1 STRENGTHENING CTE PROGRAMS OF STUDY: A CONTINUUM APPROACH
2 This presentation incorporates self-assessments developed by MPR Associates under a contract from the US Dept. of Education s Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE). The complete OVAE document is in the zipped folder along with this presentation. That document is entitled - Programs of Study (POS): Local Implementation Readiness and Capacity Self-Assessment A Tool for Local College and Career Readiness Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE), U.S. Department of Education by MPR Associates, Inc.
3 Iowa Department of Education Program of Study Guidance
4 Access the Project Easier Website at To view only, use 0000 as the log-in ID and cteuser as the password. Click on the Career and Technical Education button. Select Career And Technical Education
5 1. Enter your School District Name or # here 2. Select Go and you ll be advanced to the next page. (Advance to the next slide)
6 This screen shot shows only one program. Your school listing will include at least 4. Choose edit, and you will be advanced to the next page. Select Edit
7 This page lists the questions that must be answered yes in order for the program to qualify as a Program of Study. This presentation will walk you through a continuum approach to the six criteria within the DE s Program of Study (POS) Guidance. Each criteria is numbered at the top of the slide.
8 Continuum Approach Process 1. Establish where the Community College program is on the continuum toward nationally-recognized standards. 2. Define what the Community College program is using for a) Student attainment of challenging career and technical skill proficiencies, including student achievement on technical assessments that are aligned with industry-recognized standards, if available and appropriate. b) Student attainment of an industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or a degree.
9 Continuum Approach Process 3. Formalize the Community College Program Standards. 4. Define what assessments the Community College program is using to collect valid and reliable data. 5. Define the community college high school partnerships necessary to align standards, courses & program continuity.
10 Continuum Approach Process 6. Community College and High School programs partner together, working backward from the Community College program standards to develop a subset of standards that will become the High School program standards. 7. Community College and High School programs partner together to review high school courses and course content to identify and plan revisions strategic plan is written. 8. Community College and High School programs partner together to define the assessments that the High School program will use to collect valid and reliable data.
11 POS Skillset-Standards Partnership Beginning of High School (Secondary) Program End of Community College (Post-Secondary) Program Skillset at High School Graduation High School CTE Program Community College CTE Program Standards are aligned between high school and community college programs by Beginning With the End in Mind, and working backward From community college program standards to develop a subset of high school program standards (Begin With the End in Mind and work backward to develop subset of standards for Secondary)
12 1. Content Standards and CTE Skill Standards Skill standards are performance objectives and competencies required by a specific occupation, as specified by experts within that particular industry (Center for Remediation Design, 1991) The National Skill Standards Board Institute further defined skill standards as what people should know and what they should be able to do to successfully perform work-related functions (Davis, 2006) Skill standards define work to be performed, the criteria of mastery, and the knowledge and skills necessary for competent performance. (Davis, 2006) Center for Remediation Design. (July, 1991) developing industry-based skill standards. Washington, D.C. Davis, J.L. Adopting Industry Skill Standards Can Strengthen CTE. Tech Directions; Oct 2006; 66,: Pg. 22.
13 Continuum Toward Industry-Recognized Standards Acceptable Better Best Program standards approved by a 3 rd party advisory committee and/or community college Standards approved by a statewide committee of industry representatives that include subject matter experts. Program standards approved by a 3 rd party advisory committee and/or community college Nationally validated industry-based standards. Include written and performance technical assessments. Developed by industry subject matter experts. Tied to industry association certification.
14 Content Standards and CTE Skill Standards Description of Work to be Completed Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Elements, Activity, Task, or Sub-Task Resources Required Access the Blank Criteria Template to work on this criteria
15 2. List of critical competencies identified by the Advisory Committee/Council that will be assessed to determine Technical Skill Attainment A. Evidence the critical competencies have been approved by the Advisory Committee/Council i. Committee meeting minutes indicating approval, with date B. Evidence the critical competencies have been approved by a postsecondary institution i. Name, title, and signature of the postsecondary representative ii. Date of approval
16 Technical Skill Attainment Perkins IV tightens the expectation for technical attainment by requiring: technical skill attainment, aligned to industry-recognized standards if available and appropriate. This language is in place at both the secondary and postsecondary levels.
17 List of critical competencies identified by the Advisory Committee/Council that will be assessed to determine Technical Skill Attainment Description of Work to be Completed Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Elements, Activity, Task, or Sub-Task Resources Required Access the Blank Criteria Template to work on this criteria
18 3. Program of Study course sequence (i.e., Drawing Board ), including: A. Academic and technical content i. Incorporating the Iowa/Common Core (including 21st Century Skills) B. State of Iowa and local high school graduation requirements C. Non-duplicative progression of courses consisting of a minimum of three units of CTE coursework D. Linkage to at least one postsecondary program
23 Program of Study course sequence Description of Work to be Completed Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Elements, Activity, Task, or Sub-Task Resources Required Access the Blank Criteria Template to work on this criteria
24 4. Description of how the Program of Study Course Sequence i.e. ( Drawing Board ) is, or will be, shared with stakeholders, including: A. Sharing with students in grade eight prior to completion of the Student Core Curriculum Plan (previously referenced as the 8th Grade Plan )
27 Description of how the Program of Study Course Sequence will be Shared with Stakeholders Description of Work to be Completed Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Elements, Activity, Task, or Sub-Task Resources Required Access the Blank Criteria Template to work on this criteria
28 5. Approved Technical Skill Attainment Assessments, including: Assessment instrument(s), if available Proficiency level to be attained for each assessment Assessment(s) have been approved by the Advisory Committee/Council o Committee meeting minutes indicating approval, w/ date Assessment(s) have been approved by a postsecondary institution o o Name, title, and signature of the postsecondary representative w/date of approval
29 Standards-Assessment Continuum Acceptable Better Best Authentic assessment instrument created by instructor(s) The following items are approved by local and/or regional advisory committees. - Assessment - Competencies to be measured - Proficiency levels Secondary only - If a POS, assessment must be approved by the community college. The DE recommends utilizing individual course assessments in order to effectively assess the majority of students enrolled. Commercially produced assessments. Assessments, competencies to be measured, and proficiency levels are adopted by local and/or regional advisory committees. Secondary only - If a POS, assessment must be approved by the community college. The DE recommends utilizing individual course assessments in order to effectively assess the majority of students enrolled; however, the assessment instrument utilized may require program assessment instead of individual course assessments. The DE recommends the use of authentic assessments where appropriate. Industry-developed assessments, based on national standards resulting in certification. Assessments, competencies to be measured, and proficiency levels adopted by local and/or regional advisory committees. Secondary only - If a POS, assessment must be approved by the community college or other post-secondary institution. Program assessment is used; however, the DE recommends utilizing individual course assessments. The use of individual course assessments will assist the school in their commitment to continuous program improvement. The DE recommends the use authentic assessments where appropriate.
