Franklin Career Technical Education Multimedia Website Standards

jacket_flip_transparentWhile this site meets many of the Common Core standards in Education, it is specifically created with the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. If you wish to learn more about these standards and how they are connected to Franklin’s Career Technical Education Department, and all of its classes, be sure to go to our Program Standards web page.

Communication: 2.1
2.1 Recognize the elements of communication using a sender–receiver model.

Examples include:

  • The website allows everyone with an internet connection to receive communications from Franklin Career Technical Education.Contact forms that allow.
  • The “Contact” page has phone numbers and an email form that facilitates,  “communication using a sender–receiver model.”
Communication: 2.6
2.6 Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of digital media information and communications technologies.
3.0 Career Planning and Management
3.0 Career Planning and Management Integrate multiple sources of career information from diverse formats to make informed career decisions, solve problems, and manage personal career plans. (Direct alignment with SLS 11-12.2)
3.5 Changing Trends and Long-Term Security and Safety
3.5 Integrate changing employment trends, societal needs, and economic conditions into career planning.

Developing each student’s understanding of internet safety and protocol helps to make them employable while teaching them the expected norms of being a good “digital citizen” along with cyber-safety.

3.8 Digital, Social Media and Job Readiness
3.8 Understand how digital media are used by potential employers and postsecondary agencies to evaluate candidates. Standard 3.8 Encourages us to demonstrate how Digital, Social Media and Job Readiness are connected to cyber-safety. If a potential employer sees good judgment a student is more likely to find and keep a job.
4.0 Technology

4.0 Technology Use existing and emerging technology to investigate, research, and produce products and services, including new information, as required in the Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector workplace environment. (Direct alignment with WS 11-12.6)

4.1 Use electronic reference materials to gather information and produce products and services.

4.1 Use electronic reference materials to gather information and produce products and services.

Developing each student’s understanding of internet safety and protocol helps to make them employable while teaching them the expected norms of being a good “digital citizen” along with cyber-safety.

4.2 Employ Web-based communications responsibly and effectively to explore complex systems and issues.

4.2 Employ Web-based communications responsibly and effectively to explore complex systems and issues.

4.3 Use information and communication technologies to synthesize, summarize, compare, and contrast information from multiple sources.

4.3 Use information and communication technologies to synthesize, summarize, compare, and contrast information from multiple sources.

4.4 Discern the quality and value of information collected using digital technologies, and recognize bias and intent of the associated sources.

4.4 Discern the quality and value of information collected using digital technologies, and recognize bias and intent of the associated sources.

4.5 Research past, present, and projected technological advances as they impact a particular pathway.

4.5 Research past, present, and projected technological advances as they impact a particular pathway.

4.6 Assess the value of various information and communication technologies to interact with constituent populations as part of a search of the current literature or in relation to the information task.

4.6 Assess the value of various information and communication technologies to interact with constituent populations as part of a search of the current literature or in relation to the information task.

5.0 Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

5.0 Problem Solving and Critical Thinking Conduct short as well as more sustained research to create alternative solutions to answer a question or solve a problem unique to the Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector, using critical and creative thinking, logical reasoning, analysis, inquiry, and problem-solving techniques. (Direct alignment with WS 11-12.7)

5.1 Identify and ask significant questions that clarify various points of view to solve problems.

5.1 Identify and ask significant questions that clarify various points of view to solve problems.

5.2 Solve predictable and unpredictable work-related problems using various types of reasoning (inductive, deductive) as appropriate

5.2 Solve predictable and unpredictable work-related problems using various types of reasoning (inductive, deductive) as appropriate

5.3 Use systems thinking to analyze how various components interact with each other to produce outcomes in a complex work environment.

5.3 Use systems thinking to analyze how various components interact with each other to produce outcomes in a complex work environment.

5.4 Interpret information and draw conclusions, based on the best analysis, to make informed decisions.

5.4 Interpret information and draw conclusions, based on the best analysis, to make informed decisions.

6.0 Health and Safety

6.0 Health and Safety Demonstrate health and safety procedures, regulations, and personal health practices and determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and domain-specific words and phrases as related to the Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector workplace environment. (Direct alignment with RSTS 9-10, 11-12.4)

Examples include:

  • The website allows everyone with an internet connection to receive communications from Franklin Career Technical Education.Contact forms that allow.
  • The “Contact” page has phone numbers and an email form that facilitates,  “communication using a sender–receiver model.”
6.1 Locate, and adhere to, Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) instructions.

6.1 Locate, and adhere to, Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) instructions.

6.2 Interpret policies, procedures, and regulations for the workplace environment, including employer and employee responsibilities

6.2 Interpret policies, procedures, and regulations for the workplace environment, including employer and employee responsibilities

6.3 Use health and safety practices for storing, cleaning, and maintaining tools, equipment, and supplies.

6.3 Use health and safety practices for storing, cleaning, and maintaining tools, equipment, and supplies.

6.4 Practice personal safety when lifting, bending, or moving equipment and supplies.

6.4 Practice personal safety when lifting, bending, or moving equipment and supplies.

6.5 Demonstrate how to prevent and respond to work-related accidents or injuries; this includes demonstrating an understanding of ergonomics.

6.5 Demonstrate how to prevent and respond to work-related accidents or injuries; this includes demonstrating an understanding of ergonomics.

6.6 Maintain a safe and healthful working environment.

6.6 Maintain a safe and healthful working environment.

6.7 Be informed of laws/acts pertaining to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

6.7 Be informed of laws/acts pertaining to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

7.0 Responsibility and Flexibility

7.0 Responsibility and Flexibility Initiate, and participate in, a range of collaborations demonstrating behaviors that reflect personal and professional responsibility, flexibility, and respect in the Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector workplace environment and community settings. (Direct alignment with SLS 9-10, 11-12.1)

7.1 Recognize how financial management impacts the economy, workforce, and community.

7.1 Recognize how financial management impacts the economy, workforce, and community.

7.2 Explain the importance of accountability and responsibility in fulfilling personal, community, and workplace roles.

7.2 Explain the importance of accountability and responsibility in fulfilling personal, community, and workplace roles.

7.3 Understand the need to adapt to changing and varied roles and responsibilities

7.3 Understand the need to adapt to changing and varied roles and responsibilities.

7.4 Practice time management and efficiency to fulfill responsibilities.

7.4 Practice time management and efficiency to fulfill responsibilities.

7.5 Apply high-quality techniques to product or presentation design and development.

7.5 Apply high-quality techniques to product or presentation design and development.

7.6 Demonstrate knowledge and practice of responsible financial management.

7.6 Demonstrate knowledge and practice of responsible financial management.

7.7 Demonstrate the qualities and behaviors that constitute a positive and professional work demeanor, including appropriate attire for the profession.

7.7 Demonstrate the qualities and behaviors that constitute a positive and professional work demeanor, including appropriate attire for the profession.

7.8 Explore issues of global significance and document the impact on the Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector.

7.8 Explore issues of global significance and document the impact on the Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector.

8.0 Ethics and Legal Responsibilities

8.0 Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Practice professional, ethical, and legal behavior, responding thoughtfully to diverse perspectives and resolving contradictions when possible, consistent with applicable laws, regulations, and organizational norms. (Direct alignment with SLS 11-12.1d)

8.1 Access, analyze, and implement quality assurance standards of practice.

8.1 Access, analyze, and implement quality assurance standards of practice.

8.2 Identify local, district, state, and federal regulatory agencies, entities, laws, and regulations related to the Arts, Media, and Entertainment industry sector.

8.2 Identify local, district, state, and federal regulatory agencies, entities, laws, and regulations related to the Arts, Media, and Entertainment industry sector.

8.3 Demonstrate ethical and legal practices consistent with Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector workplace standards.

8.3 Demonstrate ethical and legal practices consistent with Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector workplace standards.

8.4 Explain the importance of personal integrity, confidentiality, and ethical behavior in the workplace.

8.4 Explain the importance of personal integrity, confidentiality, and ethical behavior in the workplace.

8.5 Analyze organizational culture and practices within the workplace environment.

8.5 Analyze organizational culture and practices within the workplace environment.

8.6 Adhere to copyright and intellectual property laws and regulations, and use and appropriately cite proprietary information.

8.6 Adhere to copyright and intellectual property laws and regulations, and use and appropriately cite proprietary information.

8.7 Conform to rules and regulations regarding sharing of confidential information, as determined by Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector laws and practices.

8.7 Conform to rules and regulations regarding sharing of confidential information, as determined by Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector laws and practices.

9.0 Leadership and Teamwork Work

9.0 Leadership and Teamwork Work with peers to promote divergent and creative perspectives, effective leadership, group dynamics, team and individual decision making, benefits of workforce diversity, and conflict resolution as practiced in the SkillsUSA career technical student organizations. (Direct alignment with SLS 11-12.1b)

9.1 Define leadership and identify the responsibilities, competencies, and behaviors of successful leaders.

9.1 Define leadership and identify the responsibilities, competencies, and behaviors of successful leaders.

9.2 Identify the characteristics of successful teams, including leadership, cooperation, collaboration, and effective decision-making skills as applied in groups, teams, and career technical student organization activities.

9.2 Identify the characteristics of successful teams, including leadership, cooperation, collaboration, and effective decision-making skills as applied in groups, teams, and career technical student organization activities.

9.3 Understand the characteristics and benefits of teamwork, leadership, and citizenship in the school, community, and workplace setting.

9.3 Understand the characteristics and benefits of teamwork, leadership, and citizenship in the school, community, and workplace setting.

9.4 Explain how professional associations and organizations and associated leadership development and competitive career development activities enhance academic preparation, promote career choices, and contribute to employment opportunities.

9.4 Explain how professional associations and organizations and associated leadership development and competitive career development activities enhance academic preparation, promote career choices, and contribute to employment opportunities.

9.5 Understand that the modern world is an international community and requires an expanded global view.

9.5 Understand that the modern world is an international community and requires an expanded global view.

9.6 Respect individual and cultural differences and recognize the importance of diversity in the workplace.

9.6 Respect individual and cultural differences and recognize the importance of diversity in the workplace.

9.7 Participate in interactive teamwork to solve real Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector issues and problems.

9.7 Participate in interactive teamwork to solve real Arts, Media, and Entertainment sector issues and problems.