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Title: How To Use Programs of Study to Develop Effective CTE Programs


1
How To Use Programs of Study to Develop Effective
CTE Programs
2
Developing Programs of Study
  • What is a Program of Study?
  • A multi-year sequence of academic and CTE courses
    that provides students with a structured
    progression of secondary and post-secondary
    instruction toward a specific career area

3
Developing Programs of Study
  • Programs of Study set a clear path of career
    technical coursework from middle school through
    college to a rewarding career.

4
Developing Programs of Study
  • Programs of Study are instructional frameworks
    that exhibit a strategy for how to
  • Integrate core academic curriculum
  • Integrate core technical curriculum
  • Integrate project and work-based learning
  • Develop supportive services necessary to ensure
    student success

5
Developing Programs of Study
  • Programs of Study are grounded in the notion that
    members of the community, which can include
  • Business and Industry, Counselors, Principals,
    Parents, and Students
  • should be engaged in the development of these
    Programs of Study throughout the entire process

6
Perkins IV The Federal Foundation
  • Some of the fundamental objectives outlined in
    Perkins IV include
  • Accountability and program improvement at all
    levels
  • Increase coordination within the CTE system
  • Increase alignment of secondary and postsecondary
    education (Programs of Study)
  • Links to business and industry

7
Texas Industry Clusters
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Agriculture Industry Cluster
Industry Cluster Program of Study Career Pathway
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Agribusiness Systems Agricultural Financial Planning Farm Management
Animal Systems Animal Nutritionist Veterinary Science
Environmental Service Systems Water Environment Manager Wind Energy Technician
Food Products Processing Systems Agricultural Communications Meats Processing
Plant Systems Floral Design
Power, Structural Technical Systems Farm Equipment Mechanic Welder
Natural Resource Systems Forest Conservationist Marine Biologist
Biotechnology Biotechnology Technician
9
Eleven Elements of a High-Quality CTE System
  • Leadership at All Levels
  • High Quality Curriculum Instruction
  • Career Exploration Guidance
  • Student Support Leadership Development
  • Industry Partnerships

10
Eleven Elements of a High-Quality CTE System
  1. System Alignment and Coherence
  2. Effective Organizational Design
  3. System Responsiveness to Changing Economic
    Demands
  4. Skilled Faculty and Professional Development

11
Eleven Elements of a High-Quality CTE System
  1. Evaluation, Accountability Continuous
    Improvement
  2. CTE Promotion, Outreach, and Communication

12
Suggested Process for Developing Programs of Study
13
Suggested Process for Developing Programs of Study
Continual Process
14
Step 1Establish Leadership/Advisory Team
Select Industry Sector
  • Will oversee the development of Programs of Study
  • Initiate the process
  • Build political and financial support
  • Team may consist
  • School district superintendents and related staff
  • College presidents or their representatives
  • Private industry council/WIB reps
  • Regional labor leaders

15
Step 2Assemble Implementation Team
  • Representation from the following groups
  • High school principal or designated rep
  • College dean or representatives
  • High school CTE teachers
  • High school academic teachers
  • College faculty in related disciplines
  • Middle school representatives
  • High school counselors
  • Members of related industries
  • Business industry reps

16
Step 3Curriculum Development
  • Following criteria should be included
  • Meet state academic standards
  • Meet high school testing and exit requirements
  • Meet CTE standards
  • Provide addl preparation to ensure college
    readiness
  • Meet college entrance and placement requirements

17
Step 3Curriculum Development
  • Following criteria should be included
  • Provide academic and career-related knowledge and
    skills within the chosen Industry Sector
  • Provide opportunities to earn college credit
    through credit-based transition programs,
    including dual credit and articulation

18
Step 4-Review
  • The Programs of Study must be reviewed and
    approved by the Leadership/Advisory Team
  • Their role is to
  • Obtain business endorsement
  • Discuss budgets, facilities, and equipment needs
    and support
  • Evaluate the Programs of Study for success and
    relevancy
  • Keep all stakeholders informed

19
Step 5-Articulation
  • Members of the Implementation Team work together
    to
  • Offer dual credit courses between high school and
    college
  • Seek regular articulation to ensure students will
    not have to repeat instruction
  • Align high school and postsecondary courses by
    common standards and competencies
  • Apply for statewide articulation

20
Step 6--Implementation
  • Provide up-to-date access information to
    guidance, counseling, and advisement
    professionals about Programs of Study to aid
    students in their decision making
  • Offer information and tools to help students
    learn about postsecondary education and career
    options, including prerequisites for particular
    Programs of Study

21
Step 6--Implementation
  • Offer resources for students to identify their
    career interests and aptitudes and to select
    appropriate Programs of Study
  • Provide information and resources for parents to
    help their children prepare for college and
    careers, including workshops on college
    financial aid applications
  • Offer web-based resources and tools for obtaining
    student financial assistance

22
Step 7Staff Development (ongoing)
  • Training should be provided in the following
    areas
  • CTE teachers and faculty trained to industry
    standards to align and integrate curriculum and
    instruction
  • Academic and CTE teachers trained on the
    development of integrated academic and CTE
    curriculum and instruction
  • Instruction in new and emerging technologies
  • Instruction in innovative teaching and learning
    strategies

23
Step 8Marketing/Recruitment
  • Must be marketed to students, parents,
    educational staff, and the community
  • Students should be actively recruited
  • Continuous input and support from industry and
    colleges is essential
  • Grant development should also be pursued to
    support the Programs of Study

24
Step 9Ongoing Evaluation Improvement
  • Extensive data should be collected, shared, and
    considered in the following areas
  • Completion rate and drop out numbers
  • Articulation agreements
  • Job placement
  • Enrollment
  • Industry needs

25
Step 9Ongoing Evaluation Improvement
  • Well-designed accountability and evaluation
    systems should
  • Yield valid and reliable data on key student
    outcomes reference in Perkins and other relevant
    federal and state legislation
  • Provide timely data to evaluate and improve the
    effectiveness of Programs of Study
  • Implementation Team will set timelines for
    gathering data and discussing the results.
  • Set goals for increasing student success

26
Conclusion
  • No limit to the number of Programs of Study that
    could be implemented
  • of programs developed will depend on available
    resources, facility access, student population
    and community support
  • Goal is to offer all students at least one
    pathway of interest

27
Conclusion
  • The Programs of Study process is never finished!
  • Courses, requirements, industry standards and
    expectations are constantly changing so must
    your Programs of Study.

28
Resources
  • Presenter Cindy Miller, Texas Tech University,
    AchieveTexas Program (cynthia.l.miller_at_ttu.edu)
  • AchieveTexas www.achievetexas.org
  • National Career Clusters www.careerclusters.org
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