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The iCEV CTE Blog

The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.

Bri Stauffer

For nearly 10 years, Bri has focused on creating content to address the questions and concerns educators have about teaching classes, preparing students for certifications, and making the most of the iCEV curriculum system.

Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Health Science

By: Bri Stauffer
May 10th, 2023

There are five overarching industry pathways for CTE students interested in pursuing a career in healthcare.

Health Science

By: Bri Stauffer
February 2nd, 2023

High school health science teachers are always on the lookout for resources that prepare their students for careers in healthcare.


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Personal Finance | Middle School

By: Bri Stauffer
January 12th, 2023

Personal financial literacy is a crucial soft skill for middle school students and is required in many career readiness and elective classes.

Career and Technical Education (CTE) | CTE Month

By: Bri Stauffer
January 12th, 2023

As a career and technical education (CTE) teacher, you know the importance of preparing students for the workforce — no matter which CTE career cluster or pathway they follow. But how do you express that importance to your students, school, and community? That’s where CTE Month comes in!

Health Science | Principles of Health Science | Texas

By: Bri Stauffer
December 14th, 2022

As a health science curriculum provider, we work with thousands of health science teachers every year, many of whom are in Texas.

Computer Applications | High School

By: Bri Stauffer
November 22nd, 2022

High school computer teachers face a unique challenge. You have hundreds of students to teach, so planning lessons takes hours of personal time every week. Creating computer applications lessons that are current, engaging, and will prepare your students isn’t easy! Unfortunately, it can be overwhelming to find computer applications lesson plans that are engaging and relevant to high schoolers. So where do you start?