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Title: Integrating CTE and Academic Education


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Integrating CTE and Academic Education
  • March 2, 2012
  • Dr. Richard D. Jones, Student of Learning
  • Email rdjleader_at_me.com Twitter _at_rdjleader

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"There arent two worlds -- education and work,
there is one world -- life."Willard Wirtz
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Integrating CTE and Academic Education
  • March 2, 2012
  • Dr. Richard D. Jones, Student of Learning
  • Email rdjleader_at_me.com Twitter _at_rdjleader

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"Integration is not a goal, it is a means to more
rigorous and relevant learning."
5
What is the future of CTE?
What is your schools plan to prepare each
student to meet more rigorous and relevant
standards?
6
Reflecting on High School Teaching
Born-to-learn reunion video
born-to-learn.org
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What do we mean by integration?
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Definition
  • Teaching the same skills in different context in
    courses
  • Teaching related skills across disciplines
  • Joint or connected instruction
  • New instruction including multiple disciplines

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It may mean changing
But, I like being a frog.
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BENEFITS
  • Teacher collaboration
  • Student involvement
  • Higher level thinking
  • Content mastery
  • Mirrors real world
  • Less fragmented learning

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Types of Integration
  • contextual
  • alignment
  • academy
  • project
  • immersion

Applied Learning
  • Teachers working together
  • Career Pathway Focus
  • Observable Student Work
  • Experiential

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Which of the following is the highest levels of
learning?
  1. Read a description of a science experiment and
    list the necessary materials to perform the
    experiment.
  2. Locate and read a current article on
    biotechnology, summarize the innovation and
    benefits to humans.
  3. Read and analyze three original newspaper
    articles from WW II and identify reasons for
    public opposition to US entry into the war.
  4. Write directions on how to connect new television
    to cable and DVD recorder.

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What makes a lesson rigorous and relevant for a
student?
Activity
Think-Pair-Share
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Rigor, Relevance, Relationships
Worthy goal, fuzzy concept
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Rigor, Relevance, Relationships
Make Rigor and Relevance Quantifiable
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Misconceptions
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Rigor/Relevance Framework
18
What does clockwise rotation look like?
Activity
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Rigor/Relevance Framework
Rigor
Thinking /Knowledge
6
5
4
3
2
Relevance
Action/Application
1
1
2
3
4
5
108
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Rigor/Relevance Framework
  • 1. Recall Knowledge
  • 2. Comprehension
  • 3. Application
  • 4. Analysis
  • 5. Synthesis
  • 6. Evaluation

Knowledge
Application
Low
1. Application within discipline 2. Knowledge of
one discipline 3. Application across
disciplines 4. Application to real world
predictable situations 5. Application to real
world unpredictable situations
High
21
Rigor/Relevance Framework
Four Quadrants of Learning
C
D
Complex Analytical
Challenging Real World
High
RIGOR
A
B
Routine Memorization
Practical Hands On
Low
High
Low
RELEVANCE
14
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Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
Read and analyze three original newspaper
articles from WW II and identify reasons for
public opposition to US entry into the war.
Write directions on how to connect new television
to cable and DVD recorder.
RIGOR
High
A
B
Read a description of a science experiment and
list the necessary materials to perform the
experiment.
Locate and read a current article on
biotechnology, summarize the innovation and
benefits to humans.
Low
High
Low
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RELEVANCE
23
Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
Compare features of web development software.
RIGOR
High
Create a full web site for a local business.
A
B
Demonstrate web development software functions.
Design web page.
Low
High
Low
18
RELEVANCE
24
Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
Compare heat loss ratings and cost of building
materials.
RIGOR
High
Design and construct storage shed.
A
B
Use power tools correctly.
List safety procedures.
Low
High
Low
18
RELEVANCE
25
Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
Analyze homes for child safety hazards.
RIGOR
High
Conduct Safety audits of homes
A
B
Demonstrate child care tasks with simulated
infant.
List parent responsibilities.
Low
High
Low
18
RELEVANCE
26
"Never let your expectations be limited by what
you think is possible."Benjamin Bloom
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Raising the Level to Quadrant D
Activity
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Students think in complex ways and apply acquired
knowledge and skills, even when confronted with
perplexing unknowns, to find creative solutions
and take action that further develops their
skills and knowledge.
Evaluation 6
D Adaptation
Synthesis 5
Analysis 4
High-level Knowledge
High-level Application
Application 3
3 Apply knowledge across disciplines
4 Apply to real-world predictable situation
5 Apply to real-world unpredictable situation
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D Quadrant
  • taxonomy
  • play
  • exhibit
  • machine
  • adaptation
  • poem
  • debate
  • new game
  • invention
  • field guide

