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1 South Carolina Education & Business Summit Greenville, South Carolina ~ June 27, 2007 South Carolina Education & Business Summit Greenville, South Carolina ~ June 27, 2007 Presenter: Brenda Hattaway Assistant Executive Director VTECS Presenter: Brenda Hattaway Assistant Executive Director VTECS Developing Scenarios Do Your Scenarios Need a Little Caffeine? Developing Scenarios Do Your Scenarios Need a Little Caffeine?

2 A Consortium for Innovative Career and Workforce Development Resources A Consortium for Innovative Career and Workforce Development Resources Since

3 A Consortium of States

4 Ms. Amy McCaskill Office of Career & Technology Education Columbia, South Carolina Phone: 803 – 734 – Ms. Amy McCaskill Office of Career & Technology Education Columbia, South Carolina Phone: 803 – 734 –

5 VTECS develops resources for CTE.

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8 Graphic Representation of a Cluster Academic, technical, and workplace knowledge and skills that cut across all Pathways in the Career Cluster. A sector of a Career Cluster in which occupational specialties share a common set of academic, technical, and workplace knowledge and skills. The Occupational Specialties that constitute a pathway.

9 SCENARIO DEVELOPMENT

10 From The VTECS Perspective

11 A realistic work situation with pre-established criteria that measures an individuals achievement of career cluster foundation, pathway, or specialty knowledge/skills. What are scenarios?

12 Why use scenarios?

13 How many buses does the army need to transport 1,128 soldiers, if each bus holds 36 soldiers?

14 This is from a national mathematics assessment for 8 th grade students. Almost one-third of the 8 th graders answered the question: 31 remainder 12

15 So, why use scenarios? Use scenarios for instruction to help students put what they learn into a context.... for assessment to provide evidence of learning that reflects worthwhile content.

16 Three Principles for Developing Well Designed Scenarios

17 # 1 Require learners to transfer knowledge and skill learned in school to real life work situations.

18 # 2 Place learners in a simulated job role and setting.

19 # 3 The measurement criteria is critical to the evaluation of the scenario and provides the basis for the scoring guide (rubric or checklist).

20 SCENARIO DEVELOPMEN T: 4 Phases

21 Identify Knowledge/Skill(s) Identify Business/Industry Contacts 1. Plan/Organize

22 Identify a real situation through face to face contact with business/industry representative Obtain employer expectations for successful completion of tasks in the scenario. (continued) 2. Create the Scenario

23 Write the workplace content and identify knowledge/skills, set-up requirements, academic and workplace skills. Determine performance elements & measurement criteria Develop scoring guiderubric or performance checklist based on measurement criteria. 2. Create the Scenario (continued)

24 3. Pilot Test and Revise

25 4. Validate with business/industry and/or other school situations.

26 SCENARIO FORMAT A. Scenario Title B. Foundation Knowledge/Skills Pathway Knowledge/Skills Specialty Knowledge/Skills C. Workplace Context/Situation

27 SCENARIO FORMAT ( continued) D. Time for Completion E. Academic Skills Required F. Workplace Skills

28 SCENARIO FORMAT ( continued) G. Notes to the Teacher H. Performance Elements & Measurement Criteria I. Scoring Guide (Rubric/Checklist)

29 Weve learned that... workplace context, performance elements, measurement criteria, and scoring rubric or checklist workplace context, performance elements, measurement criteria, and scoring rubric or checklist It is critical that the Are aligned.

30 Weve learned that... Scenarios should allow enough to be implemented in different localities or situations without compromising the content and criteria.

31 Lets create one right now!!

32 So, how do you make a cup of coffee?

33 Visit the VTECS Web Site Visit the VTECS Web Site


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