The iCEV CTE Blog
The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.
Health Science | Principles of Health Science | Texas
As a health science curriculum provider, we work with thousands of health science teachers every year, many of whom are in Texas.
Business Education | Computer Applications | Technology Curriculum | Texas | Computer Science
If you teach business education in Texas, chances are you'll be asked to teach the Principles of Information Technology course. It’s critical to meet your TEKS for this course to ensure that your students are successful.
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Business Education | Computer Applications | Texas
Basic computing skills have become increasingly essential to our lives and our ability to function using digital technology. Today’s students need to have a solid understanding of typing, data, and computer applications to use the software they’ll need for most occupations.
Business Education | Marketing | Personal Finance | Texas
If you're new to teaching the Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance course in Texas, you might be unsure about some of the requirements you have to meet. After all, each class has associated Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) statements that your students must learn to be prepared for their future careers.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) | Health Science | Texas | Practicum in Health Science
If you’re new to teaching health science in Texas, you’re probably confused about some of your more specialized courses. After all, they can get pretty advanced, and each has associated Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) your students will have to learn in order to move their careers forward.
Health Science | Texas | Textbook Alternatives | Practicum in Health Science
Whether you’re a new Texas health science teacher or are just looking to add variety to your classroom, finding the best materials to teach Practicum in Health Science can be intimidating. You need to get your students off to a good start, because for most of them, this class will be their first chance to develop skills that they’ll be using for most of their careers.