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1. Systematic Approach to Career-Life Preparedness/MSIP 6 and Career Planning

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B105 Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, University of MO (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 8/3/2022

On-Site/Virtual Training Systematic Approach to Career-Life Preparedness Schools are considered the institution where young adults prepare themselves for their future. MSIP 6 contains several standards and indicators that relate to Career Planning and Development. During this training, we will review MSIP 6 directly related to Career Planning. This training will ask you to consider difficult questions as we answer, "Why Career Development.” Take a moment and answer these questions - How would my school define - Success Ready Student? Where do we systemically support Career Development in our curriculum? Do we believe all students should have a plan? Participants will be asked to reflect on current practices, weigh their progress, and establish action steps to reach the desired goals they have for their school community. We will discuss a progression sequence when using worksheets, activities, and assessments within Missouri Connections and introduce the Middle and High School Frameworks to support career development grades 5-12. Participants should include middle and high school counselors, career educators, instructors, transition educators, administrators, and others who work with students in career awareness, exploration, development, and planning. Participants should bring a laptop or similar device

2. Systematic Approach to Career-Life Preparedness/MSIP 6 and Career Planning

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: MS & HS Counselors, Career Educators, Transition Educators, and Administrators

Dates: 8/4/2022

Schools are where young adults prepare themselves for their future. MSIP 6 contains l standards and indicators that relate to Career Planning and Development. During this training, we will review MSIP 6 directly related to Career Planning. Take a moment and answer these questions - How would my school define - Success Ready Student? Do we systemically support Career Development in our curriculum? Do we believe all students should have a plan? Participants will reflect on current practices, weigh their progress, and establish action steps to reach the desired goals. We will discuss a progression sequence when using worksheets, activities, and assessments within Missouri Connections and introduce the Middle and High School Frameworks to support career development grades 5-12.

This training will be held in person at the Central RPDC in Warrensburg. It will also be zoomed virtually for those who cannot attend in person.

3. CIS 360 Missouri Connections/ICAP Grade Level Components 8-12.

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B105 Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, University of MO (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 8/31/2022

On-site/Virtual Training Overview Training will provide an overview of the Missouri Individual Career & Academic Plan (ICAP) available as a part of Missouri Connections CIS360. This feature includes a series of activities consisting of assessments, modules and components assigned by grade level beginning in the 8th grade and culminating in the 12th grade. As students complete ICAP activities in CIS360, these populate into an ICAP Print Report compliant with SB 638 requirements. . Agenda Training will demonstrate from a student perspective ● Access to Missouri Connections CIS360 system ● 8th - 12th grade level ICAP Components ● ICAP Print Report

4. CIS 360 ICAP - Student Course Planner

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B105 Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, University of MO (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 8/31/2022

On-Site/Virtual Training Overview Course Planner is an integral part in the development of a student's Individual Career anOd Academic Plan (ICAP). Course Planner allows students to choose a district-defined pathway, which populates recommended courses across grade/subject levels. Training will introduce the basic functions of Course Planner and how students select courses for grades 9 - 12 which populate into an ICAP Print Report compliant with SB 638 requirements. Agenda Training will demonstrate from a student perspective ● Access to Missouri Connections CIS360 system ● Course Planner Dashboard ● Course Planning by Grade and Subject ● District Defined Pathways ● Repeatable Courses ● Modifying a Course Plan ● Dual Enrollment courses ● ICAP Print Report

5. CIS 360 District/Site Course Setup

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B105 Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, University of MO (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 8/31/2022

On-Site/Virtual Training Overview The Missouri Connections CIS360 Course Planner tool enables each school district to enter subjects, terms, courses, pathways, dual enrollment information and awarding bodies. This training will demonstrate how to set up the course planner at the district-level and activate site level components. Agenda Training will demonstrate from the district/site administrator perspective ● District Account Access ● District Level Course Planner Setup ○ Subjects ○ Terms ○ Courses ○ Pathways ○ Awarding Bodies ○ Dual Enrollment ● Site Level Activation ○ Courses to Exclude ○ Pathways

6. Systematic Approach to Career-Life Preparedness/MSIP 6 and Career Planning

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B105 Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, University of MO (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 9/8/2022