32 Assessment A system of tools that is used to determine the extent to which students are acquiring or have acquired the knowledge and skills listed in the curriculum and delivered via instruction (Niebling, et al., 2008) Niebling, B.C. Roach, A.T., & Rahn-Blakeslee, A. (2008). Best practices in Curriculum, instruction, and assessment alignment. In A. Thomas & J. Grimes (Eds.) Best practices in school psychology, (4)5, Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
33 From OVAE The Department recognizes that a State may not have technical skill assessments that are aligned with industryrecognized standards in every CTE program area and for every CTE concentrator. OVAE expects that each State will identify the program areas for which the State has technical skill assessments, the estimated percentage of students who will be reported in the State s calculation of CTE concentrators who took assessments, and the State s plan and timeframe for increasing the coverage of programs and students reported in this indicator to cover all CTE concentrators and all program areas in the future. OVAE; Justesen, T. R. Memorandum; March 14,
36 Validity Validity involves building a case that a test is related to the construct it is intended to measure.
37 Reliability Reliability is an estimate of test takers performance consistency internally, across time, test forms, and raters (when applicable). Tests are not reliable in and of themselves, but the scores generated from the tests can be reliable.
38 Validity and Reliability Assessment Continuum Acceptable Better Best Validity Ensure that assessments align with standards and benchmarks. Align test questions with critical competencies. Authentic assessments are used where appropriate. Reliability Ensure that different teachers score students in a similar manner. Develop a rubric or other instrument to evaluate subjective assessments. Use a sufficient number of test items. Authentic assessments are used where appropriate. Validity Multiple assessments are utilized to measure the same critical competencies. Review, align, and implement regional standards and benchmarks; or state standards and benchmarks (if available and appropriate). Authentic assessments are used where appropriate. Reliability Assessments must generate reliable and consistent measurements of student skills and knowledge. The assessments measures should yield consistent results across different raters, different periods of time, and different samples of tasks for subjective assessments. Multiple assessments are utilized for each critical competency. Authentic assessments are used where appropriate. Validity According to The Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (1999) the assessments used must demonstrate a high degree to which the sample of items, tasks, or questions on a test are representative of the defined universe or domain of the required skills in a given job title or occupation. Multiple assessments are utilized to measure the same learning objectives. Review, align, and implement national standards and benchmarks (if available and appropriate). Assessments are approved by the national entity. Authentic assessments are used where appropriate. Reliability Assessments must generate reliable and consistent measurements of student skills and knowledge when calculated with statistical analysis programs, as well as demonstrate inter-rater reliability when different raters score the same population. (Using coefficient alpha (or KR-2-;KR21) in large-scale testing. Assessments are approved by the national entity.
39 Approved Technical Skill Attainment and Assessments Description of Work to be Completed Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Elements, Activity, Task, or Sub-Task Resources Required Access the Blank Criteria Template to work on this criteria
40 6. A plan for annual review and continuous improvement of the Program of Study, including: A. Annual review of Secondary Career and Technical Education Performance Indicator data. B. Comprehensive Program Review, such as: CTE QUALITY PROGRAM CHECKLIST (Adapted from California CTE Self Review and Illinois Program of Study Expectations)
41 High-Quality Curriculum and Instruction Yes No 2.A The CTE Model Curriculum Standards and Framework for the Industry Sector are the basis for content of courses offered. Curriculum addresses Pathway standards within the program pathway(s) and course sequence. 2.B Career paths have been identified and can be found on a chart or diagram in the CTE Plan. 2.C The CTE program has classroom-linked work-based learning and work experience education opportunities through strengthened industry partnerships, effective coordination with Career Academies, Work Experience Education, and Cooperative Work Experience Education programs, and a systematic review of policies and practices addressing barriers to access, including insurance, liability, and other issues. 2.D The school master schedule allows students to follow the recommended sequence of CTE courses to complete the selected career path(s). 2.E Students are provided with a strong experience in and understanding of all aspects of industry. 2.F Technology is incorporated into program instruction. 2.G There is collaboration between academic and CTE teachers. 2.H The Program of Study integrates rigorous academic and technical content 2.I CTE courses are aligned with industry requirements, meet high school graduation requirements, and articulated with a community college.
42 A plan for annual review and continuous improvement of the Program of Study Description of Work to be Completed Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Elements, Activity, Task, or Sub-Task Resources Required Access the Blank Criteria Template to work on this criteria
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