Collaboration for Career and Technical Education

Collaboration for Career and Technical Education

Teamwork Beyond the Core Content Areas in a PLC at Work®

By: Wendy Custable, Paul Farmer

This practical resource explicitly outlines how CTE educators can integrate PLC best practices and collaborative team processes into their daily work. Maximize career and technical education for students through research-based teaching strategies.

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A guide for collaborative teaching in career and technical education

All teachers—including career and technical education (CTE) teachers—play a vital role in building a thriving PLC. In this practical resource, the authors explicitly outline how to improve teaching and learning by integrating PLC best practices into CTE programs. Teams of CTE educators will learn how to clarify their purpose, discover their common denominators, and incorporate powerful collaborative processes into their daily work.

  • Become familiar with the common issues that prevent CTE educators from engaging in the collaborative PLC process.
  • Learn why and how the PLC process benefits both CTE educators and students.
  • Learn how CTE educators can create collaborative programs that are tailored toward CTE fields of study.
  • Receive professional guidance and concrete, achievable teaching strategies for creating an effective PLC process.
  • Access a checklist of crucial action steps for career tech teams at the end of each chapter.

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Additional Information

Product Code: BKF940

ISBN: 9781949539677

Published By: Solution Tree

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