As a middle school career readiness teacher, you may be anxious about the kind of curriculum you’re using in the classroom. After all, the right curriculum will set your students up for success in their careers, while the wrong one may leave them more confused about who they want to be.
With how important a topic anatomy and physiology is, it’s no surprise you want to get off to a strong start when teaching it to your high schoolers. After all, if your students are looking at careers in healthcare, having a strong grasp of anatomy and physiology is essential to their success.
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With the increasing importance of adding digital resources to the classroom, many health science teachers are looking for new curriculum options to support hybrid or distance learning.
As a CTE health science educator, you want your learners to excel and get the most out of your class. Because of this, you may be considering moving from textbooks to using a digital curriculum option to help your students achieve more in the classroom.
When you choose a curriculum for your intro to business course, you face many uncertainties. Will this curriculum be a good fit for your teaching style? Which will suit your students, or your course standards?
Your Introduction to Health Science course is the core of your program’s curriculum in the CTE health science pathway. When teaching this foundational class, you are concerned that your students receive the best material to prepare them for success as they pursue careers in health science. You also want teaching materials that are appropriate for your students and that satisfy academic and certification standards.