KCCTE Educational Resources

KCCTE ResourcesKCCTE is providing this resource sharing library at no cost to CTE instructors. This allows CTE instructors to collaborate and share educational resources with others within the same occupational area. Suggested documents to share may include, but are not limited to: Best Lab Practices, Classroom Management Tips, Lesson Plans, Student Assessments, or Unit Plans.

Please Note: These instructional materials are for personal use only. Instructors should not use these materials for profit.

It's simple to take advantage of this opportunity:

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Multiple documents may be submitted at one time by combining them into a ZIP file (35 MB limit).

After resources are received, one of our KCCTE faculty/staff will review, edit, and/or make necessary formatting changes. Before final approval, the materials will also be reviewed by a content specific instructor. Upon approval, you will be notified, and your materials will be made available in our searchable document library.

This resource library is a newly added feature to the KCCTE website. Please be patient with us as it is being developed. Check back often for resource updates to the library. For problems, please contact Kelley Manley at kmanley@pittstate.edu or 620-235-4102.

Download a sample lesson plan NOW!
Intro to Industrial Technology - Auto


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(Once you are a registered user,
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(Please use the
KCCTE Lesson Plan Template if you are submitting a complete lesson plan.)


If uploading, Read and Agree to the KCCTE Contributor's License Agreement - found at the end of the Upload process.
(Please note: You are giving permission to others to take your materials and edit them as they wish. Your name will appear in the Search as the author.)

Creative Commons

Creative Commons

It is recommended that you label your materials with Creative Commons licensing before uploading. You will be asked to sign a Contributor's License Agreement before uploading resources to our library. However, you can additionally make a Creative Commons notation on your materials. For more information about Creative Commons, click here.

Our recommendation is that you use Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license.

The following is an example of how to mark your work:
"This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license."

For more information on how to mark your work, click here.

Creative Commons in Education Brochure