CTE Learn launches five new courses

ACTE is excited to announce the launch of five new courses on CTE Learn. CTE Learn is an online professional development experience. Self-paced courses, which can be completed at home or at school, offer effective teaching and leading strategies.

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Check out what’s new.

Best Practices in Supervising and Coaching CTE Teachers

In order to conduct meaningful teacher evaluations, leaders need to flip the mindset concerning their role. Look at the evaluation process and shift the admin’s role from that of an evaluator to a coach. This course will discuss the best practices in supervision of career and technical education (CTE) teachers.

Teaching Secondary Students Affected by Trauma

This course is designed to familiarize instructors with their roles and responsibilities in supporting students suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. The course provides an overview of how to recognize trauma. The impact of physical and psychological trauma on learning is also explained. Instructors offer guidance on how to create a trauma-sensitive classroom environment.

Developing Soft Skills in CTE

Soft skills are essential to career readiness. CTE students need to develop and utilize soft skills during their career preparation. This course:

  • Defines soft skills
  • Offers strategies that instructors can use to integrate soft skill development

Building Cultural Competency in Instructors

The course will include a review of critical terms, ideas and real-world case studies, providing instructors and administrators with useful information and takeaways. Participants will develop a better understanding of cultural competency and produce tangible resources.

Introduction to Educating Students with Disabilities

This course emphasizes providing meaningful accommodations to students with disabilities in an education setting including: legal mandates and regulations, characteristics and educational needs of students with disabilities, and instructional techniques.

To learn more or enroll, visit CTE Learn.