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Title: Home Economics Careers


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Home Economics Careers Technology
Education(HECT)
  • HECT Leading the Way Towards Career AND College
    Readiness

Magnifying the Common Core in the HECT Program
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Today we will.
  • Review HECT Program Management Guide
  • Analyze and use CTE/HECT Curriculum Standards
  • Demonstrate ACE Strategy support
  • Apply use of Unit Plan Organizers (UPO)
  • Revealing the BIG IDEA through essential
    questions

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Ingenious Questioning Strategies
  • Essential Questions
  • Constructed responses
  • ACE Strategy

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Where to start?
  • Determine the big ideas
  • CA CTE Industry Sector Standards
  • California Common Core State Standards
  • Unpack the CTE Standards
  • Circle key nouns, adjectives, verbs
  • Draft implied or stated big ideas based on those
    key words.
  • Critically analyze the course text
  • Work backward to determine what big ideas
    and/or EQ the text addresses

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What makes a question essential?
  • Recurs throughout all our lives
  • Refers to core ideas inquiries within a
    discipline
  • Helps students effectively inquire and make sense
    of important but complex ideas, knowledge,
    know-how
  • Engages a specific diverse set of learners

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Essential Questions
  • Have no simple right answer
  • Provoke sustain inquiry
  • Address conceptual or philosophical foundations
  • Raise other important questions
  • Naturally appropriately recur
  • Stimulate vital, ongoing rethinking
  • One that lies at the heart of a subject or a
    curriculum promotes inquiry uncoverage of a
    subject.

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Types of Essential Questions
  • Overarching Frame courses and programs of study
    around truly big ideas
  • Topical Are unit specific but still promote
    inquiry
  • GOOD TEACHING USES BOTH!

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Use standards to write Overarching EQs
  • EXAMPLE Child Development Pathway Standards

Example
  • What are then essential aspects of early
    childhood education, child care, and development
    industry?
  • What is the Industries role instate and local
    economies?

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Topical Essential Questions
  • Unit specific - used to guide individual units
  • Promote inquiry
  • Resist simple answers
  • Require explanation justification

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Use standards to writeTopical EQs
  • EXAMPLE Child Development Pathway Standards

Example
  • What are the components of professionalism?
  • How do we practice professionalism?

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What is a constructed response?
The TREND in national standards-based testing is
to remove the ability for students to guess their
answers
  • Emphasis on application of learning.
  • Students must provide evidence for how they get
    their answers and effective writing is required.

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ACE Strategy
AAnswer the question! CCite evidence from
the text! EExplain your citations!
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Constructed Response
Explain the benefits of utilizing constructed
response questions rather than multiple choice.
CCite evidence from the text!
A Answer the question!
EExplain your citations!
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Major NEW Features in CTE Standards
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New Model CTE Standards
  • Fewer, clearer, deeper
  • Research and evidence based
  • Reasonable in scope
  • Essential, rigorous, clear, specific and coherent
  • Aligned with postsecondary and work expectations
  • Measurable

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HECT Standards Found in 3 Industry Sectors
  • Education, Child Development, Family Services
  • Fashion and Interior Design
  • Hospitality, Tourism, Recreation

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CFS Programs Found in 7 content areas
  • First course in the sequence of articulated
    instruction
  • Includes exploratory, introductory, and
    concentration courses
  • Supported by district or Perkins funds
  • Taught by teachers with a CA credential or
    equivalent in Home Economics Careers Technology
    Education

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Hero programs found in 9 pathways
  • Career focused
  • Capstone Courses (11-12 grade)
  • Supported by district, Perkins or ROCP
  • Taught by teachers who have a credential and
    industry knowledge and experience

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Integration with Common Core State Standards
  • Creativity
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Critical thinking

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HECT Course Sequence
  • Exploratory
  • (Middle School/Junior High School)
  • ?
  • Introductory
  • (High School)
  • ?
  • Concentration
  • (High School)
  • ?
  • Capstone
  • (High School ROCP)

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Rigorous Curriculum Design
  • Depth of Knowledge (DOK)
  • Tiered Vocabulary
  • Unit Plan Organizer(UPO)

