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1 CTE Programs: Moving to Pathways with Courses

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4 A CTE Pathway is… Availability--leading to rewarding careers Available to all students, including adult learners. Courses--articulated sequence Rigorous *academic and *career/technical courses Degrees Starts in 9th grade through postsecondary degree, an industry recognized certificate, and/or licensure. Partnerships Developed, implemented, and maintained in partnership amoung secondary and postsecondary education, business, and employers.

5 A Career Pathway Structure

6 FY14- New Standards, Courses & Tests

7 Why Courses?

8 Course Development Considerations

9 Structure of NEW CTE Content Standards

10 Format of the NEW Design Technical Content Standards Course & Unit Descriptions Strand: Strands are large content areas under which multiple outcomes are organized. »Includes a concise description that captures multiple, broad areas of learner knowledge and skills expected across the strand and, to the extent possible, the multiple outcomes under the strand. Outcome: »Outcomes are overreaching statements that summarizes the knowledge and skills described in the overall set of individual competencies that follow. Competency: essential knowledge or skill »Competencies are specific statements of essential knowledge or skill to be learned in the components of the pathway program.

11 Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Medical Bioscience Allied Health and Nursing Health Informatics Health Science Pathways Health Science Career Field Health Science CTE Technical Content Standards

12 CTE Course Structure

13 Elements of a Sample Course Outline: Nutrition & Wellness Subject Code: Course & Unit Descriptions Health Science 2012 Career Field Technical Content Standards All Pathways Academic Standards Health Science and Human Services Career Field Exercise Science & Sports Medicine Pathway Exercise & Athletic Training Bio-Stats in ES & SM Exercise Physiology & Biochemistry Nutrition & Wellness Fitness Evaluation & Assessment Athletic Injuries & Prevention Sports Exercise Psychology

14 One Common Strand: Business 21st Century Standards Knowledge Management Employability Financial Management Business Ethics and Law Business Leadership and Communication Business Literacy Business Operations Marketing Entrepreneurship Global Environment

15 End-of-Course (EOC) Assessments

16 Using Sample Course Outlines: Assessing Student Learning Concentrator Score End of Course Test 3 End of Course Test 2 End of Course Test 1 Exercise & Athletic Training Bio-Stats in ES & SM Exercise Physiology & Biochemistry Nutrition & Wellness Fitness Evaluation & Assessment Athletic Injuries & Prevention Sports Exercise Psychology

17 Career-Technical Education Technical Assessment Redesign

18 Highlights of Assessment Features All pathways will have a test. Pathway tests are comprised of end of course (EOC) exams. Any combination of EOC tests can be used to calculate a total test score. Seniors will have same FY13 tests available students should begin taking new end of course tests. Pretest development underway. Recognition for student achievement.

19 Support Transcripted Credit Transfer

20 Role of Industry Credentials To what extent are we… Chasing Credentials vs. Buying into industry credentials that have value to businesses in our communities? Industry credential attainment will be reported on Local District Report card and the CTE report card. --Criteria will be forthcoming. “Credentials are relevant to employers only to the extent that it leads to more productive employees.”

21 Developing a Program of Study

22 Using Content Standards: Building a Course of Study Content Standards Sample Course Outlines Program of Study

23 Program of Study Design Framework: Essential Components of a Program of Study Partnerships Course Sequences Credit Transfer Agreements Guidance Counseling and Academic Advisement Industry Certifications and Licenses

24 Steps for Establishing a Program of Study 1

25 2 Step 2: Build the Program of Study Foundation  Working within Partnership identify the appropriate career pathway o Determine what Program of Study is needed  Consider Labor Market data  Consider criteria for establishing a new program o Identify the CTE Secondary Program  must be on CTE List o Establish desired outcome/exit point (ideally, POS will have multiple exit points)  Certification  Licensure  Degree

26 Steps for Establishing a Program of Study 3 o Consider requirements- academic, college admissions, certificates … o Map out identified course work

