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The Research and Curriculum Unit (RCU), located in

Message from the Director................................................................1

Starkville, Mississippi, as part of Mississippi State

College Knowledge Project Helps Counselors Prepare Students for Postsecondary and Career Opportunities.................................. 2

University, was formally established in 1965 to foster educational enhancements and innovations. Formerly a division within the College of Education, the RCU became a research center in 1999 under the

Mississippi CTE Performance-Based Assessment Project Piloted in Early Childhood and Polymer Science........................................................................................................5

Office of Research and Economic Development. In

Mississippi Workforce University Provides Training for Business and Industry .............................................6

keeping with the land grant mission of Mississippi

Counselors: A Blueprint for Graduation.....................................7

State University, the RCU is dedicated to improving the

Student Support.....................................................................................8

quality of life for Mississippians. The RCU enhances

RCU Advisory Committee..................................................................9

intellectual and professional development of

Funding Summary............................................................................... 11

Mississippi students and educators, while applying

Awards, Recognition, and Accomplishments.........................12

knowledge and educational research to the lives of

Certifications.........................................................................................13

the people of Mississippi. The RCU works within

Promotions............................................................................................ 14

the contexts of curriculum development and revision,

Service Organizations....................................................................... 14

research, assessment, professional development,

New RCU Employees.........................................................................15

and industrial learning.

Invited Presentations.........................................................................16

For more information about the RCU, please

Grants, Professional Publications, Reports, and White Papers................................................................................19

browse http://info.rcu.msstate.edu/.

Workforce Training Delivered for Industry............................21 Workforce Training Paper-Pencil Assessment Published/Revised..............................................................................24 Videos for Industry...........................................................................24 Videos for Career and Technical Education Teachers..................................................................................................26 Unedited Videography.....................................................................27 Workforce Education Training Delivered to Teachers............................................................................................28 Workforce Education Curricula Published............................. 35 Workforce Education Paper–Pencil Assessment Published................................................................................................ 36 Workforce Education Online Assessments............................ 39


With the passing of another fiscal year, the Research and Curriculum Unit (RCU) has experienced change. With a transformation in leadership, the RCU remains dedicated to the same mission of improving career and technical education in Mississippi, preparing students to be competitive in the 21st century workforce, and continuing workforce development efforts throughout the state. With the economic downturn felt statewide, Mississippi students—now more than ever—need to leave high school prepared for college, career, or both. In support of better preparing students for the future, the RCU supports the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) in providing research and developing secondary and postsecondary curricula and assessments as well as generic and customized industr y training materials. As part of the College and Career Readiness initiative, ever yone in the state will utilize all resources possible to work together in moving forward. Academics and career and technical education are not separate entities; they work together to ensure the future workforce of Mississippi is ready and able to serve the state’s business and industry needs. The Workforce Education section will continue to develop educational materials that serve the needs of all students. Assessments developed through the Mississippi Assessment Center also will be aligned to rigorous standards, and performance-based assessments are being developed and piloted in Early Education and Polymer Science. In addition, the Leadership and Workforce Development staff continues to work with state businesses and industries in developing training media and providing educational services. Those materials and services are offered through various delivery methods to provide the most versatile training possible. The Mississippi Workforce University Web portal serves as a resource for the myriad modules and other services offered. Online delivery also is increasing in Professional Learning as educators are offered professional development opportunities in an online setting as well as in more traditional face-to-face environments. The RCU will continue to work with MDE in providing an all-out effort to achieve its mission of improving education in the state of Mississippi.

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collegeknowledge

P RO J E C T Helps Counselors Prepare Students for Postsecondary and Career Opportunities

All Mississippi counselors are eligible to take advantage of this professional development The College Knowledge Project, a college access initiative of the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning, aims to increase early awareness of postsecondary education and career pathways for Mississippi students and their families.

opportunity, and middle school counselors are strongly encouraged to join online. Counselors may register for up to two modules at a time, and the modules are repeated every 14 weeks.

The project has partnered with USA Funds and the Southern

The online course is comprised of 12 sessions that

Regional Education Board (SREB) to provide Mississippi

are divided by topic into three modules:

counselors with a high-quality professional development course online—College Knowledge: Strategies for School Module 1: Building a College-Going Culture for

Counselors in College and Career Advising.

All Students

Marsha Watson, Director of the College Knowledge Project at IHL, commented about the project: “The scope of online

Module 2: College, Career, and Academic

has proven to be very efficient in reaching participants. The

Planning

online delivery allows them to work at their own pace with an experienced online facilitator. This project has been

Module 3: Financial Aid and College Applications

educational, positive, and successful.”

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Module 1:

Module 2:

Building a College-Going Culture for All Students

College, Career, and Academic Planning

This module, developed for practicing professional school

This module, developed for practicing professional school

counselors and preservice school counselors, includes four

counselors and preservice counselors, includes four sessions

sessions: introduction to the counselor’s role in student career

that focus on engaging students in early career awareness and

and academic planning; creating a college-going culture;

planning, using data to guide academic planning, transition of

understanding and working with diverse populations; and

students from middle school to high school and then to college,

communicating effectively with diverse student populations.

and the importance of postsecondary choices and finding

These sessions are designed for school counselors to develop

the right postsecondary fit. Participants will be engaged in

an understanding of their roles in developing a college-going

building knowledge and skills in each of these areas, and

mission for all students, particularly students in poverty or

they will engage in constructive discussions in a learning

facing other barriers in postsecondary planning. Additionally,

community with their colleagues during each session.

the sessions help counselors develop approaches for communicating and working with high-poverty students and diverse populations

During this module, participants will learn to do the following:

to remove barriers to high aspirations and achievement.

e Engage students in career awareness and planning.

During this module, counselors will learn to do the following:

e Guide students in academic planning to align high school courses with career interest and college planning.

e Understand and communicate the role of the school counselor across all areas to gain faculty and administrator

e Use data to analyze student

support for the counseling program.

progress toward their career and academic goals.

e Advocate for the improvement of student school success, and remove barriers to high aspirations and achievement.

e Guide students to discover their “best fit� and to make

e Promote a college-going mission across the total school

appropriate postsecondary

landscape.

and college choices.

e Identify and understand how the diversity of the school

cultural landscape impacts college access and success.

e Develop strategies and approaches for communicating and working with diverse student and parent populations.

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Module 3:

Financial Aid and College Applications e Help parents and students understand the total cost of

This module, developed for practicing professional school counselors and preservice school counselors, includes four

college as well as the variety of financial aid available to

sessions that address financial literacy, financial aid, completing

them.

the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and

e Collaborate with teachers and parents to prepare students

preparing college applications. Parents and students need

for college admission tests.

assistance in navigating the complexities of financial aid and the college admission process. The school counselor in

Help eligible students apply for waivers for admission tests

collaboration with principals and teachers can guide parents

and college application fees.

and students through these processes to increase student access to college and postsecondary training. This module

For more information about the College Knowledge project,

focuses on the counselor’s role in counseling parents and

contact Dr. Marilyn Bowen, Coordinator for Online Learning,

students in accessing financial aid and successful preparation

at marilyn.bowen@rcu.msstate.edu or 662.325.2510.

and application for college admission. During this module, counselors will learn to do the following:

Registration Information

e Prepare students from high-need areas and from families

To register for the College Knowledge modules,

without prior college access for college application and

visit https://cia.rcu.msstate.edu/mypdc. If

success.

you have not previously requested a guest ID in MyPDC from the RCU, please go to

e Help parents and students overcome barriers to college

https://cia.rcu.msstate.edu/mypdc, and click

access and success.

on Request a Guest ID. Complete the entire form that will be sent to a secure server. Your

e Communicate the intricacies of financial aid, including

account will be activated by the RCU, and an

terminology, to parents and students.

e-mail will be sent to you regarding registration

e Assist students and their parents in completing the

procedures.

FAFSA.

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Mississippi CTE Performance-Based Assessment Project is Piloted in Early Childhood and Polymer Science In May 2010, the Research and Curriculum Unit (RCU) began

into the Questionmark assessment system. At the end of

a pilot project with approximately 43 Early Childhood and

the 2010–2011 school year, a postsecondary and university

eight Polymer Science secondary instructors. The goal of this

expert will serve as a second rater and evaluate randomly

project is to develop, implement, and evaluate a performance-based

selected student performance assessments using the same

assessment in secondary career and technical education (CTE)

rating system as the instructor. A test of inter-rater reliability

pathway programs by 2012 that can do the following:

will be used to assess the consistency of the implementation of the rating system. If there is no strong agreement between

e Be seamlessly implemented into classroom-based

the instructor and second rater, then another postsecondary

instruction (does not disrupt instruction).

or university expert will conduct a third rating.

e Be a valid indicator of student knowledge and abilities.

This project will be completed under the expertise and guidance of the established Performance-Based Advisory Committee.

e Provide impetus for improving instruction.

The committee consists of a variety of professionals from

e Increase students’ understanding of what they need to

institutions of higher learnings (IHLs), postsecondar y

know and be able to do.

institutions, and secondary institutions. Additionally, external experts in curriculum, assessment, and professional learning

The participants in this pilot project will implement performance

will participate on this committee.

assessments aligned to the 2010 revised Early Childhood and Polymer Science curriculum frameworks. The instructors

Improvements in the assessment, professional learning,

completed professional learning sessions dedicated to creating

and curriculum content and processes will be implemented

common assessments, implementing research-based strategies,

based on data collected from all participants and analyzed

and documenting student performance through the e-Portfolio

throughout this project. Upon the completion of this pilot

tool in the Blackboard learning management system. Postsecondary

project, an internal procedure for performance-based

and university instructors and experts reviewed the common

assessments will be created. Additionally, a publication

assessments and evaluation procedures and processes. All

explaining the procedure for performance-based assessments

professional learning offerings were evaluated using the National

will be developed for local education agencies.

Staff Development Council’s Standards for Staff Development. For more information about the Performance-Based Throughout the 2010–2011 school year, instructors will

A ss essment proje ct, cont act D enis e Sibley, Interim

meet online to look at student work and discuss student

Coordinator for A ss essment a nd Account ability, at

evaluation procedures and processes. Additionally, instructors

denis e.sibley@rcu.m sstate.edu or 662.325.2510.

will input their evaluation scores on student performance 5


Provides Training for Business and Industry The Leadership and Workforce Development (LWFD) section at the Research and Curriculum Unit (RCU) has devoted its efforts in the past year to the development of workforce training materials. One of the primary deliver y methods of those materials is Mississippi Workforce University (MWU), a research and outreach organization housed at Mississippi State University (MSU). The MWU is a collaborative venture among the Mississippi Workforce Education program at the State Board for Community and Junior Colleges (SBCJC), the Mississippi Department of Education, the 15 Mississippi community and junior colleges, statewide training providers, and companies throughout Mississippi. MWU’s primary purpose is to provide the education and training needed to prepare Mississippians to be competitive in the 21st century workforce and to provide a skilled labor force that meets the needs of Mississippi business and industry. “Having a highly trained workforce is more important than ever to the future of Mississippi business and industr y,” said Dr. Lemond Irvin, LWFD Project Manager. “We want to do all we can to provide this muchneeded service by offering industry-specific, customized training materials and resources.” One of the benefits of training provided through MWU is its accessibility. The MWU portal is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This easy access allows flexibility in training, and the online delivery system provides convenience for participants. Training services are provided for numerous skill areas, and the training is free of charge to qualifying new and expanding Mississippi industries. Once a company identifies a need, the LWFD team devises a specialized training plan. Services provided to implement that training include customized training modules, standardized training modules, strategic training module development, technology-based training tools, online courses, and face-to-face and online training. In addition, MWU patrons have access to public training resources, including secondary and postsecondary curricula and employment testing through the Mississippi Career Planning Assessment System, Second Edition. The MWU portal also offers users a link to other learning resources as well as a virtual library of training media and resources. For more information about Workforce University, please contact Dr. Lemond Irvin at lemond.irvin@rcu.msstate.edu or 662.325.2510. 6

A highly trained workforce is more important than ever.


Counselors: A

Blueprint for Graduation where large blocks of time have been spent working with a small number of students, in addition to extra administrative and clerical duties such as scheduling, substituting when teachers are out, and record keeping. A comprehensive guidance program model was created by Norman Gysbers and associates at the University of Missouri (Columbia) that has been adopted and modified by states ranging from Alaska to New Hampshire. The purpose of the model is to help districts develop comprehensive and systematic developmental

School counselors have a tremendous responsibility in

guidance programs for K–12. Counselors should be providing

addressing the personal/social, academic, and career

educational content and should be accountable for attaining

needs of every Mississippi student in prekindergarten

specific student competencies. Implementing a model such as

through grade 12. As student advocates, counselors provide

this one, which is tied to the American School Counseling

support and foster student development as children learn

Association (ASCA) model, would allow counselors to devote

to live, learn, and work.

time to students and eliminate many of the non-guidance related tasks they now carry out.

A comprehensive guidance and counseling program model establishes the guidelines necessary to ensure a

The key elements of a foundation from the ASCA National Model

consistent framework that addresses the developmental

included a set of beliefs, a common philosophy, a mission

needs of students. Rather than operating with “random

statement, and the ASCA National Standards. The ASCA

acts of guidance,” the Mississippi Comprehensive

recommended in the ASCA National Model a distribution of time

Counseling Model defines standards and competencies

for middle school counselors as 25–35% for guidance curricula,

necessary for counselors to deliver a comprehensive

15–25% for individual student planning, 30–40% for responsive

guidance and counseling program to all students.

services, and 10–15% for system support. Distribution of time varied significantly in order to be responsive to early

Traditional organizational patterns for school counseling

adolescent development a nd m iddle s chool p edagogy.

have emphasized the duties of a counselor or the process

Alt hough a foundation and delivery system may be unique in

of counseling at the expense of a programmatic focus. As

middle school, ASCA also included components that were not

a consequence, counselors have been regarded as a

necessarily exclusive or lacked evidence to justify strong

support service rather than an integral part of the

recommendations. Two of these components included

education process. The role of a counselor is ill defined, 7


management systems and accountability. A portion of the ASCA National Model Management System included counselor assignment. Several options for counselor assignment incorporated alphabet-type assignments, grade-level assignments, and specialty-area loci or even-rotating foci. ASCA recommended that school counselors spend 80% of their time directly interacting with students. This is

Student Support Graduate Assistants Young Bin Lin - Starkville, MS

meant to protect counselors from non-counseling activities such as testing coordination and classroom coverage. Accountability

Supriya Mishra - Starkville, MS

was an increasing focus of the ASCA National Model and would be of extreme importance to all school counselors.

