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The iCEV CTE Blog

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

Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Classroom Management | Online Learning | New Teacher Advice

By: McKenna Garrison
March 24th, 2023

In any classroom, academic integrity is paramount to student success. It can be incredibly disappointing to discover your students have cheated in your class and now you’re left wondering how to prevent such a thing from happening again. 

Business Education | New Teacher Advice

By: Brad Hummel
June 7th, 2022

Have you been working in the business world, only to discover you want to use the knowledge you’ve gained to inspire and educate the next generation of businesspeople?


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Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Health Science | New Teacher Advice

By: Mike Cescon
April 12th, 2022

If you’re a nurse looking to get into teaching, you’re not alone. Hundreds of nurses every year are deciding to shift careers and become teachers. For many of them, teaching is the chance they’re looking for to give back to the industry and play a hand in inspiring the next generation of medical professionals. 

Health Science | New Teacher Advice

By: Brad Hummel
January 20th, 2022

Starting a new position as a teacher is never easy, especially when transitioning to a busy classroom setting as a CTE health science instructor. While you may be used to long hours working under pressure in a clinical environment, teaching brings with it a different kind of stress.

Health Science | Teaching Strategies | New Teacher Advice | Classroom Planning

By: Mike Cescon
December 14th, 2021

It’s daunting deciding whether to switch from the healthcare industry to teaching health science full time. Though you have a strong passion for what you do and want to help raise the next generation of healthcare professionals, teaching is an entirely different job with its own unique set of challenges. And if you approach it without doing your research, you might find it isn’t the right fit for you. 

Business Education | Student Engagement | New Teacher Advice

By: Mike Cescon
August 12th, 2021

We’ve all seen it: the bored expressions, the glazed-over eyes, the constant peeking at phones. Even if your business education course has excellent material, it can be challenging to keep your students engaged in class. And if students aren’t engaging with the course, can it really be said they’re learning?