Digital curriculum is one of the most recent additions to teaching technology.
Middle schools across the United States have started implementing career readiness as an integral part of education.
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CTE health science teachers across the US need to teach their students how to accurately read EKG strips. This is required for students who want to take the NHA CET exam after completing their program. But not all health science teachers have the time and resources to create real-life scenarios and activities to help their students learn about different arrhythmias.
Medical assisting is one of the most popular health science classes in the country, and almost every one of those classes ends with a certification exam. Two of the most common choices are the NHA CCMA certification and the AMCA CMAC certification. But figuring out which one to use isn’t easy. The certifications have many commonalities and differences, and one may be a better fit for your program than the other. So how do you decide?
Are you thinking of incorporating work-based learning (WBL) into your CTE program? Is WBL worth the time and effort it takes to get started? The short answer is yes! WBL can be an excellent addition to any CTE program. In fact, there are a number of benefits for your students, your CTE program, and your local employers just from implementing WBL!
It’s never easy to teach students how to take initiative. How do you know which students are comfortable with initiative, and how do you help the ones who need it? On top of that, how do you know students have mastered initiative for the workplace? One teacher told us that employers list “initiative” as the biggest issue they face with new employees coming from work-based learning programs. So how can you motivate your students to take initiative in the classroom and the workplace?