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Table of Contents,Acknowledgements 5,Automotive Service Executive Summary 11. Research Synopsis 17,Blueprint 19, Unit 1 Fundamentals I Brakes and Introduction to Electrical Electronic Systems 22. Unit 2 Basic Electrical Electronic Systems 65,Unit 3 Advanced Electrical Electronic Systems 81. Unit 4 Engine Performance I 96,Unit 5 Engine Performance II 123. Unit 6 Suspension Steering Systems and Alternative Fuels 138. Student Competency Profile for Automotive Service Technology 158. Recommended Tools and Equipment 161,Appendix A 21st Century Skills Standards 166.
Appendix B Academic Standards 167,Appendix C ACT College Readiness Standards 173. Appendix D 2005 Automotive Service Program Standards 186. Appendix E National Educational Technology Standards for Students 188. Acknowledgments, The Automotive Service Technology Curriculum Framework and Supporting Materials was adopted by. the Mississippi Board of Education on May 16 2008 The following persons were serving on the state. board at the time,Dr Hank M Bounds Executive Secretary. Mr Claude Hartley Chair,Mr William Harold Jones Vice Chair. Mr Howell Hal N Gage,Dr O Wayne Gann,Ms Rebecca Harris.
Mr Charles McClelland,Ms Sondra Parker Caillavet,Ms Rosetta Richards. Dr David Sistrunk, Mike Mulvihill as Interim Associate Superintendent of Education for the Office of Vocational Education. and Workforce Development at the Mississippi Department of Education assembled an oversight. committee to provide input throughout the development of the Automotive Service Technology. Curriculum Framework and Supporting Materials Members of this task force were as follows. Dr Kay Berry Simpson County School District, Dr Sam Bounds Mississippi Association of School Superintendents. Ms Beverly Brahan Mississippi Association of Educators. Mr David Campbell Mississippi Association of Middle Level Educators. Ms Tommye Dale Favre Mississippi Department of Employment Security. Ms Mary Hardy Mississippi PTA, Dr Anna Hurt Mississippi Association of School Administrators. Mr Jay Moon Mississippi Manufacturers Association, Dr Dean Norman Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems Extension.
Mr Michael Ray Western Line School District,Mr George Schloegal Hancock Bank. Ms Charlene Sproles Mississippi School Counselor Association. Mr Mike Thomas North American Coal Corporation,Mr Pete Walley Institutions of Higher Learning. Mr Clarence Ward Boys and Girls Clubs of the Gulf Coast. Dr Debra West State Board for Community and Junior Colleges. A special thanks is extended to the members of the Automotive Service Technology Curriculum. Framework and Supporting Materials Professional Advisory Team Members of this team include the. Dean Batton Simpson County Vocational Center,Annie Covington Coffeeville Public Schools. Linda Davis Millsaps Vocational Center,Dave Ellison Hinds Community College. Jimmy Flynt Empire Trucks,Scott Kolle Research and Curriculum Unit.
Rick McDonald Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. Ted Mangum Jones County Vocational Center,Michael Myrick Canton Career Center. Tommy Nance Fowler Buick,Ray Orr Itawamba Community College. Danny Owen Tupelo Public Schools,Ben Pratt Northeast Mississippi Community College. Rick Saucier Hancock County Vo Tech Center,Chad Smith Smith Brothers Collision Repair. Dale Smith Thomson Machinery,Cravin Turnage Holly Springs Public Schools.
Earl White Mississippi Department of Education, Also a special thanks is extended to the teachers who contributed teaching and assessment materials. that are included in the framework and supporting materials Members who contributed are as follows. Dr Paul Cuicchi Starkville School District Starkville MS. John McGee Starkville School District Starkville MS. Danny Owen Tippah County School District Ripley MS. Nick Wages Jackson County School District Vancleave MS. James Burrus Panola County School District Batesville MS. Prentiss Fults Hinds County School District Raymond MS. Kevin Hancock Madison County School District Madison MS. Dale Henry East Mississippi Community College Mayhew MS. Antoine Kimble Oxford High School Oxford MS, Appreciation is also expressed to the following staff members at the Mississippi Department of. Education who provided guidance and insight throughout the development process. Sam Davis Program Coordinator and Division Director Office of Vocational Education and. Workforce Development Mississippi Department of Education Jackson MS. Bill McGrew Division Director of Instructional Programs and Student Organizations Office of. Vocational Education and Workforce Development Mississippi Department of Education. Chris Wall Bureau Director of Instructional Programs and Student Organizations Office of. Vocational Education and Workforce Development Mississippi Department of Education. Finally standards in the Automotive Service Technology Curriculum Framework and Supporting. Materials are based on the following,Industry Standards. National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation was founded in 1983 as an. independent nonprofit organization with a single mission To evaluate technician training. programs against standards developed by the automotive industry and recommend qualifying. programs for certification accreditation by ASE the National Institute for Automotive Service. Excellence For more information visit http www natef org Reprinted with permission. Academic Standards, Mississippi Department of Education Subject Area Testing Program. ACT College Readiness Standards, The College Readiness Standards are sets of statements intended to help.
