Category: Career & Technical Education

A Blog for CTE Teachers

iCEV Teacher of the Month: Cheryl Stockton

Each month, we recognize a teacher who is furthering the field of Career & Technical Education by using innovative and outstanding methods. This month, we are excited to recognize Cheryl Stockton as the October iCEV Teacher of the Month.   Stockton is the CTE department chair at Everman High School. Located in Everman, TX the…
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National Workforce Development Month

The U.S. Senate officially designated September 2019 as “National Workforce Development Month.” This resolution was enacted to recognize the need for investment in the training, education and career advancement of the U.S. workforce. The resolution states, “Whereas investment in the education, training, and career advancement of the workforce in the United States, known as ‘workforce…
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National Teach Ag Day

Did you know September 19th is National Teach Ag Day? Agricultural education has a long history in the United States. For the majority of our nation’s history, agricultural knowledge and skills have been passed down through the generations. However, as agricultural technology and practices advanced and as Americans became more removed from production agriculture, the…
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iCEV Teacher of the Month: Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith always knew she wanted to be a teacher, and when she began taking agricultural science classes her freshmen year at Bartlett Yancey High School, she found her true passion in agricultural education. A native of Yanceyville, North Carolina, Smith was an active member of the FFA chapter throughout her high school career. Emboldened…
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Special Populations & iCEV: Gifted & Talented Students

In the final post of the Special Populations & iCEV blog series, we will discuss how to engage Gifted & Talented students in CTE classes. If you would like to review any of the previous blog posts in this series, follow this link.   Every state has a slightly different definition of the term “Gifted…
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Special Populations & iCEV: Individuals with Disabilities

To follow last week’s post, Special Populations & iCEV: Accommodations, Adaptations & Modifications, this week’s blog will address the needs of individuals with disabilities in CTE classes. To review all of the blogs in the Special Populations & iCEV series, click here.   The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), possibly the most well-known law…
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Special Populations & iCEV: Accommodations, Adaptations & Modifications

In this week’s edition of the Special Populations & iCEV blog series, we will provide an overview of accommodations, adaptions and modifications. If this is the first post you’re viewing in the Special Populations & iCEV series and would like to view the previous posts, click here. For some teachers, the difficult part of teaching isn’t…
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How to Use the iCEV Testing Platform for Certification Only Access

This post will provide instructions for those who only have access to the industry certifications tested for on the iCEV testing platform. Step 1 Log into iCEV Go to https://login.icevonline.com/Login to login. On the login screen, enter your username and password.   Step 2 Add New Certification On your “My Courses” page, click the “+Add…
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How to Use the iCEV Testing Platform for Industry Certifications

This post will provide an overview of the features on the iCEV testing platform. For step-by-step instructions, follow the iCEV tutorial links below. Adding a Certification to Your “My Courses” Page This tutorial was created for any subscribers who are unfamiliar with the process of adding an industry certification to their “My Courses” page. For…
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Special Populations & iCEV: English Language Learners

To continue the Special Populations & iCEV blog series, this week’s post will discuss the needs of English Language Learners (ELLs) and provide an overview of the ways iCEV materials can address those needs. To review the previous posts in this series, click here.   ELLs are defined as students “who come from non-English speaking…
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