Venkata Surva Vadlamani - Starkville, MS

The Mississippi Comprehensive Guidance Program has been

Terry Shane Hicks - Mooreville, MS

established as a tool to guide how counselors provide services

Catherine McCullen - Corinth, MS

and implement programs in Mississippi to maximize student potential in school communities. The emphasis of a comprehensive program is addressing the needs of all students. The four major

Victoria Randle - Starkville, MS

components of the Mississippi Comprehensive Guidance Program that allow counselors to address both group and individual needs are guidance curriculum, responsive services, individual planning,

Student Workers

and system support.

Paul Davis - Brookhaven, MS

In the fall of 2010, the new Mississippi Comprehensive Counseling

Angela Frame DeDual - Saucier, MS

model will be implemented in Mississippi to give school counselors

Philip Hammond - Brookhaven, MS

a guide to assist them in their daily tasks. The model was written by a statewide counselor committee, validated by Institutions

Whitney Humphrey - Brandon, MS

of Higher Learning (IHL) members in the field, and endorsed by the State Board of Education. Exciting changes have occurred

Drew Joslin - Senatobia, MS

with the passing of the new Career Readiness Preparatory Option

David McBride III - Columbus, MS

that will be offered in Mississippi. Mississippi will provide one diploma and three different ways to be a successful graduate.

Sidney Robbins - Brandon, MS

The key to success is the marketing of the various diplomas, and with the correct counseling and teachers as mentors program in districts as models for assistance with the planning, development, implementation, and assessment, a student should be successful in whichever path is chosen. 8


RCU Advisory Committee The RCU Advisory Committee provides expertise and guidance in the establishment and sustainability of the high-quality, state-of-the art workforce education and economic development programs and services of the RCU. The committee consists of a variety of professionals from the academic, public, and private sector. Dr. Charlie Alexander, Assistant Superintendent Desoto County Schools

Dr. Kris Kaase, Associate State Superintendent Office of Academic Education, MS Department of Education

Mr. Gary Bambauer, President Mississippi Construction Education Foundation

Mr. Slade Redwine, Workforce Coordinator Holmes Community College-Grenada

Ms. Cindy Coon, Director Office of Teacher Licensure, MS Department of Education

Mr. Thomas Ritter, Compliance Officer Office of Information Tech. Svcs., Mississippi State University

Mr. Stephen Cunetto, System Administrator Mississippi State University Libraries

Ms. Nan Robinson, Tech Prep Coordinator Meridian Community College

Ms. Donna Davis, Project Coordinator The Excellence Group

Ms. Cindy Simmons, Director Student Assessment, Mississippi Department of Education

Dr. Ed Davis, Assistant Professor Instr. Systems & Workforce Development, MS State University

Ms. Jennifer Koon, Test Coordinator Prentiss County School District

Ms. Sarita Donaldson, Lead Bus. Sys. Analyst Mngr. Office of Management Information Systems, MS Dept. of Ed.

Dr. Laura Kramer, Senior Assistant to the State Superintendent Mississippi Department of Education

Mr. Charles Furman, External Relations Manager Severstal

Dr. Susan P. Lee, Director of P–16 Initiatives Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning

Mr. Grady Griffin, Director of Education and Training Mississippi Restaurant Association

Dr. Shawn Mackey, Director of Career and Technical Education State Board for Community and Junior Colleges

Dr. Steve Hebbler, Director Office of Research and Statistics Mississippi Department of Education

Ms. Melissa May, Interim Director for Compliance and Reporting Mississippi Department of Education

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Dr. Marcella McKay, Vice President for Nursing & Professional Affairs & President/CEO of the MHA Mississippi Hospital Association Dr. Rodney Pearson, Department Chair Mississippi State University Department of M & IS Dr. Phil Pepper, Asst. Comm. of Res. & Planning Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning Dr. Ron Phillips, Dean of Career and Technical Education Itawamba Community College Mr. Ty Posey, MPI Extension Projects Specialist School of Polymers and High Performance Materials Dr. Melvin Ray, Associate Vice President Office of Research and Economic Dev., MS State University Dr. Rayford Vaughn, Director Mississippi State University Center for Computer Security Research Ms. Mary Willoughby, Chief Officer Labor Market Information Mississippi Department of Employment Security Dr. Jianzhong Xu, Professor Curriculum & Instruction, Mississippi State University Dr. Rick Young, President East Mississippi Community College 10


Funding Summary $143,119.00

AEST Book

$37,000.00

AEST Revision

$46,340.00

CAARES Project

$281,981.00

Construction Education

$82, 464.00

CTE Secondary Online

$12, 450.00

Engineering/AEST

$12,762.05

IHL Counselor Training

$62,023.00

IHL Gear-Up

$13, 490.00

Master Teacher

$25,000.00

Melior

$4,900.00

MSACTE

$132, 765.00

MS-CPAS2 (MAC)

$471, 428.15

PBA

$38,875.00

Redesign

$250,000.00

Research and Evaluation

$500,000.00

Teacher Training

$101, 490.00

Workforce Development

$624,064.00

Workforce Education

$2,920,000.00

Total Funding for 2009–2010

$5,760,151.20 11

2009–2010

ACT/Explore/PLAN


Awards, Recognitions, and Accomplishments Dr. Marilyn Bowen, Coordinator for Online Learning, graduated from the 2009–2010 Faculty Leadership Program sponsored by the Mississippi State University Office of Research and Economic Development. Dr. Cathy Davis, Coordinator for Leadership and Workforce Development, graduated from the 2009– 2010 Faculty Leadership Program sponsored by the Mississippi State University Office of Research and Economic Development. Doug Ferguson, Instructional Design Specialist, served on the 2010 Chief Learning Officer Business Johnny W. Jones, Print Shop Project Manager, was

Intelligence Board.

featured in In-Plant Graphics’ February 2010 online Florence L. Henley, Senior Systems Administrator,

magazine article “Mississippi In-Plant Is a Quick

served as President of the Board of Directors and

Study.” Mr. Jones also served on the McKellar student

Chairperson for the Family Selection Committee for

advisory committee and student exiting committee

the Starkville Area Habitat for Humanity. She also

for Graphic Design.

served on the Executive Board of Directors and as Chairperson for the Family Selection Committee for

Scott Kolle, Instructional Design Specialist, served

the Starkville Area Habitat for Humanity. In addition,

as a committee member on the Mississippi SkillsUSA

she was past president and out-of-district board

Steering Committee.

member for the East Central Community College

Donnie McCarter, Media Producer, served as a judge

Alumni Association, president of the Inter-Alumni

for the 2010 Telly Awards honoring excellence in

Association for Community and Junior Colleges in

media production.

Mississippi, treasurer for the Mississippi 4-H Horse Club, and a member of the State of Mississippi EPL

Myra Pannell, Instructional Design Specialist, served

Customer Steering Group. Ms. Henley also was

as Supervision Representative for the Engineering

invited to join the 2009 Cambridge Who’s Who

and Technology Division Policy Committee of the

among Executives, Professionals, and Entrepreneurs

Association for Career and Technical Education.

Registry.