Verbs
Products
  • brochure
  • evaluation
  • lesson
  • estimation
  • solution
  • experiment
  • trial
  • editorial
  • machine
  • web site
  • presentation
  • advertisement
  • Modify
  • Plan
  • Podcast
  • Predict
  • Prioritize
  • Propose
  • Publish
  • Rate
  • Recommend
  • Revise
  • Teach
  • animate
  • adapt
  • compose
  • create
  • design
  • develop
  • devise
  • discover
  • explore
  • formulate
  • invent

30
Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
RIGOR
High
A
B
Low
High
Low
18
RELEVANCE
31
Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
Revise a menu and prepare luncheon when four
people are require special meals
RIGOR
High
A
B
Prepare luncheon meal for 20 people.
Low
High
Low
18
RELEVANCE
32
Benefits of Using the R/R Framework
  • Tool for collaboration and reflection
  • Inclusive
  • Shift focus to student learning
  • Increased student engagement
  • Prepare for Next-Generation Assessments
  • Framework for selecting strategies and assessments

33
Common Core State StandardsELA - Six Shifts in
Learning
  1. Increase in Nonfiction Texts
  2. Content Area Literacy
  3. Increase Text Complexity
  4. Text-Based Answers
  5. Focus on Writing Arguments
  6. Academic Vocabulary

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Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
Student Thinks Works
Student Thinks
RIGOR
High
A
B
Student Works
Teacher Works
Low
High
Low
18
RELEVANCE
44
Rigor/Relevance Framework
Did Students Get it Right?
D
C
Right Question
Rational Answer
High
RIGOR
A
B
Right Answer
Right Procedure
Low
High
Low
18
RELEVANCE
45
Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
Design an experiment to test a hypothesis related
to texting and driving Science and Criminal
Justice
Evaluate data to prove a hypothesis
RIGOR
High
A
B
List steps in Scientific Process
Low
High
Low
18
RELEVANCE
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Rigor/Relevance Framework Quiz
Which Quadrant is labeled as High Rigor and
High Relevance?
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

48
Rigor/Relevance Framework Quiz
Which Quadrant is most frequently tested ?
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

49
Rigor/Relevance Framework Quiz
Which Quadrant leads to greater engagement and
retention of learning?
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

50
Rigor/Relevance Framework Quiz
Which defines Rigor?
More and longer assignments High level thinking
and reflection Rigid deadlines Increased
difficulty
51
Rigor/Relevance Framework Quiz
Which defines Relevance?
Learning is fun Student choice No
grades Application to the real world
52
Rigor/Relevance Framework Quiz
Which Quadrant is most important?
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

53
"Education ceases to be learning when the 3 R's
are read, remember, and regurgitate."
54
D-Moments
Teach everyday for rigor and relevance.
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D-Moments
  • Short strategies within a daily lesson to
    increase student thinking and application into
    Quadrant D of the R/R Framework.

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Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D-Moments
  • Short strategies within a daily lesson to
    increase student thinking and application into
    Quadrant D of the R/R Framework.
  • Dispels perception that High Rigor/High Relevance
    takes more time.

