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1 CDC/SPC Southeast Regional Meeting Bill Hatch, M.A., J.D. Special Populations & Equity Consultant and Civil Rights Coordinator CTE Support Services e Bill Hatch, M.A., J.D. Special Populations & Equity Consultant and Civil Rights Coordinator CTE Support Services e

2 Take-A-Ways SPC Licensure and 10 Hour Induction SPC PLC Moodle Participation Nontraditional Course List Requirements of the “CDP+” Student Accommodations Anti-Bullying Discussions

3 10 Hour Induction Dates: Dec. 6-7, 2012 and March 7-8, Each will be held in conjunction with 40 Hour New Teacher Induction at the DoubleTree Inn (formerly Brownstone) on Hillsborough St., Raleigh. For clarification of the Invitation and Agenda... the 40 Hour people will be meeting throughout the year on all the dates identified above, and covering certain modules each time. The next meeting dates will start a new group of attendees for the 10 Hour CDC and SPC Induction.

4 Special Populations Moodle PLC Create a LearnNC Account –http://accounts.learnnc.org Join Moodle Class –http://moodle.learnnc.org Enrollment Key: SPCPLC

5 Nontraditional Course List Revised list should be posted in Moodle next week Based on Federal Employment Data, not course enrollment

6 Career Development Plan Plus (CDP+) Students who are included in Special Populations will have a CDP+ CDP+ includes [everything in CDP and] : –Special Populations Category –Modifications/Accommodations Usage Of Modifications/Accommodations Including Date/Subject/Grade/Refused –Record Of Services –Planning/Concerns to be brought up at next meeting

7 Testing Accommodations Documents –Review of Accommodations Used During Testing with Form Procedures –IEP DEC 4 (page 6 of 10)

8 October is Anti-Bullying Month

9 Anti-Bullying Resources PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center The Bully Project olkit.html

10 Things to do: Log on to SPC PLC –More information in profile and possibly add your photo –Participate!! Review Nontraditional List Plan Anti-Bullying Activities with teachers Review CDP+ and remind teachers to record student data Explore options to get more students in STEM pipeline

11 Questions

12 Career and Technical Education Career Development State Updates Marchelle Horner Consultant Career Development State Updates Marchelle Horner Consultant

13 Upcoming Events MoodleCDF kforce/workforce- professionals/workforce- development-training-center/cdf- program Students at Work g/course/view.php?id= Hour Induction nnc.org/login/index.php

14 Professional Association

15 Guidance Essential Standards & Evaluation 4

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17 FRC Activity 1-9

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19 Question #1 A student entering as a freshman during the school-year successfully completed the following courses: 6145 Career Management, 7834 Public Safety I, 7835 Fire Fighter Technology I, 7836 Fire Fighter Technology II. Will this student be identified as a CTE concentrator? If so, which cluster did this student complete?

20 Question #2 A student entering as a freshman during the school-year successfully completed 7721 Carpentry I during her sophomore year. The student is interested in taking Carpentry I, II and III during her high school career. With the addition of 7700 Core and Sustainable Construction during the school-year, what is the sequence of courses that this student should follow?

21 Question #3 An entering freshman during the school-year successfully completed the following courses: 6145 Career Management, 6621 Marketing and 6670 Sports and Entertainment Marketing. The student is interested in taking 6235 Small Business Entrepreneurship but the course is no longer available in the new CTE Essential Standards. How do you advise to ensure this student becomes a CTE concentrator in the Marketing Cluster?

22 Question #4 A student following the Occupational Course of Study entered as a freshman during the school-year successfully completed OCS Introduction to Mathematics and OCS Algebra I. During his senior year he is enrolled in Principles of Business and (Personal) Finance. Will this student complete the appropriate math sequence for graduation requirements? What FRC code will be utilized when all requirements are successfully completed?

23 Question #5 A student entering as a freshman during the school-year successfully completed the following courses: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, 7015 Teen Living, 6411 Computer Applications, 8021 Principles of Engineering, 8598 Cosmetology I (CCP) and 8599 Cosmetology II (CCP). If this student has successfully completed all other graduation requirements, what FRC code should be utilized? Why?

24 Question #6 A student entering as a freshman during the school-year successfully completed Algebra I, Geometry, 7015 Teen Living, 7045 Foods I-Fundamentals 7921 Drafting I and 7962 Drafting II. She has also successfully completed an Arts concentration. If the student successfully completed all other graduation requirements, what FRC code should be utilized? Why?

25 Question #7 A student entering as a freshman during the school-year successfully completed the following CTE courses: Career Management, Allied Health I and Health Sciences II. The student is now interested in taking Fundamentals of Gerontology? Is this possible? Will this student be able to complete a Cluster?

26 Question #8 A student entering as a freshman during the school-year successfully completed the following CTE courses: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Advanced Functions and Modeling, 7045 Foods I- Fundamentals, Allied Health Sciences I and Allied Health Sciences II. If the student successfully completed all other graduation requirements, what FRC code should be utilized?

27 Question #9 A student entering as a freshman during the school-year has been identified as learning disabled in the area of math and her IEP states that her learning disability will prevent the student from mastering Algebra. She successfully completed Fundamental Mathematics I and currently taking Fundamental Mathematics II. She will be scheduled to take Introductory Mathematics and Alternate Math I. If the student successfully completes all other graduation requirements, will this math sequence be acceptable to satisfy the Future Ready requirements? If so, what FRC code will be used?

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