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Certifications Dr. Robin Parker, Coordinator for Workforce

Mary Brook, Assessment Specialist, achieved the

Education, was appointed to the Association of

Assessment Certification Training Program (ACTP)

Career and Technical Education (ACTE) Association

Coordinator certification from the National Center

School Reform Taskforce. This taskforce will develop

for Construction Education and Research.

a set of school reform recommendations for the next

Florence L. Henley, Senior Systems Administrator,

Carl D. Perkins federal legislation and future policies

earned her Medic First Aid Certification.

related to school reform. In addition, Dr. Parker was named as the Project Director for Mississippi’s

Dr. Lemond Irvin, Project Manager for Workforce

Preparation for Tomorrow – Improving Student

Development, earned the 7 Habits of Highly Effective

Readiness for Colleges and Careers Investment in

Teens Facilitator Certification from FranklinCovey.

Innovation program with the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB). Dr. Parker also was named

Laura Jean Kerr, Assessment Specialist, achieved

to the State Board for Community and Junior Colleges

the Assessment Certification Training Program

(SBCJC) Statewide Articulation Committee. Finally,

(ACTP) Coordinator certification from the National

the Mississippi State University Lambda Sigma

Center for Construction Education and Research.

National Honor Society won the 2009 Outstanding

Donnie McCarter, Media Producer, achieved Apple

Chapter award. Dr. Parker serves as the co-advisor

certification in DVD Studio Pro 4.

for the MSU organization.

Myra Pannell, Instructional Design Specialist,

Denise Sibley, Interim Coordinator for Assessment

earned the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

and Accountability, graduated from the 2009–2010

Facilitator Certification from FranklinCovey.

Faculty Leadership Program sponsored by the Mississippi State University Office of Research and

Ellen Shaw, Assessment Specialist, earned the

Economic Development. Ms. Sibley also was elected

Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3)

vice president of the Columbus–Lowndes Habitat for

from Certiport, Inc. Ms. Shaw also achieved the

Humanity Board of Directors.

Assessment Certification Training Program (ACTP) Coordinator certification from the National Center for Construction Education and Research. Denise Sibley, Interim Coordinator for Assessment and Accountability, achieved the Assessment Certification Training Program (ACTP) Coordinator certification from the National Center for Construction 13

Education and Research.


Service Organizations

Betsey Smith, Project Manager for Workforce Education, achieved the Interactive Competency Assessment Technology (iCAT) Certification and passed the Guidance and Counseling portion of the

Alabama Mississippi Rural Tourism

PRAXIS exam.

Arise and Build Mission Boys and Girls Club of the Golden Triangle

Jo Ann Watts, Assessment Specialist, achieved the

Columbus–Lowndes Habitat for Humanity

Assessment Certification Training Program (ACTP)

Columbus–Lowndes Humane Society

Coordinator certification from the National Center

Crowned for Victory

for Construction Education and Research.

Day One Leadership Community East Central Community College Alumni Association

Promotions

English Springer Rescue America Kelly Agee, Interim Project Manager for Publications

Helping Hands Starkville

and Dissemination, was promoted from Research

Junior Auxiliary of Starkville

Associate II to Research Associate III.

McKellar Technology Center

Dr. Cathy Davis was promoted from Professional

Mississippi 4-H Horse Club

Learning Specialist to Coordinator for Leadership

Mississippi Blood Services

and Workforce Development.

Mississippi FFA Montessori School of Tupelo

Jolanda Harris, Educational Technology Specialist,

MSU Recycling Club

was promoted from Research Associate III to Senior

MVNU2MSU

Research Associate.

Read Across America

Florence L. Henley, Senior Systems Administrator,

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

was promoted from Information Technology Project

Service DAWGS

Coordinator to Research Associate III/Senior Systems

Starkville Academy Patrons Association

Administrator.

Starkville Area Casserole Kitchen Starkville Area Habitat for Humanity

Donnie McCarter, Media Producer, was promoted

Starkville Rotary Club

from Research Associate II to Research Associate III.

Student Technology Exchange Program

Ashleigh Barbee Murdock, Editor, was promoted

Webster County School District

from Research Associate II to Research Associate III.

YMCA of Columbus 14


New RCU Employees Florence Henley Senior Systems Administrator

Jason Crittenden, PhD Instructional Design Specialist

As Senior Systems Administrator,

Dr. Crittenden holds a Bachelor of

Ms. Henley uses her expertise in the

Business Administration with an

areas of personal computer support,

emphasis in information systems, a

net working, and user training

Master of Science in information systems, and a PhD in

to provide support for the computers, printers, network

instructional systems and workforce development, all

devices, and software at the RCU. She also collaborates with

from Mississippi State University. In March 2001, he began

RCU and Mississippi Department of Education personnel,

working for Academic Outreach and Continuing Education

as well as educators across the state, to develop equipment

(AOCE) as an Instructional Technology Coordinator. During

specifications for the Mississippi Career Pathways. Ms. Henley

his time at AOCE, Dr. Crittenden developed database systems

earned her BS degree in librar y science and secondar y

to support the needs of the staff and AOCE’s students. He

education w it h m inors in histor y a nd mat h f rom t he

came to the RCU in August 2009, and he now serves as an

University of Sout her n Mississippi. Ms. Henley is a

Instructional Design Specialist working in the Construction

certif ied Novell NetWare Administrator. Her experience

and STEM clusters.

spans the public school, university, and private business arenas. Prior to joining the RCU full time in December 2009, Ms. Henley owned and operated her own personal computing

Peter Graves Assessment Specialist

consulting business. 

Mr. Graves has been serving as an Assessment Specialist for Mississippi State University for 9 years. As a specialist in the Mississippi Assessment Center at the RCU, Mr. Graves is responsible for the development of online testing applications and procedures. His expertise is in the development of interactive assessment modules. Mr. Graves received his undergraduate degree in History from Millsaps College and earned his master’s degree in Applied Visualization from Mississippi State University.  

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Invited Presentations

Bowen, M., & Long, L. (2010, February). What can Blackboard

do for you in middle school? [Online webinar]. Presented at

Agee, K., & Jones, J. (2010, March). RCU public relations.

the annual meeting of Blackboard, Inc.: Washington, DC.

Presented to the Associate State Sup erintendent for Vocationa l Education a nd Workforce D evelopment,

Davidson, K., Westerfield, T., Triplett, K., & Kolle, S. (2010).

Research and Curriculum Unit: Mississippi State, MS.

Empowering teachers with effective professional development. Poster s ession accepted at t he Hawa ii Inter nat iona l

Bock, S. (2010, February). Collaboration: The key to school-wide

Conference on Education [HICE]: Honolulu, HI.

success. Presented at the MEGAResource Librarian Conference: Mississippi State, MS.

Ferguson, D. (2009, October). Job demonstration A and B. Presented at the annual fall state conference of SkillsUSA:

Bock, S., & Parker, R. (2009, July). The 21st century career

Pearl, MS.

center. Presented at the National Career Development Association Global Conference: St. Louis, MO.

Ferguson, D. (2009, November). Turning metal into money. Presented at the annual conference of the Association of

Bock, S., Smith, B., & Long, L. (2009, November). The 21st

Career and Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

century career center. Presented at the annual conference of the Association of Career and Technical Education:

Graves, P. (2010, June). Assessing administrators’ technology

Nashville, TN.

literacy to guide professional development. Presented at the national conference for International Society for Technology

Bowen, M. (October, 2009). It’s COOL being an online

in Education (ISTE): Denver, CO.

instructor. Presented at the Canada World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and

Graves, P. D., & Owen, S. M. (2009, June). Assessing administrators’

Higher Education: Vancouver, Canada.

technology literacy to guide professional development. Presented at the National Educational Computing Conference:

Bowen, M. (November, 2009). Online learning is COOL.

