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					   Career Pathways 101
Winter CTAE Leadership Conference & Perkins IV Strategic Planning
             “Accountability, Leadership & Funding”
                     February 10-12, 2008
                       STAGES OF CONCERN
                   Typical Expressions of Concern about Innovation

         Stages of Concern            Expression of Concern
         6. Refocusing            I have some ideas about something that
IMPACT




                                  will work even better.
                                  I am concerned about relating what I am
         5. Collaboration
                                  doing with what other instructors are
                                  doing.
         4. Consequence           How is my use affecting kids?
TASK




                                  I seem to be spending all of my time getting
         3. Management            material ready.

         2. Personal              How will using it affect me?
SELF




         1. Informational         I would like to know more about it.

         0. Awareness             I am not concerned about it [the innovation]
                                                                        - Robbins
         A Leader’s Response to the STAGES OF CONCERN
          Stages of Concern       Response Options and Opportunities

                              Revisit the change. Take stock. Make mid-
         6. Refocusing        course corrections to enhance it. Relate it to
IMPACT




                              other common, similar endeavors.

         5. Collaboration     Create opportunities for others to work together,
                              problem solve, share ideas.
                              Demonstrate how using the change is impacting
         4. Consequence
                              staff, students (share data)
TASK




                              Show how the change might be implemented.
         3. Management        Provide how-tos.

         2. Personal          Share that others might have similar concerns.
                              Illustrate how the change might support the
                              individual and enhance practice.
SELF




         1. Informational     Explain what “it” may look like in practice:
                              guest speakers, articles, field trips, site visits.
         0. Awareness         Provide data; share examples, information.
                                                                         - Robbins
Section 14.1 Career Technical and Agricultural
             Education (CTAE)
              For ALL Students

     Rigorous Curriculum              Leadership


                         CTAE
                      Opportunities

     Work-based Learning          Industry-Validated
        Experiences                 Credentialing
  Georgia Program Concentrations
• Represent a grouping of occupations
  according to common knowledge and
  skills for the purpose of organizing
  educational programs and curricula
         What is a career pathway?

Answer:
• Three(or 4) elective units in a coherent
  sequence that includes rigorous content aligned
  with industry-related standards leading to
  college and work readiness in a focused area of
  student interest.
Agriculture
Architecture, Construction, Communications & Transportation
Arts & Humanities
Business & Computer Science
Culinary Arts
Education
Engineering & Technology
Family & Consumer Sciences
Healthcare
Government & Public Safety
Marketing, Sales & Services
                            Nursing

                      Emergency Services

                        Medical Services
Healthcare Science
                       Health Informatics

                     Biotechnical Research &
                          Development

                       Diagnostic Services
                        25.52100
                    Introduction to
                    Health Science

                  25.52200 Application
Nursing Pathway      to Therapeutic
                        Services


                   25.56100 Nursing
                      Essentials
160-4-2-.48 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION
REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS
ENROLLING IN THE NINTH GRADE FOR
THE FIRST TIME IN THE 2008-09 SCHOOL
YEAR AND SUBSEQUENT YEARS.
Section 14.1 Career Technical and Agricultural
             Education (CTAE)
              For ALL Students
160-4-2-.48 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS
ENROLLING IN THE NINTH GRADE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE 2008-09
SCHOOL YEAR AND SUBSEQUENT YEARS.

(1) PURPOSE. This rule specifies programs of study that shall be offered by
local boards of education for students enrolling in the ninth grade for the first
time in the 2008-2009 School Year and for subsequent years.

(2) DEFINITIONS.

