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GA Department of Education: Middle School CS Course Survey

GA Department of Education: Middle School CTAE (CS) Course Survey

A major goal for the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) Division’s Middle School Career Preparation Project is to provide essential industry-validated knowledge and skills for Georgia’s students as they navigate toward choosing a secondary career pathway that eventually will prepare them for greater college and career success.  Modeled after the national secondary Career Clusters configuration utilized by most of the United States, Georgia’s CTAE Division is creating a middle school program to prepare students to matriculate to high school and postsecondary prepared to master the essential technical skills for their future. This effort results in the development of the preparatory introductory courses in each middle school cluster area to help students transition to high school better prepared for technical attainment. These foundational courses were created through the collaborative efforts of business and industry partner leadership, middle and high school teachers, and local system CTAE education leaders.

Please complete the following online questionnaire regarding the Georgia Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Career Clusters/Pathway foundational courses.  If you wish to review more than one foundational course, please feel free to complete a separate online questionnaire.

Should you have any questions and/or concerns regarding this questionnaire, please contact Delda Hagin, Program Specialist, dhagin@doe.k12.ga.us

Approved Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Exploratory Programs 

Survey Questions

Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements pertaining to the Career Cluster/Pathway foundational course specified above.  Please use the following scale to indicate your opinions.  

 

1 = Strongly Disagree

2 = Disagree

3 = Don’t Know

4 = Agree

5 = Strongly Agree

1. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards are clear and understandable. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
2. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards define what students should know and be able to do. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
3. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards are appropriate for the student’s career pathway development. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
4. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards are rigorous enough to challenge learners. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
5. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards are sufficient for a full 9-weeks of study. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
6. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards can measure student performance by teacher-developed tests, projects, and performance-based assessments and/or related assessments. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
7. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards are consistent with business and industry standards in the career field. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
8. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards show evidence of career relevance. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
9. The Georgia Middle School CTAE course standards include employability skills that are most important for workforce readiness. *This question is required.
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeDon't KnowAgreeStrongly Agree
10. Which two items below are most important for successful implementation of this Georgia Career Cluster/Pathway foundational course?
Optional:
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