The iCEV CTE Blog
The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.
As a teacher, finding STEM activities for high school students that are both engaging and challenging can be difficult, especially with a classroom full of young learners with different needs and experience levels.
As a high school STEM or engineering teacher, you might be asked to meet ITEEA standards in your instruction.
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Whether you’re looking to implement the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), or are already using them in class, understanding them more completely is key to making the most of their structure.
Technology Curriculum | STEM | Engineering
As a STEM teacher, finding a strong engineering curriculum for your high school students is critical to teach them the concepts they need. After all, the right lesson plans and projects will give your students hands-on experience in design and construction they can take with them throughout their lives. The wrong curriculum, however, may leave them with no practical experience at all.
Imagine developing code for a website or prototyping a new machine: at age twelve.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) | STEM
Hands-on learning is one of the core components of Career and Technical Education (CTE). While everyone has their own needs when it comes to learning, hands-on learning is uniquely positioned to support or elevate content for all types of learners.