Denver, CO.

Presented at the annual conference of the Association for Career and Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

Graves, P. D., & Owen, S. M. (2010, March). Assessing student

technology literacy in the 21st century. Presented at the annual

Bowen, M., & Long, L. (2009, December). Delivering

conference of Microcomputers in Education: Tempe, AZ.

engaging and relevant professional development [Online webinar]. Presented at the annual meeting of Blackboard,

Hardjono, L. (2010, April). Process improvement using Six Sigma

Inc.: Washington, DC.

methodologies for the Mississippi alternate assessment. Poster presentation at the INFORMS Southern Regional Conference: Huntsville, AL. 16


Irvin, L. (2010, March). Workforce development program.

Kolle, S. (2010). Wings to wheels: Delivering students to their

Presented at the Mississippi Educational Technology

destinations. Presented at the Gulf South Adult and Career

Leaders Association Conference: Jackson, MS.

Education Professional Development Conference: Valdosta, GA.

Irvin, L. (2009, October). Have you seen my Joomla! Presented

Mackey, S., Payne, A., Mulvihill, M., Kellum, L., Parker, R.,

at the National Association of Industry Specific Training

Sibley, D., Walker, J., & Robinson, N. (2010, April). Articulation

Directors’ Conference: Jackson, WY.

committee findings and next steps. Panel discussion to the Mississippi Association of Collegiate Registrar and Admissions

Irvin, L. (2010, March). Building your web presence for $99.95

Officers: Louisville, MS.

per year-or less. Presented at the Mississippi Creating Futures Conference: Biloxi, MS.

Owen, S. M. (2009, November). Assessing student technology

literacy in the 21st centur y. Presented at the Annual

Jackson, C. (2009, August). DISK overview. Presented at the

Convention and Career Tech Expo Conference: Nashville, TN.

summer conference of Mississippi Association for Career and Technical Education: Raymond, MS.

Owen, S. M. (2009, November). Preparing teachers for the

21st century classroom. Presented at the Annual Convention

Jackson, C. (2009, August). Going digital without going

and Career Tech Expo Conference: Nashville, TN.

broke. Presented at the summer meeting of Health Science Technology Education: Raymond, MS.

Owen, S. M., & Graves, P. D. (2009, July). Assessing

administrators’ technology literacy to guide professional

Jackson, C. (2009, August). Going digital without going

development. Presented at the National Educational Computing

broke. Presented at the 2009 Mississippi Gulf Coast

Conference: Washington, DC.

Community College Summer Conference: Gulfport, MS. Jackson, C. (2009, September). Creating SCORM compliant

Owen, S. M., & Graves, P. D. (2009). Assessing teachers’

technology integration literacy. Presented at the annual

e-learning modules using UDUTU. Presented at the state

conference of Microcomputers in Education: Tempe, AZ.

conference of the Mississippi Business Educators Association: Hattiesburg, MS.

Pannell, M. (2009, November). Pre-teen “techsperts”: A 21st-

century approach to technology education in the middle

Jackson, C. (2010, February). Going digital without going

grades. Presented at the annual conference of the Association

broke. Presented at the 2010 Creating Futures Through

for Career and Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

Technology Conference: Biloxi, MS. Jackson, C. (2010, May). Using no cost communications with

workforce and education. Presented at the Spring 2010 Mississippi Workforce Summit: Tunica, MS. 17


Pannell, M., & Parker, R. (2009, July). Pre-teen “techsperts�:

Parker, R., & Sibley, D. (2009, July). Statewide articulation

A 21st-century approach to technology education in the

agreements: It can happen. Presented at the 23rd Annual

middle grades. Presented at the 23rd Annual High Schools

High Schools That Work Staff Development Conference:

That Work Staff Development Conference: Atlanta, GA.

Atlanta, GA.

Parker, R. (2009, July). Growing dendrites: Career and

Parker, R., & Sibley, D. (2009, November). Defining depth of

technical instruction that works. Presented at the 23rd

knowledge in a 21st-century curriculum and assessment.

Annual High Schools That Work Staff Development

Presented at the annual conference of the Association for

Conference: Atlanta, GA.

Career and Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

Parker, R. (2009, July). Human sciences, art, and humanities

Reed, E. (2009, November). The 21st-century health sciences

cluster update. Presented at the meeting of the Mississippi

classroom. Presented at the annual conference of the

Technology Educators Association: Raymond, MS.

Association for Career and Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

Parker, R. (2009, July). The role of curriculum in a global

Reed, E., & Gore, T. (2009, November). Workforce aware,

economy. Presented at the 23rd Annual High Schools That

workforce prepared: Getting students ready for the digital

Work Staff Development Conference: Atlanta, GA.

media industry. Presented at the annual conference of the

Parker, R. (2009, July). The self-actualized learner: An

Association for Career and Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

authentic model for developing a high-quality workforce.

Reed, E., & Gore, T. (2010, February). Workforce aware,

Presented at the 23rd Annual High Schools That Work

workforce prepared: Getting students ready for the digital

Staff Development Conference: Atlanta, GA.

media industry. Presented at the annual conference of the Mississippi Educational Computing Association: Jackson, MS.

Parker, R. (2009, November). Get with IT! Redesigning

information technology programs for the 21st century.

Sibley, D. (2009, May). Using standard setting to set CTE

Presented at the annual conference of the Association for

technical skill attainment mea sures and improve

Career and Technical Educators: Nashville, TN.

understanding and trust of CTE stakeholders. Presented at the annual conference of the National Association for

Parker, R., & Sibley, D. (2009, July). Articulation: It can happen.

Career and Technical Education Information: Albuquerque, NM.

Presented at the meeting of the Mississippi Technology Educators Association: Raymond, MS.

Sibley, D. (2009, July). CPAS for the first-year secondary

teacher. Presented at the annual conference of the

Parker, R., & Sibley, D. (2009, July). Defining depth of

knowledge in a 21st-centry curriculum and assessment.

Mississippi A ss ociation for Career a nd Te ch nica l

Presented at the 23rd Annual High Schools That Work

Education: Raymond, MS.

Staff Development Conference: Atlanta, GA. 18


Sibley, D. (2009, July). Statewide articulation: It can happen. Presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Education Board: Atlanta, GA. Sibley, D., & Parker, R. (2009, November). Statewide

articulation agreements: It can happen. Presented at

Grants, Professional Publications, Reports, and White Papers Abraham, P. S., Bock, S. H., Bowen, M. D., Gammill, R.,

the annual conference of the Association for Career and

Long, C. L., Owen, S. M., & Parker, R. A. (2010). Workforce

Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

education $2,920,000.00 [Grant award]. Mississippi Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

Smith, B. (2009, January). Career pathways in redesign.  Presented at the Tech Prep Counselor Retreat: Louisville, MS.

Abraham, P., Davis, C., & Irvin, L. (2010). Workforce

development training for industry $624,064.00 [Grant

Smith, B. (2009, November). The self-actualized learner: An

award]. Mississippi Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

authentic model for developing a high-quality workforce. Presented at the annual conference of the Association for

Bock, S. (2009). 21st century career center. Career convergence.

