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Career and Technical Instructional Programs and Teacher Preparation (week 10)
Transcript of Career and Technical Instructional Programs and Teacher Preparation (week 10)
Aviation / Aerospace, Manufacturing & Repair Occupations
Construction Industry & Building Maintenance Occupations
Family & Consumer Science Occupations
Food Service Occupations
Graphic Printing & Visual Communications Occupations
Motorcycle, Marine & Outdoor Power Equipment Occupations
Precision Metal Work Occupations
Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Occupations
Other/ Unique & Emerging Occupations
Areas of CTE certification 1.) Hold a high school diploma or equivalent (some job placements will accept an Associate's Degree).
2.) Be a U.S. citizen or intend to become a citizen.
3.) Regardless of what that area is, the individual working towards becoming a CTE teacher will need to complete the appropriate CTE program within the state in which they are going to teach (Depending on the area of focus, there may be different requirements to become certified in that given area).
4.) Pass appropriate background checks.
5.) Have prior work experience.
6.) Attend workshop/ orientation on CTE in schools Have a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college/university
Have completed a state-approved college/university teacher preparation program in one of four specific broad endorsement areas: Agriculture Education, Business and Marketing Education, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Technology Education.
Demonstrate competence in one or more of the above five broad endorsement areas,
Document one year (2,000 hours) of paid occupational experience in the specific broad CTE subject area for which certification is sought. If any of the 2,000 hours is more than 6 years old, 300 hours of the experience must be within the past 2 years...
Example of Certification Process:
Like any teacher certification program, it is important to find the purpose in which you want to portray within your classroom. Or perhaps, your own philosophy to work towards meeting your goals and the standards required. **These are a few of the main areas of certification within Career and Technical Education** Steps to take for successful certification... According to the State of Washington OR... Have completed a Washington Professional Standards Board- approved program for the business and industry route, and ...
Document 3 years (6,000 hours) of paid occupational experience in the specific CTE subcategory/specialty area for which certification is sought.
One year (2,000 hours) must be within the past 6 years. If any of the 2,000 hours is more than 6 years old, 300 hours of the experience must be within the past 2 years.
Preparation and Experience (Business & Industry Route)
Recommendations Enhanced preparation programs that emphasize background knowledge along with general and subject-matter.
Program structure should revolve around various areas within the specialized content in which you are certified to teach.
CTE models that demonstrate various ways to obtain certification.
**According to Gray and Walter's (2001)**
CTE teacher The End!