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Model for Education Planning with Students at the Middle School Level “Setting the Stage Model for Education Planning with Students at the Middle School Level “Setting the Stage for Student Success” Personalized Learning August 2009 Superintendent’s Summer Institute Eugene, Oregon

Background Ø Oregon’s Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling framework design group Cohort A group for Background Ø Oregon’s Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling framework design group Cohort A group for implementation of Oregon’s CGCP Ø Principal: Ø l l Coalition of Essential Schools ODE’s New Century Schools ODE’s Assessment of Extended Application/Career-Related Learning Standards OACTE, Board of Directors – 2003 -2006; 2008 -current

Ø Career Learning Coordinator l l Ø Global Career Development Facilitation certification OACTE Board, Ø Career Learning Coordinator l l Ø Global Career Development Facilitation certification OACTE Board, 2003 -2009 Tri-County STC Consortium, 1998 -current Clackamas County STC Coordinators Network Awards: l l 2005 OASE Excellence in Curriculum Leadership Award 2003 Business Education Compact’s Educator Achievement Award 2002 Oregon CIS Les Adkins Award for Career Guidance Excellence 1998 Business Education Compact’s School District Achievement Award

From a Principal’s Perspective Ø Ø Understanding Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Committing to Comprehensive From a Principal’s Perspective Ø Ø Understanding Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Committing to Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling – the conversations Ø Daily advisories Ø 9 week 8 th grade CRL class

From a Practitioner’s Perspective Roadmap to guide student learning through exploration of: l. Interest From a Practitioner’s Perspective Roadmap to guide student learning through exploration of: l. Interest inventories, aptitudes, talents, skills assessments, work importance preferences l. Potential career path l. Preparation for future success l. Clear connections to education planning process Activities have been designed to ensure the district has met the OAR 581 -022 -1510 Guidance and Counseling requirements.

Implementation of CGCP Ø Ø Ø Program design Annual update to School Board Professional Implementation of CGCP Ø Ø Ø Program design Annual update to School Board Professional development l l l Ø Ø Career Related Learning exploratory class in place since 1997 -98 Implementation of middle school advisories in 2003 l l Ø District-wide in-services Presentations by State/National experts Building level – weekly staff meeting agenda item Child Development Specialists does 6 th grade education planning activities Careers Coordinator does 7 th grade education planning activities Full-use site license for Oregon CIS

Let’s Get Specific Advisories l Overview of the Advisory Concept l 7 th Grade Let’s Get Specific Advisories l Overview of the Advisory Concept l 7 th Grade Advisory Activities l Schedule: l Meet with each individual advisories once a month from October through May (7 sessions)

Career-Related Learning Class CIS Jr includes: l l l l l All content controlled Career-Related Learning Class CIS Jr includes: l l l l l All content controlled for a 5 th-grade reading level. An interest inventory that uses middle-school relevant experiences. Occupation information that includes context for how high school courses help prepare for an occupation, recommended high school activities, and types of postsecondary preparation. A six-year course planner forecasting high school courses. A component to save activities and achievements (used for resume and scholarships). Components to begin documenting the education plan and education profile requirements for the high school diploma. School information with general admissions requirements to postsecondary training options. Developmentally appropriate curriculum activities. Personalized portfolios where students can house diploma requirement documentation, reflections, and saved information files. Portfolios can transfer to CIS high schools.

Bottom Line Ø Ø Ø It is not one more thing to add to Bottom Line Ø Ø Ø It is not one more thing to add to an overcrowded plate for educators It is THE THING – the umbrella under which all aspects of student education gather together Focus on students’: l preparation to meet Oregon’s diploma requirements including academic standards, applied learning, essential skills and education planning

Continuous Improvement Model 2009 -2010 implementation of CIS Jr: Ø All content controlled for Continuous Improvement Model 2009 -2010 implementation of CIS Jr: Ø All content controlled for a 5 th-grade reading level. Ø An interest inventory that uses middle-school relevant experiences. Ø Occupation information that includes context for how high school courses help prepare for an occupation, recommended high school activities, and types of postsecondary preparation. Ø A six-year course planner forecasting high school courses. Ø A component to save activities and achievements (used for resume and scholarships). Ø Components to begin documenting the education plan and education profile requirements for the high school diploma. Ø School information with general admissions requirements to postsecondary training options. Ø Developmentally appropriate curriculum activities. Ø Personalized portfolios where students can house diploma requirement documentation, reflections, and saved information files. Portfolios can transfer to CIS high schools.

Resources l Middle School website www. colton. k 12. or. us/cms Colton School District Resources l Middle School website www. colton. k 12. or. us/cms Colton School District – Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Program Contact Information: l Dr. Beth Lund-Glassman [email protected] k 12. or. us l Diane Parham [email protected] k 12. or. us l