Academic Integration in Career and Technical Education means merging technical skill development based on business/industry standards with content knowledge from core academic subjects (English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science or Social Studies).
The Office of CTE's goal is for you to enable students to explore, hypothesize and reason logically; make connections with everyday situations; and strengthen their ability to use a variety of methods to think critically and solve problems in their career paths.
Today's focus is Instructional Strategies to facilitate learning and retention of basic literacy and numeracy facts.
Check out some additional literacy and math strategies below to infuse into your daily instructions:
Numeracy Integration in Career and Technical Education is a way of integrating maths skills into different subjects across the curriculum. Being numerate is the ability to understand numbers, and to use them effectively and appropriately.
DID YOU KNOW?: Research shows the two most effective study techniques across the board for all types of learners are taking practice tests and distributed practice. Distributed practice is when you set aside specific time periods for study activity, which is the exact opposite of cramming.
Teaching and Learning Curriculum Support Documents
Teachers have access to curriculum support documents and resources via our district SharePoint that can be accessed after logging in to your MS Office Online account.
Professional Learning Opportunities
Keep up with all Professional Learning Opportunities that is offered in the district, outside of the district and online using the Office of Instructional Services page.
Quick Links from the State Department of Education
Quick links includes standards, work-based learning and career clusters resources to support curriculum and instruction.
This site will continually be updated as the State Department of Education releases additional resources.
Information about instructional resources that can be used in planning student learning can be found on the Learning Environments and Instructional Resources page.
Additional Teacher Resources