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  • Professional Development for Data-Driven Program Improvement | NRCCTE
    Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations About the NRCCTE at SREB About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Professional Development for Data Driven Program Improvement You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations Professional Development for Professional Development for Data Driven Program Improvement Jun 2012 Authors Sandra Pritz NOCTI Debra Andrews Maine Department of Education CTE Abstract Maine state policy for Career Technical Education includes effective professional development opportunities for educators Implementation of the well researched Career and Technical Educators using Data Driven Improvement CTEDDI model began with four schools in August 2011 Plans to offer additional CTEDDI training statewide will broaden a culture of data analysis for informed instructional decisions Pritz S Andrews D 2012 June Professional development for data driven program improvement Presentation made at the annual meeting of the Career Clusters Institute Washington DC 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 Guidance Counseling Industry Recognized Credentials Professional

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/professional-development-data-driven-program-improvement (2016-01-08)
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  • Simulated Career Preparation Areas and Synthetic Programs of Study: Developing Outcome Measures for the High School and Postsecondary Experiences of CTE Students | NRCCTE
    High School and Postsecondary Experiences of CTE Students You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations Simulated Career Preparation Simulated Career Preparation Areas and Synthetic Programs of Study Developing Outcome Measures for the High School and Postsecondary Experiences of CTE Students Jun 2012 Authors Oscar Aliaga NRCCTE Pradeep Kotamraju NRCCTE Abstract There has been much interest recently in career preparation areas CPS that CTE students may choose at the start of their high school experience The CPS is like the Perkins Programs of Study POS The CPS POS is simulated in nature since actual student experience in CPS POS cannot be discerned The presentation uses an NCES national data set ELS2002 to develop synthetic CPS POS The top CPS POS will be identified and outcome measures for several CPS POS will be developed around the student s high school and postsecondary experiences Aliaga O Kotamraju P 2012 June Simulated career preparation areas and synthetic programs of study Developing outcome measures for the high school and postsecondary experiences of CTE students Presentation made at the annual meeting of the National Association for Career and Technical Education Information Portland OR Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/simulated-career-preparation-areas-and-synthetic-programs-study-developing (2016-01-08)
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  • Capitalizing on Context: Effective Integration of CTE and Academics | NRCCTE
    About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Capitalizing on Context Effective Integration of CTE and Academics You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations Capitalizing on Context Capitalizing on Context Effective Integration of CTE and Academics Jun 2012 Authors Travis Park Cornell University Donna Pearson NRCCTE Abstract How can states and school districts effectively integrate academics into CTE in order to meet Common Core and student learning needs The NRCCTE has developed research based proven models to integrate match science and literacy into CTE Workshop participants will learn about the pedagogic models learn about research updates and explore means of integrating those models into CTE classrooms Ask questions about research and models about how to use this research to help your teachers and students Park T Pearson D 2012 June Capitalizing on context Effective integration of CTE and academics Presentation made at the annual meeting of the National Association for Career and Technical Education Information Portland OR 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/capitalizing-context-effective-integration-cte-and-academics (2016-01-08)
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  • Career Education at the Postsecondary Level: Beginning Postsecondary Student Outcomes 2004-2009 | NRCCTE
    Contact Us Jim s Corner Career Education at the Postsecondary Level Beginning Postsecondary Student Outcomes 2004 2009 You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations Career Education at Career Education at the Postsecondary Level Beginning Postsecondary Student Outcomes 2004 2009 Jun 2012 Authors Pradeep Kotamraju NRCCTE Oscar Aliaga NRCCTE Abstract A beginning postsecondary BPS student is one who is entering higher education for the first time typically a community college Such students face significant risk factors when it comes to enrolling and completing a postsecondary education This presentation uses the NCES 2004 2009 BPS data to examine these risk factors in enrolling and completing postsecondary education and assesses the relative outcomes between CTE and non CTE students The presentation also provides comparisons to a similar study that uses the 1996 2001 BPS data Kotamraju P Aliaga O 2012 June Career education at the postsecondary level Beginning postsecondary student outcomes 2004 2009 Presentation made at the annual meeting of the National Association for Career and Technical Education Information Portland OR 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/career-education-postsecondary-level-beginning-postsecondary-student-outcomes (2016-01-08)
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  • Presentations | NRCCTE
    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 Simulated Career Preparation Areas and Synthetic Programs of Study Developing Outcome Measures for the High School and Postsecondary Experiences of CTE Students There has been much interest recently in career preparation areas CPS that CTE students may choose at the start of their high school experience The CPS is like the Perkins Programs of Study POS The CPS POS is simulated in nature since actual student experience in CPS POS cannot be discerned The presentation uses an NCES national data set ELS2002 to develop synthetic CPS POS The top CPS POS will be identified and outcome measures for several CPS POS will be developed around the student s high school and postsecondary experiences Read more Participation in Career and Technical Education in High School A Course Taking Perspective Participation in CTE is examined using a typology that reflects more closely and more thoroughly the experience of high schools students Using variables that have arguably been traditional predictors we create a path analysis model to explain why participation in CTE of those students is likely to be based on background personal and family characteristics and prior academic achievement Specifically we examined course taking of 3 or more CTE credits with the fulfillment of the requirements of at least one occupational area Using data from the NCES Education Longitudinal ELS Study of 2002 the model reveals an inverse relationship between the background characteristics and prior achievement with high intensity CTE course taking Read more What Do Programs of Study Look Like Mandated and Supporting Components of CTE POS Observed

