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Solving the Team Building Puzzle

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Published on February 27, 2009

Author: ccpc

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With so much hype about teamwork and team-building, does this really make a difference in student achievement? In reality, how can teacher teams accomplish more in Career Technical Education than stand alone teachers/courses? Explore strategic assessment components that will assist in solving the team-building puzzle. Find out how to solve the puzzle with great resources.

CAST (Collaborative Alignment Support Team)
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Solving the Team Building Puzzle Collaborative Alignment Support Team

Role of Attendee What is your role in your current school?

Purpose – Why are you here? Why is it necessary to become a team? What can teams accomplish? Who are the players?

Someone had a vision! The process can be initiated by any stakeholder to begin:  California Partnership Academy  Small Learning Communities  Career Pathway

Team Dynamics Collaboration Common Goal (Summative) Common Formative Assessment Diversity in Representation Expertise Time to be Together Motivation/Inspiration

Are You Puzzled? Putting a team together

High School CTE Industry/Community Administrator Instructor(s) Core Partners Teachers Post Counselor Secondary Middle School Rep Admin/Staff District Rep

Will: • Encourage the process High School • Guide decision making Administrator • Provide essential support • Provide financial assistance

High School Administrator

Will: • Provide CTE CTE standards based Instructor(s) instruction • Collaborate on interdisciplinary curriculum • Bring career expertise and work place application

CTE Instructor(s) High School Administrator

Will: • Provide academic standards based instruction Core Teachers • Collaborate on interdisciplinary curriculum • Bring subject matter expertise

CTE Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator

Will: • Provide student guidance Counselor • Help design and implement the interdisciplinary schedule • Monitor student progress/ generate data • Continued academic support

CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator

Will: • Provide foundation of Middle School Admin/Staff career awareness • Articulate with the CTE high school program

CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Middle School Administrator

Will: • Facilitate Post articulation Secondary Rep • Provide advanced technical training

CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Middle School Post Administrator Secondary Rep

Will: • Provide work-based learning • Provide mentors and guest lecturers Industry/ Community Partner • Provide resources • Provide legislative advocacy • Provide professional development

CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Industry/ Middle School Post Community Administrator Secondary Partner Rep

Will: Support the concept of the career emphasis/focus process and components Provide regularly scheduled District Rep time for pathway team collaboration Support high tech learning facilities, equipment and pathway promotion

CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Industry/ Middle School District Rep Post Community Administrator Secondary Partner Rep

Recap Players, Role , etc.

CTE Counselor Instructor(s) Core High School Teachers Administrator Industry/ Middle School District Rep Post Community Administrator Secondary Partner Rep

Small Groups What pieces are missing in your puzzle? Adding those pieces:  Resources  Solid Strategies  Suggested Activities

Funding Sources FEDERAL Carl Perkins Act Title II (NCLB) Title I (NCLB) STATE SB70 (Chancellors Office)

Resources  http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/pn/fd/  http://www.health-careers.org/  http://www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov/  http://www.cccco.edu/divisions/esed/sb70/sb70.htm  http://www.careerclusters.org/  http://www.cacareerzone.org  http://www.statewidepathways.org/  http://casn.berkeley.edu/  http://www.ca-clearinghouse.net/

Contacts Carla Cherry – Kern Resource Center  ccherry@khsd.k12.ca.us  661.827.3266 Cindy Beck - CDE  cbeck@cde.ca.gov  916.319.0470

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