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1 New Jersey Department of Education Office of Career and Technical Education Human Services Information Session Thursday, January 15, 2015 Camden County College – William G. Rohrer Center Cherry Hill, New Jersey Presenter: Michele J. Doughty, DHEd

2 Session Overview To disseminate information about the Early Childhood and Development Service program of study model. To discuss OCTE overall project efforts and 4-year progress. To discuss steps related to future implementation and professional development.

3 The Basics The basic science of early childhood and early brain development answers the "why" and "what" questions about investing in young children. The applied science of intervention and program evaluation is essential to answer the "when" and "how" questions. Over the past four decades, a compelling body of empirical data from a relatively small number of successful programs has begun to answer these latter questions for young children. (Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University, 2012).

4 NJDOE-OCTE Project Program of Study Initiative The New Jersey Department of Education 4- Year Program Initiative - Awarded to Camden County College Mission: Develop a Program of Study Develop Units in the Human Service Pathways Provide Professional Development Implement Pilot Oversee FCCLA

5 Program of Study LAWS & GUIDANCE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 (Public Law ) Reauthorization of Perkins IV A CTE Program of Study consists of a coherent sequence of academic and career and technical courses offering students the opportunity to earn an industry-recognized credential or certificate at the postsecondary level, or an associate or baccalaureate degree related to the focus of the program of study. Perkins IV requires all states receiving funding under the Act to develop CTE Programs of Study.

6 Program of Study Components 1. Incorporate secondary education and postsecondary education elements; 2. Include a coherent and rigorous content, aligned with challenging academic standards, and relevant career and technical content in a coordinated, non-duplicative progression of courses that align secondary education with postsecondary education to adequately prepare students to succeed in postsecondary education; 3. Include the opportunity, through credit transfer agreements, for secondary education students to participate in dual or concurrent enrollment programs or other ways to acquire postsecondary education credits; and 4. Lead to an industry-recognized credential or certificate at the postsecondary level, or an associate or baccalaureate degree.

7 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)Transfer of CIPCODES HUMAN SERVICES REALIGNMENT Child Care Provider Assistant ( ) Childcare Support Services Management (currently non-eligible) Transfers: Cluster & Pathways Education Cluster Child Development ( ) Consumer Economics ( ) Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences General ( ) Health Sciences Foods, Nutrition & Wellness Studies ( ) Adult Development and Aging ( ) Hospitality Developmental Service Worker ( ) EDUCATION CLUSTER HUMAN SERVICES HEALTH SCIENCE CLUSTER HUMAN SERVICES HOSPITALITY CLUSTER HUMAN SERVICES

8 Human Services Cluster Pathways NEW POS MODEl Early Childhood and Development Services Family and Community Services Counseling ServicesPersonal Care ServicesConsumer Services

9 Early Childhood Development and Services

10 Early Childhood Development and Services Pathway PROGRAM OF STUDY COURSE SEQUENCE Course One: Child Development 24 Units Course Two: Curriculum Materials and Methods 28 Units Course Three: Children’s Health and Wellbeing 22 Units Course Four: Creative Experiences 28 Units

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17 Career Cluster Website New Human Services Career Cluster Page and Website Career Provides resources on all 16 Career Cluster

18 Standards Integration

19 EC CW # CPI# NJCCS 21 st Century Cumulative Progress Indicator (CPI) CCTC Standard s Common Core State Standards (CCSS) HSCP Plan Study ESS0... NFCS / FCCL A NJ Birth to Three Early Learning Standard s NJ Preschool Teaching & Learning Standard s PINJ Core Knowled ge NJ State Licensing NAEYCCDA 2.0 Standard s Head Start Standard s J.(1). 1 Describe and use grammatically English to enhance learning, direct behavior, and strengthen classroom management. CCRA.R.2 CCRA.R.4 CCRA.R.9 CCRA.R.10 RST RST W L L RI W L ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Page Core Knowledge Child Growth and Developme nt Level 1A and Level 1B 6A.02 6A.03 6A.04 6A.08 6A.10 6A.12 E Social/ Emotional Positive Guidance: CS III a, b RCIII J.(1). 2 Demonstrate knowledge of principles of child growth and development, including social, emotional, physical, and cognitive milestones, to provide appropriate and comprehensive program offerings. HU-EC 7RST RST RST RST RI W ; Domain I Domain IV Domain V Standard 0.1 – 0.2 Standard – , 1.4.6, 2.1.2, , 3.3, 3.4, , , : A-C 4A-D 5A-C I Profession al Philosophy Statement a Crosswalk Sample

20 Standards in Action Child Development – Unit 1 Lesson 3 Create a poster on a birth defect EC CW # CPI# NJCCS 21 st Century Cumulative Progress Indicator (CPI) CCTC Standards Common Core State Standards (CCSS) HSCP Plan Study ESS0... NFCS/ FCCLA NJ Birth to Three Early Learning Standards NJ Preschool Teaching & Learning Standards PINJ Core Knowledge NJ State Licensing NAEYCCDA 2.0 Standards Head Start Standards J.(1). 2 Demonstrate knowledge of principles of child growth and development, including social, emotional, physical, and cognitive milestones, to provide appropriate and comprehensive program offerings. HU-EC 7RST RST RST RST RI W ; Domain I Domain IV Domain V Standard 0.1 – 0.2 Standard – , 1.4.6, 2.1.2, , 3.3, 3.4, , , : A-C 4A-D 5A-C I Profession al Philosophy Statement a Bachowski, C. 2014

21 Standards in Action Creative Experiences – Unit 4 Lesson 3 Research socio-dramatic play on the internet. Write an advice column for parents outlining the benefits of socio-dramatic play and tips on how to interact with children during this time. EC CW# CPI# NJCCS 21 st Century Cumulative Progress Indicator (CPI) CCTC Standards Common Core State Standards (CCSS) HSCP Plan Study ESS0... NFCS/ FCCLA NJ Birth to Three Early Learning Standards NJ Preschool Teaching & Learning Standards PINJ Core Knowledge NJ State Licensing NAEYCCDA 2.0 Standards Head Start Standards J.(1). 14 Incorporate play and other activities in program plans to develop children’s skills Domain IIStandard , , , 7.1 Child Growth Developme nt Level IA &B Level IIA-C Level III- VII Curriculum Level IIA Level III & IV 1A-C 3B 5A-C D Physical/ Intellectua l Competenc e: CS II a-d (Plans MUST include adaptation for special needs and ELL Issues). Bachowski, C. 2014

22 Standards in Action Curriculum Materials and Methods – Unit 1 Lesson 7 Discuss quality in child care settings and make a list on the board. Ask students to think of how they would rate a child care setting for quality using Excellent Good, Fair and Poor labels. Make a chart together and give examples of excellent, good, fair and poor ratings. Assign rating and write a fictional account of a child care center that might receive that rating. EC CW# CPI# NJCCS 21 st Century Cumulative Progress Indicator (CPI) CCTC Standards Common Core State Standards (CCSS) HSCP Plan Study ESS0... NFCS/ FCCLA NJ Birth to Three Early Learning Standards NJ Preschool Teaching & Learning Standards PINJ Core Knowledge NJ State Licensing NAEYCCDA 2.0 Standards Head Start Standards J.(1 ).13 Research necessary education and state-specific requirements to practice in this pathway. HU-EC 3RST RST ; A-C 6A-E Bachowski, C. 2014

23 Implementation

24 Piloted Process Pilot Districts – First Course Camden County Technical School Hudson County Career Academy Matawan Regional High School Sterling Regional High School Winslow Township High School

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