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CTE Technical Assistance Center
1585 Route 146, Rexford, NY 12148

ctetac@spnet.us
Information for Instructional Resources

Welcome to the Professional Development Center of the Career and Technical Education Assistance Center of NY. The resources you will find here are selected to provide educators with tools they can use to implement successful CTE programs. Additionally, you will find current research relevant to CTE educators. Use the navigation box on the left to access these resources.

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Public Resource 10 December, 201410 December, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
On October 20, 2014, the Board of Regents acted on a decision item entitled "Proposed Amendments to Sections 100.2 and 100.5 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education Relating to Pathways to Graduation, Global History and Geography Course Requirements and the Global History Regents Exam."

This webinar is designed to provide information and help interested individuals and groups in understanding the decision. A time for "public comment" was established that goes until December 1...Read more
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Public Resource 30 October, 201430 October, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
Gender role stereotypes, family and cultural expectations, and community standards highly influence the career choices made by students, sometimes even outweighing their strong interests
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Public Resource 30 October, 201430 October, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The goal of preparing students to be college and career ready requires all educators to understand the vital role CTE plays in this pursuit.
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Public Resource 1 October, 20141 October, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
How is digital game-based learning impacting education? One key driver is the powerful combination of adaptive learning and foundational skill sequencing to improve academic outcomes.

Engaging and motivating today's learner is more challenging than ever before. We will investigate how game-based learning can help engage students by looking at specific New York CTE Learning Standards on the relationships and common themes that connect mathematics, science, and technology to other areas of...Read more
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Public Resource 1 October, 20141 October, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
Offering a quality Work-based Learning program has become a priority for many school districts. During the past five plus years, New York schools have embraced the value of career and technical education pathways to graduation and the issuance of the CDOS Commencement Credential - a new, exiting credential for special needs students. Both of these educational initiatives call upon the inclusion of offering our students a quality work-based learning experience
Public Resource 21 July, 201421 July, 2014 Literacy Resources Literacy Resources 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
By:   Michael PollanGrades:   8
Type:   BookLexile:   930
Description:
 Today, buffeted by one food fad after another, America is suffering from what can only be described as a national eating disorder. Will it be fast food tonight, or something organic? Or perhaps something we grew ourselves? The question of what to have for dinner has confronted us since man discovered fire. But as Michael Pollan explains in this revolutionary book, how we answer it now, as the dawn of the twenty-first century, may determine our survival as a species. Packed with profound...Read more
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Public Resource 3 April, 20143 April, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The need for quantitative financial literacy and numeracy education in our schools is undeniable. The goal of this series is to offer teachers a rationale and framework for using rich quantitative financial literacy applications in their classes. Building on Algebra 1 skills, these applications-oriented and technology-dependent lessons employ selected topics from Advanced Algebra, Statistics, Probability, and PreCalculus as a means of modeling real-world financial topics.

Participants will...Read more
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Public Resource 31 March, 201431 March, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The need for quantitative financial literacy and numeracy education in our schools is undeniable. The goal of this series is to offer teachers a rationale and framework for using rich quantitative financial literacy applications in their classes. Building on Algebra 1 skills, these applications-oriented and technology-dependent lessons employ selected topics from Advanced Algebra, Statistics, Probability, and Precalculus as a means of modeling real-world financial topics.

Participants will...Read more
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Public Resource 31 March, 201431 March, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The need for quantitative financial literacy and numeracy education in our schools is undeniable. The goal of this series is to offer teachers a rationale and framework for using rich quantitative financial literacy applications in their classes. Building on Algebra 1 skills, these applications-oriented and technology-dependent lessons employ selected topics from Advanced Algebra, Statistics, Probability, and Precalculus as a means of modeling real-world financial topics.

Participants will...Read more
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Public Resource 31 March, 201431 March, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
"Average is over," states Thomas Friedman in That Used to Be Us. (Friedman and Mandelbaum, 2011) The authors assert that we can no longer accept status quo in education activities which do not meet quality standards for the 21st century. In New York State, educators who have a strong work-based learning program can now make positive connections to: the Learning Standards for Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS), the Common Core Learning Standards, 21st Century Skills, and the Ne...Read more


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