CESA 6 - Oshkosh, WI - College & Career Readiness //www.cesa6.org/pro/events_rss.cfm?detailid=408481 CESA 6 - Oshkosh, WI - College & Career Readiness en-us CESA 6 Youth Apprenticeship ZOOM Rountable - March 5, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=19019&memberid=741 Employer Recruitment TAKE TWO-  How to identify prospective employers, setting up and executing meeting with prospective employers, and marketing materials available to assist in recruiting new employers.

*Audience:  School coordinators/liaisons

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Mon, 05 Mar 2018 15:30:00
CESA 6 Youth Apprenticeship ZOOM Rountable - March 14, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=19020&memberid=741 YA 104-  Continued support, resources, and discussions for new YA coordinators/liaisons

*Audience:  NEW YA coordinators/liaisons

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Wed, 14 Mar 2018 14:30:00
ACP Communication: Effective Strategies for Family Engagement - March 16, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=20036&memberid=741 Held at: CESA 06 - Conference Center Fri, 16 Mar 2018 08:30:00 CTE Curricula with Depth and Coordination (3-part series) - April 17, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=20124&memberid=741 Description:
This training will utilize a researched approach to improve Math integra- tion in your CTE instruction. In the original Math-in-CTE research study, students in the classrooms of teachers trained in this model performed significantly better on standardized math tests and comm- unity college math placement tests than students who received the regular CTE curri- culum. Students also improved their math skills without losing the techni- cal skills needed for college and career readiness. Math-in-CTE is not a curriculum but a process through which the math that naturally occurs in the CTE curriculum is en- hanced. CTE teachers are never asked to replace what they already teach or to superimpose math that does not belong in their courses. Throughout this training, CTE teachers will work with math teacher partners in communities of practice to integrate their curricula and identify the intersection of CTE and math concepts. This work leads to the development of curriculum maps, from which teachers then create math-enhanced CTE lessons using a seven-element pedagogic framework and develop a plan for integrating those lessons naturally into their courses. CTE teachers work collaboratively with their math teacher partners as they prepare instruction (lessons). Teachers will walk away with a framework and lesson plans to move forward.

Objectives:

  • Hear from industry partners regarding math needs for successful employment
  • Build common vocabulary between math and CTE
  • Strengthen professional collaboration between Math and CTE instructors
  • Align CTE curricula with the embedded math standards
  • Audit current curriculum for current math content and opportunities for enhancement
  • Learn a seven-element pedagogic framework for planning curriculum and instruction
  • Collaborate with math colleagues to develop a professional partnership for planning lessons

Who should attend?
Technology and Engineering teachers with a math colleague is suggested

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Tue, 17 Apr 2018 09:00:00
Career Cruising / Wisconsin ACP In-Person Training - April 18, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=20127&memberid=741 Description:
Career Cruising is a web-based career exploration and planning system that helps students plan their futures. Students can use assessment tools to determine which career is the best fit for them, then explore detailed occupation profiles and examine comprehensive post-secondary education information.  This  tool will be used by school districts in Wisconsin to support the overall delivery of Academic and Career Planning (ACP).


What will be Covered:

  • Overview of Course Planner with district program of studies, including roles & responsibilities of districts vs. Onboarding team—PLEASE NOTE: INTENDED FOR GRADES 8 – 12 (GRADES 6 & 7 WILL BE ABLE TO ATTEND OVERVIEW, ARRIVE AFTER THE FIRST HOUR OF TRAINING, OR USE TIME FOR ALTERNATIVE ACTIVITY)
  • Career Advisor Management System (CAMS) tools for managing parent access and business partnerships
  • Accessing and using the new Help Desk section of Career Cruising, including Users Guides, Classroom Activities, Webinar Recordings, and other available educator resources
  • Parent/Guardian Portal - administration and strategies to engage parents
  • The Inspire Business and Industry Connection
  • Best Practices discussion and sharing ideas (please come willing to share)
  • Time for workshopping-planning with ACP teams or individually

Who Should Attend

  • Grade 6-12 District ACP teams/School administrators, Counselors, Teachers
  • Grade 6-12 School Staff designated as trainers for the Career Cruising software in their buildings
  • Post-Secondary staff/partners engaged in ACP development with the school districts

 

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Wed, 18 Apr 2018 09:00:00
CESA 6 Youth Apprenticeship ZOOM Rountable - April 25, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=19021&memberid=741 State YA Program Updates-  Find out what you need to know about Youth Apprenticeship at the state level- new program offerings, program and checklist updates, and program events statewide.

