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Friday, March 18 • 9:15am - 10:30am
Creating Competencies for Career Technical and Agricultural Education  

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A competency-based learning model can lead to an array of authentic learning opportunities for students. When implemented in a Career Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) pathway, these opportunities involve solving real-world problems that require the integration of rigorous industry and content area knowledge and skills.

In this session, presenters will discuss how they have ensured that CTAE courses in Henry County are aligned to industry and content area standards and performance indicators. Presenters will also describe how they design assessments that require students to demonstrate their learning in novel, performance-based ways and how evidence of their learning in different settings is judged against common and clear scoring criteria.

Participants will learn how to develop and use common learning expectations and design CTAE learning pathways for grades 6-12 that maintain the intended level of rigor. They will share their learning with one another, recognize and honor the role CTAE plays in competency-based learning, and leave with their own ideas as well as the Henry County CTAE competencies.

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Friday March 18, 2016 9:15am - 10:30am EDT
Room 201

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