Presentation on theme: "Earning College Credit in High School"— Presentation transcript:
1 Earning College Credit in High School Lisa SeigelBrian Pyles, Ph.D.Thursday, February 25, 2010
2 Building Relationships Genesee Intermediate School District (ISD)Mott Community College (MCC)Shiawassee Regional Education Service District (RESD)WDB Region 15 / CEPDs 29 & 30
3 Creating a Framework CTE Articulation Binder Section 1: ProceduresSection 2 – 6: Current AgreementsSection 7 – 10: Institutional Specific ProceduresSection 11: MACROA InformationSection 12: Programs of Study
4 Putting It In Writing & The Approval Process Baker College of OwossoDelta CollegeLansing Community CollegeMott Community CollegeNorthern Michigan UniversityUniversity of Michigan-Flint
5 Types of Credit Articulated Credit Direct Credit Dual Enrollment Credit
6 Articulated CreditARTICULATED CREDIT-A process where instructors from both secondary and post secondary meet and compare curriculum, syllabi and course descriptions. Articulation agreements are formed when there is a mirror image in the two curricula.When articulation credit appears on college transcripts varies between institutions. Some colleges require the student to successfully complete one or more classes and other colleges grant the credit upon admission.Generally students do not pay for articulated credit.
7 Articulated Credit Agreements Accounting Mott Business Management & Administration LCC & Mott Construction Trades Mott Cosmetology Mott Family Consumer Science LCC & Mott Health Science Academy Mott Machine Tool Delta College Teacher Cadet Mott Woodworking NMU
8 Direct CreditDIRECT CREDIT- A process that provides students with the opportunity to take college level courses in high school and are generally taught by college faculty or high school teachers who are adjunct college faculty. The exact college course syllabi, textbook and assessments are used in delivering the curriculum. Once the course is successfully complete, the student has a college transcript at the granting institution.Students receive both high school and college credit.Students generally pay a reduced tuition per credit.
9 Direct Credit Agreements Teacher Cadet Programs at Owosso and Durand High Schools with Direct Credit to University of Michigan.The Shiawassee RESD Countywide Health Science Academy Direct Credit to Baker College.
10 Dual Enrollment Credit DUAL ENROLLMENT- A process that provides students with the opportunity to take college level courses on campus, taught by college faculty while the student is still enrolled in high school. Once the course is successfully complete, the student has a college transcript at the granting institution. The college course would replace a high school course on the student’s schedule and transcript.Students receive both high school and college credit.Students may pay tuition per credit depending on the agreement with the school district and the postsecondary partner.
11 Dual Enrollment Credit Agreements Shiawassee RESD Countywide Programs provideDual Enrollment credit from Baker CollegeAutomotive Services I & IIComputer NetworkingGraphic Web DesignHVACIntro To Health Occupations
12 Region 15 Promotional Activities Harvest Media Works has been contracted to design web site for the Genesee/Shiawassee Tech Prep Region highlighting all CTE Programs.Content will include why/what/where/how of earning early college credit.Information links to local districts, colleges, etc.Information for students, parents, and teachers on early college credit, CTE, college options, tech center programs.
13 Do’s & Don’ts Do’s Annual Career Pathway Professional Development Invite Postsecondary Partners to Meet with TeachersJoint Occupational Professional DevelopmentHigh School Counselor InvolvementOne Point of Contact for CountyArticulation BindersMarketing to Students, Parents, and Teachers
14 Do’s & Don’ts Don’t Leave the Teachers to Figure it Out on Their Own Expect the Students to Return to High School After Graduation to Ask for PaperworkAssume Only a Few Students Will Attend a Community CollegeNot Have an Articulation Procedure or Point Person
15 Models Countywide Programs With No Career Center Articulation Binder Countywide Curriculum & Professional DevelopmentCountywide Articulation AgreementsArticulation LiaisonRegional Marketing
16 QuestionsContact Information: Lisa Seigel, Brian Pyles, Ph.D., Shiawassee Regional Education Service District (RESD) 1025 North Shiawassee Street Corunna, MI (989)
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