If you teach high school business, you may be looking to develop your students' public speaking skills before they enter the workforce or pursue post-secondary education.
As a CTE teacher, you may be looking for a way to sharpen your students' professional communications and soft skills before they enter the workforce or pursue post-secondary education.
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As one of the top qualities today’s employers are looking for in applicants, professional communication skills are a valuable and necessary asset in every industry. Regardless of the subject you teach as a CTE teacher, you may be looking for an opportunity to sharpen students' communication skills and give them a competitive advantage when applying for jobs.
Many business education programs across the US are looking to expand their curriculum to include certification options for their students.
Mumbled speech, negative body language, constantly interrupting others. If you're like many high school teachers, you've probably noticed a lack of good communication skills among your students.
In the modern workplace, communication can make or break a career. High school students who develop strong communication skills early go on to nail that interview, negotiate that pay raise, or make a great case for that promotion. However, those who fail to communicate effectively often end up getting passed over--no matter how smart or skilled they are.