The iCEV CTE Blog
The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.
Digital Curriculum | Architecture
If you teach architecture in high school, finding the right curriculum to use in your class is critical. Whether you are establishing a new program or your current resources are no longer meeting your needs, picking the right CTE principles of architecture curriculum will set your students up for success in their future careers.
Digital Curriculum | High School | Automotive
As a high school automotive teacher, it's critical to have a strong curriculum that meets your standards. When your students learn with an up-to-date automotive curriculum, they'll be ready for the challenges facing them when working in the industry. But if they don't have the latest information, they won't be able to work with today’s cars and technologies.
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Digital Curriculum | High School | Textbooks | Culinary Arts | Family & Consumer Sciences
Finding the right curriculum is critical to teaching your high school culinary arts course. After all, a strong curriculum will serve your students far better than a simple cookbook—instead, it will teach them the fundamentals, philosophies, and techniques behind great cuisine.
Automotive | Industry Certifications | ASE
If you’re new to teaching an automotive course, you may be unaware of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). As one of the most popular certification providers in the transportation sector, it’s essential you understand ASE and how it can benefit your students.
As a Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) teacher, you’ve probably been introduced to FCCLA. Chances are you’ve heard that your students can gain career experience and even earn scholarships. You might even have thought about starting an FCCLA chapter yourself.