(a) Career, Technical and Agricultural Education
(CTAE) Pathways – Three elective units in a
coherent sequence that includes rigorous content
aligned with industry-related standards leading to
college and work readiness in a focused area of
student interest.
(iii) AREAS OF STUDY.                          Units Required
• (I) English/Language Arts*                                 4
• (II) Mathematics*                                          4
• (III) Science* 4 The 4th science unit may be used to meet
    both the science and elective requirement
• (IV) Social Studies*                                       3
• (V) CTAE and/or Modern Language/Latin and/or Fine Arts 3
• (VI) Health and Physical Education*                        1
• (VII) Electives                                            4
TOTAL UNITS                                      (MINIMUM) 23
     *Required Courses and/or Core Courses
(V) CTAE/Modern Language/Latin/Fine Arts:
A total of three units of credit shall be required from
the following areas:
      CTAE and/or
      Modern Language/Latin and/or
      Fine Arts.
Students are encouraged to select courses in a
focused area of interest.
I. Career, Technical and Agricultural Education
(CTAE) Pathways: Students may earn three units of
credit in a coherent sequence of CTAE courses
through a self-selected pathway leading to college
readiness and a career readiness certificate
endorsed by related industries.
Section 14.10 Peach State Pathway:
Education and Career Planning Tool
• Provided as an organizational tool for education and
  career planning for ALL students and their family
• Provided as an informational tool for education and
  career planning for ALL students and their family
• Provided as a conversational tool for ALL students and
  their family
• Provided as a visual tool for education and career
  planning for ALL students and their family
5. AREAS OF STUDY.
(III) Science:
Four units of credit in science shall be required
of all students, including
one full unit of Biology;
one unit of either Physical Science or Physics;
one unit of either Chemistry, Earth Systems,
Environmental Science or an AP/IB course;
and
one additional science unit.
The fourth science unit may be used to meet both
the science and elective requirements. Any AP/IB
science course may be substituted for the
appropriate courses listed above.
Part 10: Areas of Study: Science
Section 10.3 Guidance for Fourth Science Requirement
     Student E takes the following courses in the areas of science and CTAE. Student E is taking the Agriscience Career Pathway and plans to
     attend a university upon graduation.
       Science         Science Course       AREAS OF            (III) Science Credits    Courses for         AREAS OF        AREAS OF STUDY
    Requirement                                STUDY             Awarded/Required        AREAS OF              STUDY        (V) and/or (VII) Credit
                                            (III) Science                                  STUDY           (V) and/or (VII)   Awarded/Required
                                          Requirement Met                              (V) and/or (VII Requirement Met


   1st Requirement        Biology                                                       Animal Science
                                                                                         Technology/
                                                X                       1                                        X                     0
                                                                                          Biotech.*

   2nd Requirement        Physics                                                      Plant Science and
                                                                                        Biotechnology*
                                                X                       1                                        X                     1

   3rd Requirement     Environmental                                                        Basic
                          Science                                                        Agricultural
                                                X                       1                Science and             X                     1
                                                                                         Technology*
   4th Requirement    Animal Science
                          Tech./
                                                X                                          French I              X                     1
                        Biotech.*                                       1

                                                                                          French II              X                     1
                                                                                        Math Support I
                                                                                                                 X                     1
                                                                                            Music
                                                                                         Appreciation I          X                     1

                                                                                            Botany                                     1
        Totals                                4 of 4                   4 of 4                                  7 of 7                7 of 7
   Student E has met the requirements for all four sciences and for the Agriscience Career Pathway utilizing Plant Science and Biotechnology. This
   course, identified in Appendix A, met the requirements in both areas; however, only one credit was awarded to the student. The student fulfilled
   requirements for both Areas of Study (V) and (VII) in their individual Education and Career Plan in order to meet the 23 total credits needed for
   graduation and university admission.
Part 13: Areas of Study:
         Health/Physical Education
Section 13.2 JROTC Option
• Student earns 3 credits in JROTC
• Local Board of Education Approves
• Key Elements of comprehensive HPE
          Further CTAE Focused Discussions
Date      Time   Topic                 Link


                 Education and
          9:00   Career Planning       http://elluminate.gavirtualschool.org:80/doe/joi
2/14/08   am     through Teachers as   n_meeting.html?meetingId=1198179714656
                 Advisors

                 Education and
2/25/08   9:00   Career Planning       http://elluminate.gavirtualschool.org:80/doe/joi
          am     through Career        n_meeting.html?meetingId=1198179829453
                 Related Education


                 Education and
                 Career Planning
3/3/08    9:00   through Post          http://elluminate.gavirtualschool.org:80/doe/joi
          am     Secondary Credit      n_meeting.html?meetingId=1198179926109
                 Opportunities and
                 CTSO's
Systems/schools will decide which pathways to
    offer based on:
1.   Current program offerings
2.   Industry/community needs
3.   Student interest
4.   Capacity to implement based on the available
     resources, faculty, equipment and facilities
5.   Postsecondary connections (technical/university)
 Current Middle School CTAE Programs
• Six program areas with GPS, Academic GPS, Reading,
  Writing, Entrepreneurship, & CTAE Foundational Skills, to
  implement in Fall 2009
   –   Agriculture
   –   Business and Computer Science
   –   Career Development
   –   Engineering and Technology
   –   Family and Consumer Sciences
   –   Healthcare Science
• Will add 3 programs to implement in Fall 2010
   – Architecture, Construction, Communication, & Transportation
   – Government and Public Safety
   – Marketing, Sales and Service
            How does Middle School fit?
                  Students reach High School prepared to choose pathway(s)
                  And take mastered skills into chosen post-secondary option.
Core standards,
Career Survey      8th grade Pre-Pathway Skills, leadership opportunities
given each year    in CTSO’s that lead to chosen High School Pathways
to students

                          7th grade Foundational Skills taught to give
                          students core vocabulary, skills, leadership
                          experience.

                                  6th grade Career and Introductory Skills
                                  taught giving students overview of
                                  course and developmentally
                                  appropriate standards to master.

                   Fifth grade Career Interest Survey given during
                   Transition year-long process
Now that we’ve decided:
Q: What are scheduling
   considerations?
A: Long-Range, Multi-Year
   Projections
          Essential Questions
• What scheduling is needed to maximize
  the opportunities afforded the students in
  our school?

• What questions will lead us to this
  finding?
                         Business and Computer Science
                Phase I                                  Phase I                                    Phase II
Pathway: Small Business Development      Pathway: Computing                        Pathway: Financial Management-
Pathway Courses:                         Pathway Courses:                          Accounting
1. Business Essentials (BCS-BE)          1. Computing in a Modern World (BCS-      Pathway Courses:
2. Legal Environment of Business (BCS-       CMW)                                  1. Business Essentials (BCS BE)
    LEB)                                 2. Beginning Programming (BCS-BP)         2. Principals of Accounting I (BCS-PAI)
3. Entrepreneurial Ventures (BCS-EV)     3. Intermediate Programming (BCS-IP)      3. Principals of Accounting II (BCS-PAII)
                                         Recommended Related Courses:
                                         A. AP Computer Science A
                                         B. AP Computer Science AB




                 Phase II                                  Phase II                               Phase III
Pathway: Financial Management-Services   Pathway: Interactive Media               Pathway: Administrative/Information
Pathway Courses:                         Pathway Courses:                         Support
1. Business Essentials (BCS-BE)          1. Computing in the Modern World (BCS- Pathway Courses:
2. Banking & Investing (BCS-BI)              CMW)
3. Insurance & Risk Management (BCS-     2. Fundamentals of Web Design (BCS-
    IRM)                                     FWD)
Recommended Related Courses:             3. Advanced Web Design (BCS-AWD)
A. Financial Literacy (BCS-FL)           Recommended Related Courses:
                                         A. Introduction to Animation & 3D Design
                                             (BCS-IAD)
                   Business & Computer Science
1   Small Business Development                                 2   Financial Management –
    1      *Business Essentials BCS-BE                             Services
    2      *Legal Environment of Business                          1      *Business Essentials BCS-BE
           BCS-LEB                                                 2      *Banking & Investing BCS-BI
    3 *Entrepreneurial Ventures BCS-EV                             3      *Insurance & Risk Management
    --------------------------------------------------------                BCS-IRM
    1-1 = Small Business Development –                             4 Financial Literacy BCS-FL
           *Business Essentials BCS-BE                             -----------------------------------------------------
    1-2= Small Business Development-                               2-1= Financial Management- Services-
           *Legal Environment of Business                                 *Business Essentials BCS-BE
           BCS-LEB
                                                                   2-2= Financial Management- Services-
    1-3= Small Business Development –                                     *Banking & Investing BCS-BI
           *Entrepreneurial Ventures BCS-EV
                                                                   2-3= Financial Management- Services-
                                                                          *Insurance & Risk Management
                                                                            BCS-IRM
                            Sample Scenario of One Teacher’s Schedule
                                Two Pathways - 4-Block Day
  2009          2009         2010          2010         2011          2011         2012          2012
Semester I   Semester II   Semester I   Semester II   Semester I   Semester II   Semester I   Semester II


  1-1           1-2          1-3           1-1          1-2           1-3        Related      Related



  2-1           2-2          2-3           2-1          2-2           2-3        Related         2-1




Related         1-1          1-2           1-3        Related         1-1          1-2           1-3




Planning     Planning      Planning     Planning      Planning     Planning      Planning     Planning
              Sample Scenario of One Teacher’s Schedule
                 Two Pathways - 6-period a day
     2009          2010         2011        2012       2013       2014
      1-1           1-2           1-3        1-1        1-2        1-3


      2-1           2-2           2-3      Related    Related    Related


    Related         1-1           1-2        1-3        2-1        2-2


    Related         2-1           2-2        2-3      Related    Related



    Related       Related         1-1        1-2        1-3        1-1


Planning       Planning     Planning    Planning     Planning   Planning
          Essential Questions
• What scheduling is needed to maximize
  the opportunities afforded the students in
  our school?

• What questions will lead us to this
  finding?
What are the boosters and barriers contributing to
  schedules that maximize the opportunities
      afforded the students in our school?
             Boosters        Barriers
                  Contact Information:




          Ann Hatchell                     John Pritchett
  CTAE High School Curriculum      CTAE Middle School Curriculum
          Coordinator                       Coordinator
Georgia Department of Education   Georgia Department of Education
     1752 Twin Towers East             1752 Twin Towers East
     Atlanta, Georgia 30334           Atlanta, Georgia 30334
      404-657-6845 office               404-656-3551 office
        478-719-7584 cell            jpritchett@doe.k12.ga.us
    ahatchel@doe.k12.ga.us

				
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