Career and Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

Retrieved from http://www.associationdatabase.com/aws/ NCDA/pt/sd/news_article/24755/_self/layout_ccmsearch/false

Smith, B., & Bock, S. (2009, October). Mississippi redesign

comprehensive model. Presented at the Southeastern

Bock, S. (2010). A teacher recognition program: An exercise

Regional GEAR UP Conference: Jackson, MS.

in authentic professional development. Techniques, 85(1), 30–33.

Smith, B., & Bock, S. (2009, October). The self-actualized

learner. Presented at the Southeastern Regional GEAR UP

Bowen, M. D. (2009–2010). IHL college knowledge project

Conference: Jackson, MS.

$62,023.00 [Grant award]. Mississippi Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

Smith, B., & Long, L. (2009, November). Comprehensive

model. Presented at the annual conference of the Association

Bowen, M. D. (2010). CTE secondary online course designers

for Career and Technical Education: Nashville, TN.

$12, 450.00 [Grant award]. Mississippi Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

Tribble, S. (2009, July). Soft skills that are needed in the

workplace. Presented at the annual conference of the

Bowen, M. D., & Pannell, M. (2010). Engineering pathway

Mississippi Association for Career and Technical Education:

training $12, 412.05 [Grant award]. Mississippi Department

Raymond, MS.

of Education: Jackson, MS.

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Crittenden, J. (In press). Factors influencing the attitudes and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010, February).

self-efficacy of Mississippi allied health educators toward

Workforce focus [Workforce Development Newsletter].

information and communication technology [Accepted].

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Career and Technical Education Research Journal.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010, April). Workforce

focus [Workforce Development Newsletter]. Mississippi

Davis, C. (2010). Teacher training/mentoring—Redesign $101,490 [Grant award]. Mississippi Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Kolle, S. (2009). Melior training for automotive service

Mississippi Generic Workforce Module. (2010). Geometric

technology teachers $4,000 [Grant award]. Mississippi

dimensioning and tolerancing. Mississippi State, MS:

Department of Education, Jackson, MS.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Bolivar County

Owen, S. M. (2010). AEST book program $37,000 [Grant

Mississippi [County snapshot]. Mississippi State, MS:

award]. Mississippi Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Owen, S., Parker, R., & Smith, B. (2010). AEST curriculum

revision—Professional learning $46,340.00 [Grant award].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Claiborne

County Mississippi [County snapshot]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Parker, R., Long, L., & Sibley, D. R. (2010). MS-CPAS2 Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Federal Reserve

performance-based assessment $38,875.00 [Grant award].

Bank – Workforce development innovations, workforce

Mississippi Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

university [Web article]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Parker, R., & Owen, S. (2010). AEST curriculum revision

and Curriculum Unit.

$43,340.00 [Grant award]. Mississippi Department of Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Jones County

Education: Jackson, MS.

Mississippi [County snapshot]. Mississippi State, MS: Parker, R., Sibley, D., & Long. L. (2010). Performance-based

Research and Curriculum Unit.

assessment project $30,340.00 [Grant award]. Mississippi Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Leflore County

Department of Education: Jackson, MS.

Mississippi [County snapshot]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Tallahatchie

County Mississippi [County snapshot]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 20


Workforce Training Delivered for Industry

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP ATT 9 external power [Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Advanced

manufacturing competency model survey [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 3 FOD [Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). CHAMP-

Competencies for hiring and advancing Mississippi professionals [Research paper]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 4 tool control [Technical e-Learning

Research and Curriculum Unit.

module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). D & H stores:

FranklinCovey focus: Achieving your highest priorities [Face-to-face]. Mississippi St ate, MS: Res earch a nd

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 5 ground support equipment [Technical

Curriculum Unit.

e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Itawamba

Community College: FranklinCovey focus: Achieving your highest priorities [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 6 cartridge actuated devices [Technical

Research and Curriculum Unit.

e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Mississippi

SBCJC career and technical education, CTE blog [Blog]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 7 aircraft fueling and defueling [Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Mississippi

Curriculum Unit.

State University staff leadership development, human resources management: Flight from Savo supervisory training [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 7 ATT [Technical e-Learning module].

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: Concur User Training [Webinar]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 21


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). FranklinCovey-7

Eurocopter: GOP 8 aircraft towing and ground handling

habits for teens [Certification training]. Mississippi State,

[Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS:

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). G.E. aviation:

Onboarding group 1, high performance work teams [Face-

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 8 aircraft towing and ground handling

to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

pre-test [Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State,

Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). G.E. aviation:

Onboarding group 2, high performance work teams [Face-

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 9 aircraft marshalling [Te ch nical

to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

e-Lear ning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). G.E. aviation:

Onboarding group 3, high performance work teams [Face-

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 10 aircraft jacking [Technical e-Learning

to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Unit.

Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Mississippi

corridor consortium [Technical e-Learning module].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

Eurocopter: GOP 23 standard practices corrosion control

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

[Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Mississippi

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Workforce University: Basics of math [Technical e-Learning

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). American

module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Eurocopter: ITAR training [Technical e-Learning module].

Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Mississippi

Workforce University: Basic Spanish commands [Technical

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). D & H stores,

FranklinCovey focus: Achieving your highest priorities

e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

[Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Curriculum Unit.

Unit.

22


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Severstal:

Workforce University: Digital toolbox for trainers [Technical

Single line and SVC basic understanding [Technical

e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Severstal:

Workforce University: Digital toolbox for trainers [Webinar].

Quarterly town hall safety meeting [Technical e-Learning

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Mississippi

Workforce University/ learn [Module training site].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Severstal:

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Understanding and preventing sexual harassment [Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). National

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Association of Industry Specific Training Directors, NAISTD Web portal [Web presence]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Stark

aerospace: FranklinCovey focus: Achieving your highest

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

priorities [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Severstal:

and Curriculum Unit.

Avoiding workplace discrimination [Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). 7 habits for

teens [UDUTU e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS:

Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Severstal:

Cardinal safety rules [Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Severstal:

Electrical safety training [Technical e-Learning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Severstal:

Power distribution [Technical e-Lear ning module]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

23


Workforce Training Paper–Pencil Assessments Published/Revised

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Viking range

– Certif ied quality insp ector, statistical applications [Training assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Viking range

– Certified quality inspector, technical math [Training

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Viking range

assessment]. Mississippi St ate, MS: Res earch a nd

– Certified quality inspector, blueprint reading [Training

Curriculum Unit.

assessment]. Mississippi St ate, MS: Res earch a nd Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Viking range

Videos for Industry

– Certif ied quality insp ector, calibration [Tra ining

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

a ss essment]. Mississippi St ate, MS: Res earch a nd

Bread and dinner rolls [Te ch nical t ra ining v ideo].

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi St ate, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Viking range

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

– Certified quality inspector, inspection and testing

Breakfast menu [Technical training video]. Mississippi

[Training assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Viking range

Cappuccino machine operation/maintenance [Technical

– Certif ied quality insp ector, met rology [Tra ining

training video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

a ss essment]. Mississippi St ate, MS: Res earch a nd

Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Viking range

Cooking bacon [Technical training video]. Mississippi

– Certif ied quality insp ector, quality improvement

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

[Training assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Cooking equipment variations [Technical training video].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Viking range –

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Certified quality inspector, sampling [Training assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 24


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Cooking french fries [Technical training video]. Mississippi

Handling shortening/utility sink [Technical training video].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Cooking rice [Technical training video]. Mississippi State,

Henny Penny/fryer maintenance [Technical training video].

