Spend some time with Department of Juvenile Justice employees learning about the DJJ Work Adjustment model and its integrative approach on vocational, educational, and individualized treatments/transitions. These training resources also provide additional information in regard to the Kentucky Core Content and DJJ Curriculum Models. The models are analyzed on a basis of all the state documents and an integration of career documents and career abilities needed for youth to be successful.
A powerful presentation by Sylvia Kuster, Secondary and Post-Secondary consultant for the Department of Juvenile Justice, which introduces the classroom teacher to the Kentucky Core Content and the Department of Juvenile Justice Work Adjustment Model (WAM). Note that Ms. Kuster references the “KCC and DJJ WAM Core Content” materials which you may wish to download and print from the “Downloadable Resources” section below before viewing.
A powerful lesson discussing how to incorporate and recognize learning styles that are encountered in our facilities everyday.
Take time to view Bruce Jennings powerful answers and comments involving the counterbalance of staff turnover, handling of staff/student communications and utilizing small teamwork steps to get to a big finish. Additionally, there is a discussion of the balance between experience and grading.
KCC Checklists MS-HS Spring ’07
Middle School – Arts and Humanities
Middle School – Math
Middle School – PL & Voc Studies
Middle School – Reading
Middle School – Science
Middle School – Social Studies
Middle School – Writing
High School – Arts and Humanities
High School – Math
High School – PL and Voc Studies
High School – Reading
High School – Science
High School – Social Studies
High School – Writing