ACTE Division & COVID-19 Webinars


Ensuring Equity in a Remote Learning World

June 2 at 2:00 p.m. ET

As educators have transitioned to distance learning, new issues have emerged and others have been exacerbated related to the equitable delivery of instruction. Hear from panelists about some of the challenges and solutions regarding how to provide hands on learning to support every student, and come prepared to share your own recommendations as well. This webinar is hosted by ACTE’s Health Science Education Division but it is open to all CTE educators who are seeking to be better informed about this topic.

Host: Linda Romano, Vice President, Health Science Education Division, ACTE

Featured Panelists

  • Dr. Roger Cleveland, Director, Center for Research on the Eradication of Educational Disparities, Kentucky State University
  • Dr. Corinn Taylor, Health Director, UnitedHealth Care Community Plan
  • Denise Bodart, Product Manager, Realityworks

The following experts will be on hand to address attendee questions:

  • Dr. Kevin Johnson, Statewide Career and Technical Education Coordinator, Division of College, Career, and Military Preparation, Texas Education Agency
  • AL Long, NCH School Board Member & Board of Director for Great Oaks Career Campus

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Plans for CTE in a Post-COVID-19 Era

Co-hosted by ACTE and NCLA, presenters will discuss planning assumptions for the fall, what factors to take into consideration, what can be done to compensate for class time that has been missed, and how the current pandemic will alter education in the near future and beyond.

Host: Rachael Mann, ACTE New & Related Services Division and NCLA’s Director of Member Engagement

Featured Presenters

  • Patrick Biggerstaff, ACTE Administration Division Vice President & Area 31 Career Center CTE Director
  • Alisha Hyslop, Director of Public Policy, ACTE

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Creating Virtual Learning Lessons for Hands-on Coursework 

Hosted by ACTE’s Engineering and Technology Education Division (but open to all CTE educators), this event features a panel of experts focused on best practices for creating virtual learning lessons for hands-on CTE programs. Topics to be explored include how to communicate with students when connectivity might be an issue, online meetings security and software options.

Host: Richelle Krumsiek, Vice President, ACTE Engineering and Technology Education Division – Host

Featured Presenters

  • James Stanger, PhD, Chief Technology Evangelist, CompTIA
  • Monica Ares, Education Partnerships, Facebook
  • Stacia Bowden, Instructor, Biomedical Sciences, Tulsa Tech

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Agricultural Education in a Time of Uncertainty
ACTE, National Association for Agricultural Educators, National FFA, and the National Council for Agricultural Education have joined forces to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on the current state of agricultural education. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about your promising practices in the era of COVID-19.

The resources mentioned in the video can be found in the chat.

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Trade & Industrial Education in a Time of Uncertainty
The Association for Career and Technical Education Trade and Industrial (T&I) Education Division has joined forces with NCCER, SkillsUSA, Harbor Freight Tools for Schools, and S/P2 to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on the current state of education in fields including automotive, construction and a variety of the skilled trades. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about your promising practices in the era of COVID-19.

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Health Science Education in a Time of Uncertainty
The Association for Career and Technical Education and the National Consortium for Health Science Education have joined forces to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on the current state of education in Health Science Education. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about your promising practices in the era of COVID-19.

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Family & Consumer Sciences in a Time of Uncertainty: Maslow Before Bloom
Thursday, April 9, 1:00 p.m. EDT
The Association for Career and Technical Education — Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Division has joined forces with their Associated Members NATFACS, NATEFACS, and LeadFCS along with partners AAFCS and FCCLA to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on supporting FCS educators and providing resources. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about resources that support students and teachers in the era of COVID-19.

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Counseling and Career Development in a Time of Uncertainty
Thursday, April 9, 3:00 p.m. EDT
The Association for Career and Technical Education and the American School Counseling Association have joined forces to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on the current state of counseling, career development and SEL. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about your promising practices in the era of COVID-19.

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Student Access & Equity During a Time of Uncertainty
Thursday, April 9, 3:00 p.m. EDT
The Association for Career and Technical Education Administration and New and Related Services Divisions are partnering with the CTE Equity Council and Penn State University to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on how to support access and equity during COVID-19. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about your promising practices in the era of COVID-19.

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Engineering & Technology Education in a Time of Uncertainty
Thursday, April 9, 4:30 p.m. EDT
The Association for Career and Technical Education and CompTIA have joined forces to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on the current state of education in fields including engineering, technology, design and other STEM-related sectors. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about your promising practices in the era of COVID-19.

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Business Education and Marketing Education in a Time of Uncertainty
Thursday, April 9, 5:30 p.m. EDT
The Association for Career and Technical Education and MBA Research have joined forces to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on the current state of education in the fields of business and marketing education. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about your promising practices in the era of COVID-19.

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