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Customer service [Technical training video]. Mississippi

Making tea [Technical training video]. Mississippi State,

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Deli ca s e maintenance [Te ch nical t ra ining v ideo].

Mixing free zip [Technical training video]. Mississippi

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Employee drink cup rules and safety guidelines [Technical

Preparation and maintenance of bag-in-a-box drinks

training video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

[Technical training video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Filtering stove [Technical training video]. Mississippi State,

Preparing breakfast sandwiches [Technical training video].

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Fountain area maintenance and stocking [Technical

Preparing brown grav y [Te ch nical t ra ining v ideo].

training video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi St ate, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Preparing corn and macaroni [Technical training video].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Fryer maintenance [Technical training video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Preparing cornbread [Technical training video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 25


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Sunflower food

Preparing grits [Technical training video]. Mississippi

store: Welcome to sunflower [Technical training video].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Thomas &

Preparing mashed potatoes [Technical training video].

Betts: Inbound receiving [Technical training video].

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Thomas &

Preparing sausage [Technical training video]. Mississippi

Betts: Put away [Technical training video]. Mississippi

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Proper attire [Technical training video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Temperature maintenance for freezer, cooler, and warm-

Videos for Career and Technical Education Teachers

ing case [Technical training video]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

Research and Curriculum Unit.

curriculum unit: Building t rades [Promotiona l v ideo]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Tom Gresham opening remarks [Technical training video].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

curriculum unit/Best practices: Workshop [Professional development video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Double quick:

Curriculum Unit.

Vegetable preparation consistency [Technical training video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

Unit.

curriculum unit/ICT: ICT teacher interviews [Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Future farmers

Unit.

of america: State officers - special thanks [Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Student technology

exchange program: 2010 graduation ceremony [Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 26


Unedited Videography

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

curriculum unit/Performance based assessment: Common

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

per formance task development [Promotional video].

curriculum unit: Jean Massey road tour [Professional

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

development video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

curriculum unit/Performance based assessment: Item

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

review training [Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS:

curriculum unit/MACTE conference: Closing session

Research and Curriculum Unit.

[Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

curriculum unit/Performance based assessment: Licensure

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

information [Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS:

curriculum unit/ MACTE conference: Creativity in the

Research and Curriculum Unit.

classroom [Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and curriculum

curriculum unit/Performance based assessment: Overview

unit/MACTE conference: Opening session [Promotional

[Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

curriculum unit/MACTE conference: Smart choice: Helping

curriculum unit/Performance based assessment: Portfolio

students make the right connection for career success

creation [Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS:

[Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

curriculum unit/Performance based assessment: Rating

curriculum unit/MACTE conference: Using Baldrige to

performance assessments [Promotional video]. Mississippi

strengthen educational leadership [Promotional video].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Student Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Research and

technology exchange program: S.T.E.P. promo for Web site

curriculum unit/Performance based assessment: Blackboard

[Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

overview [Promotional video]. Mississippi State, MS:

Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit. 27


Workforce Education Training Delivered to Teachers

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

designing a virtual field trip [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

finding the best educational resources on the Web [Online].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Best practices

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

for vocational educators [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

getting ready for Algebra by using virtual manipulatives

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Career Discovery

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

methods [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Computer

helping struggling readers to improve comprehension

Discover y methods [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS:

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). IC3 certification

integrating primary sources into the social studies classroom

test [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Curriculum Unit.

Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). LCSD using

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

academic vocabulary to build background knowledge

language arts–The writing strand [Online]. Mississippi

[Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

the new literacies [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

best practices for differentiated instruction in the K–12

and Curriculum Unit.

classroom [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

Curriculum Unit.

science 2.0 using Web tools for inquiry-based science [Online].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

classroom management tips and techniques [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 28


Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Methods of

solving problems and making inferences based on scientific

marketing and economics [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State,

observation [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Methods of

STEM applications [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

using digital portfolios in the K–12 classroom [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Methods of

teacher academy [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

using real data in the math classroom [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Online C.O .O .L.

certification of online learning [Online]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

using Webquest as an instructional aid [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Online PD

Advanced Blackboard [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). MDE e-Learning

writing across the curriculum [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Online PD

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Mentoring

Basic Blackboard [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

training [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

and Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Online PD Basic Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Methods of

Microsoft Word 2007 [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

digital media technology [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State,

Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Online PD Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Methods of ICT

creating Web sites–Basic DreamWeaver [Online]. Mississippi

I [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Online PD Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Methods of ICT

digital cameras in the classroom [Online]. Mississippi

II [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Unit. 29


Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Online PD

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). VIP module 4–

drawing tools in Microsoft Word 2003 [Online]. Mississippi

Student assessment in vocational and technical education

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Redesign–

Engineering equipment enhancement meeting [Face-to-

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). VIP module

5–Classroom management in vocational and technical

face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

education [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Redesign

Curriculum Unit.

implementation regional meeting [Face-to-face]. Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). VIP module 6–

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Program development in vocational and technical education

Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Technology

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Discovery methods [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Unit.

and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). AEST curriculum Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). Today’s class

and CPAS revision [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS:

for automotive and allied health [Online]. Mississippi

Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). VIP module

diagnostic workshop [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS:

1–History and philosophy of vocational and technical

Research and Curriculum Unit.

education [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Best practices

Curriculum Unit.

for vocational educators [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). VIP module 2–

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Developing instructional materials in vocational and technical Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Business and

education [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

industry internship for educators [Face-to-face]. Mississippi

Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2009). VIP module Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Career Discovery

3–Teaching methods in vocational and technical education [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

methods [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

30


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Computer Discovery

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

methods [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

best practices for differentiated instruction in the K–12

Curriculum Unit.

classroom [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Developing

CPAS test items [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

cell phones as learning tools [Online]. Mississippi State,

and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010, June). Flash web

integration [Handbook]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

classroom management tips and techniques [Online].

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). IC3 certification

test [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

differentiating instruction to accommodate learning styles

Curriculum Unit.

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). iCAT certification

Unit.

test [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

finding the best educational resources on the Web [Online].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). IHL college

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

knowledge [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

fit, healthy, and ready to succeed [Online]. Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). IHL online

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

building a college-going culture for students [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

health education for the novice [Online]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). IHL online

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

college, career, and academic planning [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

HEAP of books–Teaching health topics and skills through

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). IHL online

literacy [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

financial aid and college applications [Online]. Mississippi

Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 31


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE LD classroom

helping struggling readers to improve comprehension

instruction that works [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Mentoring

training [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

improving reading and writing in the content areas [Online].

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

automotive service [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

Research and Curriculum Unit.

integrating primary sources into the social studies classroom [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

Curriculum Unit.

collision [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

the new literacies [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

and Curriculum Unit.

construction [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

reading first–Supporting early reading instruction [Online].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of cu-

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

linary arts [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

special education inclusion [Online]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

digital media technology [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

understanding Depth of Knowledge in the elementary

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

reading curriculum [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

engineering [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). MDE e-Learning

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

using technology in the elementary math classroom [Online].

health sciences [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

32


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD Basic

information technology [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State,

Blackboard [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD Basic

management [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Microsoft Word 2007 [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

manufacturing [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

character education integrated in the classroom [Online].

