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  • Academic and Career & Technical Education Integration Workshop

  • Michael Carey, CTE Teacher/Leader for USD 288--Central Heights

    Eldon Chlumsky, CTE Teaching Specialist Manufacturing/Transportation/

    Construction & Design, USD 259--Wichita

    Marie Hall, CTE Coordinator for Southeast Kansas Education Service Center

    (Greenbush)

    Marla Hayden, CTE Teaching Specialist Business/Finance, USD 259--

    Wichita

    P.J. Reilly--Director of College and Career Ready/CTE, USD 262--Valley

    Center

    State Integration Leadership Team

  • Learning that Worked for Kansas

  • Curriculum Integration

    Multi-Disciplinary

    Standards-Based

  • Learning that Works for Kansas

  • Curriculum Integration

    Teaching, Learning, and Assessing

    Develop Deep Understanding

    Meaningful Connections

    Real-Life Contexts

    Multi-Disciplinary

    Standards-Based

  • Curriculum Integration

    Integrated Curriculum Concepts

    Significant Academic Achievement

    Attain Strong Career Skills

    Develop Character

  • Standards Alignment

    Curriculum

    State Content Standards

    District Goals

    Discipline Objectives

    Classroom Activities

  • Assessment

    Kansas State Standards

    Career Pathways Assessment System (cPass)

    CTE Course Competencies

    District/Local Assessments

    Classroom-Based Assessments

    Mastery / Proficiency

    Standards Alignment

  • Instruction

    Strategies

    Support Materials

    Standards Alignment

  • Instruction Knowledge

    Skills

    Accountability through Assessment

    Standards Alignment

  • Curriculum Integration

    Integrated Contextual Curriculum Concepts

    Connect Schoolwork with

    Students Own Experience and Knowledge

    Significant Academic Achievement

    Acquire Strong Career Skills

    Develop Character

  • Preparing Kansas students to

    Live

    Learn

    Work

    as productive citizens in the 21st century.

    Educational Challenges

    Curriculum Integration

  • Challenge

    Curriculum Integration

    Solution

    Struggle to find time to

    address all of the required

    standards adequately.

    Provide opportunities for

    students to meet standards

    in different subjects at the

    same time.

  • Challenge

    Curriculum Integration

    Solution

    Silo teaching results in

    unintentional

    duplication of instruction.

    Expansion of time by

    reducing duplication

    allowing for more efficient

    teaching.

  • Challenge

    Curriculum Integration

    Solution

    Students

    need to and seek to be

    motivated and engaged but

    many are not.

    Students engage through

    real world application of

    material with meaningful

    connections.

  • Challenge

    Curriculum Integration

    Solution

    Students do not see a

    connection between school

    and life outside the

    classroom.

    Students develop relevant

    conditions for learning by

    applying their knowledge

    and skills becoming life-

    long learners.

  • Challenge

    Curriculum Integration

    Solution

    Satisfying the expanded

    range of student needs in

    todays diverse classroom.

    Allows for increased

    differentiated instruction

    and varied instructional

    modalities.

  • Challenge

    Curriculum Integration

    Solution

    Consequence of

    silo teaching can be

    teacher isolation and

    disconnection.

    Increased opportunities for

    teachers to become an

    integral part of a

    collaborative, professional

    learning community.

  • Challenge

    Curriculum Integration

    Solution

    Belief that non-Core courses

    are not required to meet

    specific standards and

    therefore not RIGOROUS.

    Belief that Core courses only

    teach to standards and

    therefore not RELEVANT.

    Provides an opportunity for

    integrating standards-based

    teaching, learning, and

    assessing while meeting

    standards and competencies

    with RIGOR, RELEVANCE,

    and RELATIONSHIPS.

  • Assortment of Means and Settings

    Single Classroom

    Multiple Classrooms

    School-Wide Unit

    District-Wide Activity

    Curriculum Integration

  • Assortment of Means and Settings

    Single Subject Teacher

    Multi-Subject Teacher

    Two or more Teachers (Same Discipline)

    Two or more Teachers (Different Disciplines)

    Curriculum Integration

  • NOTS

    Not all the time.

    Not meant to replace direct instruction.

    Not always the most effective.

    Curriculum Integration

  • Come on, get real!

