Anatomy of an iCEV Lesson Plan

When an iCEV subscriber first looks at what is included in a course hosted on the iCEV platform, they may feel that they have all the tools but not fully understand how to use ...
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New FCS Lessons

The American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences defines Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education as a “Field of study focused on the science and art of living and ...
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New & Updated Advanced Animal Science Lessons

Animal agriculture plays a substantial role in the American economy which in turn means an abundance of career opportunities for the next generation of the agricultural workforce. ...
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Introducing: 4 New STEM Courses

To meet the demand of 3.5 million STEM-related jobs in the next three years, STEM principles are now being incorporated in middle and high school classrooms. To help prepare the ...
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The Value of STEM in Middle School

Imagine developing code for a website or prototyping a new machine– at age twelve. Traditionally, education and training for careers in STEM has focused on high school and college ...
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Introducing Capstone Lessons

iCEV is launching a brand-new content type: capstone lessons. These lessons are designed to be utilized at the end of CTE courses to allow students to synthesize the learning ...
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Introducing Scientific Research and Design Course

To meet the demand of 3.5 million STEM-related jobs in the next three years, STEM principals are being incorporated in middle and high school classrooms. To help prepare the next ...
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4 Tips for Integrating Industry Certifications in CTE

Industry certifications are unique in offering value to students, professionals, schools and businesses. By earning an industry certification, students are preparing for their ...
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3 Ways to Explore Careers in CTE Classrooms

Career exploration allows students to grow, expand and pursue changing interests. From an early age, today’s students are encouraged to begin exploring careers and often asked to ...
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Beyond the Label: Teaching Strategies for all Learners

For some teachers,  the difficult part of teaching  isn’t  developing  content,  it’s  differentiation.  Fifty years ago, classrooms were organized in a teacher-centered manner ...
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