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Standards, Courses and CTE Testing Isaac Kershaw, Sept. 15, 2014
New Career Tech Standards and Courses 13 of 16 Career Fields
Standards and Courses: A Review (FY13) – Required Fall 2015(FY16) –Construction –Information Technology –Engineering and Manufacturing –Health –Law and Public Safety –Transportation
Standards and Courses: A Review (FY14) – Required Fall 2016 (FY17) –Arts and Communications –Agriculture –Business, Marketing and Finance –Human Services - Cosmetology
Standards and Courses Development Available Fall of 2015 Required Fall of 2017 Hospitality – Culinary Arts – Lodging and Tourism Family and Consumer Science
Standards and Courses Development Available Fall of 2016 Required Fall of 2018 Education and Training postponed to
CTE Technical Content Standards Strand Outcome Competency = = = Multiple Units Multiple Competencies One or more competencies plus indicators New StandardsOld Standards No duplication of content. Ongoing renewal based on annual advisory committee input.
Course Development Considerations Courses must be adopted 2 years after availability. Course implementation and Program renewal not related.
Course Development Considerations Courses generally have a 120 hour minimum (40 and 280-hour maximum time requirement. Program must be comprised of at least hour courses. (Two 60 hr. courses = One 120 hr.)
Course Development Considerations Capstone can be used for both in-school and out of school learning experiences. (Not one of the 4). No courses are required by ODE as prerequisites.
Pathway Modifications Engineering –DC and AC Electronic Circuits –Analog Based Electronic Devices –Biomedical Engineering: To Health or Eng. Health Science –Medical and Dental Office Technology –Dental Radiography Air Transportation –Name changes to reflect industry language.
Ag and Environmental Changes Food and Bioscience pathways merging. Announcement of course modifications (FY15). New/modified courses available fall 2015 with old courses being removed at that time.
Arts and Communication Courses Media ArtsPerforming ArtsVisual Design and Imaging Media Arts Primer Media Arts Writing Digital Image Editing Motion Graphics Audio Broadcast Musical Engineering Video Broadcast Video Production Photographic Composition Photography Production Multi-Media Web Production Digital Cinema Performing Arts Primer Musical Engineering Video Production Photography & Composition Dance Choreography Acting and Script Analysis Acting Performance Musical Concept Music Ensemble and Composition Musical Theater Stagecraft Stage Design and Construction Costuming and Makeup Visual Design Primer Visual Creation Digital Print Design Digital Media Art Visual Distribution Advertising & Comm. Arts and Communication Primer Business of Arts and Communications Arts and Communication Capstone
Business-Marketing-Finance New Pathways 1.Business and Administrative Services 1.Finance 2.Marketing Former Pathways 1.Admin. & Professional Support 2.Business Management 3.Legal Management and Support 4.Medical Management and Support 1.Accounting 2.Financial Services 1.Acquisition and Logistics 2.Entrepreneurship 3.High School of Business 4.Marketing Communications 5.Marketing Management
Business Administration Courses BusinessFinanceMarketing Business Foundations Fundamentals of B&A Management Principles Human Resource Mgmt. Office Management Medical Office Mgmt. Operations Mgmt. Business Informatics Business Apps & Economics BA Marketing BA Finance BA Strategic Management Strategic Entrepreneurship Supply Chain Management Logistics Management Finance Foundations Fundamentals of Financial Services Financial Services Operations Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Corporate Finance Finance Capstone Marketing Principles Marketing Applications Marketing Communications Digital Marketing &Mgmt. Marketing Research Merchandising and Buying Professional and Tech. Sales Marketing Capstone
Manufacturing Will analyze structure of course offerings to address manufacturing career opportunities. Materials- Wood? Polymers? Thermal systems Fluid power Quality assurance Automation Electrical systems Processes and Controls Mechanical systems Materials- Wood? Polymers? Thermal systems Fluid power Quality assurance Automation Electrical systems Processes and Controls Mechanical systems
CTE Tests Development Available Fall of 2014 Information Technology Transportation Human Services-Cosmetology
CTE Tests Development Available Fall of 2015 Arts and Communications Business, Marketing and Finance Lodging and Tourism
Career Technical Education Testing End-of Course tests required the year they are available. Old test forms available for Seniors. Students are required to test in each course enrolled. During the transition to courses concentrators may be reported with as few as 3 tests with no penalty.
Career Technical Education Testing Old test forms and industry certification exams phase out after first year of EOC course availability. Field testing continues until enough students participate.
Career Technical Education Testing Each student’s cutoff score is an average of their EOC tests. Report Not Competent, Competent, Advanced. Other teachers in the same pathway may monitor.
CTE Tests for Pre-testing If a district uses ODE-approved vendor tests in the way the vendor prescribes and receives a student growth report with a teacher effectiveness rating, they are required to use the data as part of OTES.
CTE Tests for Pre-testing Pretests be available Aug Sept. 22, 2014 and Jan. 2-21, 2015 OSU-CETE charge is $1 per Career-Technical EOC Pretest Pretests be available Aug Sept. 22, 2014 and Jan. 2-21, 2015 OSU-CETE charge is $1 per Career-Technical EOC Pretest