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Kansas Center for Career & Technical Education

Providing professional development and networking opportunities for CTE teachers.

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Workshops

practice technical
Industry skills

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Resources

collaborate and share
educational resources

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Mentoring

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Degree Program

Coursework

acquire professional
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Bring your industry experience into the classroom!

Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers prepare high school and post-secondary students for a wide variety of careers.

There are several pathways to becoming a CTE teacher. The KCCTE provides many opportunities to help prepare industry professionals for these positions.

 

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Browse for instructional resources developed and shared by Kansas CTE teachers. Complete courses are available in many areas and include lesson plans, lecture presentations, student activities, and assessments. All materials are copyright free and provided in an editable format. Join our team of authors or browse our selection of available courses.

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Technical workshops located in various locations throughout Kansas provide CTE teachers an opportunity to learn and improve technical skills. Workshop presenters are typically classroom teachers, and are knowledgeable in methods of teaching content. Networking with other teachers within the same content area is just an added bonus of attending a KCCTE technical workshop.

Certificates of completion provide participants a record of attendance, which can be submitted at the local district for professional development points.

 

SPECIAL NOTE: We will be closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and making adaptations to the workshop schedule as needed. We will be complying with national, state, and local guidelines to determine when it is safe to hold face-to-face workshops. Currently, we are patiently waiting to see if we can host our summer workshops.

Please continue to register for any listed workshops – notifications will be sent to all registrants by email when schedule modifications are made or delivery methods adapted.  Refunds will be granted to registrants who cannot attend due to these changes.