Ohio College Tech Prep (CTP) Consortium Operations DACUM Research Chart DACUM Panel Michael Beaver, Director Ohio Valley Tech Prep Consortium Rio Grande, OH Produced for Nadine Cornett, Director Upper Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium Piqua, OH Ohio Board of Regents Ohio Department of Education Edmund Harper, Director Work Force Development Tech Prep Columbus, OH Consortium Fremont, OH Ronald Kindell, Director Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium Dayton, OH Nancy Pietras, Executive Director Greater Northwest Tech Prep Consortium Toledo, OH Jennie Royer, Director Stark County College Tech Prep Consortium North Canton, OH Developed by Christina Wanat, Director Eastern Ohio Valley College Tech Prep Consortium Steubenville, OH DACUM Facilitator Christine Wagner, Team Consultant December 18-19, 2006 DACUM Research Chart for College Tech Prep (CTP) Consortium Operations Duties Tasks Provide Strategic A-1 Promote A-2 Facilitate development A-3 Convene partners A-4 Serve as Leadership to collaboration of consortium vision, mission, (business, secondary, liaison between A Consortium among strategic plans with college) to formulate consortium and Stakeholders stakeholders Consortium Board consortium policies state agencies B-1 Create internal and B-2 B-3 B-4 Collect B-5 Ensure Administer external planning Implement Evaluate/ data for compliance with B Consortium documents with strategic and multi-year reporting & by-laws & other stakeholders (i.e., CCIP) action plans plan decision making formal documents Manage C-1 Request budget C-2 Develop C-3 Obtain budget C-4 Leverage funding priorities from budgets approval(s) (e.g., local, through partnerships C Consortium stakeholders state, foundations) Funding D-1 Analyze D-2 Identify D-3 Secure D-4 Facilitate local D-5 Establish Lead labor market new program local Business, Industr&, secondary and D Pathway data areas approvals Labor curriculum postsecondary Development validation instructional teams D-12 Assist with developing courses of study Lead Pathway Manage E-1 Provide targeted E-2 Assist E-3 Facilitate on-going E-4 Facilitate Development Pathway professional development for in obtaining collaboration of CTP program E stakeholders (e.g., conferences, instructional secondary/postsecondary reviews Implementation workshops, externships, classes) resources instructional teams E-10 Support E-11 Coordinate early academic E-12 Provide college senior/capstone assessment (e.g., 11th grade ACT preparedness activities projects COMPASS testing) Assist with F-1 Coordinate activities to assure F-2 Assist CTP students F-3 Assist CTP students College Transition academic readiness (e.g., success with college planning with college application F courses, individual tutoring, bridge services processes Services courses) F-9 Assist with college F-10 Provide system(s) for F-11 Work with College orientation activities (e.g., transfer of student records Success Centers to improve campus visits) (articulated credit/dual credit CTP student retention earned in high school) Manage Data G-1 Collect G-2 Monitor G-3 Organize G-4 Maintain G-5 Manage input of Collection and student data validity of student data student information student data into state G student data data systems information systems Evaluation Systems (e.g., HEI) G-12 Explore G-13 Conduct research based on new sources of student data (e.g., successful information practices, replicable models) Pilot H-1 Develop innovative H- 2 Create blended H-3 Share resources among high schools delivery sites/models for college-high school & colleges (e.g., facilities, instructional H Innovative CTP programs (e.g., instructional teams materials, faculty, equipment) Practices college, industry on-line) This research chart contains duties and tasks for operating and managing Ohio’s College Tech Prep (CTP) Consortia. CTP Consortia facilitate student transitions between secondary and postsecondary education as well as transitions to employment. CTP Consortia work to improve academic performance at both the secondary and postsecondary levels. A-5 Analyze data for A-6 Make policy strategic leadership recommendations to decisions Consortium Board B-6 Develop B-7 Disseminate B-8 Employ B-9 Supervise B-10 Evaluate B-11 Represent agendas and information to consortium consortium consortium staff consortium at official facilitate meetings stakeholders personnel personnel performance meetings (external & of stakeholders internal) C-5 Monitor C-6 Process C-7 Develop internal consortium C-8 Complete required consortium consortium budget reports (e.g., governing fiscal reports (e.g., expenditures expenditures board steering team) quarterly, year-end) D-6 Facilitate local D-7 Complete D-8 Develop D-9 Secure state D-10 Identify D-11 Identify secondary and secondary and articulation approval for instructional professional postsecondary postsecondary agreements programs resource needs development needs curriculum alignment pathway templates E-5 Conduct E-6 Review E-7 Facilitate E-8 Support work- E-9 Support participation in pathway articulation opportunities for earning based experiences for external student competitions and curriculum agreements college credit in high CTP students organizations (e.g., Showcase, review(s) school First Robotics, CTSO) F-4 Work with F-5 Assist with the F-6 Assist with the F-7 Support F-8 Coordinate postsecondary partners to awarding of CTP dissemination of CTP implementation of assessment for secure scholarship scholarships scholarship information articulation academic