Webinars

Overview

With travel budgets tight, it’s not always possible for administrators, educators, and others seeking evidence-based solutions to the problems confronting CTE today to attend conferences and other in-person events. The NRCCTE regularly holds webinars that allow CTE stakeholders from across the country and the world to learn about the results of its research and the experiences of those engaged in its professional development activities.

Webinars

This webinar describes the Crosswalk Validation Project and provides an understanding of why a validated crosswalk is needed when developing and implementing programs of study, career pathways, or career preparation areas more generally. Webinar panelists describe how state education agencies (SEAs) and local education agencies (LEAs) can use the crosswalks to build linkages for career guidance and discuss why SEAs and LEAs need to use a validated resource for reporting Perkins accountability requirements.  

The NRCCTE and OVAE are hosting a series of webinars based on the findings from the White House Summit on Community Colleges, the Regional Summits that followed, and the Virtual Symposium on Community Colleges. This second webinar in the series builds on the President's recent State of the Union address, particularly its focus on strengthening the pipeline between high school and college for all students.

The NRCCTE launched a new series of videos about the Math-in-CTE curriculum integration and professional development model in response to hundreds of requests from CTE educators and school administrators across the United States. In this webinar, Donna Pearson, co-PI of the original Math-in-CTE study, Mary Fudge, Lead Facilitator, and video participants from Arlington, VA, and Oregon shared their experiences with the model.

The NRCCTE and OVAE are hosting a series of webinars based on the findings from the White House Summit on Community Colleges, the Regional Summits that followed, and the Virtual Symposium on Community Colleges. This second webinar in the series builds on the President's recent State of the Union address, particularly its focus on strengthening the pipeline between high school and college for all students.

At ACTE’s 2012 National Policy Seminar, the NRCCTE held a special session and webinar about its co-authored report, Career Clusters: Forecasting High School through College Jobs, 2008-2018, which took employment projections information and reorganized it using the 16 career clusters. Some of the co-authors of the report discussed how this was done, which career clusters are in the highest demand, and how states and districts can use labor market information to develop locally relevant POS.