students understand what is expected of them in preparation for the. ACT These standards are integrated into teaching and assessment. strategies throughout the curriculum framework, 21st Century Skills and Information and Communication Technologies Literacy. In defining 21st century learning the Partnership for 21st Century Skills has embraced five. content and skill areas that represent the essential knowledge for the 21st century global. awareness civic engagement financial economic and business literacy learning skills that. encompass problem solving critical thinking and self directional skills and Information and. Communication Technology ICT literacy Reprinted with permission. National Educational Technology Standards for Students. Reprinted with permission from National Educational Technology Standards for Students. Connecting Curriculum and Technology copyright 2007 ISTE International Society for. Technology in Education 1 800 336 5191 U S and Canada or 1 541 302 3777 International. iste iste org www iste org All rights reserved Permission does not constitute an endorsement. Secondary vocational technical education programs in Mississippi are faced with many challenges. resulting from sweeping educational reforms at the national and state levels Schools and teachers are. increasingly being held accountable for providing true learning activities to every student in the. classroom This accountability is measured through increased requirements for mastery and attainment. of competency as documented through both formative and summative assessments. The courses in this document reflect the statutory requirements as found in Section 37 3 49 Mississippi. Code of 1972 as amended Section 37 3 46 In addition this curriculum reflects guidelines imposed by. federal and state mandates Laws 1988 ch 487 14 Laws 1991 ch 423 1 Laws 1992 ch 519 4. eff from and after July 1 1992 Carl D Perkins Vocational Education Act IV 2007 and No Child Left. Behind Act of 2001,Automotive Service Executive Summary. Program Description, Automotive Service is a pathway for students in the Transportation career cluster The following. description is from the current Standard Course of Study for Career Technical Education Mississippi. Department of Education,Industry Certification, The Automotive Service pathway includes classroom and hands on experiences that prepare students. for employment or continuing education in the auto service industry This program was written to. incorporate the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence ASE learning objectives content. and hours Any student who successfully completes this program will be eligible to apply to obtain the. ASE exams ASE requires 2 years of employment before certificates are issued Students receive 1 year. of credit for completion of the secondary program Students who take certifications before the 2 year. requirement is met will be granted certifications after they complete 1 year of automotive employment. This is a national certification program recognized throughout the automotive service industry Each. district should implement a maximum student number due to the size of each lab. Assessment, Students will be assessed using the Automotive Service MS CPAS2 test The MS CPAS2 blueprint can.
be found at http info rcu msstate edu services curriculum asp If there are questions regarding. assessment of this program please contact the Transportation Instructional Design Specialists at the. Research and Curriculum Unit at 662 325 2510,Student Prerequisites. In order for students to be able to experience success in the Automotive Service pathway the following. student prerequisites are in place,1 C or Higher in English the previous year. 2 C or Higher in Math last course taken or the instructor can specify the math. 3 Instructor Approval,1 TABE Reading Score eighth grade or higher. 2 Instructor Approval,1 Instructor Approval,Proposed Applied Academic Credit. Applied Mathematics content from the curriculum was aligned to the 2007 Mississippi Mathematics. Framework Revised Academic Benchmarks It is proposed that upon the completion of this program. students will earn 1 2 Applied Mathematics credit that can be used for graduation requirements. Applied Physics content from the curriculum was aligned to the 2007 Mississippi Science Framework. Revised Academic Benchmarks It is proposed that upon the completion of this program option 1 or. option 2 students will earn 1 2 Applied Physics credit that can be used for graduation requirements. The applied academic credit has not been approved by the Mississippi Commission on School. Accreditation or by the State Board of Education If there are questions regarding applied academic. credit please contact the Coordinator of Workforce Education at the Research and Curriculum Unit at. 662 325 2510,Licensure Requirements, A 966 educator license is required to teach the Automotive Service pathway courses The requirements.
for the 966 licensure endorsement are listed below. 1 Applicant must have earned a 2 year college degree associate s degree or higher from an. accredited institution of higher education, 2 Applicant must have 2 years of documented automotive service experience. 3 Applicant must enroll immediately in the Vocational Instructor Preparation VIP or the Redesign. Education Program REP, 4 Applicant must complete the individualized professional development plan PDP requirements. of the VIP or REP prior to the expiration date of the 3 year vocational license. 5 Applicant must hold ASE certificates in brakes electrical electronics engine performance and. steering and suspension, 6 Applicant must successfully complete an approved computer literacy certification exam. 7 Applicant must successfully complete a certification for an online learning workshop module or. course that is approved by the Mississippi Department of Education. 8 The applicant must successfully complete an Automotive Service certification workshop. module or course that is approved by the Mississippi Department of Education. Professional Learning, The professional learning itinerary for the middle school or individual pathways can be found at. http rcu redesign edu If you have specific questions about the content of each training session. provided you will need to contact the Research and Curriculum Unit at 662 325 2510 and ask for. the Professional Learning Specialist,Course Outline.
This pathway provides options for local school districts to implement based on student needs and. scheduling demand The first option groups units into one credit courses for a total of four Carnegie. units The second option groups units into two credit courses A description of each option is listed next. The Automotive Service pathway emphasizes industry based content with time being allocated between. lecture and lab activities Safety is an integral part of every course and activity The content is aligned. with National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence ASE standards to ensure that programs can. be recommended for certification by National Automotive Technicians Educational Foundation NATEF. There are four courses in this option Fundamentals I Brakes and Introduction to Electrical Electronic. Systems Advanced Electrical Electronic Systems Engine Performance I and Engine Performance II and. Suspension Steering Systems and Alternative Fuels Courses should be scheduled so the student. completes all courses in 2 years, Course Description Automotive Service Fundamentals I Brakes and Introduction to. Electrical Electronic Systems course contains an introduction safety measurement and tool technical. references content It also contains an introduction to brake systems disc brakes drum brakes and. antilock brakes This course also contains an introduction to electrical electronic systems information. Appendix A 21st Century Skills Standards 166 Appendix B Academic Standards 167 Appendix C ACT College Readiness Standards 173 Appendix D 2005 Automotive Service Program Standards 186 Appendix E National Educational Technology Standards for Students 188 4 5 Acknowledgments The Automotive Service Technology Curriculum Framework and Supporting Materials was

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