Please join Chippewa Valley Technical College along with ACT, DPI, UW-Stout, secondary and post-secondary educators, and business and industry leaders for a day of exploring and building value in the ACT WorkKeys Assessment. This conference will help all stakeholders understand the assessment, how to examine the data, how to integrate WorkKeys with ACP, and learn how it can be a valuable tool for local business and industry in hiring and skill identification. School and business leaders who are currently using the WorkKeys data will share how you can also make this assessment a valuable tool.

Keynote speaker: Dr. Tony Evers, WI State Superintendent of Education
Agenda:
• Wisconsin Education and the WorkKeys
• Value of the WorkKeys
• ACT Work Ready Communities
• Roundtable of NCRC Companies
• Opportunity to take the WorkKeys assessment
• Breakout sessions
o WorkKeys and ACP
o Using WorkKeys in your school and community partners
o Interpreting and building upon the results
o Job profiling using the WorkKeys assessment
o Understanding the National Career Readiness Certification
o Training using Key Train
o Examining the assessment sections and questions
o WorkKeys student perceptions and self-efficacy
o Discussion time with business and educational leaders
Notes:
• Lunch is provided
• No cost to attend
• Detailed agenda and related information will be sent out early January

RSVP Requested
Please register to attend as soon as possible. Click here to register.

Hands-on workshop coming to Portage in Feb! Discover new ways to integrate STEM skills through hands-on energy activities correlated to NGSS, Common Core, and WI Model Academic Standards. Join the Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) on Monday, Feb. 13 at the CESA 5 office in Portage for 6 hours of professional development. Improve students’ understanding of the importance of energy and energy efficiency using real-world examples. Receive a certificate of participation for your educational portfolio. Your cost of $50 includes lunch and materials, including KEEP’s Energy Education Activity Guide and Student Book. No fee for CESA 5 CTE Council Districts. Substitute reimbursement available!
Register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeooC9beFovV1XYlCAVYJozfBeNYzTmfguw2QRudxAvDitINw/viewform?c=0&w=1.

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WISELearning at CESA 5 today with Kaye Henrickson!
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Congratulations to a number of our Agriculture Education Programs in Wisconsin, recipients of Monsanto's Keep Rural Schools Growing Grants.

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Fall Agriculture Education In-services start in October.

Do any of you have Agriculture Education/FFA LDC Module samples that you are willing to share? As you know, there are not many samples in the library and we are learning to become trainers in North Carolina. Thank you for any help that you may be able to give. jnoble@lenoir.k12.nc.us

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Wisconsin Agriculture Educators collaborating on their SLO's
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Jeff and master educator Roger King taking a tour of the new facilities at Western Tech.  The DPI Workshops are awesome!
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A vault of valuable seeds.  Interesting article and could serve as a discussion in agriculture classes.
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