    Developing and teaching an integrated and aligned unit can seem

    overwhelming.

    Gathering Material

    Correlating with another Teacher

    Learning New Subject Matter

    Time

    Time

    Time

    Curriculum Integration

  • There are many

    Templates / Modalities / Methods

    Systems / Guides / Processes

    for developing an integrated, standards aligned, lesson

    or unit for your students.

    Curriculum Integration

  • Templates / Modalities / Methods

    Systems / Guides / Processes

    .

    E Pluribus Unum

    Curriculum Integration

  • Chris Carlson - High School Visual Arts

    Maureen Corcoran - High School ELA and AV Comm.

    Paula Heinz - K-8 CTE Leader and Middle School Science

    Cody Lee - 7-12 CTE Leader and Internship Coordinator

    PJ Reilly Director of College and Career Readiness

    Valley Center USD 262

  • Systems of Support

    Learning Support Team District Leadership Team Professional Learning

    Communities ELA Focus Team Science Focus Team Math Focus Team Administrative Team

  • PLC Perspective

  • VC Cross-Curricular Integration

    Core Focus Teams (Math, ELA,

    Science)

    Evaluate current best practices

    for curriculum development

    Pacing Guides

    Create curriculum map template-

    - All K-12 content areas

    Align CTEs 12 Career Ready

    Practices

    Integrate writing standards

    Integrate reading standards

    Integrate speaking/listening

    standards

    Integrate math standards

    Integrate science standards

  • Curriculum Mapping Timeline

  • CTE and Academic Integration Road Map

    Course Competencies

    12 Career Ready Practices

    Assessments

    Formative

    Summative

    End of Pathway

    Kansas College and Career Ready Standards

    Integration

  • Pacing Guide

  • Completed Pacing Guide

  • Blank Curriculum Guide

  • Blank Curriculum with Steps

  • Explanation of Steps

  • Keep the Path

    1. Create Your Team--

    COMMITTED and FULL

    OF PURPOSE

    1. Select and Focus--

    SPECIFIC curriculum

    content

    1. Collaborate and Discuss

    a. Content

    b. Sequence & Pacing

    c. Common Assessments

    4. Make It Happen

    a. Documentation

    b. Team conversations

    4. Team Reflections

    a. What went well?

    b. Changes?

    c. Plans to improve

    4. BUILD FUN

    SIMPLE

  • STEPS HANDOUT

  • Contact Information

    Chris Carlson

    HS Visual Arts teacher

    christina.carlson@usd262.net

    316-755-7070, ext. 7304

    Maureen Corcoran

    HS ELA and AV Comm. teacher

    maureen.corcoran@usd262.net

    316-755-7070, ext. 7341

    Questions?

    Paula Heinz K-8 CTE Leader & MS Science

    paula.heinz@usd262.net

    316-755-7060, ext. 6205

    Cody Lee

    CTE & Internship Coordinator

    cody.lee@usd262.net

    316-755-7070, ext. 7143

    PJ Reilly Director of College and Career

    Readiness

    pj.reilly@usd262.net,

    316-755-7070, ext. 7114

    mailto:christina.carlson@usd262.netmailto:maureen.corcoran@usd262.netmailto:paula.heinz@usd262.netmailto:cody.lee@usd262.netmailto:cody.lee@usd262.netmailto:pj.reilly@usd262.net

  • Contact Information Michael Carey

    CTE Teacher/Leader, USD 288, Central

    Heights

    macarey@usd288.org

    785-869-3555

    Eldon Chlumsky

    Teaching Specialist, Technical

    Education USD 259, Wichita

    echlumsky@usd259.net

    316-973-4511

    www.cte.usd259.org

    Questions?

    Marie Hall CTE Coordinator for Southeast Kansas

    Education Service Center (Greenbush)

    marie.hall@greenbush.org

    O: 785-862-7840

    C: 785-249-8772

    Marla Hayden Teaching Specialist, Technical

    Education, USD 259, Wichita

    mhayden@usd259.net

    316-973-4511

    www.cte.usd259.org

    mailto:macarey@usd288.orgmailto:elchlumsky@usd259.netwww.cte.usd259.orgmailto:marie.hall@greenbush.orgmailto:mhayden@usd259.netwww.cte.usd259.org

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