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LMS and iCEV: How to add iCEV resources in Schoology

This post will explain the steps needed to add an iCEV resource in Schoology. If you have not already added iCEV as an external tool in Schoology, these steps will be ineffective. To learn how to add iCEV as an external tool in Schoology, go to this post. Step 1 Select Course To begin, select…
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LMS and iCEV: How to add iCEV as an external tool in Schoology

Did you know iCEV can be added as an external tool to Learning Management Systems (LMS) through Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI)? This blog series will teach you how to integrate iCEV into your LMS. Step 1 Select Course To begin, select the course you where you would like to add iCEV as an external tool.  …
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LMS and iCEV: How to add iCEV resources in Canvas

This post will explain the steps needed to add an iCEV resource in Canvas. If you have not already added iCEV as an external tool in Canvas, these steps will be ineffective. To learn how to add iCEV as an external tool in Canvas, go to this post. Step 1 Select Course To begin, select…
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LMS and iCEV: How to add iCEV as an external tool in Canvas

Did you know iCEV can be added as an external tool to Learning Management Systems (LMS) through Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI)? This blog series will teach you how to integrate iCEV into your LMS. Step 1 Select Course To begin, select the course you where you would like to add iCEV.   Step 2 Click “Settings”…
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We’re Here to Help: How iCEV Resources Can Assist New Educators

For the past two weeks, our blog posts have been focused on providing new teachers with suggestions and inspiration derived from the expertise of veteran teachers across a variety of subject and grade areas. As a follow-up to the “Teacher to Teacher: What I Wish I Would Have Known” series, this week’s blog post will…
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Teacher to Teacher: What I Wish I Would Have Known (Part 2)

Welcome back to Part 2 of the “Teacher to Teacher: What I Wish I Would Have Known” series. Last week’s blog post featured suggestions from veteran educators to new teachers just entering the field of education. This week, we continue our overview of advice from experienced teachers in hopes of offering incoming teachers inspiration and…
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Teacher to Teacher: What I Wish I Would Have Known (Part 1)

In preparation for the upcoming school year, we asked veteran teachers across a variety of grade and subject areas what they would tell a new teacher who was entering the education field. These are their responses. You Are Not Alone “Don’t feel like you are alone. Everyone goes through the first year struggles. I recommend…
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End of Semester Wrap Up: Spring 2019

The 2019 spring semester has been a busy one for Team iCEV. We have introduced new lessons and certifications, added new resources and launched a new campaign. Keep reading to learn more about these new initiatives and other noteworthy events from the past semester. Certification Update So far in 2019, more than 12,000 individuals have…
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iCEV Sponsors Scholarships to FCCLA Contest Winners: Ashley Owens Spotlight

Each year, Family, Career and Community Leaders Association (FCCLA) members from across Texas compete in various career and professional development contests at the FCCLA Students Taking Action with Recognition (STAR) event. As an advocate for Career and Technical Education, FCCLA strives to prepare students for future careers through leadership development and personal growth. The contests…
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Why Certify? How Industry Certifications Prepare Individuals for the Future

We asked our social media followers to tell us how industry certifications prepare individuals for future careers and make them more competitive in the job market, and they did not disappoint! Across our various social media platforms, we received many outstanding comments and replies. After reading through the responses, we noticed some common themes and…
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