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CTE Intro helps each student understand his or her future role as a worker and a family member and to become aware of those life skills necessary to be a contributing member of society.

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CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION INTRODUCTION
  Unit of Credit: Full Year, 1.0
  Grade Level:  7
  Prerequisite:  None
  CIP Code: 13.0001

Career and Technical Education Introduction (CTE Intro) offers exploration and preparation for high demand jobs and career paths that are both satisfying and financially rewarding. The Career and Technical Education Introduction course is designed to help students identify interests, traits, and skills and then help connect them to effective college and career planning: all done at an appropriate developmental level.

Intended Learning Outcomes
The Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) describe the skills and attitudes students should explore and learn as a result of successful participation in the Career and Technical Education Introduction course. Intended Learning Outcomes are an essential part of the CTE Core and provide teachers with a standard for evaluation of student learning. Significant understanding occurs when teachers incorporate Intended Learning Outcomes in planning instruction for the CTE course.

CTE Introduction is designed to provide students with

  1. Career awareness,
  2. Self-development, and
  3. Career decision making skills.

By the end of the CTE Introduction course students will, at an age/grade-appropriate level:

  • Understand how self-knowledge (e.g., interests, abilities, and strengths) relate to career interests and selecting and achieving goals.
  • Understand education, career exploration and planning for college and career readiness.
  • Understand current occupational information and other labor market data.
  • Be acquainted with a wide range of occupational and educational opportunities for college and career readiness.
  • Understand information about the world of work that will assist individuals in making long-range educational and career plans.
  • Understand the importance of making appropriate educational and occupational choices.
  • Understand career application of subject matter through participation in work-based learning experiences.
  • Identify career information and career options available in career clusters. The course introduces students to the Holland Code/ World of Work. (Utah Career Field designations user-friendly terms used in CTE-Intro are in parentheses):

Realistic - Technical (Doer)
Investigative - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) (Thinker)
Artistic - Arts (Creator)
Social-Social - Humanitarian (Helper)
Enterprising - Administration (Persuader)
Conventional - Business (Organizer)

  • Explore CTE College and Career Pathways through the following areas:

Agriculture       
Business          
Economics and Financial Literacy                                             
Family and Consumer Sciences            
Health Sciences                       
Marketing
Information Technology
Skilled and Technical Sciences
Technology and Engineering

  • Participate in hands-on activities and create products consistent with the CTE Intro standards.
  • Identify career and post-secondary education options through investigation of High School to College and Career Pathways.
  • Explore non-traditional career opportunities – including information on women and education – emphasized within the Carl D. Perkins Act. 
  • Demonstrate skills in processing self-knowledge in relation to CTE courses and programs, in relation to the world of work, and in relation to future planning.
  • Have exposure to the National Career and Technical Education Career Clusters (NCTECC) as recognized by the Federal Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act, which are integrated to reflect the full range of educational opportunities that will help students prepare for careers in today’s world of work.

    Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
    Architecture & Construction
    Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
    Business, Management & Administration
    Education & Training
    Finance
    Government & Public Administration
    Health Science
    Hospitality & Tourism
    Human Services
    Information Technology
    Law, Public Safety & Security
    Manufacturing
    Marketing, Sales & Service
    Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
    Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

 


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FOR MORE INFORMATION:
sherry [dot] marchant [at] schools [dot] utah [dot] gov (Sherry Marchant), Specialist
CTE Introduction
Phone: 801>538-7594
Fax: 801>538-7868

maggie [dot] bradshaw [at] schools [dot] utah [dot] gov (Maggie Bradshaw) , Support Staff
CTE Introduction
Phone: 801>538-7941

 



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