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CTSP Tool – Comprehensive Program Self-Assessment

CTE Instruction is available through enrollment in an organized sequence of programs of study

The classroom successfully includes universally designed curriculum

Research-based strategies are incorporated for English Language Learners

Strategies and materials are available for students seeking non-traditional careers

Technology & industry-based standardized equipment are available for use

Interdisciplinary or STEM learning opportunities are provided for all students

Key personnel is hired for effective CTE programs serving Special Populations

Actively Participate in Professional Development by forming a “Professional Learning Community”

Provide innovative practices that allow students to learn including entrepreneurship, site visits, CTSOs, and practical experience

Employ a CTE Advisory Committee to help better serve special populations

Forms for CTE teachers can bring to the ARD/IEP meeting to educate the committee about their program:

  1. Program Inventory: Using a program inventory CTE teachers can inform the ARD committee about the tools, instructional methods and evaluation strategies used in their course.
  2. Basic Skills Inventory: CTE teachers can use this form to list the basic skills necessary for students to succeed in their classes. Additional Reference for Determining Basic Skills.
  3. Comprehensive Skills Inventory: This inventory enables CTE teachers to establish the skills that they would like their students to acquire at the end of their course.
  4. Progress Form
  5. Example of a PowerPoint presentation describing your program
  6. Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance
  7. Updated/Proposed IEP Form: Can be used by CTE teachers to update IEP goals and objectives or propose new objectives based on the student’s performance in their classroom.

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