The deadline is May 25th for teachers to apply to this professional development program.
Educators from across the country will be introduced to the latest instructional materials, teaching techniques, and partnership opportunities to advance their career and technical education programs.
Over the past decade, the nation’s K-12 educational systems have worked hard to deliver students to four-year degree programs at universities. This focus has greatly reduced the number of shop and hands-on technical classes, resulting in dwindling opportunities to expose students to the sorts of careers that drive the transportation industry today. The Minnesota State Transportation Center of Excellence is determined to reverse this trend by providing young people with in-person, hands-on experiences, while demonstrating the value to parents, school administrators, industry representatives, and others.
Each year NTTD highlights innovative training policies, programs and technologies that serve the unique needs of the transportation community, bringing together DOT staff and trainers, LTAP personnel, and national training resource experts from federal, university and private sector organizations. Members of the transportation training community exchange ideas about training innovations and resources, develop collaborative relationships and networks, and learn from leading experts in the field.
The MTTIA 2018 Summer Conference is just around the corner. As in the past, the technical sessions and the trade show will be held at Central Lakes Community College, in Brainerd MN. We welcome instructors from STEM-related high school programs as well as instructors from other states.
The HSTW Staff Development Conference provides a platform for elementary, middle grades and high school educators to share innovative and proven school improvement strategies. Hear how teams of teachers, counselors and leaders prepared academic and career and technical education students with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in college and the 21st-century workplace.
The CTE Educators Summit is a highly interactive event sponsored by MHI, targeted for instructors, program directors, and associations in the area of warehousing and distribution, logistics and supply chain. Educators from across the country will be introduced to the latest instructional materials, teaching techniques, and partnership opportunities to advance their career and technical education programs.
The Networking Conference focuses exclusively on SREB’s literacy and math strategies to support teacher instruction and student learning. These tools break down the walls of isolation to create a collaborative environment where teachers can experiment and encourage student-based discovery. Learn how to build student and teacher confidence and meet college- and career-readiness standards at the same time!