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CTE Teachers | Health Science | Teaching Strategies

Top 7 Tips for New Health Science Teachers from Real CTE Educators

By: Bri Stauffer
February 15th, 2018

In working with thousands of CTE health science teachers across the US, we have heard many stories about the first year as a new teacher. The challenges range from unengaged students to poor classroom management.

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CTE Teachers | Health Science | student engagement

Useful Tips for Health Science High School Teachers

By: Bri Stauffer
September 15th, 2016

When looking to use our HealthCenter21 curriculum in their health science high school courses, health science instructors often ask questions like: “Do you have any tips for using HealthCenter21 successfully?” and “I have limited technology access… can I still use this curriculum?”

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Keeping Students Engaged in CTE: Part 1

Do you struggle to keep your students engaged during your lessons?

Download this free eBook to learn the Do's & Dont's of Student Engagement.

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Career and Technical Education | CTE Teachers | Teaching Strategies

How to Solve 3 Surprising Issues for New CTE Teachers

By: Sarah Layton
January 19th, 2016

So you left your industry career to teach. Admirable! But what is it really like for new career and technical education (CTE) teachers? While I'd love to say rainbows, unicorns, and engaged students, I hope we all know better! But while it's certainly not all bad, there are a few things that new CTE teachers should be prepared for when stepping into the classroom.

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Career Readiness | CTE Teachers | Teacher Resources

Need Career Readiness Activities?

By: Sarah Layton
March 23rd, 2015

Have you ever asked yourself: How can I teach career readiness skills when I'm not a career readiness expert? Teachers of all types are being asked to incorporate career readiness activities into their curriculum. Add to that that the curriculum must be engaging and with a real-life context for students. Yet teachers do not have as many resources available to help with this content as they do for their specific subject area.

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