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/publications-resources/presentations?tid_1=All&page=7 (2016-01-08)
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  • In honor of CTE Month, CTSO student stories and survey results | NRCCTE
    as a high school student in BPA including Treasurer and President of the Ohio Association and Historian on the National Officer Team Now a junior majoring in Communication and Organizational Leadership at the University of Cincinnati Sarah continues to pursue new ideas and innovative approaches to leadership and problem solving On the Dean s list since her first quarter Sarah is president elect of Delta Delta Delta a resident advisor in her dorm and a tutor for first year students As a Sony Columbia Studios Intern in 2012 she was responsible for researching and brainstorming promotional ideas for a variety of media outlets facilitating and executing advance screenings for movies and distributing promotional items across a three state area Although Sarah s official commitment to BPA ended with high school graduation she continues to give back As an intern with the Ohio BPA State Advisor she is working with state officer trainings and helping to plan the 2013 State Leadership Conference FBLA Phi Beta Lambda Tina Strickland Executive Director of Georgia Phi Beta Lambda let us know about the remarkable success story of Christopher Wright At 22 Mr Wright ran for public office in Dawson GA and became the youngest mayor elect in the state While a student at Albany Technical College in Albany Mr Wright was a member of the local Phi Beta Lambda chapter In April 2012 he was a public speaking competitor at the Georgia PBL State Leadership Conference in Atlanta and won first place in the state In June 2012 he represented Georgia PBL in the public speaking event at the PBL National Leadership Conference in San Antonio TX and placed second in the nation Read his deeply inspiring story through the link to the Albany Herald above SkillsUSA Our friend Holly Carr shared this phenomenal video about SkillsUSA produced by Nebraska Loves Our Public Schools NLPS Holly is the career academy coordinator of Nebraska s Educational Service Unit 4 a career academy featuring programs in education health sciences and energy Here s a bonus video about the energy academy and its teachers students and valued industry partners Holly has a great suggestion about marketing our CTSOs and CTE programs Although many states don t have the NLPS resource most have a public television station either through their public university or state public broadcasting service Invite them to put together a video news story highlighting your CTSO Most will be glad for the opportunity DECA Dr Stephen W Hoag state coordinator of Connecticut s Statewide CTE Assessment and director of Developing Tomorrow s Professionals a training assessment and support program for young men of color was moved to share his own history of DECA participation Here s an excerpt from his story Last spring without much notification nine members of my 1967 1968 DECA Chapter Lyman Hall High School Wallingford CT the 1968 National DECA Chapter of the Year came back from all over the country to see each other The persons in attendance included an

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/about-nrccte/about-james-r-stone-iii/jims-corner/honor-cte-month-ctso-student-stories-and-survey (2016-01-08)
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  • Work-based learning: A powerful example from Charlotte, NC | NRCCTE
    Colleagues The challenges of preparing youth and young adults for the emerging workplace are being met in part by an increased emphasis on CTE and especially on work based learning WBL While the education community is slowly re learning the value of WBL industry is moving ahead and leading the way A recent report from National Public Radio highlights a powerful example from Charlotte North Carolina of education and industry partnering to provide WBL experiences Rebeca Espinal admits with a shy smile that she s a straight A math student She s a high school graduate who dreamed of going to college Instead Espinal 17 is working in a Charlotte N C factory that makes gas turbines and generators She is an apprentice with the German company Siemens Listen to and read the full story at NPR s All Things Considered website Interested in learning more about the status of WBL in the United States Later this week the NRCCTE will launch its latest report Work Based Learning Opportunities for High School Students Look for our CenterPoint newsletter in your inbox on Thursday Not a subscriber Sign up here About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/about-nrccte/about-james-r-stone-iii/jims-corner/work-based-learning-powerful-example-charlotte-nc (2016-01-08)
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  • The power of CTSOs: What are your success stories? | NRCCTE
    it seems to me that they receive far less acclaim than they deserve Although there are many factors that contribute to students academic and technical achievement while in high school many of our most accomplished CTE graduates cite their active involvement in a CTSO as a primary reason for their success I want to share with you this feature I read in a newsletter from the Santa Clara County Office of Education in California if you d like to subscribe too click here It provides an example of a stellar student whose leadership experiences in a CTSO in this case DECA have primed her for success after high school California Career Tech Student is Harvard Bound One of the state s high achieving CTE students has earned early admission to Harvard University State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson is congratulating Belinda Zeng of Monta Vista High School in Fremont Union High School District on this honor Zeng is currently president of DECA formerly known as the Distributive Education Clubs of America a CTSO designed to help students prepare for work in marketing finance hospitality and management She is also DECA s 2012 California student member of the year was the Silicon Valley DECA President and served as the student representative on the Santa Clara County Office of Education Career Technical Education steering committee Zeng previously made headlines last January after receiving a patent for a fashion design software program she created Stories like Ms Zeng s send an important message to the CTE community and to local and state education leaders whose support is necessary to expand opportunities to participate in CTSOs for all CTE students Please take our poll and help spread the word about how CTSOs benefit your students I encourage you to share your CTSO success

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/about-nrccte/about-james-r-stone-iii/jims-corner/power-ctsos-what-are-your-success-stories (2016-01-08)
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