How do you involve academics in your classroom? Does your school community realize there are integrated skills from their subjects in your class?
Career & Technical Education (CTE) Teachers
I'm looking for other CTE educators that teach the Education & Training Career Path. I'm curious as to how these educators structure and teach their classes under this cluster.
As we come to a close on the decade, what is one myth about teaching that you had to learn about the hard way once you actually started in the classroom?
At our showcase today, scholars demonstrated their technical skills via projects. Students used QR codes to connect with industry via LinkedIn. How do you encourage scholars build their network?
In addition to internships, what types of work-based learning experiences do you offer for your students?
Do you attend the ACTE Conference (Regional or National)? If so, what do you love? If not, what’s the obstacle preventing you from going?
Does anyone have a cheat sheet of Perkins V? The more research I do... the deeper into the rabbit hole I go.
Poisson en papillote (fish cooked in paper) Culinary II production of tilapia with an herbed butter and caramelized onion sauce with lemon served with sautéed asparagus and wild rice pilaf.
CTE is all about “Learning by Doing”, what are some projects that your students produce that you’re proud of?
Thankfully, the Carl D. Perkins CTE Improvement Act has been routinely reauthorized by Presidents, however this time involved new stipulations. Have you been facing any new issues to use that money?
This was how we ended the week in Culinary Arts. Fried chicken breasts stuffed with crispy bacon, Pepper Jack cheese, and green chiles. We served these with mashed potatoes, country gravy, and corn.
For us, the school year is about to begin, but perhaps you may have already started, however it is not too late to set goals. What is one thing you absolutely want to do with your students?