ctec501 | Graduate
Career And Technical Education Curriculum And Instruction
Methods of teaching career and technical education, including interdisciplinary cross-curricular instruction and the integration of Common Core State Standards into the career and technical education (CTE) curriculum are emphasized. Participants design curriculum and instruction to meet the needs of the diverse CTE student. Strategies for incorporating instructional technology, developing employability skills, and generating authentic assessments are also examined.
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Managing the CTE Classroom
- Create a CTE classroom management plan.
- Create a learning environment that addresses the needs of diverse learners.
- Identify how to meet state-wide program review requirements.
Assessment and Testing
- Identify authentic assessments for CTE students.
- Develop assessments that measure CTE learning objectives.
Transitioning the CTE Student into the Workforce
- Describe strategies to enhance CTE student employability.
- Identify programs that help transition the CTE student into the workforce.
Instructional Methods of CTE
- Apply effective methods for CTE instruction.
- Identify strategies for using instructional technology to support CTE student learning.
- All objectives apply.
Interdisciplinary Cross-Curricular Coordination in the CTE Classroom
- Explain the value of interdisciplinary cross-curricular coordination.
- Create plans to coordinate cross-curricular instruction.
- Incorporate Common Core State Standards into CTE curriculum.
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