As a curriculum developer with content to teach career readiness and 21st Century skills, computer teachers often ask how our curriculum aligns with the ISTE Standards for Students.
There are many options out there to help you build a high school health science curriculum, and each one is designed to fit different needs. Because of this, health science teachers need to be certain they find the right program for their classes.
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CTE teachers like you need to teach their students the skills to succeed. You’re an expert in your field, even if you’re not a trained teacher. With a bit of practice, planning, teaching, and grading can all become second nature. But there are some skills that may not be on your radar. You want to do everything you can to get your students off on the right foot once they’re out of the classroom. Today, that requires teaching digital citizenship!
I don't think there's an area of study and learning that is more conducive to problem solving curriculum than career and technical education. It's such a natural fit as students learn real-world skills and practice real-world situations.
Some of you out there in the blogosphere may be wondering, “How does AES develop this amazing web-based curriculum for career and technology education?” No, I didn’t read your minds. We’ve got some really great folks here at AES that know how to find out the questions you are asking. Today, I’ll share with you how Instructional Designers (ID) like me create the courses that your students complete.