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Middle School CTE Symposium

Join SDCOE's College and Career Readiness Team and our partners to learn how to develop middle school CTE pathway programs.

Wednesday, May 12th from 1:30 - 4 pm

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

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Where

Online. Register here!

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When

Wednesday, May 12th;
1:30 - 4 pm

3

Who

Middle school CTE administrators, teachers, counselors and staff who support career pathways development.

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Cost

Free

Preconference Materials

Agenda

Check out the symposium agenda to learn more about our sessions and presenters. Please note that this document is still being updated and is subject to change.

Flyer

Feel free to share the event flyer with your colleagues.

Session Recordings

If you weren't able to make the Symposium, check out the recordings from the breakout sessions below...

Credential Solutions for Middle School

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SDCOE Teacher Effectivenss and Preparation staff discuss credential requirements, and a district representative shares solutions and options for credentialing and teaching middle school exploratory and/or CTE courses.

How to Expand Middle School Pathway Programs

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Best practices from districts that have developed strong career pathway exploratory models, including a 6th grade "wheel" leading to deeper individual pathway offerings in grades 7 and 8 and onto high school.

Middle School Marketing & Outreach

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Districts will share strategies for increasing awareness around college and career readiness programs, including the the role of counselors, outreach events, use of social media, and parent connections/engagement.

How to Develop Middle School Pathway Programs

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Districts share the steps to develop new pathway programs, including examples of a 6th grade exploratory 'Wheel' vs 7th/8th grade Career Pathway offerings, and how Labor Market Data is critical to developing pathway programs and ensuring industry relevance.

Work-Based Learning Activities for Middle School

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SDCOE's WBL Team reviews resources to virtually connect students with employers from all sectors and career readiness professional development opportunities for your school to develop an employer network and coordinate impactful student career events.

How to Develop a Middle School to High School Pathways Transition Model

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When and how are pathway program connections happening? Districts will discuss how they developed pathway pipelines from middle school to high school.

Address

San Diego County Office of Education
6401 Linda Vista Road                     
San Diego, CA 92111
858-292-3500

Contacts

Email: [email protected]    
Phone: +1 (858) 292-3582