EDU 250 Facilitators Brenda Rhodes-Martinez Lauren Jones Work Ethic Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Collaboration Creativity & Innovation Civic Responsibility Communication Personal Responsibility Learning & Behavior Skills Find and Use Information & IT Global & Cultural Awareness Postsecondary & Workforce Ready Social Studies & Social Sciences Literacy Content Knowledge • Social, cultural, historical concepts • Interpret sources, evaluate evidence, build conceptual frameworks • Civic responsibility & political process • Interpret from a global perspective Arts & Humanities Shaping of culture • Instruments of social & political thought • Awareness of innovators • Mathematical Sciences • Be quantitatively literate • Algebraic & geometric principles • Problem solving • Data & statistics Read with understanding & write coherently • Employ English properly & fluently • Use logic & rhetoric • Access primary & secondary sources • Science Scientific method • Draw conclusions • Core concepts of disciplines • Scientific concepts can be challenged • Colorado’s interpretation of 21st Century Skills! Programs Innovations and Individualized Learning • ICAP implementation •Counselor Corps (80 schools) •Concurrent Enrollment (25,000 students) •ASCENT (281 students) •ICAP (240,000 students) •FAFSA Completion (30,000 students) •ASCENT •Academic Guidance •Career Exploration Partnerships: CDE, CDHE, CIC, CCCS •ICAP Tutorials •CE Advisory Board •Endorsed Diplomas •Remediation Taskforce •College Admission •Data Sharing •Early College Design Legislation College and Career Preparation •Concurrent Enrollment (CE) •Career and Technical Education •21st Century Skills Tracking Results •School Counselor Corps Evaluation •Remediation Rates •ICAP Study •Concurrent Enrollment Reporting •CAP4Kids •Counselor Effectiveness •School Counselor Corps Grant •ICAP •Concurrent Enrollment (CE) Act •Early High School Grads - new •Dropout Recovery – new DRAFT 03/18/13 DPPR – Misti Ruthven, x6206 Consider what’s to come… •Higher Ed Admission Requirements •Graduation Guidelines Revision •Assessment Additions: PARC, SmarterBalance, Compass, Engage, Career Pathway Collaborative •Remediation and Developmental Education Emphasis •PWR Endorsement for diplomas Plans of Study (POS) individualized + intentional project = a meaningful ICAP process! INDUSTRY PWR Standards! PLAN OF STUDY & REVIEW OF THE STUDENTS: How would you best guide? What do you notice? Who would you want to partner with to support this students’ success? What bias(es) arise for you? What resources/information do you need? Group Dialogue • What value do ICAP and Plans of Study have for students? • How can we get staff, parents and students to buy in to the ICAP process? • Who creates ICAPs at your school/district? What is the process? • For those in post-secondary, what value does a student’s ICAP have as they enter higher education? • How can we encourage available resources at the district to create usable plans? • How do we show the value of these to students? • Groups have a list of what they see their role in the process is and how they can make this a process that has value. ICAP Resources Financial Literacy CTE Career Guidance: Career Exploration [email protected] Postsecondary Planning Academic Progress ICAP Implementation Specialist: [email protected] •Colorado Dept of Education (CDE): www.cde.state.co.us/secondaryinitiatives •FREE guidance website: College In Colorado •www.collegeincolorado.org •CTE & Career Guidance: www.coloradostateplan.com/counselors.htm •ICAP and ASCA: www.coloradostateplan.com/ICAP.htm Middle School CTE Programs: www.coloradostateplan.com/middleschool.htm Gender Balance (Workplace Gender Balance Mini-Grant Project): www.coloradostateplan.com/genderbalance.htm Remember….. You R. O. C. K! R – React with O – Optimism C – Challenge and K - Knowledge Celebrate what you’ve gained, learned, lost and changed!