IAED Resources

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ACTE demonstrates its commitment to IAED through initiatives such as the IAED Mentorship Program and the IAED Advisory Group; via implementation of the Quality CTE Program of Study Framework; and in such information-rich resources as Techniques.

Techniques’  column — IAED in CTE —  examines inclusion, access, equity and diversity in practice. Articles included:

ACTE is pleased to begin hosting all free webinars on our premier online learning network, CTE Learn, which also features more than 180 for-credit CTE courses along with numerous free resources. If you’re not already an ACTE CTE Learn user, register at ctelearn.org/webinars and sign in to access both upcoming and recorded webinars.

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Previous Recordings

Creating Inclusive & Equitable Learning Environments
Presenter: Roger Cleveland
A school should become more culturally responsive to provide better services for their consumers (students & families). In a global society, a school cannot be academically, socially or programmatically culturally responsive unless it is culturally competent. Striving for cultural competence is a long-term developmental process. It is a process in which schools can measure their progress according to achievement of specific developmental tasks. This workshop will examine several topics (cultural responsiveness, cultural competency, equity and implicit bias) and how these topics impact policy, practices and programs in schools.

Inclusion, Access, Equity & Diversity: CTE Learners Discuss
Educators often discuss how to ensure our programs are more inclusive, accessible, equitable and diverse but how often do we discuss this topic with learners, the individuals most affected? Dr. Roger Cleveland, a national expert who has been at the forefront of equity and inclusion for over a decade, will lead a panel discussion with CTSO leaders to better understand student viewpoints and what they advise related to moving forward.

Courageous Conversations About Race
This webinar and book discussion will offer strategies for supporting learner variability in CTE with practical examples for talking about race in today’s professional environments.

To watch more recorded webinars visit CTE Learn.

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