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Educators in Action is a blog for educators, by educators. The posts in Educators in Action are provided by our Board, Fellows, State Leaders, and Award winners. If you have any questions about the blog, please contact Leslie Reardon for more information!

  • Build Relationships With Your Students on the First Day

    One topic that ignites my passion is literacy. During my residency with ACTE I have developed several connections but one of the most enjoyable has been with USA TODAY Education. I have been writing for their CTE Teachers Lounge and Tip Jar. These sites have great ideas for your classroom and the latest buzz on topics in education.

    Posted by Application Administrator at 4/30/2013 4:22:31 PM

  • Three Distinct Leadership Growth Opportunities

    For those interested in learning more about leadership or enhancing their leadership skills, ACTE offers three distinct, outstanding opportunities for professional growth. 21st Century Leadership InstituteACTE Fellowship ProgramACTE Leadership Training ProgramEach opportunity offers a unique occasion for leadership growth and development.

    Posted by Application Administrator at 4/30/2013 4:18:26 PM

  • Leadership Development Continues

    Sturgis Brown High School is gearing up for the third week of school, and I must admit, it is great to be back in the swing of things! Our three days of in-service focused on the Boys Town Model for a well-managed classroom, project-based learning activities, department meetings, meeting the new superintendent and an open house for incoming freshmen. My Culinary Arts class is full and the youth internship students are getting hands-on learning in their prospective career fields.

    Posted by Application Administrator at 4/30/2013 4:17:58 PM

  • Literacy Strategies for You

    Literacy is an essential skill needed to be successful in education, the workforce and life in general. As educators, we strive to prepare our students to become successful and productive members of society. Surely, reading and writing are vital parts of this process.

    Posted by Application Administrator at 4/30/2013 4:17:32 PM

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