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An Education In Grace

We have all had weeks that began seemingly normal, but ended anything but…however I think that we can all attest to the fact that the week of March 9,

Beyond Pedagogy in the CTE Classroom

Gliding seamlessly from traditional teaching models to semi-remote to completely remote teaching requires schools and teachers to understand more than the

Why Do You Think it is Important to Continue Professional Development Throughout your Career?

Those that have been given the charge and have the responsibility to educate others must be committed to continuous learning. Learning is fundamental

Preparing CTE Teachers for Re-Engaging with Students in the Fall

The 2019/20 school year is coming to an unusual end. After spring break, our students never returned to their classrooms. While core academic teachers

A Culinary Journey

Over the last few years a lot of people have been asking me what I would attribute my success in the culinary field to. That has been a very humbling and

Supporting CTE Students During School Closures due to COVID-19

With the coronavirus spreading across the nation, this time is challenging for education in general but specifically for CTE with all its hands-on

Interview with my Mentor

Christi is an administrator in a rural school district in Kentucky and previously taught Agriculture for 13 years. She was impacted by CTE early on in

My Mentor

As a 2020 New Professionals Fellow, I’ve been eager to grow and step outside my comfort zone, while under the guidance of new colleagues, mentors, and

The Wake of COVID-19

In the wake of the COVID-19 quarantine, educators are scrambling to find ways to continue the learning online. Unless you have lived in an area that was

CTE Distance Learning: Hands-on Learning at Home

We know that CTE educators are creative professionals, so it’s no wonder that many of you are getting creative to maintain student learning during

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