As a career and technical education (CTE) administrator, you’re responsible for the successful operation of CTE programs. This group is for CTE administrators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary leadership performance. Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to support our teachers and staff with the ultimate goal of enhancing outcomes for our students, institutions, and communities.
Soft skills get you the job and allow you to keep the job vs job skill level.
By being engaged with the community and their needs.
Industry leaders in your field, employers , community leaders
Advisory commitees can support current course offereings with employment advice and skills needed for employment.
Open houses and tours of CTE facilities with students and industry leaders.Community projects with current CTE programs is also a key way of engagement.
I often circle the room during the class session but feel too busy to assess students. I realize now how this prevents students from receiving effective feedback. I have created a system with just two assessed behaviors that I will monitor each day.
Maintenance logs and routine inspections are necessary to maintain a safe environment.
All of this is great information and a reminder of how even in times of busyness, we must schedule for safety.
Safe workers make safe spaces.Great point.
I am reminded of the need of a safety plan and my frustration in seeking out support from safety personnel in our district.
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Career Ed Lounge is embedded in over eighty professional development portals serving the career and technical education community. Performance Groups in the Lounge are integrated with related learning opportunities offered on these portals. With a few exceptions, Performance Groups are also publicly available to any member of the Lounge to maximize peer-to-peer learning and performance outcomes.