Understudies with Handicaps in CTE programs Cecil Area, Md. New Mexico Move workshop November 12, 2009.


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Understudies with Disabilities in CTE programs Cecil County, Md. New Mexico Transition workshop November 12, 2009

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Cecil County Public Schools Student Population: 16,235 2,153 Students with Disabilities Students enlisted in a CTE program 2,250 Students with an inability selected in a CTE program???

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A Definition of Comprehensive Cecil Technical High School will be a far reaching CTE High School offering a full scope of scholarly and specialized classes. It will be intended to serve the necessities of Cecil County understudies who wish to seek after vocations in very specialized zones that require industry affirmation. The course of study will be comprised of both school preliminary course work and specialized course work. Understudies moving on from Cecil Technical High School will be set up to proceed with their learns at the school level or proceed with their specialized preparing at the junior college or specialized school or may move specifically into the universe of work depending on their industry affirmation as verification of readiness.

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Cecil Technical High School CTE Programs: Allied Health Professions Automotive Technology Biomedical Science (PLTW) Carpentry Trades Cosmetology Culinary Arts, ACF Electrical Trades Engineering (PLTW) Fire Science/EMS

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Cecil Technical High School CTE Programs: Fire Science/EMS Heavy Industrial Maintenance Multimedia & Broadcasting Natural Resources, CPH Plumbing/HVAC STEM Welding & Metals Technology

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Why a Comprehensive School of Technology? Give understudies a full scope of projects and confirmations in CTE Student access to cutting edge labs and assets in the range of CTE Work power requests will be better met through an extensive specialized secondary school setting Content of center branches of knowledge will have more pertinence to understudies since they will apply this substance in CTE programs.

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Why a Comprehensive School of Technology? Thorough course offerings accessible in a few regions Resolve current enlistment issues inside our current secondary schools No loss of guideline because of go from and to self-teaches. There are presently understudies on sitting tight records for some CTE programs at CCST.

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Career Opportunities at Cecil County Technical High School Special training understudies make up around 20% of enlistment at the School of Technology. Custom curriculum understudies complete state accreditation necessities at the same achievement rate as non-specialized curriculum understudies. Specialized curriculum understudies get support, as required, to advance and succeed in the general training program.

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July 2009 – FACS and Special Education educators teamed up to compose Becoming a Foodservice Professional/ProStart educational modules which incorporated an adjusted rendition including changed appraisals for Special Needs understudies. August 2009 – Work-based learning and Special Education educators teamed up to compose Career Research & Development educational programs which incorporated an adjusted form including altered appraisals for Special Needs understudies.

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Career Opportunities at the School of Technology for Students Following Alternative Assessments SHADOWING/INTERNSHIPS HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY CARPENTRY CULINARY ARTS NATURAL RESOURCES FIRE SCIENCE/EMS

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Standards for State Certification in Automotive Technology (1 of 3 pages Diploma Students)

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Standards for State Certification in Automotive Technology (2 of 3 pages Diploma Students)

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Standards for State Certification in Automotive Technology (3 of 3 pages Diploma Students)

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Standards Developed for Shadowing/Internship Opportunities for Alternate Outcomes Students in Automotive Technology

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Standards for State Certification in Carpentry (1 of 1 page Diploma Students)

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Standards Developed for Shadowing/Internship Opportunities for Alternate Outcomes Students in Carpentry

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Standards for State Certification in Culinary Arts (1 of 1 page Diploma Students)

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Standards Developed for Shadowing/Internship Opportunities for Alternate Outcomes Students in Culinary Arts

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Standards for State Certification in Natural Resources (1 of 2 pages Diploma Students)

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Standards for State Certification in Natural Resources (2 of 2 pages Diploma Students)

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Standards Developed for Shadowing/Internship Opportunities for Alternate Outcomes Students in Natural Resources

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Continue with the ETSE dropout counteractive action display The Exploratory Trade Skill Experience system will keep on being offered at CTHS. Understudies will be transported to and from their self-teach. Focused on center school understudies could likewise take an interest in the ETSE program on a restricted premise.

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SPECIAL EDUCATION TRANSION PLANNING The ITO program empowers us to meet the Indicator 13 prerequisites for MSDE/IDEA consistence Employment: Students learn Employment preparation aptitudes incorporating security conventions in the work setting and capabilities identified with particular occupation abilities Self-Advocacy/Independent Living: Students figure out how to associate in an Employment setting and learn suitable methods for speaking with administrators/and occupation peers Aligned with DDA\'s Employment-First activity

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