Ready to Ratchet Up Your CTE Programs TBAISD

Ready to Ratchet Up Your CTE Programs TBAISD

Ready to Ratchet Up Your CTE Programs TBAISD Career-Tech Center Patrick Lamb, Principal About Our Center Regional Center located in Traverse City, Michigan Serve five counties Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska and Leelanau counties 22 career and technical programs 24 public, charter and parochial high schools Morning and afternoon sessions Our Center At a Glance. Agriscience and Natural Resources Allied Health

Auto Body Repair Automotive Technology Business Careers Construction Trades Culinary Arts Drafting and Design FSU Online Early Childhood Education Film and New Media Graphic Arts Information Technology Manufacturing Technology Academy Power Equipment Technology Precision Machining Technology Public Safety and Protective Services Skilled Trades Teacher Academy Web and Game Programming

Welding and Fabrication Our 20 Year Story of Academic Integration Pull-out academic classes begin Instructional Services Coordinator positions established for academic integration initiative Academies created ATA, ITA, MTA Three programs involved in academic integration Auto Mechanics, Medical Careers Tech, and Small Engines Alignment of technical curriculum to MCF and later HSCEs and now CCSS Our 20 Year Story of Academic Integration Academic contract process begins - 2004 Academic teachers hired to work directly in programs Grew

from 3 to now 9 Algebra II A/B, Biology,11th/12th Grade ELA, Geometry, 3rd Year Science, 4th Year Math available using collaborative teaching model Newest model (January 2014) involves ELA and math in crosscurricular team delivery Academic credit contract has evolved throughout the past 10 years when it was first used in 2004. Num ber of Processed Contracts Academic Credit Contracts - TBAISD Career-Tech Center 2013-14 139

125 85 20 Algebra IIA 12 11 Algebra IIB Geometry ELA 11 ELA 12

Credit Offerings 4th Yr Math 3rd 3 Yr Sci 3 VPAA Growth in Academic Credit Recommended/Granted or Contracts Issued Over History of Initiative TBAISD Career-Tech Center (2003 -2014) 450 389 400 405

397 350 327 300 257 250 200 150 Please note: Numbers for Academic Years 2003 2013 reflect credit granted by high schools; number for 2013-2014 reflects

contracts issued (not credit recommended/granted) as of December 2013). 2013 . 101 100 61 68 77 5039 0 2003-2004

2004-2005 2005-2006 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014

Todays Format Round-table format Four tables: Administration Mathematics English Language Arts Performance Tasks Choose two tables, spend 20 minutes at each Ask questions, view sample documents and lesson plans Final 10 minutes we re-gather as a group

Questions and Additional Information Needed? Administration [email protected] (Pat Lamb, Principal) [email protected] (Mary Smith, Curriculum Supervisor) ELA Teachers [email protected] (Sarah Bernstein Allied Health, Film/New Media, Graphic Arts) [email protected] (Janie Lesinski Agriscience, Business Careers, Early Childhood Ed, Public Safety) [email protected] (Jennifer Stairs Auto Body, Auto Tech, Information Tech, Web and Game Programming) [email protected] (Todd Manns Integrated ELA with math and technical programs Graphic Arts and Power Equipment Technology) not present at Career Education Conference Math Teachers

[email protected] (Joel Carpenter, Algebra II, Geometry, 4th Year Math Allied Health, Math Essentials [email protected] (Deb Menchaca, Algebra IIB, 4th Year Math Welding, 4th Year Technical Math, MTA Math) [email protected] (Karen Shoskey, Algebra IIA, 4th Year Math Culinary, Integrated ELA/Math Graphic Arts and Power Equipment Technology) Questions and Additional Information Needed? Technical Teachers [email protected] (Mike Barnes, Auto Body Repair)

[email protected] (Julie Gauthier, Business Careers) [email protected] (Rebecca Kinnee, Graphic Arts) [email protected] (Randy Kitzman, Skilled Trades) [email protected] (Tom Lennox, Public Safety) [email protected] (Rick Mathis, Welding/Fabrication) [email protected] (Julie Orr, Graphic Arts) - not present at Career Education Conference [email protected] (Tim VanderMeulen, Electrical Occupations) [email protected] (Jim Wrede, Auto Technology) http://tbaisdctc1.weebly.com/ If you want to access the resources we provided, you can do so at our Weebly site shown above!

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