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The iCEV CTE Blog

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

Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science | Teaching Strategies

By: Brad Hummel
December 30th, 2021

As a high school anatomy and physiology teacher, you know it’s crucial to engage your students in critical content early and often. With so much important material to commit to memory, CTE health science students need to start their anatomy and physiology courses off on the right foot.

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. 


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Teaching Strategies

By: Bri Stauffer
November 29th, 2021

When reviewing a digital curriculum system for use in the classroom, teachers and administrators often worry students will spend too much time in front of the computer. This is a valid concern. Fortunately you can incorporate digital resources and still have meaningful interactions with your students!

Blended Learning | Teaching Strategies

By: Brad Hummel
November 10th, 2021

Teaching today is surrounded by a shroud of uncertainty. Many schools switch between daily in-person instruction and remote learning, while others adopt a hybrid model. Some institutions have needed to change their instructional setting quickly and without warning.

Classroom Management | Health Science | Teaching Strategies

By: Mike Cescon
November 4th, 2021

Even on a good day, high school students can be tough to manage in the classroom. But with the rise of virtual instruction, students have gotten even more used to doing things on their own time and with their own schedules in mind. And as a health science instructor, that makes your job even more difficult. 

Classroom Management | Teaching Strategies

By: Jim Schultz
November 3rd, 2021

Classrooms are changing. That change can come from a new generation of teachers, emerging technologies, student behaviors, or a combination of factors. As a result, teachers’ classroom management strategies have changed as well. If your classroom management techniques fall behind the times, you'll have a daily struggle to keep your students engaged.  Check out the eight best classroom management strategies that’ll help you govern your classroom and teach your students in 2022: