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1 Middle Bucks Institute of Technology


3 Our Mission Develop in youth and adults, through rigorous and integrated educational experiences, the competencies required for higher education and employment.

4 Career Pathways at Middle Bucks
Architecture & Construction Building & Facilities Occupations - NEW Construction Carpentry Drafting & Design Technology Electrical & Network Cabling HVAC & Plumbing Technology Practical Environmental Landscaping Arts, A/V Technology & Communications Commercial Art & Design Multimedia Technology Health Science Dental Occupations Health Occupations Health Sciences Senior Opportunity: Penn State University/ MBIT Dual Enrollment Courses Hospitality & Tourism Culinary Arts Human Services Cosmetology Early Childhood Care & Education Information Technology Networking & Operating Systems Security Web Page, Digital Multimedia, & Information Resources Design Law, Public Safety & Security Public Safety Manufacturing Welding Technology Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Engineering Related Technology Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Automotive Collision Technology Automotive Technology

5 Career Pathways High Priority Occupations
Career-oriented, well-paying occupations Align workforce training and education with occupations that are in demand by employers Family sustaining wages - $29,600

6 Career Pathways Apply core curriculum developed through PDE Program of Study Linked to Articulation Agreement Linked to Industry Certification Core curriculum plus additional competencies

7 Career Pathways Offer college credit upon successful completion: BCCC
Drexel University Penn College of Technology Penn State Health Science Engineering

8 Enrollment - 2011 Secondary Enrollment 801 Adult Day Enrollment 16
Special Education 50%

9 PSSA Scores – 2011-12 65% Proficient or Advanced in Reading
45% Proficient or Advanced in Math NOTE: State average of Proficient or Advanced in Part-time CTE is 39% for Reading and 32% for Math



12 4Sight – Study Island All incoming 10th graders participate in 4Sight testing Establish a baseline score for Math and Reading A customized plan to build Math and Reading skills is developed Students utilize in Study Island to build academic skills

13 NOCTI National Occupational Competency Testing Institute – NOCTI
End of Program Assessment based on current industry standards Consists of two parts: Written = theory Performance = applied knowledge in real world simulation In reality NOCTI is no different than PSSA



16 Industry Certifications
Pennsylvania State Inspection Emissions Inspection Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Microsoft Office Specialist American Welding Society Stainless Steel Fire Fighter I EMT Nurse Aid

17 Industry Certifications
PA Builders’ Association Skills Cosmologist License Child Development Associate ACF Secondary Culinarian TRAC Pipe Certificate OSHA Career Safe CompTIA - Network A+ Copper Based Networking

18 Early Childcare Program
Prepares students for careers working with children through theory and practical experiences Li’l Bucks - On-site childcare center Licensed by Department of Public Welfare Keystone Stars – 3 Stars Ages 18 months through Kindergarten




22 Early Childcare Program
High Priority Occupation (HPO) from PA Department of Labor and Industry Core Standards and Objectives developed for Curriculum Integration of Academic Standards Recognized PA Industry Certifications aligned to Curriculum Statewide articulations to postsecondary institutions that continue career pathways NOCTI end of program assessments

23 Early Childcare Program
Industry Certifications Pennsylvania Department of Welfare Assistant Group Supervisor Child Development Associate (CDA) certification PA Keys Fire Safety Training certification American Red Cross Infant and Child CPR 

24 Early Childcare Program
Post Secondary Educational Opportunities Bucks County Community College Montgomery County Community College Northampton County Community College Penn State College of Technology

25 Early Childcare - Curriculum
ECC01 - YOUR ROLE IN CHILD CARE ECC01.01 Identify career possibilities in the child care field R11.A.1.3.2 Cite evidence from text to support assertions. R11.A.2.3.1 Make interferences and draw conclusions based on information from text. R11.B.3.1.1 Identify a factual statement from text that supports an assertion, or identify an opinion. ECC01.02 Describe what training and education requirements are needed for careers in the child care field R11.A.1.5.1 Summarize the main ideas/themes and important details of the text. ECC01.03 Explain what the CDA credential is R11.A.1.2.2 Define words or phrases from context clues given in explanatory sentences; and/or the use of examples in the text. R11.A.2.4.1 Identify and/or interpret stated or implied main ideas and relevant supporting details from text. (Note: Items may target specific paragraphs. Items might ask about information in the text that is most important or helpful for understanding a particular fact or idea. Items may require recalling key information stated in text). ECC02 - FAMILIES AND CHILD CARE ECC02.01 Define identity and explore types of child care facilities R11.A.1.2.1 Identify the meaning of an unfamiliar word through knowledge of roots; identify how the meaning of a word is changed when a affix is added; identify the meaning of a word from the text with an affix. R11.A.1.6.2 Draw conclusions about the theme or the author's purpose in relation to selected text elements, e.g., dialogue, symbolism, word choice. R11.A.2.5.1 Summarize the main ideas and important details of the text. ECC02.02 Identify the components of a quality center R11.B.3.1.2 Analyze positions or arguments for evidence of statements of fact and opinion. ECC02.03 Identify family structures and the importance of home and school R11.A.1.3.1 R11.B.3.3.3 Analyze and evaluate the author's thesis and logic of the author's argument. ECC02.04 Define, identify, and explore types of child care facilities R11.A.1.4.1 Identify and/or interpret stated or implied main ideas and relevant supporting details from text. (Note: Items may target specific paragraphs) ECC03 - HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ECC03.01 Identify Founding Principles of Development ECC03.02 Recognize child development theorists