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

marketing and economics [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State,

classroom management I [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Methods of

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

teacher academy [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State, MS:

classroom management II [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online C.O .O .L.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

certification of online learning [Online]. Mississippi State,

creating rubrics for assessment [Online]. Mississippi State,

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online C.O .O .L.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD creating

essentials [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Web sites–Basic DreamWeaver [Online]. Mississippi State,

Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD digital

Advanced Blackboard [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

cameras in the classroom [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

Assessment in Blackboard [Online]. Mississippi State, MS:

drawing tools in Microsoft Word 2003 [Online]. Mississippi

Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 33


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD first

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Secondary

aid in the school [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

horticulture pathway development team meeting [Face-

and Curriculum Unit.

to-face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD Internet

safety [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Technology

Applications new teacher certification training [Face-to-

Curriculum Unit.

face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

PhotoStor y in the classroom [Online]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Technology

Discovery methods [Hybrid]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Online PD

violence and bullying prevention [Online]. Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). VIP module

1–History and philosophy of vocational and technical

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

education [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Performance-

Curriculum Unit.

based assessment training [Face-to-face]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). VIP module

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

2–Developing instructional materials in vocational and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Postsecondary

technical education [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

banking and finance CPAS revision meeting [Face-to-face].

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). VIP module 3–

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Postsecondary

Teaching methods in vocational and technical education

paralegal curriculum and assessment meeting [Face-to-

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

face]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Unit.

Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). VIP module 4–

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010, February). RCU

Student assessment in vocational and technical education

media center [Webinar]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

and Curriculum Unit.

Unit.

34


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). VIP module

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Health information

5–Classroom management in vocational and technical

technology [Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi State,

education [Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Horticulture

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). VIP module 6–

[Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Program development in vocational and technical education

and Curriculum Unit.

[Online]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Hospitality and

Unit.

tourism management technology [Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Workforce Education Curricula Published

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Medical assisting

technology [Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi State,

Postsecondary Curricula

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Business and

office technology [Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi

Secondary Curricula

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Counseling

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Clothing and

[Secondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

textiles [Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS:

and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Diesel service

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Digital arts and

technician [Secondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS:

design technology [Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi

Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Digital media

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Funeral services

technology [Secondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS:

[Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Early childhood

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Health care

education [Secondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS:

assistant [Postsecondary curriculum]. Mississippi State,

Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

35


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Polymer science

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agricultural

[Secondary curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

and environmental science and technology - science of

and Curriculum Unit.

agricult ural env ironment [Se condar y a ss essment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010).Welding

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agricultural

[Secondar y curriculum]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

and environmental science and technology - science of

and Curriculum Unit.

agricultural mechanization [Secondar y assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Workforce Education Curricula Supplements Published

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agricultural

and environmental science and technology - science of

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Tech Prep

internship booklet. Mississippi State, MS: Research and

agricultural plants [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agriculture

Workforce Education Paper–Pencil Assessments Published

and natural resources [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agriculture

power and machinery [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Aging services

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agriculture

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

production [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agricultural

and environmental science and technology - agribusiness

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agriscience

and entrepreneurship technology [Secondary assessment].

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agricultural

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Allied health

and environmental science and technology - science of

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

agricultural animals [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 36


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Aquaculture

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Cooperative

technology [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

education [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Audio and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Culinary and

television broadcasting [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

related foods technology [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Design and

body repair [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

merchandise technology for fashions [Secondary assessment].

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Diesel equipment

service technology [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

repair and service [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Basic electronics

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Early childhood

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

services and education [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Building trades

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Electrician

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Business and

computer technology [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Food products

(meats) [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Computer

graphics technology [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Forestr y [Secondar y assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Computer

system s and progra m m ing technology [Se condar y

and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Furniture

manufacturing and upholstery [Secondary assessment].

assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Unit. 37


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). General drafting

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Metal trades

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

(machine shop) [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Graphics and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Metal trades

print communications [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

(welding) [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Heating and air

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Outboard

conditioning [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

marine engine mechanics [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Horticulture

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Plastics and

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

polymer science applications [Secondary assessment].

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Hotel, restaurant,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Residential

and tourism management [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

carpentry [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Industrial

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Small engine

maintenance trades [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

repair [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Machine tool

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Technology

operation/machine shop [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

applications [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Marketing

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Vehicle and

management technology [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

mobile equipment mechanics [Secondary assessment].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Masonr y

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Welding

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

[Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit. 38


Workforce Education Online Assessments Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agricultural

mechanics technology [Postsecondar y assessment].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

technology - dual enrollment [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

vehicle and accessories marketing [Postsecondar y

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Agriculture

business and management technology [Postsecondary

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Banking and

assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

finance technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automation and

control technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Brick, block,

and stone masonry [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

machinist [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Business

management technology [Postsecondary assessment].

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Business

service technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

management technology year 1 [Secondary assessment].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Business

service technology year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

management technology year 2 [Secondary assessment].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Business and

service technology year 2 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

office and related technology [Postsecondary assessment].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Automotive

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Civil technology

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit. 39


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Clothing and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Construction

textiles services [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Collision repair

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Construction

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

technology (carpentry) year 1 [Secondary assessment].

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Collision repair

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Construction

technology year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

technology (carpentry) year 2 [Secondary assessment].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Commercial/

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Court reporting

residential maintenance [Postsecondary assessment].

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Computer

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Culinary arts

networking technology [Postsecondar y assessment].

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Computer

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Culinary arts

programming technology [Postsecondary assessment].

year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Computer

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Culinary arts

servicing technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

year 2 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Construction

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Database

equipment operation [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

administration technology [Postsecondary assessment].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Construction

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Diesel equipment

engineering technology [Postsecondar y assessment].

repair and service [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 40


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Drafting and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Geographic

design technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

information systems option (drafting) [Postsecondar y

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Early childhood

education and technology [Postsecondary assessment].

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Graphic design

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Electrical

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Graphics and

print communication [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Electronics

cluster [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Health sciences

year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Engineering

year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Health sciences

year 2 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Environmental

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Health services

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Fashion marketing

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Heating,

ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration technology

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Food production

Research and Curriculum Unit.

and management technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Horticulture

cluster [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Forestr y

Research and Curriculum Unit.

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. 41


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Hospitality and

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Manufacturing

tourism management technology cluster [Postsecondary

trades year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Manufacturing

trades year 2 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Industrial

maintenance trades [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Marine engine Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Information and

mechanics (gasoline) [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

communication technology I [Middle school assessment].

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Marketing and Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Information and

economics [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

communication technology II [Middle school assessment].

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Marketing and Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Information

economics year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

technology year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Marketing and Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Jewelry repair

economics year 2 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Marketing Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Landscape

management technology [Postsecondary assessment].

management technology [Postsecondary assessment].

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Meat Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Machine shop

merchandising [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

assistant [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit. Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Media technology Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Manufacturing

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

trades [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit. 42


Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Network security

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Sheet metal

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

program [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Ophthalmic

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Small engine

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

and turf repair technology [Postsecondary assessment].

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Paralegal

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Teacher academy

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Pipefitter/

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Teacher academy

steamfitter [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

year 1 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Plumber

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Teacher academy

[Postsecondar y assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

year 2 [Secondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Precision

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Tool and die

agriculture technology [Postsecondar y assessment].

maker/technologist [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

Mississippi State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Process control

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Watch repair

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Residential

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Web development

carpentry technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi

technology [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State,

State, MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

MS: Research and Curriculum Unit.

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Sheet metal

Mississippi Department of Education. (2010). Welding and

[Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS: Research

cutting [Postsecondary assessment]. Mississippi State, MS:

and Curriculum Unit.

Research and Curriculum Unit. 43


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