Month: November 2018

A Blog for CTE Teachers

LinkedIn for Educators: The Ultimate Guide (Plus 8 Steps on How to Set Up a Winning Profile)

Most everyone has heard of LinkedIn, but not everyone uses it. Teachers especially struggle with it because LinkedIn is traditionally more of a recruitment tool, and most teachers stay at one school or in one district for more years than the average employee stays at a company. However, LinkedIn can open the doors for more…
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Discover 5 New Ways to Get Guest Speakers in Your Classroom

Students often struggle with connecting the dots between what they are doing in class to what they will do in the workforce. They get frustrated when they can’t see a point to what they are learning, and sometimes, they just give up. However, CTE classes have the unique ability to give students purpose by linking…
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2018 Pursuit of Excellence Award

Together with the Franklin family, CEV Multimedia awarded two outstanding New Mexico students with the Jerry Franklin “Pursuit of Excellence” Scholarship. In memory of the long-time New Mexico agricultural science instructor and former CEV employee, recipients are chosen by Gordon W. Davis, founder, and chairman of CEV Multimedia, and Eddie Puckett, retired agricultural science instructor…
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11 Ways to Bring your CTE Classroom Volunteering to the Next Level

CTE and Volunteering, Working Hand-In-Hand It has been said the greatest gift you can give is your time. The benefits of volunteering have lasting impacts, especially for young people as it provides a great way for students to gain insight and improve their communities. These opportunities raise awareness of local organizations and social issues in…
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