Are you thinking of incorporating work-based learning (WBL) into your CTE program? Is WBL worth the time and effort it takes to get started? The short answer is yes! WBL can be an excellent addition to any CTE program. In fact, there are a number of benefits for your students, your CTE program, and your local employers just from implementing WBL!
Career and technical education (CTE) teachers are scrambling to find ways to give students workplace experience opportunities to secure their futures (and Perkins funding).
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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!
Career and technical education (CTE) is quickly becoming the hottest topic in education news throughout the United States.
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!
Blended learning is one of the most powerful and influential innovations in education. By combining the benefits of face-to-face education with the anywhere-anytime power of the Internet, blended learning lets teachers get more done in less time without breaking the bank.