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Kentucky CTE Framework


Standard Description
CTE.AA.1 Utilize effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills Lessons
CTE.AA.2 Participate in conversation, discussion, and group presentations Lessons
CTE.AA.3 Communicate and follow directions/procedures Lessons
CTE.AA.4 Communicate effectively with customers and co-workers Lessons
CTE.AB.1 Locate and interpret written information Lessons
CTE.AB.2 Read and interpret workplace documents Lessons
CTE.AB.3 Identify relevant details, facts, and specifications Lessons
CTE.AB.4 Record information accurately and completely Lessons
CTE.AB.5 Demonstrate competence in organizing, writing, and editing using correct vocabulary, spelling, grammar, and punctuation Lessons
CTE.AB.6 Demonstrate the ability to write clearly and concisely using industry specific terminology Lessons
CTE.AC.1 Utilize critical-thinking skills to determine best options/outcomes (e.g., analyze reliable/unreliable sources of information, use previous experiences, implement crisis management, develop contingency planning) Lessons
CTE.AC.2 Utilize innovation and problem-solving skills to arrive at the best solution for current situation Lessons
CTE.AC.3 Implement effective decision-making skills Lessons
CTE.AD.1 Perform basic and higher level math operations (e.g., addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, fractions, units of conversion, averaging, percentage, proportion, ratios) Lessons
CTE.AD.2 Solve problems using measurement skills (e.g., distance, weight, area, volume) Lessons
CTE.AD.3 Make reasonable estimates Lessons
CTE.AD.4 Use tables, graphs, diagrams, and charts to obtain or convey information Lessons
CTE.AD.5 Use deductive reasoning and problem-solving in mathematics Lessons
CTE.AE.1 Locate, evaluate, and apply personal financial information Lessons
CTE.AE.2 Identify the components of a budget and how one is created Lessons
CTE.AE.3 Set personal financial goals and develop a plan for achieving them Lessons
CTE.AE.4 Use financial services effectively Lessons
CTE.AE.5 Demonstrate ability to meet financial obligations Lessons
CTE.AF.1 Recognize the potential risks associated with Internet use Lessons
CTE.AF.2 Identify and apply Internet security practices (e.g., password security, login, logout, log off, lock computer) Lessons
CTE.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace Lessons
CTE.AG.1 Use technology appropriately to enhance professional presentations Lessons
CTE.AG.2 Demonstrate effective and appropriate use of social media Lessons
CTE.AG.3 Identify ways social media can be used as marketing, advertising, and data gathering tools Lessons
CTE.AH.1 Select and use appropriate devices, services, and applications to complete workplace tasks Lessons
CTE.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls) Lessons
CTE.EA.1 Demonstrate enthusiasm and confidence about work and learning new tasks Lessons
CTE.EA.2 Demonstrate consistent and punctual attendance Lessons
CTE.EA.3 Demonstrate initiative in assuming tasks Lessons
CTE.EA.4 Exhibit dependability in the workplace Lessons
CTE.EA.5 Take and provide direction in the workplace Lessons
CTE.EA.6 Accept responsibility for personal decisions and actions Lessons
CTE.EB.1 Abide by workplace policies and procedures Lessons
CTE.EB.2 Demonstrate honesty and reliability Lessons
CTE.EB.3 Demonstrate ethical characteristics and behaviors Lessons
CTE.EB.4 Maintain confidentiality and integrity of sensitive company information Lessons
CTE.EB.5 Demonstrate loyalty to the company Lessons
CTE.EC.1 Demonstrate appropriate dress and hygiene in the workplace Lessons
CTE.EC.2 Use language and manners suitable for the workplace Lessons
CTE.EC.3 Demonstrate polite and respectful behavior toward others Lessons
CTE.EC.4 Demonstrate personal accountability in the workplace Lessons
CTE.EC.5 Demonstrate pride in work Lessons
CTE.ED.1 Plan and follow a work schedule Lessons
CTE.ED.2 Work with minimal supervision Lessons
CTE.ED.3 Work within budgetary constraints Lessons
CTE.ED.4 Demonstrate ability to stay on task to produce high quality deliverables on time Lessons
CTE.EE.1 Recognize diversity, discrimination, harassment, and equity Lessons
