs. Suarez is choosy about what she eats. When
    she buys lunch in the company cafeteria, she
    considers only these options
  • Main courses salad, pizza, turkey sandwich
  • Drink milk, orange juice
  • Dessert fruit, frozen yogurt, pie, pudding
  • Find all the possible lunches Mrs. Suarez might
    purchase.

35
Algebra II Permutations and Combinations
(continued)
  • Police use photographs of facial features to
    help witnesses identify suspects. One basic
    identification kit contains 190 hairlines, 80
    eyes and eyebrows, 105 mouths, and 73 chins and
    cheeks.
  • The developer of the kit claims that it can
    produce billions of different faces. Is this
    claim true?
  • A witness can clearly remember the hairline and
    the eyes and eyebrows of a suspect. How many
    different faces can be produced with this
    information?

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Algebra II - formulas
  • n! n(n-1)(n-2)321
  • nCr __n!__
  • (n-r)!r!

38
Graphing Calculators
  • School Bus Yellow

39
Resource - Cord Algebra II Textbook
40
Cord Algebra II - Career Pathways
  • Math applications include Career Pathways
  • BMMT
  • Health Services
  • EMIT
  • Human Services
  • Natural Resources Agriscience

41
Cord Algebra II
  • Contextual based
  • Different learning styles
  • Real world applications
  • Answers the why and when
  • Workplace situations demonstrate how mathematical
    concepts are applied
  • Co-operative learning
  • Math labs students gather data and apply the
    concepts

42
Algebra II for Dummies
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Step 5 And, how will we teach Algebra II?
  • A Plan for the year
  • Math Days in each program specific days per week
  • Time w/i the class each day
  • Team Teach within pathways
  • Small Group Intervention

44
Step 5 - continued
  • DVD recording of specific concepts by Adele
    Sobania or Janet Haas
  • Commercial DVD recordings
  • The Teaching Company
  • High School LevelAlgebra II (30
    lectures, 30 minutes/lecture) Course No.
    102 Taught by Murray H. Siegel The South
    Carolina Governor's School for Science
    Mathematics Ph.D., Georgia State
    University
  • Software Cognitive Tutor
  • Carnegie Learning
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15129
  • www.carnegielearning.com

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Step 6 - Algebra II Assessment Process
  • Identify the assessment tool
  • Teachers will be encouraged to take the
    assessment test
  • With the student results from the assessment
    test, teachers will reflect strategies for areas
    needing improvement
  • PLC monitoring for improvement and identifying
    future professional development needs

46
Step 7 Feedback
  • School District Developed Assessments
  • Required Annual Review (CTE teachers/Highly
    qualified mathematics teacher)
  • Required Annual Report to School District

47
Progress Level In District Report
  • 0 Not Evident There is no evidence of
    progress
  • 1 Developing There is evidence of
    progress
  • 2 Demonstrated There is evidence of
    proficiency

48
Student Tracking Form
  • Algebra II (.5 credit)
  • Strand A1 Expressions, Equations, and
    Inequalities
  • A1.1.4 Add, subtract, multiply, and
    simplify polynomials and rational expression
  • ____0
    ____1____2

49
Tracking Form (continued)
  • Strand A3 Mathematical Modeling
  • A3.1 Models of Real-World Situations Using
    Families of functions
  • ______0_______1_______2

50
Step 8 Support
  • Follow-up and support to LCTC teachers by highly
    qualified math teacher
  • Implementation 2009-2010

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Regional Assistance to the High School
Requirements
  • Regional CTE Administrator/Dr. Bialczyk
  • CTE Curriculum Consultant/Donna Bogataj
  • Highly Qualified Mathematics Consultant
  • Professional Learning Communities
  • Wayne County School Counseling Association
  • Association lead by Wayne County School
    Counselors with RESA as a member

52
Part 2 Regional Implementation
  • The Plan
  • We all teach students
  • not programs.

53
Region 25 CTE Delivery Systems
  • 45 Public School Districts
  • (42 Districts 3 Charter Schools)
  • 4 Career Technical Education Centers
  • 50 Comprehensive High Schools
  • 3 Career Technical Education Consortiums
  • 223 CTE Programs and 27 CIP Codes
  • Approx. Regional Totals (Wayne Monroe
    Counties)

