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KCCTE Open Education for Teacher Resources (OER)

KCCTE provides one of the most unique websites for teacher resources provided at no cost to CTE instructors. This allows CTE instructors to collaborate and share educational resources with others within the same occupational area. Possible items to share can include, but are not limited to: best lab practices, classroom management tips, lab safety reports, learning strategies, lesson plans, student activities, student assessments, or favorite rubric templates.

These instructional materials are for classroom use only. Instructors should not use these materials for profit.

To submit materials to the KCCTE Resource Library:

All CTE teachers are encouraged to utilize this library as a portal for sharing favorite instructional materials. To do so, go to the Resource Library and Register or Login. Click on Submit Materials to upload items to share with other teachers. Complete the form and upload the URL or document to share.


To upload multiple documents:

If the instructional materials being uploaded include more than one document with the same description, please ZIP these items into a compressed folder and upload the folder. If sharing items that should be listed with separate descriptions, please complete a submission for each item.

To develop a complete course for the KCCTE Resource Library:

There is also an opportunity to develop and share “complete courses”. These materials are developed by Kansas CTE teachers and are reviewed by a subject matter expert (SME). For compensation information and details, click on Request Author Access from the main Resource Library page, indicating an interest in being contacted as a resource contributor.

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It is recommended that you label your materials with Creative Commons licensing before uploading. For more information, review Creative Commons.

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.”