CTE.EE.2 Work well with all customers and co-worker Lessons
CTE.EE.3 Explain the benefits of diversity within the workplace Lessons
CTE.EE.4 Explain the importance of respect for feelings, values, and beliefs of others Lessons
CTE.EE.5 Identify strategies to bridge cultural/generational differences and use differing perspectives to increase overall quality of work Lessons
CTE.EE.6 Illustrate techniques for eliminating gender bias and stereotyping in the workplace Lessons
CTE.EE.7 Identify ways tasks can be structured to accommodate the diverse needs of workers Lessons
CTE.EE.8 Recognize the challenges and advantages of a global workforce Lessons
CTE.EF.1 Recognize the characteristics of a team environment and conventional workplace Lessons
CTE.EF.2 Contribute to the success of the team Lessons
CTE.EF.3 Demonstrate effective team skills and evaluate their importance in the workplace (e.g., setting goals, listening, following directions, questioning, dividing work) Lessons
CTE.EG.1 Contribute new ideas Lessons
CTE.EG.2 Stimulate ideas by posing questions Lessons
CTE.EG.3 Value varying ideas and opinions Lessons
CTE.EG.4 Locate and verify information Lessons
CTE.EH.1 Identify conflict resolution skills to enhance productivity and improve workplace relationships Lessons
CTE.EH.2 Implement conflict resolution strategies and problem-solving skills Lessons
CTE.EH.3 Explain the use of documentation and its role as a component of conflict resolution Lessons
CTE.EI.1 Recognize the importance of and demonstrate how to properly acknowledge customers/clients Lessons
CTE.EI.2 Identify and address needs of customers/clients Lessons
CTE.EI.3 Provide helpful, courteous, and knowledgeable service Lessons
CTE.EI.4 Identify appropriate channels of communication with customers/clients (e.g., phone call, face-to-face, e-mail, website) Lessons
CTE.EI.5 Identify techniques to seek and use customer/client feedback to improve company services Lessons
CTE.EI.6 Recognize the relationship between customer/client satisfaction and company success Lessons
CTE.EJ.1 Define profit and evaluate the cost of conducting business Lessons
CTE.EJ.2 Identify "big picture" issues in conducting business Lessons
CTE.EJ.3 Identify role in fulfilling the mission of the workplace Lessons
CTE.EJ.4 Identify the rights of workers (e.g., adult and child labor laws and other equal employment opportunity laws) Lessons
CTE.EJ.5 Recognize the chain of command, organizational flow chart system, and hierarchy of management within an organization Lessons
CTE.EK.1 Recognize the importance of maintaining a job and pursuing a career Lessons
CTE.EK.2 Define jobs associated with a specific career path or profession Lessons
CTE.EK.3 Identify and seek various job opportunities (e.g., volunteerism, internships, co-op, part-time/full-time employment) Lessons
CTE.EK.4 Prepare a resume, letter of application, and job application Lessons
CTE.EK.5 Prepare for a job interview (e.g., research company, highlight personal strengths, prepare questions, set-up a mock interview, dress appropriately) Lessons
CTE.EK.6 Participate in a job interview Lessons
CTE.EK.7 Explain the proper procedure for leaving a job Lessons
CTE.EL.1 Acquire current and emerging industry-related information Lessons
CTE.EL.2 Demonstrate commitment to learning as a life-long process and recognize learning opportunities Lessons
CTE.EL.3 Seek and capitalize on self-improvement opportunities Lessons
CTE.EL.4 Discuss the importance of flexible career planning and career self-management Lessons
CTE.EL.5 Employ leadership skills to achieve workplace objectives (e.g., personal vision, adaptability, change, shared vision) Lessons
CTE.EL.6 Recognize the importance of job performance evaluation and coaching as it relates to career advancement Lessons
CTE.EL.7 Accept and provide constructive criticism Lessons
CTE.EL.8 Describe the impact of the global economy on jobs and careers Lessons
CTE.EM.1 Identify the value of new technologies and their impact on driving continuous change and the need for life-long learning Lessons
CTE.EM.2 Research and identify emerging technologies for specific careers Lessons
