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CEV Employees Reflect on their CTE Experiences

Throughout February, the CEV team has been celebrating CTE Month. As we look back on another CTE Month, we asked CEV employees to reflect on their time in Career & Technical Education (CTE) and Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs). Because of the formative experiences CEV team members had in CTE and CTSOs, our employees…
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iCEV Teacher of the Month: February 2020

Each month, we recognize a teacher who is helping students achieve success by using innovative and outstanding methods. This month, we are excited to recognize Malinda Peine as the February iCEV Teacher of the Month. Malinda Peine, family and consumer science (FCS) teacher at Piedra Vista High School in Farmington, NM, has always been passionate…
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National FFA Week

At iCEV, we have been celebrating CTE Month since the beginning of February, but before CTE Month ends, we still need to celebrate National FFA Week. As a company, we support all CTSOs are areas of Career & Technical Education, and FFA holds a special place for many members of the CEV team. Our founder, Dr.…
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FCCLA Week

February is national CTE month, and our team at iCEV could not be more excited for an entire month dedicated to spreading awareness about the value of CTE. In conjunction with CTE month, this week, we are celebrating FCCLA Week. Read this blog to learn more about FCCLA and discover some fun facts about the…
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CTE by the Numbers

February is national CTE month, and our team at iCEV could not be more excited for an entire month dedicated to Career & Technical Education. CTE is an important part of the learning experience, bridging the gap between secondary/post-secondary education and the workforce. Students who take CTE courses gain the knowledge and skills needed to…
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CTE in Middle School

February is national CTE month, and our team at iCEV could not be more excited for an entire month dedicated to spreading awareness about the value of CTE. In this blog, we will discuss the importance of CTE in middle school and early career exploration opportunities.   In most people’s minds, CTE courses are primarily…
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What’s New From the Writer’s Room: January 2020

2020 is gearing up to be a busy and productive one here at iCEV. Our curriculum development team is busy developing innovative lessons and activities that will benefit both teacher and student. The From the Writer’s Room Series gives a behind the scenes look at the creation process at iCEV. To stay up-to-date with everything From…
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Social-Emotional Learning

In recent years, educators have evolved from solely focusing on students’ intelligence quotient to emphasizing emotional quotient as well. To help create well-rounded citizens, the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) developed what is known as Social-Emotional Learning (SEL). When applied properly, SEL provides students with the ability to understand both themselves and…
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iCEV Teacher of the Month: January 2020

Each month, we recognize a teacher who is helping students achieve success by using innovative and outstanding methods. This month, we are excited to recognize Robert Stahlke as the January iCEV Teacher of the Month. An alumnus of Washington State University, Stahlke entered education as a biology teacher at Shadow Ridge HS. After four years,…
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New Curriculum Resources Address the Need for More Healthcare Professionals

Throughout the last decade, the healthcare industry has grown substantially. In 2018, the healthcare industry employed 16.2 million, one in seven, American workers, employing nearly 11% of the U.S. workforce. Employment opportunities are only expected to grow, and by 2026, the field is expected to grow by 18%, providing work for more than 18 million…
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