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HOSA!

As all of us in CTE know, we have to incorporate CTSOs into our curriculum. My students are members of Health Occupation Students of America. Each year,

A Summer of Learning and Leaving my Comfort Zone

This summer has been an enjoyable one, albeit a stretch for this small town girl. The Practitioner-in- Residence program has provided a

SDACTE Conference

The SDACTE Conference was once again an opportunity for learning, catching up with old friends while making new friends, and getting

Reflections on Professional Development

Professional development for educators is not only a responsibility but more importantly a necessity of being a professional. In the ever-changing world

A Busy Week at ACTE

Last week I continued to work on the ACTE Vice President How-to Guide and the “Featured ACTE Award Winner” segment for the Web site, in addition to

Build Relationships with Your Students on the First Day

By: Linda Moyer 
One topic that ignites my passion is literacy. During my residency with ACTE I have developed several connections but one of the

Literacy Strategies for You

By: Linda Moyer
Literacy is an essential skill needed to be successful in education, the workforce and life in general. As educators, we strive to prepare

Three Distinct Leadership Growth Opportunities

By: Coleen Keffeler
For those interested in learning more about leadership or enhancing their leadership skills, ACTE offers three distinct, outstanding

Leadership Development Continues

By: Coleen Keffeler
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!

Teaching for Student Success

By Linda Moyer
We’re well into the new school year and teachers are feeling the heat to improve student achievement. History tells us that we must

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