CTE.EM.3 Select appropriate technological resources to accomplish work Lessons
CTE.EN.1 Assume responsibility for safety of self and others Lessons
CTE.EN.2 Follow safety guidelines in the workplace Lessons
CTE.EN.3 Manage personal health and wellness Lessons
CTE.OA.1 Demonstrate proficiency in a word processing package Lessons
CTE.OA.2 Demonstrate proficiency in a spreadsheet package Lessons
CTE.OA.3 Describe common applications of a database Lessons
CTE.OA.4 Demonstrate proficiency in a presentation package Lessons
CTE.OA.5 Send and receive electronic mail Lessons
CTE.OA.6 Print in landscape and portrait orientations Lessons
CTE.OA.7 Apply Internet etiquette and safety Lessons
CTE.OA.8 Explain the differences between a Web browser and a search engine Lessons
CTE.OA.9 Navigate a World Wide Web browser Lessons
CTE.OA.10 Identify Internet search engines and their advantages and disadvantages Lessons
CTE.OA.11 Demonstrate proficiency in the use of the Internet Lessons
CTE.OA.12 Identify what an operating system is, how it works, and be able to solve common problems Lessons
CTE.OA.13 Manipulate (e.g., create, copy, cut, paste, move, rename, delete) files and folders to manage and maintain data Lessons
CTE.OA.14 Discriminate between ethical and unethical uses of computers and information Lessons
CTE.OA.15 Demonstrate an understanding of copyrights and licensing Lessons
CTE.OA.16 Demonstrate an awareness of computer security and a basic understanding of ways to protect a computer (e.g., viruses, Trojans, Malware) Lessons
CTE.OA.17 Explain the impact of computers on society Lessons
CTE.OA.18 Identify types of computers, platforms and devices explaining how they process information and how individual computers interact with other computing systems and devices Lessons
CTE.OA.19 Identify the function of computer hardware components Lessons
CTE.OA.20 Identify how to maintain computer equipment and solve common problems relating to computer hardware Lessons
CTE.OA.21 Identify how software and hardware work together to perform computing tasks and how software is developed and upgraded Lessons
CTE.OA.22 Identify different types of software, general concepts relating to software categories and the tasks to which each type of software is most suited or not suited Lessons
CTE.OA.23 Demonstrate the safe and responsible use of resources, office equipment and machines Lessons
CTE.OB.1 Determine client needs Lessons
CTE.OB.2 Determine the purpose and goals of the project Lessons
CTE.OB.3 Identify target audience Lessons
CTE.OB.4 Identify stakeholders and decision makers Lessons
CTE.OB.5 Define scope of work to meet client requirements Lessons
CTE.OB.6 Evaluate project requirements Lessons
CTE.OB.7 Estimate time requirements Lessons
CTE.OB.8 Create a project plan Lessons
CTE.OB.9 Estimate project pricing Lessons
CTE.OB.10 Demonstrate knowledge of project budgeting, scheduling and control issues related to development and support Lessons
CTE.OB.11 Identify tools and resources for the job Lessons
CTE.OB.12 Identify critical milestones Lessons
CTE.OB.13 Report project status Lessons
CTE.OB.14 Identify software packages (e.g., MS Project, Freeware, Shareware) Lessons
CTE.OC.1 Trace the development of computers and the current industry trends in the programming field Lessons
CTE.OC.2 Describe ways that programming applications can be used in business and industry Lessons
CTE.OC.3 Describe the categories and future trends of programming languages Lessons
CTE.OC.4 Describe the functions of computer hardware, software and computer theory including bits, bytes, binary logic and storage Lessons
CTE.OC.5 Compare and contrast operating systems (e.g., full version, mobile) Lessons
CTE.OC.6 Describe the program development and integration cycle Lessons
CTE.OC.7 Identify the kind of development environments for different programming tasks Lessons
CTE.OD.1 Define a program specification Lessons
CTE.OD.2 Determine alternative solutions to problems Lessons
CTE.OD.3 Identify and create an algorithm Lessons
CTE.OE.1 Demonstrate an understanding of steps for developing a program Lessons
CTE.OE.2 Design a program Lessons
CTE.OE.3 Code the program from an algorithm (e.g., pseudocode, flowchart) Lessons