placement funding agreements F-12 Provide data to secondary & college partners on transition & retention rates of CTP students G-6 Analyze G-7 Generate G-8 Monitor G-9 Monitor G-10 Disseminate G-11 Make continuous student data to reports based on student academic student data reports to improvement determine data (e.g., progress completion rates stakeholders recommendations based trends accountability) on data analysis H-4 Form business, H-5 Pilot new H-6 Design college H-7 Design college H-8 Develop secondary & postsecondary instructional strategies bridging programs/ transition strategies for new models instructional teams for as demonstration sites activities to improve target populations (e.g., first for dual authentic learning projects (e.g., R&D grants) college readiness generation college students) enrollment Tasks I Manage I-1 Collaborate with I-2 Collaborate I-3 Collaborate with I-4 Collaborate with External other workforce with other school college access initiatives state, national and Partnerships development reform initiatives (e.g., OCAN) international partners initiatives (e.g., NTPN) J-1 Define J-2 Analyze J-3 Develop J-4 Assist J-5 Sponsor CTP Market the target marketing needs consortium with student awareness activities J College market (e.g., focus groups) marketing plans recruitment Tech Prep J-6 Interact with J-7 Promote consortium J-8 Promote J-9 Sponsor career development programs to consortium programs student personnel to promote underrepresented to non-traditional recognition K-8 CTP awareness populations populations activities J-10 Purchase J-11 Maintain J-12 Develop marketing J-13 Submit J-14 Purchase mass media consortium publications (e.g., news releases promotional advertising website brochures, newsletters, items annual reports, posters) Continue Personal K-1 Analyze K-2 Participate in K-3 Present K-4 Read K-5 Maintain professional state & national at state & related memberships in related K Professional development meetings & national professional professional Development needs conferences conferences literature organizations K-6 Participate in K-7 Visit other continuing education CTP sites activities Acronyms CCIP = Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan CFTCS = Career Field Technical Content Standards CTE = Career Technical Education CTSO = Career Technical Student Organizations DACUM = Developing a Curriculum (Job Task Analysis Process) HEI = Higher Education Information System HSTW = High Schools that Work IACP = Individual Academic and Career Plan (Ohio) MMGW = Making Middle Grades Work NSF = National Science Foundation NTPN = National Tech Prep Network OCAN = Ohio College Access Network TCP = Technical Competency Profile Definitions ACT COMPASS = Computer adaptive testing system measuring math, reading, and writing skills. Used by two-year colleges for diagnostics and placement in academic courses. First Robotics = High school engineering competition that involves student teams working with industry mentors to build robots from a standard “kit of parts” and common set of rules. Teams progress from local competitions to national competitions. Showcase = Annual College Tech Prep student competition. College Tech Prep Pathways = A coherent, articulated sequence of rigorous academic and technical courses that includes at least two years of high school and two years of college education leading to an associate degree, baccalaureate degree, postsecondary certification, completed apprenticeship program. General Knowledge and Skills Worker Behaviors Curriculum development Computer literacy Self-motivated Dependable Workforce development Negotiation skills Independent Accessible Educational reform Organizational skills Flexible Creative Educational administration Project management skills Team player Adaptable Career and technical education Supervisory skills Negotiator Tactful Financial management Communication (oral, Planner Responsible Career pathways written, presentation) Coordinator Change agent Current trends in education Team building skills Organized Non-biased Legislative issues Interpersonal skills Analytical Detail oriented Academic content standards (P-16) Time management skills Innovative Ethical Secondary and postsecondary Facilitation skills Visionary Professional educational systems Grant proposal skills Enthusiastic Efficient Problem solving skills Good communicator Patient Dedicated Persistent Good listener Tools, Equipment, Supplies and Materials Future Trends and Concerns Computers Presentation software Trends: Copiers Computer projector Distance Learning Scanners Telephone (cell) Emerging (new careers) Printers Fax On-line learning E-mail Marketing displays Industry standards Word processing software Internet Increased accountability Database software Digital camera Performance measures Spreadsheet software Concerns: Changing state and local leadership Uncertainty of state and federal funding Rapidly changing technology Increasing job responsibilities of CTP directors Meeting industry standards Image of College Tech Prep Difficulty in efficiently tracking students Remediation rates Limited instructional models for the delivery of College Tech Prep This is a listing of College Tech Prep (CTP) Consortium functions developed by a panel of experienced CTP Directors. Not every task is performed in every consortium, nor necessarily in the order presented, but the tasks collectively represent a comprehensive profile of CTP consortium functions across the state of Ohio.
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