*Audience:  YA coordinators/liaisons, School Counselors

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Wed, 25 Apr 2018 09:00:00
CTE Curricula with Depth and Coordination (3-part series) - April 30, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=20124&memberid=741 Description:
This training will utilize a researched approach to improve Math integra- tion in your CTE instruction. In the original Math-in-CTE research study, students in the classrooms of teachers trained in this model performed significantly better on standardized math tests and comm- unity college math placement tests than students who received the regular CTE curri- culum. Students also improved their math skills without losing the techni- cal skills needed for college and career readiness. Math-in-CTE is not a curriculum but a process through which the math that naturally occurs in the CTE curriculum is en- hanced. CTE teachers are never asked to replace what they already teach or to superimpose math that does not belong in their courses. Throughout this training, CTE teachers will work with math teacher partners in communities of practice to integrate their curricula and identify the intersection of CTE and math concepts. This work leads to the development of curriculum maps, from which teachers then create math-enhanced CTE lessons using a seven-element pedagogic framework and develop a plan for integrating those lessons naturally into their courses. CTE teachers work collaboratively with their math teacher partners as they prepare instruction (lessons). Teachers will walk away with a framework and lesson plans to move forward.

Objectives:

  • Hear from industry partners regarding math needs for successful employment
  • Build common vocabulary between math and CTE
  • Strengthen professional collaboration between Math and CTE instructors
  • Align CTE curricula with the embedded math standards
  • Audit current curriculum for current math content and opportunities for enhancement
  • Learn a seven-element pedagogic framework for planning curriculum and instruction
  • Collaborate with math colleagues to develop a professional partnership for planning lessons

Who should attend?
Technology and Engineering teachers with a math colleague is suggested

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Mon, 30 Apr 2018 09:00:00
CTE Curricula with Depth and Coordination (3-part series) - May 7, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=20124&memberid=741 Description:
This training will utilize a researched approach to improve Math integra- tion in your CTE instruction. In the original Math-in-CTE research study, students in the classrooms of teachers trained in this model performed significantly better on standardized math tests and comm- unity college math placement tests than students who received the regular CTE curri- culum. Students also improved their math skills without losing the techni- cal skills needed for college and career readiness. Math-in-CTE is not a curriculum but a process through which the math that naturally occurs in the CTE curriculum is en- hanced. CTE teachers are never asked to replace what they already teach or to superimpose math that does not belong in their courses. Throughout this training, CTE teachers will work with math teacher partners in communities of practice to integrate their curricula and identify the intersection of CTE and math concepts. This work leads to the development of curriculum maps, from which teachers then create math-enhanced CTE lessons using a seven-element pedagogic framework and develop a plan for integrating those lessons naturally into their courses. CTE teachers work collaboratively with their math teacher partners as they prepare instruction (lessons). Teachers will walk away with a framework and lesson plans to move forward.

Objectives:

  • Hear from industry partners regarding math needs for successful employment
  • Build common vocabulary between math and CTE
  • Strengthen professional collaboration between Math and CTE instructors
  • Align CTE curricula with the embedded math standards
  • Audit current curriculum for current math content and opportunities for enhancement
  • Learn a seven-element pedagogic framework for planning curriculum and instruction
  • Collaborate with math colleagues to develop a professional partnership for planning lessons

Who should attend?
Technology and Engineering teachers with a math colleague is suggested

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Mon, 07 May 2018 09:00:00
CESA 6 Youth Apprenticeship ZOOM Rountable - May 8, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=19022&memberid=741 Youth Apprenticeship Closing Out Procedures-  Learn what is needed to complete a students in the YA program- checklists, related instruction, post program completion surveys

*Audience:  School coordinators/liaisons

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Tue, 08 May 2018 14:30:00
CESA 6 Youth Apprenticeship ZOOM Rountable - May 10, 2018 //www.cesa6.org/pro/event_viewMQR.cfm?eventid=19023&memberid=741 Special Student Situations-  Discuss what to do when a student is injured on/off the job and can’t work, union employment in YA and how this is different for students, outside factors that hinder YA, and when school credits are involved.

*Audience:  School coordinators/liaisons, School counselors

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Thu, 10 May 2018 09:00:00