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The iCEV CTE Blog

The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.

Business&ITCenter21 | Microsoft Office

By: Corinne Guinter
July 25th, 2023

Many schools and districts provide Chromebooks for their students to use as part of 1:1 technology initiatives.

Google Apps | HealthCenter21 | Business&ITCenter21 | Microsoft Office

By: Laura Posey
July 25th, 2023

Are your students using Chromebooks this semester? If so, it’s important to understand which pieces of iCEV's HealthCenter21 and Business&ITCenter21 curriculum will and won’t work on Chromebooks.


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Business&ITCenter21 | Microsoft Office

By: Laura Posey
July 13th, 2023

There are many versions of Microsoft Office available, but not all versions are compatible with the modules in the iCEV system.

Computer Applications | Microsoft Office

By: Brad Hummel
October 5th, 2022

Finding appropriate Microsoft Excel lesson plans for middle school students isn’t easy. You need lessons that are made for the right age group, engaging, and meet your course standards — not to mention help you prep students for the MOS Excel certification!

Digital Citizenship | Google Apps | Coding and Programming | Technology Curriculum | Microsoft Office | Middle School | Lesson Plans | Digital Literacy

By: Brad Hummel
September 20th, 2022

If you’re a new middle school computer applications teacher, you’re facing many choices for technology lesson plans for your students. Making the right choices for your classroom can seem overwhelming since learning basic computer and technology skills will set them up for later success.

Computer Applications | Microsoft Publisher | Microsoft Office | Lesson Plans

By: Brad Hummel
August 30th, 2022

As a middle or high school computer applications teacher covering Microsoft Office, chances are that you’ll be asked to teach Microsoft Publisher in your classroom.