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1 Planning, Training, Implementation, And Evaluation NCPN Richmond, VA October 19, 2012

2 Superintendent Tulsa OK Public Schools Claremore, OK Public Schools Oologah, Ok Public Schools

3 Harold Helton – Director Jeanie Newell-Career Guidance Specialist Jeff Miller - College and Career Transition Specialist

4 A classroom guidance delivery system where students, divided into small groups, receive career, academic and personal social development facilitated by a teacher

5 Planning: Define your goals; plan toward a deadline; find an advocate; $$$$ issues Training: Why it is so important; when it should be done and who should do it? Implementation: Ways to structure TAA; select personnel; curriculum choices; CACR Evaluation: Surveying your outcomes with everyone and planning time to change

6 40,919 students 9 high; 12 middle; 8 alternative schools 85% Free and reduced lunches TPS Student Demographics: 30% African American; 29% Caucasian; 26% Hispanic; 7% Native American; 8% other Graduation rate 2010-2011=79 % Goal: to provide TAA to all 6-12 graders in three years (approximately 20,000 students)

7 Central HS Fine and Performing Arts McLain HS Aviation; Pre Engineering; Robotics Webster HS Broadcasting; Journalism & Info Tech Rogers MS & HS Early College; IB; Languages Memorial HS Science; Tech; Engineering BTW HS IB & languages Edison MS & HS College Preparatory Academy East Central HS Entrepreneurial magnet Hale HS Culinary; Human Performance; Lodging and Hospitality Tulsa MET Alternative Big Picture

8 Graduation rate=66.2% College and Career Readiness=7% (Measured by proficiency on four ACT academic tests. Those who are proficient do not require college remediation.)

9 Provide equal access to academic college and career advisement to all Structure to communicate important information about academic standards career planning and postsecondary training Adult who cared about students ability to succeed in school and life, by showing relevance of school and their future

10 Replacement for professional counseling Homeroom Study hall Sustained silent reading time Free time

11 Trained teachers who work with small groups to explore educational and career possibilities Trained teachers who see the whole student, not just in one class or subject Trained teachers providing an approved curriculum for academic, social/personal growth and career development Trained teachers who help students see why education is relevant to their future

12 Determine what you want TAA to do Find an advocate Define your mission statement Plan toward a deadline Get buy-in from those participating Select schools/grades; personnel; pilot programs; volunteers??? $$$ -What do you need? Who will fund?

13 Establishing academic and career goals beginning in the sixth grade and continuing through the senior year; developing a relationship with an adult who shows a genuine interest in a students progress in achieving academic and career goals.

14 Lack of consensus of what to accomplish Not everyone thinks this is a good idea Finding a curriculum to fit your needs Scheduling time and structure for a advisory program Buy-in from top to bottom $$$$$ - how do we get what is needed?

15 Administrators-TAA can help raise graduation rates; lower drop out rates; creates more parental involvement Counselors-Relieves high ratio of students/counselors. Help to provide college and career readiness info to all Teachers /Parents-connecting future careers to current education; parents more involved Students-provide an adult who is interested in the whole person, just not the subject

16 Train EVERYONE on the concept of TAA Designate one trainer specifically for TAA Research other TAA training programs Hire a consultant for training Provide teachers with an established curriculum they can modify Importance of evaluation data

17 GUIDANCE The help all students receive from parents, teachers, counselors, community members and others who assist with educational and career development COUNSELING The help some students receive from credentialed professionals to overcome personal and social problems that interfere with learning

18 Researched and chosen a career Chosen a postsecondary training institution Applied and been accepted at a school Created and completed a plan of study Mastered study skills to succeed Participated in internship (student teaching) Been licensed and have secured work

19 Consistent disseminator of essential career and postsecondary information Encourages students to plan for the future Supports efforts to be prepared for college and career Shares life lessons and experience Goes beyond mastery of any one subject Best if this can be a long term relationship (looping)

20 Use your mission statement to evaluate outcomes Create a curriculum using the mission statement Beg, borrow or steal materials from other advisory programs Plan to review your program at the end of the year and be prepared to change

21 Customized OK Regents Planner in hard copy and binder for each student Other TAA Lessons posted on our website Designated a coordinator to manage TAA Lesson format? Grades, subjects, career clusters? Who selects? Who disseminates? Students scheduled into small groups (15-20) 30 minute minimum advisory period Advisory least once every two weeks

22 Make sure to share your data with your advocate and other stakeholders Yearly evaluation (rubric) with principal and coordinator administrator in charge Teacher evaluations yearly Students complete pre and post survey on topics covered in TAA Adjust accordingly after reviewing evaluations







29 70% said they were properly trained 92% said there was adequate time for TAA 73% thought the materials and time allotted, information and activities were helpful Most teachers used College and Career Planner; many used the materials found on the website and others used materials produced at the school Suggestions for improvement encouraged

30 New school accepted 6-10 th graders College credits through concurrent enrollment starting 11 th grade on Rogers campus Must have a 19 on the ACT in 10 th grade to be concurrently enrolled Advisory focuses on improving EXPLORE and PLAN scores to make the 19 on the ACT 81% of parents attended student enrollment conferences and reviewed Plans of Study

31 Tulsa Chamber of Commerce and OU - Tulsa Community Engagement Center Provide coaches to assist during advisory time Share personal experiences and importance of education in specific careers Recruitment, training placement and evaluation by TPS, Chamber and OU

32 Dr. Keith Ballard Supt Tulsa Public Schools Harold Helton Director College and Career Readiness Dept Jeff Miller Transition Specialist Jeanie Newell Career Guidance Specialist

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