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518-723-2137
Fax: 518-723-2140

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 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.

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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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Public Resource 28 February, 201428 February, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The CAREER Instructional Model is based on the assumption that career readiness is not exclusively a specific curriculum, but results from how teachers facilitate student-centered learning to increase engagement, develop personal skills, and foster creativity
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Public Resource 28 February, 201428 February, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The CAREER Instructional Model is based on the assumption that career readiness is not exclusively a specific curriculum, but results from how teachers facilitate student-centered learning to increase engagement, develop personal skills, and foster creativity.
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Public Resource 27 February, 201427 February, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The New York State Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential has been created to better prepare students with disabilities for post-school employment. Job readiness for all young people needs to require training on workplace safety and health, as workers aged 16-24 suffer twice as many injuries on the job as do adult workers. This webinar provides an overview of Youth@Work: Talking Safety, a participatory, fun, and free curriculum that has been adapted for all...Read more
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Public Resource 24 February, 201424 February, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The benefits of a common rubric to define high-quality instruction and provide a common language are clear. CTE instruction, like traditional academic programs, calls for the same focus on planning and preparation, creation of a classroom environment that supports learning, effective instructional strategies, and attention to professional responsibilities in and out of the classroom. The Danielson Framework for Teaching can serve as a "cookbook" with the recipes and ingredients for successful...Read more
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Public Resource 19 February, 201419 February, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 1 Comments
Research shows that reading instruction after the elementary grades has a positive impact on test scores, classroom performance in all subjects, technical know-how, college preparedness, and employability. Designed for New York career and technical education (CTE) teachers, administrators, and school leaders, this webinar will provide the rationale, resources, and hands-on activities for research-based strategic reading instruction in all courses. These strategies align easily with New York's...Read more
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Public Resource 7 February, 20147 February, 2014 Webinars Webinars 0 Likes0 Likes 0 Comments
The CAREER Instructional Model is based on the assumption that career readiness is not exclusively a specific curriculum, but results from how teachers facilitate student-centered learning to increase engagement, develop personal skills, and foster creativity


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