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What is Rigor?
  • Rigor is
  • Rigor is NOT
  • Scaffolding thinking
  • Planning for thinking
  • Assessing thinking about content
  • Recognizing the level of thinking students
    demonstrate
  • Managing the teaching/ learning level for the
    desired thinking level
  • More or harder worksheets
  • AP or honors courses
  • The higher level book in reading
  • More work
  • More homework

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Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
High Rigor Application
High Rigor Low application
R I GOR
High
A
B
Low Rigor Low Application
High Application Low Rigor
Low
High
Low
RELEVANCE
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Rigor/Relevance Framework
D
C
Student Thinks Works
Student Thinks
R I GOR
High
A
B
Student Works
Teacher Works
Low
High
Low
RELEVANCE
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Verbs by Quadrant
p. 5 Using R/R Handbook
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Products by Quadrant
D evaluation newspaper estimation trial editorial
play collage machine adaptation poem debate new
game invention
  • A
  • definition
  • worksheet
  • list
  • quiz
  • test
  • workbook
  • true-false
  • reproduction
  • recitation

B scrapbook summary interpretation collection anno
tation explanation solution demonstration outline
C essay abstract blueprint inventory report plan c
hart investigation questionnaire classification
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Questions By Quadrant
C How are these similar/different? How is this
like? Whats another way we could
say/explain/express that? What do you think are
some reasons/causes? Why did..changes
occur? What is a better solution to? How would
you defend your position about that? ___________
_____________________________ A What is/are? How
many? How do/does? What did you observe? What
else can you tell me about? What does it
mean? What can you recall? Where did you find
that? Who is/are? How would you define that in
your own terms?
  • D
  • How would you design ato ?
  • How would you compose a song about?
  • How would you rewrite the ending to the story?
  • What would be different today, if that event
    occurred as?
  • Can you see a possible solution to?
  • How could you teach that to others?
  • If you had access to all the resources, how would
    you deal with?
  • What new and unusual uses would you create for?
  • _______________________________________
  • B
  • Would you do that?
  • Where will you use that knowledge?
  • How does that relate to your experience?
  • What observations relate to?
  • Where would you locate that information?
  • Calculate that for?
  • How would you illustrate that?
  • How would you interpret that?

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Unit Plans to Reflect CCSSand HECT lessons
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Whats a BIG idea?
  • Concepts
  • Themes
  • Issues/Debates
  • Problems/Challenges
  • Processes
  • Theories
  • Paradoxes
  • Assumptions/Perspectives

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From Big Idea to EQMaking the Connection
Big Idea
Topic or Content Standard
Understanding
Essential Question
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Quad D Key Assignment Requires Students To
  • Complete an assignment that covers an extended
    period of time, involves ongoing instruction and
    research, and uses problem-solving/design process
    to address assigned project or problem.
  • Uses technology/software/equipment applicable to
    field.

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Requires teachers To
  • Complete ongoing formative assessments with
    feedback and a summative written and performance
    evaluation that assesses both technical and
    academic skills of the assignment.

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Lesson Plan Begin with the End in Mind
Students use competence and knowledge to create
and implement solutions
Student thinks, analyzes, problem solves, creates
solutions
Student Thinks
Student Thinks/ Works
Experiences that will facilitate students
learning
What students need to know why
Teacher Works
Student Works
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HECT CTE are Common Core
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How do we define a key assignment
  • One that meets Quad D criteria!
  • Its that easy!

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Road to college and career readiness
  • SMALL LEARNING COMMUNITIES MULTIPLE PATHWAYS
  • Academic
  • Context

ACADEMIC CONTEXT
A-G
CTE
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Essential Questions (EQ)
  • How can the Program Management Guide be used to
    improve my program?
  • How can the Model Curriculum Guide Standards
    serve as a blueprint for what is taught in my
    HECT courses?
  • How does the ACE strategy support learning and
    checking for understanding in a unit or specific
    lesson?
  • How do HECT lessons reflect the HECT Unit Plans
    by use of Depth of Knowledge and Essential
    Questioning?
  • How do I use Essential Questions to create HECT
    lesson plans and units of study that reflect CTE
    and California Common Core State Standards?

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HECT Standards and resources
  • Magnifying the Common Core in the HECT Program
  • http//www.hect.org/workshopstandards.php

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Questions or comments?
  • Thank you for your participation!
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