54
Critical Foundation for Student Success and Why
  • Meet K-8 Grade Level Expectations and High School
    Requirements including Academic Content
    Expectations
  • Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling including
    Career Development Process of EDPs
  • Strong 4- and 5-year EDP Career Pathway Models

55
Regional CTE Secondary Student HS Requirements
Success
  • Career Development Process to meet the Michigan
    EDP HS Requirement Wayne and Monroe Counties
    School Counseling Associations
  • Mich. Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling
  • Electronic Career Info and EDP Software
  • (CareerCruising)
  • 5-Year and 422 Student Plans
  • KeyTrain to support Workplace Academic Readiness
    Skills
  • Current State HS Exam (assessment includes ACT
    WorkKeys)
  • Career Readiness Certificate

56
Regional Assistance
  • Regional CTE Administrator
  • CTE Curriculum Consultant
  • Highly Qualified Mathematics Consultant
  • Professional Learning Communities

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Regional CTE Administrator
  • Collaboration with Statewide CTE Admin. and
    Related Secondary HS Requirement Consultants
  • Monthly CTE Directors Meetings/PLCs includes
    updates, best practices, and strategic planning
  • Assist all local CTE programs in implementing
    Perkins IV requirements including statewide CTE
    standards and CPI documentation
  • Conduct Training and Regional Assessments of CTE
    Programs

58
CTE Curriculum Consultant
  • Disseminates new information and legislative
    changes to Regional teachers as they become
    available
  • Acts as a collection center for materials
    developed to assist all teachers in the Region
  • Schedules and facilitates Professional Learning
    Community meetings as needed

59
Suggestions in Developing a 5-year Plan to
include CTE Programs Aligned with HS Requirements
  • 1. Begin Career Development Process including an
    EDP starting in 7th grade (In Michigan, this
    could meet the 20-hour on-line learning).
  • 2. Identify credits students have met/may be
    able to meet before entering high schoolEx.
    On-line and Algebra 1.
  • 3. List CTE courses meeting varied high school
    credit requirements
  • a. On-line b. Visual, Performing, or
    Applied Arts
  • c. Senior year 4th year math related
    d .5 Algebra II and/or
  • e .5 Health Credit ( based on instructor
    credential in Health Sciences) CRITICAL follow
    process for Board approval.
  • 4. For each Career Pathway/Pathway Cluster
    offered, create a template to include CTE program
    course(s) along with the added requirements they
    fulfill, and then all other required courses.
    Pathway/Pathway Cluster templates

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Senior Math-Related
  • Highly Qualified Teacher - Collaborative Teaching
    Model
  • Using PLCs, identify mathematics content within
    CTE programs
  • Aligns mathematics content in CTE programs with 6
    8 mathematics content
  • Presentation of alignment to local School
    District officials for approval

61
Algebra II Semester 1
  • Determination of whether Algebra II will be
    taught in a CTE program
  • With the Livonia Pilot, the region will parallel
    the course content and professional development
    with CTE programs offering Algebra II Semester
    I credit

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Professional Learning Communities (PLC)
  • PLC will be the structure for implementing the
    collaborative teaching model
  • Provide in-service for teachers
  • Prepare strategies and identify tools/resources
    to support Algebra II in CTE programs
  • Unpacking the Algebra II content into major
    units
  • Present strategies for teaching the Algebra II
    content
  • Present strategies for monitoring student mastery

63
Algebra II Assessment Process
  • Identify the assessment tool
  • Teachers will be encouraged to take the
    assessment test
  • With the student results from the assessment
    test, teachers will reflect strategies for areas
    needing improvement
  • PLC monitoring for improvement and identifying
    future professional development needs

64
Supplemental Resource Websites
  • Michigan High School Requirements, etc.
  • www.michigan.gov/mde
  • Michigan Technical Standards Initiative
  • www.mccte-fsu.org
  • ACT Career Readiness Certificate
  • www.act.org/certificate/index.html

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In Closing.
  • Questions?

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Thank You!!!
  • Contact Information
  • Halyna Bialczyk, Ed.D.
  • bialczh_at_resa.net
  • Janet Haas, Ed.D.
  • jhaas_at_livonia.k12.mi.us
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