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

Jim Schultz

Jim is an entrepreneur with a love for empowering life-long learning in all people. As the Founder and President of AES, Jim engages in and shares an interest in helping make teachers' lives easier so they can focus on building lifelong learners. With his passion for learning and education, Jim lives the values and purpose of AES daily in his work with educators. Beyond the day-to-day, Jim balances life at AES with running, sports, and staying up with his wife Tracy and their five children.

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Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Curriculum Development | Digital Curriculum

Developing Awesome CTE Curriculum: What You Should Know

By: Jim Schultz
May 4th, 2017

When teachers are reviewing our career and technical education (CTE) curriculum for use in their classrooms, they often ask us questions to determine if we are the right fit for their needs. Because many students go directly into the workforce after completing a program, CTE teachers are wary when choosing curriculum because students must be provided with correct information. Not to mention the fact that teachers need to meet state standards and prepare their students for certification!

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Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Flipped Classroom | Teaching Strategies

How To Experience the Benefits of a Flipped Classroom in CTE

By: Jim Schultz
March 30th, 2017

As a CTE curriculum provider, teachers often ask us for ideas on how best to use eLearning curriculum in their classroom. While we know every classroom and set of students is unique, one option we suggest is a flipped classroom approach. When we share this, some teachers ask questions like “What is a flipped classroom?” and “What are the benefits of a flipped classroom?”

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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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Health Science | NCHSE

Expert Advice on How to Help CTE Health Science Programs

By: Jim Schultz
February 23rd, 2017

As I travel to different Career and Technical Education (CTE) health science programs around the country, I hear many questions from health science educators. At AES, while we like to answer as many questions as we can, sometimes it’s better to have an expert share their thoughts.

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Computer Applications | Google Apps

How To Overcome 4 Big Challenges When Creating Google Lesson Plans

By: Jim Schultz
September 1st, 2016

Are you in search of Google lesson plans, but stuck trying to juggle everything else you need to accomplish? Computer applications teachers face many challenges when trying to create engaging, interactive lessons. As a curriculum developer we hear from hundreds of computer teachers about their struggles. In working with these teachers, we hear many different stories like these:

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Business Education

High School Business Curriculum Textbooks vs. Digital Content

By: Jim Schultz
March 12th, 2014

Each year, we at Applied Educational Systems talk and meet with hundreds of Business Education teachers throughout the United States. This is the best part of the job, asking questions and listening to the challenges and issues of administrators and teachers in CTE and elective courses. And because so many folks know our thoughts and feelings on all things in "high school business curriculum," they often ask us about the differences between textbooks, eBooks and the content we are offering on the cloud.

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