New Virtual Workshop: Developing CTE Lesson Plans for A COVID-Impacted Classroom
March 11, 1:00-3:30 p.m. ET
Presenter: Jewyl Alderson
The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply impacted the education teaching and learning environment. How can we leverage this unwelcome disruption to improve career and technical education (CTE) to meet the needs of our 21st Century learners? This special workshop will help answer the questions we have all been hearing: “What do we teach now?” and “How do we teach it?.”
This workshop will dive into strategies you can use to support the development of lesson plans tailored to distance, blended, socially distanced or in-classroom learning, while building capacity for high-quality instruction in CTE. Empower teachers to find new ways to engage students, focus on the foundations of their industry course, and create meaningful and authentic work-based learning experiences and assessments. We will also discuss strategies you can use to build a collaborative network of instructors to tackle these challenges together. This session is a great fit for anyone guiding CTE work, including state, regional, district or site administrators, ROP leaders, teachers on special assignment, resource teachers and aspiring CTE leaders.
What you will take away: You will leave the session with an action plan designed to help you tackle these questions, access to webinars you can share with your teachers on lesson planning and assessment, and resources to support lesson plan development.
About the Presenter: Jewyl Alderson Clarke is a former classroom teacher who now supports career pathways development, curriculum integration and college and career readiness through the San Diego region. More recently she has led district- and state-wide convenings and initiatives to support educators as they grapple with COVID-impacted challenges. She is a primary contributor to the Distance Learning Lesson Plan Resources that ACTE, the California Department of Education, the San Diego County Office of Education, and CTE Online California have collaborated to produce.
Registration Rate: $100