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

 

In this video, teachers Jeffrey Elkner and Isaac Zawolo (Arlington Career Center, Arlington, VA) lead their students through a lesson that unites the use of Scratch with an understanding of how to plot points on a coordinate plane. Learn more.

In this video, teacher J. C. Parry (Arlington Career Center, Arlington, VA) leads his students through a lesson about the importance of calculating weight and balance in order to make sure that an airplane is safe to fly.

In this video from the NPOSI, a panel of NRCCTE researchers fields questions related to business, community, and postsecondary partnerships. Panelists include Rob Shumer, Sam Stringfield, Marisa Castellano, and Pradeep Kotamraju.

In this video, James R. Stone III, Director of the NRCCTE, introduces the first day of activities of the Center’s first National POS Institute (NPOSI), a six-month program of research-based technical assistance intended to support states in improving the quality of CTE instruction provided to secondary and postsecondary students.

In this video, James R. Stone III, Director of the NRCCTE, introduces the second day of activities of the Center’s first National POS Institute (NPOSI), a six-month program of research-based technical assistance intended to support states in improving the quality of CTE instruction provided to secondary and postsecondary students.