On-Site/Virtual Training Systematic Approach to Career-Life Preparedness Schools are considered the institution where young adults prepare themselves for their future. MSIP 6 contains several standards and indicators that relate to Career Planning and Development. During this training, we will review MSIP 6 directly related to Career Planning. This training will ask you to consider difficult questions as we answer, "Why Career Development.” Take a moment and answer these questions - How would my school define - Success Ready Student? Where do we systemically support Career Development in our curriculum? Do we believe all students should have a plan? Participants will be asked to reflect on current practices, weigh their progress, and establish action steps to reach the desired goals they have for their school community. We will discuss a progression sequence when using worksheets, activities, and assessments within Missouri Connections and introduce the Middle and High School Frameworks to support career development grades 5-12. Participants should include middle and high school counselors, career educators, instructors, transition educators, administrators, and others who work with students in career awareness, exploration, development, and planning. Participants should bring a laptop or similar device

7. Site Administrator Management

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B105 Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, University of MO (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 9/13/2022

On-Site/Virtual Training Overview Site Administrators and Staff Account holders are essential to the effective use of Missouri Connections. This training will demonstrate administrative tools to manage student portfolios for schools that do not use Clever to access student portfolios as well as those schools that use Clever. Agenda Training will demonstrate from the site administrator/staff account perspective ● Missouri Connections Overview ○ Versions - Career Trek, Junior, High School, College, Adult ○ Account Types ● Site Administrator/Staff Access ● Overview of Clever ● Portfolio Management ○ Add Portfolios - Single/Multiple/Student Created ○ Reset Passwords ○ Transfer Portfolios ○ Merge Portfolios ○ Hidden/Deleted Portfolios ● Create Groups/Add Members

8. Missouri Connections CIS360 Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) Training

Program: RPDC - Northeast

Location: 4 Truman State University (Kirksville, MO)

Audience: High School Counselors and rootEd Advisors.

Dates: 9/14/2022

8th-12th Grade-Level Components, Student Course Planner, and District/Site Setup Combo

DATE: Wed, Sept 14, '22

TIME: 9am-3pm

LOCATION:Truman St Univ VH1300

COST: Free (includes User Guide)-lunch on your own

In this training, participants will
-explore the CIS360 Individual Career & Academic Plan (ICAP) 8th-12th Grade-Level Components & Student Course Planner from a student perspective,
-learn how to report on & access the information after students have completed it, &
-learn what pre-work needs to be done before the platform is ready for students to successfully complete their ICAP.

The ICAP is
>a plan of study to guide students through coursework & activities for achieving personal career goals, post-secondary planning, & providing individual pathway options;
>a multi-year process, beginning no later than grade 8;
>a guide for students & families to explore career, academic, & multiple post-secondary opportunities to include direct access to the workforce, military, tech school/area career center, voc training, & 2- & 4-year colleges; &
>a "roadmap” to help students develop awareness, knowledge, attitudes, & skills to create their own meaningful pathways to be success-ready graduates.

The Student Course Planner
>is part of the development of the ICAP; &
>enables students to choose a district-defined pathway, which pre-populates courses across grades. The base pathway is always Graduation Requirements. Students can then focus their efforts on the decisions that matter.

As students complete ICAP components & select courses within MO Connections CIS360, the information populates to a printable ICAP document compliant with legislative requirements of SB 638-Sect 167.903 & MSIP 6.

Participants are asked to bring a laptop to access the internet & their course catalog with school-specific subject/course keys.

9. Missouri Connections CIS360 Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) Training - Palmyra

Program: RPDC - Northeast

Location: 4 Palmyra, MO (Palmyra, MO)

Audience: High School Counselors and rootEd Advisors.

Dates: 9/15/2022

8th-12th Grade-Level Components, Student Course Planner, and District/Site Setup Combo

DATE: Th, Sept 15, '22

TIME: 9am-3pm

LOCATION:NE Power-Palmyra

COST: Free (includes User Guide)-lunch on your own

In this training, participants will
-explore the CIS360 Individual Career & Academic Plan (ICAP) 8th-12th Grade-Level Components & Student Course Planner from a student perspective,
-learn how to report on & access the information after students have completed it, &
-learn what pre-work needs to be done before the platform is ready for students to successfully complete their ICAP.

The ICAP is
>a plan of study to guide students through coursework & activities for achieving personal career goals, post-secondary planning, & providing individual pathway options;
>a multi-year process, beginning no later than grade 8;
>a guide for students & families to explore career, academic, & multiple post-secondary opportunities to include direct access to the workforce, military, tech school/area career center, voc training, & 2- & 4-year colleges; &
>a "roadmap” to help students develop awareness, knowledge, attitudes, & skills to create their own meaningful pathways to be success-ready graduates.