27 Steps for Establishing a Program of Study 4 Step 4: Develop articulation/dual enrollments/Ctags o Consider duplicated instruction o Determine the amount of credit students may earn o Consider certification requirements for secondary teachers o Consider financial arrangements

28 Steps for Establishing a Program of Study Step 5: Implement the Program of Study o Plan marketing and recruitment materials and activities o Guidance and Counseling o Develop a strategy to ensure that student participates in the articulated credit opportunities o Develop a strategy for informing parents about the Program of Study and the articulated credit opportunities 5

29 Steps for Establishing a Program of Study Step 6: Assessments o Develop a strategy for administering college placement assessment at the point of greatest impact o Ensure that all students take the CTE end of course Technical Assessment (WebXams) o Identify postsecondary assessment for credentialing 6565

30 Steps for Establishing a Program of Study Step 7: Evaluating and Improving the Program of Study o Develop an advisory board o Develop a process for annually evaluating the Program of Study o Set benchmarks for improvement o Involve all partners and stakeholders in the evaluation and improvement strategy

31 New CTE-26/POS Process

32 Electronic Submission Proposed to go live: ~October 15th Form self-populates much of the data Use of electronic signatures Written directions on ODE webpage (www.education.ohio.gov) Opt to view Webinar

33 CTE- 26 Process Identify Program Type –New program; Renewal of Existing; Middle Alignment POS –Post-Secondary; Secondary CTE-26 Assurance Page Timeline for Submitting

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39 FY14 CTE-26 Approval Process Electronically submitted to ODE Receipt notice sent to district contact, Tech Prep Regional Center CA’s and career field consultants within two days Paper applications still accepted although prefer scanned documents

40 FY14 CTE-26 Approval Process Career field consultants work with districts to verify intent, correct errors and make modifications 30 day timeframe for consultants to approve, not approve or withdraw applications Approval letters sent via to district contact and Tech Prep Regional Center CA’s within 2 days of approval

41 Approval of New CTE Programming The budget specifies that a city, local or exempted village school district, community school, or STEM school that wishes to offer CTE programming must first seek approval of the lead district in the career technical planning district (CTPD). The intention is to increase student access to valuable CTE programs while maintaining a coordinated delivery of services

42 Approval of New CTE Programming for FY15 The lead district’s decision to approve or disapprove shall include but is not limited to: A.Demand for the career-technical education program in industries in the state B.Quality of the program C.Potential for a student enrolled in the program to receive training that will qualify the student for industry credentials or postsecondary education D.Admission requirements of lead district E.Past performance of the district or school that is offering the program

43 Approval (Continued) F.Traveling distance G.Sustainability H.Capacity I.Availability of the program within the career- technical planning district J.In the case of the new program, the cost to begin the program

44 The following timelines will govern the program application process. Approval is valid for five years following the fiscal year in which the program was approved. March 1st.Lead districts must approve or disapprove CTE programming applications no later than March 1st. March 15Appeals may be made to the department not later than March 15. May 15.The department will notify the district or school and the lead district of its decision to approve or disapprove by May 15.

45 CTE Renewal Timelines

46 FY14= 2013–2014 School Yr.FY15= 2014–2015 School Yr.FY16= 2015–2016 School Yr.FY17= 2016–2017 School Yr.FY18= 2017–2018 School Yr.

47 Program Renewal, Content Standards and Technical Test Development Schedule

48 Program Renewal As stated in Ohio’s Perkins IV Five-Year Plan, all state-approved secondary career-technical programs are to be renewed on a 5 year cycle. Information Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing TechnologiesFor this year we are asking that all Information Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies career field programs submit an FY15 CTE-26 application with a Program of Study.

49 education.ohio.gov Cyndi L. Brill Office of Career-Technical Education 25 South Front Street, MS 603 | Columbus, Ohio (614) | Fax (614) education.ohio.gov

50 Social ohio-department-of-education Ohio Families and Education Ohio Teachers’ Homeroom OhioEdDept storify.com/ohioEdDept


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