26 Early Childcare – Curriculum Map
Month Content Skills Assessment Anchors Resources September Orientation New Staff Orientation Center Procedures Work Instructions/ISO Safety Curriculum Rule, Regulations and Procedures of MBIT Rules, Regulations and Procedures of ECC Group Setting Adjusting to New Center Supervision of Children Creating Safe Spaces Snack, Reception, Disinfecting Equipment, Student Teaching Duties Define ISO Define what are work instructions Locate within class Outdoor Safety Indoor Safety Prevention of Accidents Reporting Accidents Fire Safety Training Lesson Plan Design R11.A.2.1.2 R11A.2.2.2 R11.A.2.3.1R11.A.2.4.1R11.A.2.6.1R11.B.2.2.2R11.B.3.3.1 R11.B3.3.3 R11.A.2.1.2R11.A.2.5.1 R11.B.3.3.4 R11.A.2.1.1 R11.A.2.2.2 R11.A.2.3.1 R11.A.2.5.1 R11A.2.6.1 R11.B3.3.1 R11.A.2.1.2R11.A.2.2.2R11.A.2.5.1 Group Presentations Theory Participation Regulation sheet for ECC signed by parents Workbook/Activities after watching Video Handout outlines for specific procedures signed by students and parents Group Participation Practice using work instructions Portfolio Activities Professional Training Textbook Assignments Licensing Review Exam Observation Activities Create Objective and Complete Developmentally Appropriate Lesson Plan MBIT Handbook Handouts Video Segments 1-5 PA Pathways New Staff Orientation Outline ISO Work Instructions Learning Guide 10 Text/Workbook/ Observation Book Video DPW Licensing Book Tilley Fire Trainer Professional Development Learning Packet on Effective Lesson Planning Cluster: Human Services Program: Early Childhood Care and Education Level: 100 Author: Rich Date:

27 Early Childcare – Lesson Plan
Weekly Lesson Plan-Week Three Program: ECC 100Level Teacher: Lise Rich September 12-16, 2011 Day Content/POS Anchor Standard Skills Activities Assessment Monday State Regulations Indoor/Outdoor Safety Checklist/Portfolio Activity 203 301 311 404 1102 1103 R11.A.2.1.2 R11.A.2.4.1 R11.B.3.3.4 S11.A.1.3.1 Locate important state licensing information Understand the importance of securing and maintaining a safe environment Create a list of teacher check points to ensure a safe environment- should be placed in Portfolio Lab/Book Bag Assignment Sheet 2 Download DPW Regulations on Administering Medication Safe and Sound Video Indoor/Outdoor Safety Checklist Job Daily Journal Hours LG Check Off List Portfolio Activity Safety Checklist Daily Grade Lab Rubric Tuesday Liability Child Abuse 303 313 314 S11.A.2.1.3 Develop understanding of legal liability for children’s safety including protection from abuse within a child care setting Identify laws of PA as they relate to child abuse/neglect Locate PA resources for child abuse/neglect prevention Define and apply terms associated with child abuse /neglect & prevention Lab/ Book Bag KWL Child Abuse Read Objective 7-10 Video/Vocab Research the PA Family Alliance Website Word Search Quiz Monday KWL Portfolio Activity-State Regulations on Child Abuse Reporting/Family Alliance Directory

28 Early Childcare – Learning Guide
MIDDLE BUCKS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ECC - Learning Guide 13 Involving Parents and Community Standard # Standard Obj. # Objective 700 1000 Standards, Curriculum and Assessment Program Partnerships 701 702 1001 1002 1003 1004 Use basic tools of observation Observe, record and analyze children’s behaviors Communication with Families Create resource file of community services Describe and implement best practices for supporting children and families during transitions Identify the family’s role in developing individualized goal and plans for children Performance Objective At the completion of this learning guide students will be develop an understanding of the importance of involving parents and community in school life. Students will earn an 80% proficiency or higher on the unit exam. PSSA Standards R11.A.2.1.2 R11.A.2.2.2 R11.A.2.3.1 R11.A.2.3.2 R11.A.2.4.1 R11.B.3.1.1 R11.B.3.31 R11.B.3.3.2 R11.B.3.3.3 R11.B.3.3.4 S11.A.2.1.3 Enabling Objectives

29 Early Childcare – Mastery Report

30 Questions and Comments

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