CTE.OE.4 Run the program with sample data to test its validity Lessons
CTE.OE.5 Develop test data for a given program Lessons
CTE.OE.6 Identify the types and purposes of internal and external documentation Lessons
CTE.OE.7 Identify and explain different types of debugging errors Lessons
CTE.OE.8 Explain program with internal and external documentation Lessons
CTE.OF.1 Identify and use correct syntax - not language specific Lessons
CTE.OF.2 Create an application user interface Lessons
CTE.OF.3 Code a program that will produce formatted output consistent with the program requirements Lessons
CTE.OF.4 Code an application that uses arithmetic operations and built-in functions Lessons
CTE.OF.5 Identify and write a program that uses variables and constants Lessons
CTE.OF.6 Identify and write a program that use Boolean operators Lessons
CTE.OF.7 Identify and write a modular program that uses functions or methods Lessons
CTE.OF.8 Identify and write a program that uses conditional structures Lessons
CTE.OF.9 Identify and write a program that uses looping structures Lessons
CTE.OF.10 Identify and write a program that uses counters and/or accumulators Lessons
CTE.OF.11 Identify and write a program that uses arrays Lessons
CTE.OF.12 Identify and write a program that uses search and sort routines within arrays Lessons
CTE.OF.13 Implement recursion in program code Lessons
CTE.OF.14 Identify and write a program to open, write and read from a data file Lessons
CTE.OF.15 Code an application program to display graphics Lessons
CTE.OF.16 Code a program that uses multimedia Lessons
CTE.OF.17 Code a program to animate objects Lessons
CTE.OF.18 Compare and contrast object-oriented programming vs. a procedural programming Lessons
CTE.OF.19 Identify and code a program using web services Lessons
CTE.OF.20 Define data types (e.g., integers, strings, arrays) Lessons
CTE.OF.21 Determine the usage of the three programming structures (i.e. sequence, repetition, selection/decision) Lessons
CTE.OG.1 Describe database structures Lessons
CTE.OG.2 Design a database with one or more tables for manipulation by program code Lessons
CTE.OG.3 Write code to create, revise, update and delete (CRUD) the database into a program application Lessons
CTE.OG.4 Access a database located on a local area network that uses program code Lessons
CTE.OH.1 Code a complex program from an algorithm (e.g., pseudocode, flowchart) Lessons
CTE.OH.2 Run the program with sample data to determine the validity of an application and error handling procedures Lessons
CTE.OH.3 Explain different types of errors Lessons
CTE.OH.4 Develop program documentation Lessons
CTE.OH.5 Identify advanced debugging concepts Lessons
CTE.OH.6 Develop types of internal and external documentation Lessons
CTE.OH.7 Identify attributes of maintainable code Lessons
CTE.OI.1 Access a database that uses program code Lessons
CTE.OI.2 Develop scripts to support web based applications Lessons
CTE.OI.3 Develop client-server applications Lessons
CTE.OI.4 Configure communication protocols for wide area networks Lessons
CTE.OI.5 Use Internet and Web Page Design Lessons
CTE.OI.6 Use and document electronic resources and references in the development of a program application Lessons
CTE.OI.7 Evaluate the validity of sample code obtained from the Internet and other sources Lessons
CTE.OI.8 Develop a Web page to publish a programming application Lessons
CTE.OJ.1 Describe the process and requirements for obtaining industry certification related to programming Lessons
CTE.OJ.2 Demonstrate the ability to successfully complete selected practice examinations and practice questions similar to those on certification exams Lessons
CTE.OJ.3 Identify testing skills/strategies for taking a certification examination Lessons
CTE.OK.1 Identify careers in the programming field Lessons
CTE.OK.2 Search the Internet and other sources for job opportunities Lessons
CTE.OK.3 Assemble a professional portfolio that contains representative samples of student's work Lessons
CTE.OK.4 Deliver an oral presentation relating to the professional portfolio Lessons
CTE.OK.5 Identify potential employment barriers for nontraditional groups and ways to overcome the barriers Lessons