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Career & Technical Education and Concurrent Enrollment Programming Update DCSD Board of Education Meeting January 15, 2013 Presented by: Steve Johnson, Director of High School Education Kristin Pegg, Career & Technical Education Coordinator The World of Career &Technical Education and Concurrent Enrollment in DCSD CTE CONSORTIUM / PICKENS TECH DCSD PSEO CCCS ACCOUNTABILITY DCSD CAREER CONCURRENT EXPLORATION ENROLLMENT /PLANNING CTE PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS Career & Technical Education Programming • Based on the Colorado Career Cluster Model which is composed of the following: – 6 Industry Sectors – 17 Career Clusters – 83 Career Pathways • In addition to a teaching license, CTE Teachers are expected to hold a CTE credential in each career cluster or pathway area in which they teach. • Each CTE program is required to have a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO). Students participate in competitive events in which they apply the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom. (e.g. DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, TSA, Skills USA, etc. ) DCSD Course Offerings within CO Career Cluster Model Management and Marketing Agriculture, Food & Natural STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering Adv. Web Design |Adv. Administration • Marketing I, II, and III Resources & Math) Gaming/Programming | Television • Business Management • Mktg Work Experience 110, 240 •Agriscience See also STEM affiliated pathways noted by * Production | DC TV Academy | Adv. • MAR 216-Principles of •Advanced Agriscience • Intro to Engineering Video Production • Business Principles • Engineering I, II, III, and IV Marketing •Animal Science* • Broadcast Media • Information Processing • Tech Lab I, II, III, and IV • Sports Marketing •Agricultural Business • Video TV Production • Microsoft Office • Advanced Design (CAD) • Entrepreneurship •Intro. to Veterinary Science • Mass Media/Video Production I • Business Law • Architectural Drafting • MAR 235-Consumer Behavior •Plant Science/Natural Resources* • Literature of Film • International Business • MAR 160-Customer Service •Supervised Agricultural Experience Arts, A/V Technology and • Interior Design I and II • Professional Business Energy Communication • Fashion Design 1 and II Communication Finance • ENY 101—Introduction to Energy (LHS)* • FVT 105-Video Production I • Graphic Design I, II, III, and IV • Professional Bus. Training I, II • Accounting I and II • FVT 160-Video Post Production I • AP Graphic Design • Professional Bus. Training Work • ACC 121 & 122-Principles of * STEM affiliated pathway • MGD 101-Intro to Computer Graphics • Photography I, II, III, and IV Experience 110 and 240 Accounting I and II • MGD 111-Photoshop I • AP Photography • Entrepreneurship • Principles of Finance Agriculture, Natural • BUS 115-Intro. to Business • BUS 116-Principles of Finance • MGD 112-Illustrator I Information Technology Resources & Energy • MGD 141-Web Design I • A+ Commander PC Technician • BUS 117-Business Writing • BUS 203-International Business • MGD 153-3-D Animation/Flash Training • Multimedia I- Survey • CSC 116-Logic and Program Business, Marketing & Postsecondary & Workforce Readiness • Multimedia II- Game Programming | Design/Intro Comp. Sci. Foundation knowledge & skills for all career pathways include: • CSC 160 & 161-Computer Science I, II Public Administration 3D Animation |Desktop Pub | • Academic Content Knowledge • Civic Responsibility • Collaboration Gaming/Programming | Video • AP Computer Science • Communication • Creativity & Innovation Production |Web Design • Tech Support Hospitality, Human • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving • Find/Use Information Technology • Multimedia III- Adv. 3-D Animation | STEM, Arts, Design & • Global & Cultural Awareness • Personal Responsibility • Work Ethic Information Services & Education Specialized CTE Pathways include: Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE I, II, III, IV) FACS CORE Technology Hospitality & Tourism •ECE 102-Early Childhood •Foods Education Internship •ECE 103-Guidance Strategies Health Science, Skilled Trades & •Creative and Foreign Foods •Essential of Culinary Arts •ECE 111-Infant & Toddler Criminal Justice & Technical Sciences •ProStart I and II Theory and Practice Public Safety •Catering I and II •Healthy Decisions Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Health Science • Automotive Technologies I • Cosmetology @ Pickens & • Year-long Health Sciences program through LPS Englewood (2013-14) • Automotive Technologies II Human Services • Automotive Technologies III •Personal Finance/Life Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Education & Training • Emergency & Fire Management Services* • Automotive Technologies IV Management •Relationships •Teacher Cadet program @ Fire Science/Principles of Emergency Service •Child Development MVHS and HRHS CPAT •ECE 101-Early Childhood •Professional Internship First Responder Education • Law Enforcement Services CRJ 110 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRJ 125 Law Enforce Operations * STEM affiliated pathway Past Options for Students • Douglas County CTE Programs (enhanced the last 4 years) – CTE Wings at RCHS and LHS • CTE Consortium (formerly known as ACTS and was dissolved; contracts signed and tuition paid between districts) • Pickens Tech (fewer options offered as DCSD programming expands) • PSEO (state model replaced w/ newer Concurrent Enrollment model for 2011-12) • Concurrent Enrollment (Formerly known as College Ready) Current CTE Programming in DCSD • 61 “active” programs • 6,650 total participants in 2010- – 5 at CVHS 11 – 8 at CHS • 7,852 total participants in 2011- – 7 at DCHS 12 – 1 at Eagle Academy • 11,531 total participants in 2012- – 9 at HRHS 13 – 4 at LHS • 60 “Credentialed” teachers – 9 at MVHS currently teaching. – 6 at PHS • 145 CTE Courses Total – 5 at RCHS – 7 at TRHS CTE PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS DCSD Career & Technical Student Organization 2011-12 Accomplishments An Association of Marketing Students (DECA): @ CHS, CVHS, DCHS, HRHS, MVHS, PHS, RCHS, TRHS 2 State Champions 16 Top Ten State Finishers 1 National Champion 6 Top Ten National Finishers Vice President of State Officer Team Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA): @ all 9 high schools 7 State Champions 32 Top Ten State Finishers 9 National Qualifiers TRHS-largest Colorado Chapter and the 8th largest chapter in the nation CTE PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS DCSD Career & Technical Student Organization 2011-12 Accomplishments Family, Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA): @ CHS, HRHS, MVHS, PHS, TRHS 5 Gold Level State Finishers 18 Silver Level State Finishers 7 Bronze Level State Finishers 2 Gold Level National Finishers State Officer: VP of Publications Technology Student Association (TSA): @ CHS, CVHS, LHS, MVHS, RCHS 4 Gold Level State Finishers 5 Silver Level State Finishers 5 Bronze Level State Finishers 1 National Champion 2 top ten National Finishers CTE LHS Chapter – State 2nd Place Overall Finish PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS School-Based Programs Available to All DCSD Students in 2012-13 • CHS • MVHS – Early Childhood Education 68 – Fashion Design 30 – Engineering Pathway 262 – Interior Design 80 – Pre-Med Program* – Teacher Cadet 12 – Engineering Pathway 358 • CVHS – Engineering Pathway 202 • PHS – Automotive Technologies 70 • DCHS – Early Childhood Education 20 – Agricultural Sciences 130 – Early Childhood Education 47 • RCHS – Fashion Design 87 – Fire Science 15 – Audio Production --- • HRHS – High School of Business 82 – Fashion Design 51 – Comp. Sci. / Engineering Pathway 195 – Interior Design 53 – Teacher Cadet --- • TRHS (no credentialed teacher at this time) – Fashion Design 26 – Interior Design 57 • LHS – ProStart Culinary Arts Program 42 – Criminal Justice 74 – Computer Info. Tech. Pathway 112 – Yellow numbers indicate program – Engineering Pathway 207 enrollment for 2012-13. CTE – Multimedia Pathway 370 PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS CTE Consortium • 5 District Consortium (Cherry Creek, DCSD, Englewood, Littleton, Sheridan) • Offers specialized class or set of classes that leads to any or all of the following: – Dual credit (high school and concurrent enrollment college credit) – Certificate – Training / specialized skills that could be used to gain employment post high school CTE CONSORTIUM/ PICKENS TECH State Accountability • Federal Perkins Grant – Local Plan – Awards packet – Vouchers • Colorado Technical Act (CTA) Report – Complete financial report • Instructional Costs -Staffing/Salary/Benefits/Extra Duty • Equipment • Books and Supplies • Contracted Programs • VE – 135 Enrollment – Building by building report of programs/classes/enrollment • Participation vs. completion • VE – 135 Follow up – One year later, what are the students doing now? CCCS ACCOUNTABILITY Perkins Grant 2011-12 • 3 “projects” using approximately $180,312.00 – Professional Development – Development of Project-based Instruction – Assessing Career and Technical Skills • 26 “action steps” – In-State and Out of State Travel – Substitutes for CTE Teachers – Supplies, Equipment, Technology, Curriculum – Extra Duty Pay – Perkins Grant Writing Pay CCCS ACCOUNTABILITY Perkins Grant 2012-13 • 3 “projects” using approximately $191,528.00 – Professional Development – Development of Project-based Instruction – Assessing Career and Technical Skills • 31 “action steps” – In-State and Out of State Travel – Substitutes for CTE Teachers – Supplies, Equipment, Technology, Curriculum – Extra Duty Pay CCCS ACCOUNTABILITY What Lies Ahead for CTE? • Continual updating of existing programming especially in the areas of STEM, Computer Information Systems, and Multimedia Technologies • Possible program expansion includes: • Aviation program in Parker area • Health Sciences program at HRHS Concurrent Enrollment • A student earns high school and college credit for course simultaneously • College-level courses offered in DCSD high schools • DCSD Teachers are credentialed at the Secondary and Post-Secondary Level • Current Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships: – Arapahoe Community College – Community College Aurora – Red Rocks Community College – CU Succeeds Program Concurrent Enrollment Past Concurrent Enrollment Offerings 2010-11—16 Courses Offered 2011-12—32 Courses Offered – Accounting Principles I (ACC 121) – Accounting Principles I (ACC 121) – Adobe Photoshop (MGD 111) – Adobe Illustrator I (MGD 112) – Adobe InDesign (MGD 114) – Adobe llustrator (MGD 112) – Adobe Photoshop I (MGD 111) – Astronomy (AST 101) – Astronomy I (AST 101) – College Algebra (MAT 121) – College Algebra (MAT 121) – College Trigonometry (MAT 122) – Digital Photo I (ART 143) – English Composition (ENG 121) – English Composition I (ENG 121) – Intro to Business (BUS 115) – Humanities: Early Civilizations (HUM 121) – Humanities: Medieval to Mod. World (HUM 122) – Intro to Early Child Education (ECE 101) – International Business (BUS 203) – Intro to Graphic Design (MGD 101) – Intro to Archaeology (ANT 107) – Intro to Literature (LIT 115) – Intro to Biotechnology (BIO 160) – Intro to PC Applications (CIS 118) – Intro to Business (BUS 115) – International Business (BUS 203) – Intro. to Early Child Education (ECE 101) – Law Enforcement Operations (CRJ 125) – Intro To Graphic Design (MGD 101) – Intro to Literature (LIT 115) – Principles of Marketing (MAR 216) – Intro to PC Applications (CIS 118) – Web Design (MGD 141) – Japanese I (JPN 111) – Law Enforcement Operations (CRJ 125) – Logic/Program Design (CSC 116) – Motion Graphic Design (MGD 143) – Music Appreciation (MUS 120) – Personal Finance (BUS 116) – Principles of Marketing (MAR 216) – Public Speaking (COM 115) – Spanish Language I (SPA 111) – Spanish Language II (SPA 112) – Video Prod. I (FVT 105) Concurrent – Video/Post Prod. (FVT 160) Enrollment – Web Design I (MGD 141) 2012-13 Concurrent Enrollment Offerings Accounting Principles I & 2 (ACT 121 & 122) International Business (BUS 203) U-Joint and Axle Shaft Service (ASE 150) Adobe Illustrator I (MGD 112) Interpersonal Communications (COM 125) Video Production I (FVT 105) Adobe InDesign I (MGD 114) Intro. to Archaeology (ANT 107) Video Post Production I (FVT 160) Adobe Photoshop I (MGD 111) Intro. to Biotechnology (BIO 160) Working for Yourself (BUS 110) Astronomy I and II (AST 101 & 102) Introduction to Business (BUS 115) Web Design I (MGD 141) Battery, Starting & Charging Systems (ASE 123) Intro. to Computer Graphics (MGD 101) 3-D Animation (MGD 153) Business Writing (BUS 117) Intro. to Early Childhood Ed. (ECE 101) College Algebra (MAT 121) Intro to Engineering (EGG 100) College Trigonometry (MAT 122) Intro to Energy Technologies (ENY 101) Computer Networking A+ I (CNG 121) Intro. to Literature (LIT 115) Computer Networking A+ II (CNG 122) Intro to Multimedia (MGD 102) Computer Science I (CSC 160) Intro. to PC Applications (CIS 118) 54 Courses Offered Computer Science II (CSC 161) Law & Ethics for Health Prof. (HPR 106) Consumer Behavior (MAR 235) Logic & Program Design (CSC 116) Cultural Anthropology (ANT 101) Medical Terminology (HPR 178) Customer Service (MAR 160) Motion Graphic Design I (MGD 141) Economics of Social Issues (ECO 101) Music Appreciation (MUS 120) English Composition I (ENG 121) Personal Finance (BUS 116) Fundamentals of Music (MUS 100) Physical Geology (GEY 111) Human Geography (GEO 106) Principles of Marketing (MAR 216) Humanities: Early Civilization (HUM 121) Public Speaking (COM 115) Humanities: Medieval to Modern (HUM 122) Spanish Language 1 (SPA 111) Humanities: Modern World (HUM 123) US History to Recon (HIS 201) Concurrent Infant Toddler Theory & Practice (ECE 111) US History since Civil War (HIS 202) Enrollment Concurrent Enrollment Historical Perspective for Arapahoe Community College and Community College of Aurora Combined 2012-13 2010-2011 Total Enrollment: 2842 Total Enrollment: 1311 *Total College Credit Hours Earned: 9049 Total College Credit Hours Earned: 4106 *Based on preliminary report prior to official grades posting *Total includes Red Rocks Community