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  • Oklahoma Programs of Study Institute: Moving from POS to RPOS in Oklahoma. | NRCCTE
    Home Publications Resources Presentations Oklahoma Programs of Oklahoma Programs of Study Institute Moving from POS to RPOS in Oklahoma Mar 2013 On February 27th approximately 140 educators gathered at the South Penn campus of Moore Norman Technology Center to hear from national and state experts as they spoke on rigorous programs of study Robert Shumer a research associate lecturer at the University of Minnesota and a participant in the NRCCTE s original National Programs of Study Institute NPOSI kicked off the summit sharing a national perspective with attendees Presenters included ODCTE staff as well as participants from the Oklahoma Programs of Study Institute The summit is the result of more than a years worth of planning research and development The Department of CareerTech was an active participant in the NRCCTE s first NPOSI which began in January 2012 Using the national model ODCTE developed an Oklahoma Programs of Study Institute to help local institutions move from programs of study to rigorous programs of study Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education 2013 February Oklahoma programs of study institute Moving from POS to RPOS in Oklahoma Stillwater OK Author Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/oklahoma-programs-study-institute-moving-pos-rpos-oklahoma (2016-01-08)
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  • Making the Case for CTE: What the Research Shows | NRCCTE
    for CTE What the Research Shows You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations Making the Case Making the Case for CTE What the Research Shows Mar 2013 Nearly all students in high school take CTE coursework and most students in community colleges major in career oriented CTE programs This presentation highlighted research based evidence demonstrating the power of CTE to get students engaged in learning improve their academic and technical achievement raise high school graduation rates and promote students successful transition into and completion of community college career programs Attendees learned more about the impact of majoring in CTE the importance of curriculum integration and CTE s connections to the common core state standards and more Stone J R III 2013 March Making the case for CTE What the research shows Presentation made at the Association for Career and Technical Education s 2013 National Policy Seminar Arlington VA This presentation is quite large For ease of downloading we have broken it into three parts Presentation Part 1 PPT Presentation Part 2 PPT Presentation Part 3 PPT Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations Core Issues View All Career Pathways

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/making-case-cte-what-research-shows (2016-01-08)
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  • Evidence-Based Curriculum Integration | NRCCTE
    Webinars Presentations About the NRCCTE at SREB About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Evidence Based Curriculum Integration You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations Evidence Based Curriculum Integration Evidence Based Curriculum Integration Feb 2013 This keynote address from the 2013 National Technology Centers That Work Leaders Forum Technology Centers of the Future describes the NRCCTE s evidence based curriculum integration models Math in CTE Literacy in CTE and Science in CTE Evidence based curriculum integration models like these are a key strategy for teaching more students the essential concepts of the college preparatory curriculum by encouraging them to apply academic content and skills to real world problems and projects within their CTE studies Stone J R III 2013 January Evidence based curriculum integration Presentation made at the 2013 meeting of the Southern Regional Education Board s Technology Centers That Work Leaders Forum Greenville SC Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Dual Enrollment Retention Completion Accountability Assessment

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/evidence-based-curriculum-integration (2016-01-08)
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  • Career Technical Educators Using Data-Driven Improvement: Research-Based Professional Development That Works | NRCCTE
    Based Professional Development That Works You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations Career Technical Educators Career Technical Educators Using Data Driven Improvement Research Based Professional Development That Works Nov 2012 A key strategy for helping students achieve is making effective use of the quantities of assessment data available to educators At her presentation at ACTE s VISION 2012 meeting Sandy Pritz of NOCTI described how NRCCTE researchers at NOCTI spent three years researching and pilot testing a professional development model that takes the confusion out of interpreting and using assessment data and helps educators focus on the data connections between work and real world student learning CTEDDI Career Technical Educators Using Data Driven Improvement is the only evidence based program designed to prepare CTE administrators and teachers to use assessment data to continuously improve programs and target individual and group needs in CTE classrooms Pritz S 2012 November Career technical educators using data driven improvement Research based professional development that works Presentation made at the annual meeting of the Association for Career and Technical Education Atlanta GA Read the Research Snapshot Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations Core

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/career-technical-educators-using-data-driven-improvement-research-based (2016-01-08)
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  • What New and Existing CTE Teachers Must Know How to Do and Do Well | NRCCTE
    Webinars Presentations About the NRCCTE at SREB About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner What New and Existing CTE Teachers Must Know How to Do and Do Well You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations What New and What New and Existing CTE Teachers Must Know How to Do and Do Well Nov 2012 This presentation from ACTE s VISION 2012 describes collaborative work by the NRCCTE and SREB to develop an induction program for new or current CTE teachers The session described how this model can provide powerful professional development support for new and existing teachers in your state district or school Session handouts PDF Information sheet PDF Sass H R 2012 November What new and existing CTE teachers must know how to do and do well Presentation made at the annual meeting of the Assocation for Career and Technical Education Atlanta GA Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Dual Enrollment Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Career

