The iCEV CTE Blog
The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.
Digital Curriculum | HealthCenter21 | iCEV
Whether you started with AES or iCEV, now that the two systems are combining, you’re probably wondering what you’ve gained access to, and how you can use both to teach your health science classes.
iCEV | Teacher & Classroom Resources
When an iCEV subscriber first looks at what is included in a course hosted on the iCEV platform, they may feel that they have all the tools but not fully understand how to use them. For educators, planning lessons and compiling the appropriate materials can take a lot of time and sometimes feel overwhelming. In pursuit of easing the planning process for teachers, iCEV’s pre-made lesson plans include lesson overviews, step-by-step instructions, material lists and anything else teachers may need to teach their students effectively.
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Differentiated Instruction | iCEV | Special Populations
Social-emotional learning (SEL) is the development of skills necessary for self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships, and responsible decision-making. These abilities help students become successful adults, establish healthy relationships and positively impact their community.
iCEV | Professional Development | Teacher & Classroom Resources | Education Technology
To provide students a digital space to demonstrate their academic and personal growth, iCEV has teamed up with bulb Digital Portfolios for the spring semester. This semester, all iCEV users (including students, teachers and administrators) have free access to bulb and iCEV’s brand-new project templates.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Distance Learning | iCEV | Education Technology
The 6 C's of 21st Century Education include critical thinking & problem solving, collaboration, creativity & innovation, compassion & character, community & citizenship, and communication. From career preparation to social emotional support and development, these skills help prepare students for what lies ahead after their K-12 educational experiences.
As many meat judging teams begin competing this spring, we wanted to provide coaches with a resource to help explain the new grading standards for beef carcasses, which are not currently covered in the Meat Judging: Quality Grading lesson in iCEV's Agricultural Science subject area. Preview or download the Beef Quality Grading Update slide presentation below. At the end of the post, you will find a guide for adding the new Practice New Quality Grading Standards Judging Playlist on iCEV for students to practice applying the new standards.