Videos

Overview

The NRCCTE produces and publishes videos that highlight and explore issues of urgency to both the field of CTE and the nation’s higher education system, recovering economy, and evolving labor market, addressing such topics as programs of study/career pathways, curriculum integration of CTE and academic content knowledge and skills, postsecondary student retention and completion, and professional development for educators in the areas of data use for program improvement and support for alternatively certified CTE educators.

Videos

Beginning CTE teachers need a variety of support to make a successful transition to teaching and meet the challenges of CTE teaching in the 21st-century. This video shares the findings of a collaborative project between the NRCCTE and its partner SREB to develop an induction model that provides over 200 hours of professional development and support framed around the most pressing questions new teachers face.

This video, filmed in Arlington, VA, Detroit, MI, and Eugene, OR, introduces the origins, structure, and benefits of the Math-in-CTE curriculum integration professional development model from the perspective of administrators, CTE and math teachers, and students implementing it in real schools.

 

This video offers an in-depth look at the experiences of administrators, CTE and math teachers, and students implementing Math-in-CTE at the Arlington Career Center in Arlington, VA. Learn more.

In this video, Culinary instructor LisaJo Carleton (Breithaupt Career and Technical Center, Detroit, MI) takes her students through a lesson about the correct way to handle guest checks and make change in a restaurant, with a focus on decimals and basic math.

On March 6, 2012, at ACTE’s National Policy Seminar, the NRCCTE held a special session and simultaneous webinar featuring a discussion of Career Clusters: Forecasting High School through College Jobs, 2008-2018, a report co-authored by the NRCCTE, the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce (CEW), and the NRCCTE’s partner, the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc). The report took employment projections information and reorganized it using the 16 career clusters.