CCCTT Project

 

ccctt-logoThe College and Career Competency Team Training (CCCTT) project is a collaborative professional development initiative led by the Arizona Department of Education and the University of Kansas, Research Collaboration. The purpose of this project is to support educators as they more systematically and comprehensively develop students’ intrapersonal and interpersonal competencies for increased educational achievement, motivation, and improved post-school outcomes. 

 

Upcoming Webinars

Webinar Information

CCCTT Orientation Webinar

Description—- This webinar will provide information about the College and Career Competency Team Training (CCCTT)  and will discuss the commitment involved with participating in the 2-3 year capacity-building grant. The importance of selecting the proper team members, the logistics of participating, the grant application process, as well as the budget will all be discussed. Listen in to this conversation to determine if your school/ district can benefit from this fantastic opportunity!

Time & Date—Wednesday, February 8, 2017 from 3:00p.m.-4:00p.m.  

Register for the CCCTT Orientation Webinar

CCC Framework Webinar

Description—-This webinar will provide information about the College and Career Competency Team Training (CCCTT) and how it promotes the systematic implementation of intra- and interpersonal competency instruction and experiences across the whole school environment. This webinar will offer an overview of the CCC methodology and an explanation of the multi-tiered system of support approach for all students as they transition to post-school life. Please join us for a conversation on the possibility of your school participating in this fantastic capacity-building grant!

Time & Date—Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 3:00p.m.-4:00p.m. 

Register for the CCC Framework Webinar

 

Handouts

Arizona College & Career Competency Team Training Flyer

Arizona’s College and Career Competency Team Training

These handouts offer more information in regards to the following CCCTT related topics:

  • Purpose of the CCCTT Project
  • General Overview
  • Training Content

The CCCTT Funding Application will be available on the Grants Management Enterprise (GME) system at a later date for the teams that are selected to participate in the training.

 

Participating CCCTT Teams, 2012-2016 Cohorts

CCCTT Map of 2014-2016 Cohorts and 2015-2017 Cohorts

 

 

CCCTT 2016-17 Dates
2015-17, Year 2 Cohort
Session Dates, Location & Teams
Transition Conference DATES 8/29/16-8/31/16
LOCATION Talking Stick Resort
TEAMS SCHEDULED TO ATTEND ALL TEAMS
4 DATES 9/28/16-9/29/16
LOCATION ADE
3300 N. Central Ave.
16th  Floor, Rooms 16-102, 16-103 & 16-104
Phoenix, AZ 85012
TEAMS SCHEDULED TO ATTEND ALL TEAMS
5 DATES 11/9/16 11/10/16
LOCATION ADE
3300 N. Central Ave. 16th  Floor, Room 16-103 Phoenix, AZ 85012
ADE
3300 N. Central Ave.
16th  Floor, Rooms 16-103 & 16-104
Phoenix, AZ 85012
TEAMS SCHEDULED TO ATTEND

Flowing Wells

Nogales

St. David

Tucson

Apache Junction

Dysart USD

Pan-American Charter School

Phoenix USD

Scottsdale USD

Southwest Leadership Academy

Success Schools- AZ Charter Academy

6 DATES 4/4/17 4/5/17
LOCATION ADE
3300 N. Central Ave.
16th  Floor, Rooms 16-103 & 16-104
Phoenix, AZ 85012
ADE
3300 N. Central Ave.
16th  Floor, Rooms 16-103 & 16-104
Phoenix, AZ 85012
TEAMS SCHEDULED TO ATTEND

Flowing Wells

Nogales

St. David

Tucson

Apache Junction

Dysart USD
Pan-American Charter School

Phoenix USD

Scottsdale USD

Southwest Leadership Academy

Success Schools- AZ Charter Academy

CCCTT Reports

Resource Links

Research Collaboration
National Research Council (Education for Life and Work)
Promoting Grit, Tenacity and Perseverance
Arizona Secondary Transition
Arizona’s Post School Outcomes – Data Collection and Analysis
Arizona Promising Practices
Early Warning Systems
National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center (NSTTAC)
National Drop Out Prevention Center
Transition Coalition
Center for Research on Learning

 

Contact Us

Jeannette Zemeida
Telephone: (602) 542-3855
Fax: (602) 542-5404
E-mail: [email protected]


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