Members of the Work-Based Learning Section are professionals working to provide students with authentic learning experiences in business and industry. These professionals are educators, counselors, and school-to-work/work-based learning coordinators. Members of this section involve students in experiences on all levels of the work-based learning continuum.
This section provides guidance and resources in offering quality work-based learning experiences for students, as outlined under the work-based learning element within the ACTE High Quality Framework. This section can also assist those in states that choose to report on work-based learning for the new Perkins program quality indicator or in other state accountability systems to strengthen their student outcomes.
Join the Work-Based Learning Section today and benefit from the many professional development opportunities that are available. You can count on receiving an outstanding return on your investment.
Upcoming events –
Work-Based Learning Conference 2020 – Going Virtual!
New this Year! ACTE’s National & Iowa’s Annual Work-Based Learning Conference 2020 — Giving today’s students quality experiences for informed futures. Go to acteonline.org/wbl-conference for more information.
If you had previously registered for the Work-Based Learning Conference in Des Moines and still plan to participate virtually, you do not need to cancel your current registration (whether it is for one-day or two-day). The difference in what you paid and the new registration amount of $125 will be automatically refunded to you. You do not need to do anything.
If you no longer wish to participate in this conference, you must notify ACTE (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Wednesday, April 1. You will receive a full refund minus any credit card fees.
Work-Based Learning Section Calls
|Notes from December 6, 2019|
|Agenda for January 23, 2020 – 2 pm CT by Zoom||Notes from January 23, 2020|
|Agenda for March 25, 2020 – 2 pm CT by Zoom||Notes from March 25, 2020|
|Agenda for April 23, 2020 – 2 pm CT||Notes from April 23, 2020|