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/what-new-and-existing-cte-teachers-must-know-how-do-and-do-well (2016-01-08)
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  • Presentations | NRCCTE
    Using ROI National Programs of Study Institute Online Occupational Education in Community Colleges Professional Development for Educators on the Use of Assessment Data Programs of Study A Cross Study Examination Relative Impact of Interventions to Improve Postsecondary Achievement and Retention Rigorous Tests of Student Outcomes in CTE POS Science in CTE Secondary Data Analyses Six Stories About Six States Programs of Study Systematic Reviews of Research Postsecondary Transitions Technical Assistance Academy Green Programs of Study Technical Skill Attainment and Post Program Outcomes of Pennsylvania CTE Graduates Vanguard Practices in CTE How to Integrate Math Skills Into Your CTE Course Using the NRCCTE Math in CTE Model In this presentation from ACTE s VISION 2012 meeting Montana teachers use their lesson plans for a house building class to offer a step by step approach to teaching students math while they build a house Based on the NRCCTE s Math in CTE model Read more Career Technical Educators Using Data Driven Improvement Research Based Professional Development That Works At her presentation at ACTE s VISION 2012 meeting Sandy Pritz of NOCTI described how NRCCTE researchers at NOCTI spent three years researching and pilot testing a professional development model that takes the confusion out of interpreting and using assessment data and helps educators focus on the data connections between work and real world student learning Read more A Team Taught Geometry in Construction Model First Year Lessons Learned This session from ACTE s VISION 2012 meeting described how a math teacher and a construction teacher from Minneapolis Public Schools applied the NRCCTE s Math in CTE model to create a blocked Geometry in Construction course Read more Rising in Leadership CTE College and Career Readiness and Making High School Matter The labor market is changing the world is flattening Too many of our

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/publications-resources/presentations?tid_1=All&page=5 (2016-01-08)
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  • Dorothy, you ARE in Kansas! Or New York! Or Milwaukee! | NRCCTE
    I wanted to share with you some items of good news about increasing enrollments and interest in CTE across the country From Kansas If you follow our Twitter feed you ll have seen our many tweets this summer about Kansas Governor Sam Brownback s Road Map for Kansas plan Under the plan schools receive 1 000 for each industry recognized credential their students earn There have been a lot of big checks going out to schools around the state Did you know that the Kansas state legislature also passed a bill in 2012 to pay tuition for high schoolers who enroll in community college occupational programs This bill effectively resolves one of the issues that often limit dual credit efforts The initiative has proven so popular that demand for the program increased by nearly 50 after its first year Read more From New York City Mayor Bloomberg has supported the doubling of CTE programs from 18 schools in 2001 to 46 beginning this year The most famous of which Aviation High School recently attracted the attention of Secretary of Education Arne Duncan who pronounced it a model for what the federal administration wants to encourage read the story here To learn more about Secretary Duncan s visit follow this link From Milwaukee Meanwhile in Wisconsin folks are rediscovering the power of intensive CTE using work based learning to engage youth and help them succeed in high school and beyond Working six hours a day with an industry mentor students learn skills that matter and lead to a youth apprenticeship certification as well as a high school diploma They also earn advanced standing in the Wisconsin Technical College System Learn more here Thank you for your hard work on behalf of high quality CTE As always please let me know what

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/about-nrccte/about-james-r-stone-iii/jims-corner/dorothy-you-are-kansas-or-new-york-or-milwaukee (2016-01-08)
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  • STEM to the left of us, STEM to the right... | NRCCTE
    to the right Jun 13th 2013 STEM science technology engineering and math is a focus of many if not most conversations about the nexus between education reform labor market needs and college and career readiness A new report from the Brookings Institute notes The excessively professional definition of STEM jobs has led to missed opportunities to identify and support valuable training and career development Using a more expansive definition of STEM this new report finds that 20 of all jobs as of 2011 required a high level of knowledge in any one STEM field However this does not mean four year college Fully half of all STEM jobs are available to workers with less than a four year degree Such jobs are in manufacturing health care or construction industries For example installation maintenance and repair occupations constitute 12 of all STEM jobs one of the largest occupational categories Blue collar or technical jobs in fields like construction and production frequently demand STEM knowledge A narrow definition of STEM workers has caused policymakers to overlook a strong potential workforce in the sub baccalaureate credentialed workforce The Brookings report notes that of the 4 3 billion spent annually by the federal government on STEM education and training only one fifth goes towards supporting sub baccalaureate level training while twice as much supports bachelor s or higher level STEM careers The vast majority of National Science Foundation spending ignores community colleges In fact STEM knowledge offers attractive wage and job opportunities to many workers with a postsecondary certificate or associate s degree Can you spell CTE You can find the full report here and a really interesting set of graphics here at the Brookings website Regards About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Core Issues View

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