This three-section document contains the model curriculum standards, program framework, and process guide that will assist schools in California in providing career-vocational education programs that are responsive to a world marketplace characterized by constantly changing technology. The standards and frameworks can be implemented to provide a K-12 sequenced curriculum that is coordinated and articulated to form a total program. The standards address general employability, occupational clusters, job-specific skills, and student leadership skills. In addition, they complement and reinforce the core academic skills that are applicable to each of the career models. The guide's first section, the model program framework, sets forth the broad conceptual components of the program and defines the application of each component. The model curriculum standards section describes in detail the objectives, application, and organization of the model standards. Each standard is organized in a format that includes an initial statement, the standard, and academic core skills enhancement. Standards are provided for children, for explorations, and for specialized fields. The curriculum process guide section provides information on: (1) the curriculum comparison process; (2) using the state model to construct a course outline; (3) using the model curriculum standards to construct a lesson plan; and (4) teacher-developed student materials. Appendices provide: (1) California Basic Educational Data System codes; (2) a program sequence example; (3) sample district course outline; (4) a glossary; and (5) 30 references. (KC)The student will safely perform service and repair of systems, using R-12 under pressure. Standard 9 ... Certification Program: Collision Repair Thirty-five million automobiles enter collision-repair shops each year for major and minor repairs.
|Title||:||Model Curriculum Standards, Program Framework, and Process Guide for Industrial and Technology Education in California|