As a career and technical education professional, you understand that your students need to be ready for the world of work. As a rapidly changing world affects us all, its important to ensure that your students recognize how they will interact with the global economy throughout their careers. Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help strengthen project management skills through building STEM skills.

 


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What are some examples of formative assessments? | New comment by Jenny Power

PBL is a little different from how I traditionally used formative assessments in a math classroom to check for understanding in individuals as they worked through a new concept. I think especially...

Reflection | New comment by Jenny Power

I agree that it is important for students to see the connection between the program, their school, community, and beyond. Sometimes it is hard for students to understand how all of those thinks are...

Reflection | New discussion by Nikki Lester

All CTE instructors need to be aware and implement global awarness etc. into their learning.

Outside help | New comment by Leslie Lessig

Invite local business and community leaders to a breakfast with the students, especially business that might have a global interest.  Let the students help organize the event.  When the...

Outside help | New discussion by Chris Weber

i have trouble getting enough outside resources ( people ) to help make this system work effestively any suggestions?

SAGE AND CONSTRUCTION TRADES | New blog by Chris Weber

The SAGE elements are present on my construction trades job site and the students actively engage all aspects of the project 

reflection | New discussion by Demitra Marker

Students tend to shy away or be resistant to working in groups. This is due to the projects they are getting which seems like a bunch of busy work. CTE/STEM teaching real world application, inquiry an...

Reflection | New comment by Demitra Marker

I agree. The biggest question I hear from students is "How am I going to use this in the real world?" That is what STEM and CTE is all about.   

Reflection | New comment by Edith Oyugi

I agree with your evaluation, students will foster a new environment and will help students prepare for the future.

Reflection | New discussion by Edith Oyugi

Our CTE is important because they are areas that guide students and help them nurture their abilities and skills in an encouraging environment. This impacts them by helping them gain em...