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The latest ideas, tips, and trends for CTE, career readiness, business education, and computer applications teachers.

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Health Science | NHA CCMA | Medical Assisting | NCCT NCMA

NHA CCMA vs. NCCT NCMA: What’s the Difference?

By: Bri Stauffer
December 5th, 2019

As a health science curriculum provider, we work with hundreds of medical assisting teachers every year.

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Career Readiness | Middle School | Teachers Pay Teachers (TPT)

Review of Teachers Pay Teachers for Middle School Career Readiness

By: Bri Stauffer
November 28th, 2019

Are you scrambling to find career readiness lesson plans and activities to teach your classes?

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Keeping Students Engaged in CTE: Part 1

Do you struggle to keep your students engaged during your lessons?

Download this free eBook to learn the Do's & Dont's of Student Engagement.

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Medical Assisting | Kaduceus

Kaduceus vs. HealthCenter21: What’s Better Medical Assisting Curriculum?

By: Chris Zook
November 21st, 2019

HealthCenter21 and Kaduceus are two of the most popular curriculum options for health science teachers with medical assisting classes.

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Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science | Health Science Textbooks

5 Best Anatomy & Physiology Textbooks for CTE Health Science (Reviews)

By: Bri Stauffer
November 14th, 2019

Anatomy and physiology is a crucial topic for every health science student to learn.

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Computer Applications | Microsoft Word | Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)

3 Steps to Prep Your Students for the MOS Word 2019 Exam

By: Bri Stauffer
November 7th, 2019

The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Word certification is one of the most popular certifications in computer classes across the country.

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Textbooks | Textbook Alternatives

11 Textbook Alternatives That Teachers Love

By: Chris Zook
October 31st, 2019

Textbooks are the #1 teaching tool used in the United States today. They’re timeless. They’re trusted. They’re the status quo. Because of this, a lot of teachers choose to stick with textbooks for all of their teaching needs. After all, if they worked for the previous generations, they’ll work for this generation too, right? Maybe! That’s a solid line of logic that teachers and administrators regularly consider. But they’re also antiquated, expensive, and out-of-date the minute they’re published.

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