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www.brainybetty.com 1 ITEA Conference, 2005 Mathematics: The Language of Technology David Hopkins Technology Instructor North Callaway High School [email protected]
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www.brainybetty.com 2 Introduction Taught HS math for 13 years 2 nd year technology educator Hold a Masters in Education EdS Educational Technology Web design, Computer hardware and networking
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www.brainybetty.com 3 Roadmap The forces driving change in CTE The direction of change Challenges How to initiate change Focus on vocabulary Other resources The Deal
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www.brainybetty.com 5 If CTE expects to survive in an NCLB- driven educational world, its proponents must step forward, very soon, and make the argument (supported by data) that CTE can play an essential role in supporting NCLB Redefining CTE: Seizing a Unique Opportunity to Help the "Neglected Majority" Become World- Class Students, Workers and Citizens By Dan Hull, President and CEO, CORD CTE and NCLB
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www.brainybetty.com 6 CTE can prove support of NCLB by: reducing dropout rates improving academic achievement preparing more students to be successful in postsecondary education. CTE and NCLB Redefining CTE: Seizing a Unique Opportunity to Help the "Neglected Majority" Become World-Class Students, Workers and Citizens By Dan Hull, President and CEO, CORD
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www.brainybetty.com 7 One result of going "back to the basics" is that fewer elective courses are available… which means fewer opportunities for students to select CTE courses. Redefining CTE: Seizing a Unique Opportunity to Help the "Neglected Majority" Become World-Class Students, Workers and Citizens By Dan Hull, President and CEO, CORD CTE and Back to Basics
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www.brainybetty.com 8 The Need for math Automotive industry experts note that the cars and trucks sold today “feature more sophisticated components than were in the Apollo 11 spacecraft” Charting a New Course for Career and Technical Education This paper is one of a series produced in conjunction with the U.S. Secretary of  Education's  High School Leadership Summit
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www.brainybetty.com 9 Employer needs Employers are demanding stronger math skills of all of their workers… 63
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