The iCEV CTE Blog
The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Special Populations
As a CTE teacher, chances are that you have or will have special populations students in your classroom. Meeting these students' individual needs is critical for their success now and in their future careers. But without effective strategies in place, you could feel overwhelmed and unable to help.
Much like the natural ecosystems that make up the world around us, the success of your classroom and students depends on the structure and support provided for them to grow.
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Business Education | Career Readiness | High School | Professionalism
If you teach business education to high school students, chances are that you need to cover job interview skills as part of your career readiness lessons. After all, developing these skills can mean the difference between students earning jobs and not getting the opportunities they deserve.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Classroom Management | Online Learning | New Teacher Advice
In any classroom, academic integrity is paramount to student success. It can be incredibly disappointing to discover your students have cheated in your class and now you’re left wondering how to prevent such a thing from happening again.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) | High School | Culinary Arts | Family & Consumer Sciences
You know the feeling. Sifting through resource after resource, trying to find the best curriculum to develop your students’ foundational culinary skills and build a thriving learning environment. With so many options to choose from, it can be overwhelming. We get it.
Agricultural Science | Industry Certifications | Animal Science
If you teach a high school agriculture course, you’ve probably heard of the Elanco Fundamentals of Animal Science Certification. For many teachers, this is a key certification their students can earn to prove their knowledge and gain careers in the animal science industry.