This class will be held IN PERSON on June 3 from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm at START @ WEST-MEC Presentation Room. 5405 N 99th Ave, Glendale AZ 85305. To earn 1 ADE credit you must also attend Instructional Best Practices Day 2 on June 8, 2021.
This course is an introduction to the design and use of CTE curriculum. In this highly engaging course teachers will focus on the design and delivery of relevant and engaging lessons. Special emphasis is placed on writing clear, aligned and measureable objective(s), a variety of methods for structuring learning to meet objective(s), incorporation of active participation strategies, developing a strong introduction to each lesson, and closure to assess learning. These strategies will be woven and modeled throughout the entire course.
It is highly recommended that participants take both Day 1 & Day 2 so that they understand the 6 parts to a CTED lesson. Without day 2, participants will be missing out on how to design bellwork, an introduction for both the class and the lab and a closure for both the class and the lab. We have found that people who only take day 1 are not fully equipped to write a lesson plan which we know is an expectation.
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This 8-hour class is the first class in a 2 class set. You may wish to also sign up for Instructional Best Practices Day 2 (a separate 8 hour class)! The third class in this series is Classroom Management and is also open for registration.
All participants who complete the IBP Day 1 class and whose district is a member of the Curriculum Consortium will receive password-protected access to the AZ CTE Curriculum Consortium with its bank of outstanding lesson plans and/or other valuable resources for CTE programs written by Arizona CTE teachers.
There is no homework for this class. You will only receive 1 ADE Credit once you attend all 8 hours of Instructional Best Practices Day 1 and all 8 hours of Instructional Best Practices Day 2.