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Title: Career Technology Special Populations Training and Resource Education Center (CTSP Center)


1
Career Technology Special Populations Training
and Resource Education Center (CTSP Center)
  • Rick Peterson, Ph.D., LMFT, CFLE
  • Lakshmi Mahadevan, Ph.D.

Reviewed May 2008
2
Learning Objectives
  • Participants will learn about
  • Mission and goals of the CTSP Center
  • Resources available
  • Components of the website

3
Mission
  • To provide access to career and technology (CTE)
    and special education-related multimedia
    information (books, curriculum materials, videos,
    online courses) to teachers, parents and
    education professionals throughout Texas and
    nationally.

4
Grant Overview
  • Funded by Texas Education Agency
  • Main objectives
  • Provide a library for resources and materials for
    CTE related to serving special populations
  • post-secondary options for individuals with
    special needs
  • legal issues,
  • various special needs,
  • behavior and classroom management,
  • instructional strategies for general and special
    education
  • gender equity and non-traditional career choices
  • career assessment

5
Library Functions
  • Materials available for check out to CTE
    teachers, Special education and General education
    teachers parents, paraprofessionals and
    administrators
  • Conduct and provide information on current
    research and CTE practices through electronic
    newsletters
  • Answer questions related to CTE and special
    populations related topics

6
Library Functions
  • Make available via the internet online courses
    and multimedia instructional modules (CTE best
    practices 05-06 and 06-07)
  • Maintain an up-to-date center website online
    database of materials, means of communication
    (live chat, email, inquiry form), downloads
    (brochure, DVD), useful resources in CTE related
    fields.
  • Make available via train-the-trainer workshops
    instructional modules

7
Educational Product Development
  1. Produce multimedia (DVDs and Online Courses)
    material for CTE teachers showcasing best
    practices in career and technology education.

8
Instructional Modules
  • Four instructional modules
  • Legal Issues
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Instructional Strategies
  • Classroom and Behavior Management
  • Accompanying instructional manual
  • Available online at http//ctsp.tamu.edu and
    through DVD
  • Content is presented in a FAQ format (based on
    questions collected through previous workshops)
  • Participants were current CTE teachers and
    students in CTE Classrooms
  • DVD Chapters and online content is organized by
    topics
  • Future step to offer modules through online
    courses

9
Legal Issues
  • Authored by Dr. Linda Parrish (Special Education/
    Career Development Professor Emeritus, Texas AM
    University)
  • Covers six laws important for CTE Educators
    serving special populations
  • IDEA
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Act
  • Carl Perkins
  • ADA
  • FERPA
  • Elementary and Secondary Education Act NCLB

10
Assessment and Evaluation
  • Authored by Dr. Ray White (Ed.D. Licensed
    Counselor).
  • Covers basic principles of
  • Transition Assessment
  • Formal and Informal Assessment
  • Standards-Based Evaluations
  • Comprehensive Basic Skills Inventories
  • Exit Points

11
Instructional Strategies
  • Authored by Dr. Michelle Wircenski (Professor,
    Career Development/Special Education, University
    of North Texas)
  • Types of instructional strategies
  • Blended classrooms
  • Learning styles
  • Accommodations and modifications

12
Behavior Management
  • Authored by Dr. Adam Saenz (School Psychologist)
  • Provides a plan for implementing universal,
    campus and individual level intervention
    strategies for dealing with behavior problems in
    the classroom.

13
Current Educational Projects
  • Three additional instructional modules showcasing
    best practices in CTE.
  • Availability web based, DVD and online courses
    and workshops/conferences.
  • Topics include
  • Accommodations and modifications in classroom
    instruction
  • Tools for Career Guidance
  • Building Successful Collaborative Partnerships

14
Consultants
  • Accommodations and Modifications Dr. Tracy
    Teaff - PhD in Behavioral Disorders, Assistant
    Professor, University of North Texas
  • Career Assessment practices - Dr. Jewel Lockridge
    - PhD in Career Development Education, former
    teacher and Corsicana CTE Director, currently
    Director Quinn Campus Inc., Waco/ Dr. Lakshmi
    Mahadevan - PhD in Career Development, Program
    Coordinator, CTSP Center
  • Collaborative Partnerships SPED/CTE and General
    Ed. Greg Shipp CTE Coordinator ESC VI

15
Vision
  • Showcase exemplary practices in schools as they
    are currently being implemented by CTE teachers
  • Exemplary practices identified by consultants
    based on theory and evidence-based research
  • CTE and Parent tool kits

16
Website Components
  • Instructional videos
  • Searchable database (domains and resource type)
  • Enquiry form
  • Live chat
  • FAQs
  • Links to external sites

17
Website and Contact Information
  • For more information please go to
  • http//ctsp.tamu.edu
  • Physical Address
  • CTSP Center
  • 1111 Research PkWay, Ste 126
  • College Station, TX 77845
  • Mailing Address
  • Texas AgriLife Extension Service
  • Attn Lakshmi Mahadevan
  • TAMU MS 2251
  • College Station, TX 77843-2251
  • Phone 979-845-2444/979-845-4374
  • Fax 979-845-6496
  • Email lmahadevan_at_ag.tamu.edu
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