The Student Course Planner
>is part of the development of the ICAP; &
>enables students to choose a district-defined pathway, which pre-populates courses across grades. The base pathway is always Graduation Requirements. Students can then focus their efforts on the decisions that matter.

As students complete ICAP components & select courses within MO Connections CIS360, the information populates to a printable ICAP document compliant with legislative requirements of SB 638-Sect 167.903, & MSIP 6.

Participants are asked to bring a laptop to access the internet & their course catalog with school-specific subject/course keys.

10. Systematic Approach to Career-Life Preparedness/MSIP 6 and Career Planning

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: MS & HS Counselors, Career Educators, Transition Educators, and Administrators

Dates: 9/16/2022

Schools are where young adults prepare themselves for their future. MSIP 6 contains l standards and indicators that relate to Career Planning and Development. During this training, we will review MSIP 6 directly related to Career Planning. Take a moment and answer these questions - How would my school define - Success Ready Student? Do we systemically support Career Development in our curriculum? Do we believe all students should have a plan? Participants will reflect on current practices, weigh their progress, and establish action steps to reach the desired goals. We will discuss a progression sequence when using worksheets, activities, and assessments within Missouri Connections and introduce the Middle and High School Frameworks to support career development grades 5-12.

This training will be held in person at the Central RPDC in Warrensburg. It will also be zoomed virtually for those who cannot attend in person.

11. Missouri Connections High School Version

Program: RPDC - Heart of MO - Regional Professional Development Center

Location: B105 Assessment Resource Center, 2800 Maguire Blvd, University of MO (Columbia, MO)

Dates: 9/19/2022

On-Site/Virtual Training Overview The Missouri Connections High School version provides ● Interactive career exploration features ● Career awareness of the 6 Career Paths and 16 Career Clusters ● Self-awareness and career assessments ● Tools for creating an Individual Career & Academic Plan (ICAP) ● Information on post-secondary educational options including institutions, degree/certificate programs, programs of study, financial aid, etc. ● Information on career opportunities including, military, self-employment and green jobs ● Employment process resources including Resume Creator, Job Search and Business Finder ● Agenda Training will demonstrate from the student perspective ● Login/Access User Portfolios (Standard and Clever options) ○ User Account Settings ○ High School/Junior Version Toggle ● Overview of Menus ○ Assessments ○ Occupation ○ Education ○ Employment ○ Plan ● Personal Learning Plan ● Grades 9-12 Framework ● Resources

12. CIS 360 - ICAP Components, Student Course Planner, and District/Site Set Up

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: MS & HS Counselors, Career Educators, Transition Educators, and Administrators

Dates: 10/6/2022

This training will provide an overview of the Missouri Individual Career & Academic Plan (ICAP) available as a part of Missouri Connections CIS360 and how it fits MSIP 6 standards. It is composed of 3 parts:

1. ICAP grade level components. Allows students to choose a career path and explore occupations.
2. Course Planner from the student view. Allows students to enter course selections into their ICAP to be reviewed annually per MSIP 6 standards.
3. Course Planner from the site administrator view which enables each school district to enter subjects, terms, courses, pathways, dual enrollment information and awarding bodies.

This training will be held in person at the Central RPDC in Warrensburg. It will also be zoomed virtually for those who cannot attend in person.

13. Site Administrator Management

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: MS & HS Counselors, Career Educators, Transition Educators, and Administrators

Dates: 10/18/2022

Site Administrators and Staff Account holders are essential to the effective use of Missouri Connections. This training will demonstrate administrative tools to manage student portfolios for schools that do not use Clever to access student portfolios as well as those schools that use Clever.

This training will be held in person at the Central RPDC in Warrensburg. It will also be zoomed virtually for those who cannot attend in person.

14. Missouri Connections High School Version

Program: RPDC - Central

Location: 9 Central RPDC (Warrensburg, MO) [map]

Audience: MS & HS Counselors, Career Educators, Transition Educators, and Administrators

Dates: 11/8/2022

The Missouri Connections High School version provides an inclusive look at the written curriculum found within the many components of Missouri Connections. The use of this curriculum helps the student learn about themselves and gives them a guided way to explore career paths, occupations, work skills, post-secondary options, scholarships, and the military. We will look at the resume creator and the job search and business finder.

This training will be held in person at the Central RPDC in Warrensburg. It will also be zoomed virtually for those who cannot attend in person.