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The AES CTE Blog

The latest ideas, tips, and trends for CTE, career readiness, business education, and computer applications teachers.

Health Science | HealthCenter21 | Health Science Certifications

By: Mike Cescon
February 28th, 2022

Health science teachers often approach AES feeling overwhelmed by the sheer amount of material available in HealthCenter21. 

CNA Certification | Health Science | HealthCenter21 | Nurse Assisting | iCEV

By: Brad Hummel
February 15th, 2022

Are you just starting a new Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program? Are you interested in updating your CNA textbooks with a digital option?

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.

Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science | HealthCenter21

By: Bri Stauffer
February 3rd, 2022

Anatomy and Physiology is one of the most important courses in your CTE health science pathway. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most difficult classes to keep students engaged and interested in.

Health Science | HealthCenter21 | Sports Medicine

By: Adam Durst
February 1st, 2022

As a high school sports medicine instructor, it’s not easy to find curriculum resources that meet your course requirements and will prepare your students for their future careers.

Health Science | HealthCenter21 | Diversified Health Occupations

By: Brad Hummel
November 30th, 2021

As a health science teacher, you may have heard from colleagues who use both HealthCenter21 from AES and the DHO Health Science textbook in their classroom. AES and DHO are both popular, comprehensive curriculum solutions educators turn to for CTE health science classes, but you might be unsure how to successfully use these two resources together.

Digital Curriculum | Health Science | HealthCenter21

By: Brad Hummel
November 2nd, 2021

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.