College for the first time 2011-2012 Total Enrollment: 2743 Total College Credit Hours Earned: 9107 Concurrent Enrollment DCSD Post-Secondary Education Option • Dual credit program for students not yet graduated from DCSD • Based on old state PSEO model • Option to attend a post secondary institution for a class that DCSD does not offer. Students consult with counselors to explore this option. • Approval is given on a case-by-case basis DCSD PSEO Career Exploration and Planning • Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) • Connection to Naviance • Internships / Work Experience Credit • Career Connect Program through DCEF • 8th Grade Career Expo through DCEF CAREER EXPLORATION /PLANNING Douglas County District ICAP Plan 2012-2013 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Required: Required: Required: Required: Student Sign in to Complete My Resume. Update My Resume. Update My Resume. Naviance Using the results of the Complete Do What You Finalize Goals, Careers Parent Sign in to Plan Test Interest Inventory, Are in Naviance. Record in Programs, majors and Naviance update careers, programs, MyCap*. postsecondary schools. majors, and postsecondary Record in MyCap*. Student completes goals. Record in MyCap*. Update careers, programs, majors, and Senior credit check with Exploring Planning Career Interest Profiler, in Naviance. Identify careers, In Naviance, review and postsecondary schools. counselor. programs, majors, and update intentional sequence Record in MyCap*. postsecondary schools. of coursework to meet post- Develop a written secondary goals. Record in In Naviance, review and postsecondary and MyCAP*. update intentional sequence workforce goal. Record in of coursework to meet post- MyCap*. Recommended: secondary goals. Record in Career Cluster Finder in MyCAP*. In Naviance, identify Naviance. intentional sequence of Students will complete coursework to meet post- Self-Assessment the National and Local secondary goals. Record in Inventory in Naviance. Scholarship Search, FAFSA MyCAP*. 4caster, and College Opportunity Fund. Record in MyCap*. Complete Junior Credit Check with counselor. Recommended: Recommended: Recommended: Recommended: Career Connections Interview Parents Participate in District and Participate in District and Participate in District and regarding career community wide Career community wide Career community wide Career development (located in Exploration Opportunities, Exploration Opportunities, Exploration Opportunities, Naviance) such as Career Days, such as Career Days, such as Career Days, Career related Field Trips, Career related Field Trips, Career related Field Trips, Research and deliver Career Speakers, Job Career Speakers, Job Career Speakers, Job career speech in Public Shadowing, Job Fairs, Shadowing, Job Fairs, Shadowing, Job Fairs, Speaking Class. Internships, Volunteer Work. Internships, apprenticeships, Internships, Volunteer Work. Volunteer Work. Participate in District and community wide Career Exploration Opportunities. Recommended: Required: Required: Required: Via Naviance, explore Complete Game Plan in Review and update Review and update relevant links to post- Naviance, identifying post- Game Plan in Naviance, Game Plan in Naviance, secondary goals. secondary and workforce identifying post-secondary identifying post-secondary goals*. and workforce goals*. and workforce goals*. Post Secondary Connections Recommended: Conduct Naviance Complete Senior Survey Complete College Search Career Cluster Finder*. and District Survey. in Naviance. Conduct College Search, Record in MyCap Attend College field trips, Scattergrams, College completed College College Fairs, Visit Post- Compare*. Applications, acceptances Secondary schools, explore and denials, scholarships CTE options. Recommended: and financial aid*. Sign-up for College Rep Visits Record completion of FAFSA in Mycap*. Attend College field trips, College Fairs, Visit Post- Recommended: Secondary schools, explore Sign-up for College Rep CTE options. Visits Attend College field trips, College Fairs, Visit Post- Secondary schools, explore CTE options. CAREER Asterisk items indicate yearly benchmarks met. 11-15-13 EXPLORATION /PLANNING What Lies Ahead for Concurrent Enrollment? • New Potential Partnerships – Metro State University – Colorado Christian University – Other area Community Colleges • Continual additions to ACC course offerings at each high school Summary • CTE programming expanding: 6,650 , 7,852 , 11,531 • Concurrent Enrollment course offerings expanding: 16, 32, 54 • Concurrent Enrollment students increasing: 1311, 2743, 2842 • Exploring connections with other universities. • 12-13 HS schedules help support this expansion.
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