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Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance -
Quadrant D Moments
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D Moments
  • Around You
  • At Your Service
  • Can You See it Now?
  • Current Events
  • Fix It
  • Future Think
  • Google It
  • How Did That Happen?
  • In Your Own Words
  • Justify Your Position
  • Learning with PeersLego LandMedia CircusOriginal
    AnswersQuick WritesQuiz ShowRemind MeTell Me A
    StoryWhat If?Why Questions

59
Around You
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Connecting content to students world
  • Relating literature to their lives.
  • Use mathematical skills with data students
    collect
  • Making emotional connections to learning

60
At Your Service
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Short service projects that relate to curriculum
  • Students working in teams to help others
  • Creating student work that benefits others

61
Can You See it Now?
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Creating visuals or models that illustrate
    complex ideas
  • Making scale models of very large or very small
    objects to better understand them
  • Role-playing instructional concepts

62
Current Events
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Relate content to current events
  • Use sports and other popular events as context
    for math, science or language skills
  • Relate geography to events in the world

63
Fix It
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Spend time having students learn from mistakes -
    their own and others.
  • Make mistakes learning opportunities

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Future Think
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Ask students to make future predictions
  • Ask students to predict the ending to a story or
    suggest and alternative
  • Predict future inventions
  • Write science fiction

65
Google It
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Use Internet search engines to find answers to
    related questions
  • Assign knowledge seekers
  • Practice advanced search techniques with Google
    tools

66
How Did That Happen?
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Trigger student curiosity
  • Pose intriguing investigations
  • Highlight conflicting observations
  • Create student research questions
  • Analyze story changes

67
In Your Own Words
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Challenge students to summarize
  • Avoid repeating exact words but explaining in
    similar words
  • Check for understanding

68
Justify Your Position
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Challenge students to take position on an issue
    and develop a justification
  • Ask students to take deliberate differing points
    of view
  • Role play different perspectives

69
Learning with Peers
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Reflect on new learning in pairs
  • Tutor others
  • Arrange for joint presentations

70
Lego Land
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Use Legos or other building materials to
    construct visual representation of ideas prior to
    writing.
  • Reflect on emotions with construction materials

71
Media Circus
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Relate curriculum to current movies, TV or music
  • Have students use media to present ideas

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Original Answers
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Instead of seeking students to arrive at correct
    answer, use open-ended problems for student to
    arrive at original answers.

73
Quick Writes
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Short 3-5 minute writing exercises
  • Use for checking for understanding

74
Quiz Show
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Have student create appropriate questions based
    on knowledge of content
  • Create game shows questions for other students
  • Create and pose questions to one another

75
Remind Me
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Have students create memorization tools to recall
    essential facts and information

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Tell Me A Story
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Convey information to students in story form
  • Have students create stories to remember
    important ideas
  • Have students create stories to influence others

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What If?
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Change variables in math problems to extend
    student learning
  • Change characters in story or events to have
    student analyze changes
  • Change historical events and have students
    predict what would be different today

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Why Questions
Everyday Teaching for Rigor and Relevance
Quadrant D Moments
  • Have students pose questions to analyze
    observations
  • Have students dig to root causes but asking
    repeated why questions.

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D Moments
  • Around You
  • At Your Service
  • Can You See it Now?
  • Current Events
  • Fix It
  • Future Think
  • Google It
  • How Did That Happen?
  • In Your Own Words
  • Justify Your Position
  • Learning with PeersLego LandMedia CircusOriginal
    AnswersQuick WritesQuiz ShowRemind MeTell Me A
    StoryWhat If?Why Questions

80
Benefits of Using the R/R Framework
  • Tool for collaboration and reflection
  • Inclusive
  • Shift focus to student learning
  • Increased student engagement
  • Prepare for Next-Generation Assessments
  • Framework for selecting strategies and assessments

81
The Missing Ingredient
Purpose and Passion
122
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R/R Framework One Teachers Perspective
Relevance and rigor, it just makes
sense, learning gets bigger, the students less
dense. They own the learning, its done their own
way, it increases their yearning to come back the
next day. At first were the guide, then they
take the reins, then were off for a ride, no
losses all gains. The standardized test,
perhaps left behind, while they do their best,
lets see what they find. Success you can
measure, with challenge the trigger cause
learnings a pleasure with relevance and rigor.
Bret Murphy, Teacher, Gilbert Classical High
School, Gilbert, Arizona
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