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This Knowledge Transfer Roadmap provides background information on the experience, foundation, organization, and presentation of content into curriculum which meets New York State Education Department standards. It was developed in response to the challenges and issues outlined in the November 2006 open letter distributed by Richard P. Mills, President of the University of the State of New York and Commissioner of Education.

NYS - Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision
Pre - Nov 2000
Executive Summary
Post Nov 2000

The curriculum is being prepared for submission to:

The University of the State of New York
The State Education Department
Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision


1  

Company Mission

1.1

Inputs

Textbook Authors

Software Sources

Knowledge Base

Certification Standards

Consultancy

2  
Expertise
2.1

Experience

Course Search Engine Training Services Demonstrated Excellence Specialized Training Services

2.2
Services

Submit IT Questions

Skillset Assessment

Training Aids and Reference Cards

2.3

Resource

NRV: Nationally Recognized Vendors

2.4

Resource

Courseware - No NRV, Scarcity of Textbooks, and Hybrid Information Technology
Courseware Library Courseware as Learning Center
2.5
Resource
 Aggregation and Research
Emerging Technologies Technology Updates Answers to Questions
Mobile Device - Field Research Public Library Project Instructor Guides
3
New York State Requirements

Application of NYS ED BPSS Standards:
PG-5-1100, PG-7-0201, and PG-23-0902

New York State Registered Business School Teacher Licensing: BPSS 16 / BPSS 142

Certification Courses for Proprietary School Instructors

3.1
Output

Course #1 - Basic Teaching Methods

Course #2 - Managing the Classroom

Course #3 - Becoming a More Effective Teacher

3.2
Output
Teaching Models: Return on Investment Application of Methodologies and Theories
3.3
Output
Practicum Traditional Classroom Instruction - Guiding Principles Web-based Training Services - Marshall Boyler: Wisdom
Principles of Change Johari Window
3.4
New York State Requirements
New York State Curriculum: BPSS-30
3.5
Output
Evolving Business Model Technology Driven IT Training Distance-learning Service
   

Web-based Training

Why Web-based Training
   
Moodle Web-based Training by CETi
Initial Curriculum Submission
3.6
Output
Computer Applications UNIX and Linux Java Mainframe
3.7
Output
Presentation
Outline
Copyright
Acknowledgement
Performance
Objectives
Student
Handout
Alternative Textbook Training
Aids
Bibliography Exercises /
Workshop
3.8

Output

Additional curriculum are being developed and categorized. They will be submitted to NYS ED BPSS for review and licensure.

3.9

Output

Consumerization of Information Technology Enterprise Computing
3.10
Output
Business Professionals and Webmasters
Computer Applications, Web Apps, and Software as a Service
Web 2.0: RIA, APIs, and Scalability
Linux- and UNIX- variant Operating Systems
Microsoft Internetworking
Scripting Languages
Scalable Databases
Web Servers
Information Technology Professionals
Programming Languages
Internet and Mobile Device Programming
Java Development Platform and Language
Microsoft .NET Development Platform 1
Oracle Development Platform
Oracle WebLogic Server
XML Platform and Programming
4
New York State Requirement
Catalog Approved in November 2002 by NYS ED BPSS
4.1
Output

To be resubmitted with modifications: enrollment form consistent in all medium - paper and electronic, additional courses for the previously approved NYS ED BPSS catalogs, and new curriculum.

Business Professionals and Webmasters Information Technology Professionals
4.2
Output
Computer Applications Catalog Mainframe Catalog 1
UNIX Catalog Java Catalog
4.3
Research
Emerging Technologies and Markets - Work in Progress
   
Information Technology in Transition Mobile Computing Devices and IoT: Internet of Things
Cloud Computing Big Data and NoSQL
4.4
Output
Web Calendars
Web calendars will be populated with curriculum approved by the New York State Department of Education, Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision.
     
4.5
Output 2
Private Courses Distance-learning Training Programs Course Schedules
Content Delivery Selection User ID Required Industry Standard and Client-specific Enrollment

Copyright Acknowledgement:
CETi makes no representations of ownership on the software categorized, analyzed, and listed on its websites. Source software intellectual property and copyright is stated on each website.

Footnote 1:
Microsoft .net is the registered trademark associated with the intellectual property and software copyright of Microsoft Corporation. In order to distinguish the CETi brand training service from Microsoft certification, the course search engine and websites spells lower case "dot net" .NET in all upper case. The CETi MS .NET lesson plans have been developed based upon the experience of staff members and technology partners coding and debugging MS Windows and .NET applications in BM mainframe and hybrid information technology environments.

IBM MQ is the registered trademark associated with the intellectual property and software copyright of IBM Corporation. In order to distinguish the CETi brand training service from IBM certified courses, the course search engine lists IBM WebSphere MQ middleware as IBM MQ (WebSphere MQ).

Footnote 2:
CETi Output 4.5 extends the form-based system submitted by David Shapiro as the required assignment in the New York State Department of Education Bureau of Supervisory School Supervision Director's Course in 2003.