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The iCEV CTE Blog

The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.

Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Classroom Management | Online Learning | New Teacher Advice

By: McKenna Garrison
March 24th, 2023

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.

English Language Learners | Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Classroom Management | Differentiated Instruction | Teaching Strategies | Classroom Planning | Educational Resources

By: Brad Hummel
December 8th, 2022

As a CTE teacher, discovering that you’ll have English Language Learners (ELLs) in your classroom can sometimes be overwhelming.

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Classroom Management | CTE Teachers | Pacing Guide

By: Mike Cescon
November 17th, 2022

As a new CTE teacher, you’ve likely heard the phrases “pacing guide” or “scope and sequence.” But if you’re still getting a handle on teaching your course, you probably don’t know what they mean or what they’re used for.

Classroom Management | Teaching Strategies

By: Bri Stauffer
November 2nd, 2022

Classrooms are changing. That change can come from a new generation of teachers, emerging technologies, student behaviors, or a combination of factors.

Classroom Management | Teacher Retention

By: Alex Schultz
May 25th, 2022

If you speak with an experienced teacher, you’re likely to hear a similar response: effective classroom management is critical to their success in the classroom.

Classroom Management | Student Engagement | Middle School

By: Mike Cescon
May 10th, 2022

As a middle school teacher, you’re probably well aware of how difficult it can be to get students to pay attention in class. These days, middle schoolers seem to be suffering more and more from short attention spans and behavioral problems, which makes your job all the harder.