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Early Childhood Education Rigorous Program of Study Bellwork: What is the purpose of Programs of Study?
Introductions Speed-Networking with Business Card: – Your Name – District/School – Position – What do you think Seniors should have in their tool kit to make their transition to life, post- secondary and career a success? Share response
Thermometer Fist of 5 – Comfort with Programs of Study 5 = I feel very comfortable with Programs of Study and I can help you present 4 = I feel comfortable with Programs of Study and we have them in our district. 3 = I feel comfortable with Programs of Study 2 = I know the definition of Programs of Study 1 = I am here to learn about Programs of Study
Bellwork Hands up – Pair up: – What is the purpose of Programs of Study? Partner A: Person with shortest hair: – Provide your purpose of Programs of Study Partner B: – Summarize Partner A’s description and ask clarifying questions Partner A: – Summarize newly revised Program of Study Partner B: – Prepared to share to team
Did you consider… Ease transition into high school Provides a focus to high school experience Allows students to develop a Program of Study early to: – Discover what you like and what you don’t like – Change now, instead of later – Hands-on experiences – Work Based Learning experiences earlier – Head start on career education – Head start on industry credentialing – Head start on dual enrollment toward AA/AS and/or BA/BS
Objectives Workshop participant can: – Summarize the Rigorous Programs of Study grant – Summarize the PUSD’s Early Childhood Program of Study – Compare and contrast what is available in their Programs of Study
Rigorous Program of Study Grant Proof of Concept Grant
WHAT is Programs of Study? Perkins IV Programs of Study The primary purpose of Programs of Study is to provide successful student transitions between secondary and postsecondary education. The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 called upon states and local education agencies to create secondary-to-postsecondary sequences of academic and career education coursework that lead students to attain a postsecondary degree or industry-recognized certificate or credential. At a minimum, Programs of Study must: incorporate and align secondary and postsecondary education elements; include academic and CTE content in a coordinated, non-duplicative progression of courses; offer the opportunity, where appropriate, for secondary students to acquire postsecondary credits; and lead to an industry-recognized credential or certificate at the postsecondary level, or an associate or baccalaureate degree.
10 Components 1.Legislation and Policies 2.Partnerships 3.Professional Development 4.Accountability and Evaluation Systems 5.College and Career Readiness Standards 6.Course Sequences 7.Credit Transfer Agreements 8.Guidance Counseling and Academic Advisement 9.Teaching and Learning Strategies 10.Technical Skills Assessments
Questions Partner – Share: Individually, underline key words to you 1 st processing with partner: What does this mean to you? 2 nd processing with partner: What are the 10 components of the grant? 3 rd processing with partner: What does your school/district already have in place?
Peoria Unified School District K-12 District – 33 K-8 Elementary Schools – 7 High Schools – 1 Alternative School 36,000 students; 11,000 high school students 5 th Largest District in Arizona; Largest CTE District in Arizona – 15,000 duplicated CTE seats – 23 CTE Programs plus Junior High CTE
Peoria’s Journey CCTI Grant Rigorous Programs of Study Maricopa Programs of Study ASU MAPPS Programs of Study: – Maricopa – ASU Pathways Program – http://transfer.asu.edu/communitycollege/AZ/gle ndale/mapp http://transfer.asu.edu/communitycollege/AZ/gle ndale/mapp Signature Programs/Partnerships
Programs of Study Progression Programs of Study Tech Prep School- to-Work
Had Dual Enrollment with: – Gateway CC → Nursing, Allied Health, Drafting/Engineering, Automotive – Glendale CC → Fire Science, Law Enforcement, Sports Medicine, Agriculture – Mesa CC → Fashion Design – Estrella CC → Financial Services, Business, Marketing, Accounting, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood, Information Technology
Streamlined dual enrollment: – One Coordinating College for each School District – Consortias meet (JTEDs involved) Secondary and Post-Secondary Rep Coordinating College → High Schools Focus One Program of Study by June 2012 + One Program of Study by June 2013 and each year afterwords – MCCCD Instructional Councils determined dual enrollment courses
Western Maricopa Program of Study Consortia 15 School Districts Maricopa County Community College District – Estrella Mountain Community College – Glendale Community College – Paradise Valley Community College – Phoenix College – Rio Salado Community College
University Partners Engineering Sports Medicine
Industry Credentialing Automotive: ASE Student Credential in Maintenance and Light Repair Accounting: *Quickbooks Agriculture: *Arizona Nursery Management Business: *Microsoft Office User Specialist Culinary: *Serve Safe Management Certification Information Technology: CompTia A+, Net+ Marketing: *Hospitality Certification Media: *Final Cut Pro Certification Medical Assisting: NCHO Medical Assisting Nursing: C.N.A. *- In progress or varying degrees of implementation
Question 1 st processing with partner: What has your district’s journey been? 2 nd processing with partner: What type of post-secondary (or secondary), depending upon your role, partnerships do you have or will develop?
Post-secondary – Community Colleges, Universities and Industry Credentialing: – Add courses – Create groupings of courses – Create degrees
AzProgramsofStudy.org Secondary: – Add courses – Put courses in CTE programs – Link to post-secondary credential or degree – Create Program of Study – Link preceding and following Program of Study – Electronic signature
Question 1 st processing with partner: What type of regional consortia or state-coordination do you have? 2 nd processing with partner: How is your process similar or different?
Closure 3 things learned today or refreshers 2 ideas to implement at home district/school 1 question remaining
Contact Information Patti Beltram, Ed.D. firstname.lastname@example.org, 623-412- email@example.com – Peoria Unified School District Director for Career Services Kitty Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org@peoriaud.k12.az.us – Peoria Unified School District CTE Program Coordinator Jim Hawk email@example.com@peoriaud.k12.az.us – Peoria Unified School District Assistant CTE Program Coordinator