The Network provides an in-service via the internet (Webinar) on a monthly basis. The Webinars are live one or two times on a given date. We also record them so members who are not available those times and date can still take advantage of viewing the in-service.

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On-Demand Webinar Blog Series - Advocacy 101: Making the Case for CTE

The purpose of this on-demand webinar is to introduce you to the basics of advocacy so that you have the tools to support and promote your CTE programs - whether on Capitol Hill, with state policy makers, through the media, or in your local districts.

Title Grades
Winning Work-based Learning Activities for the 9-12 Classroom All (K-12)
Increase Non-Traditional Enrollment All (K-12)
Successful Strategies to Market Your Work-based Learning Program All (K-12)
Unpacking the Employability Skills Profile for Work-based Learning Programs All (K-12)
Unpacking the Career Plan for Work-based Learning Programs Secondary (6-12)
Multiple Pathways: Making Sense of the BOR October 20, 2014 Pathways to Graduation Decision All (K-12)
Jump Start Your Non Traditional Enrollment Now! All (K-12)
CTE 101 All (K-12)
Digital Game-Based Learning: Creative Problem Solving and So Much More All (K-12)
The 21st Century Work-based Learning Coordinator All (K-12)
Webinar #3. A Reality Check: Financial Mathematics Projects for Students Secondary (6-12)
Webinar #2. Automobile Algebra All (K-12)
Webinar #1. Charting Investments, Looking for Trends All (K-12)
Connecting the Standards to Work-based Learning Programs All (K-12)
CAREER Instructional Model: Element #6, Rate Work Habits and Collaboration All (K-12)
CAREER Instructional Model: Element #5, Empower with Hope and Confidence All (K-12)
Educating Students with Disabilities about Workplace Safety and Health All (K-12)
The Danielson Framework as a Cookbook to Support CTE Instruction All (K-12)
Reading Strategies for Career Academies and CTE Secondary (6-12)
CAREER Instructional Model:Element #4, Engage as Independent Learners All (K-12)
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