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TEA Training for New CTE Administrators

Workshop specifically for Career & Technical Education.

Important Session Information:

At the conclusion of this TEA developed 4-day training, participants will be better equipped for Data-Driven Decision Making, forging Partnerships, Program Design, and utilizing Resources.

Module 1 (of 4): Data-Driven Decision Making
• Using a CTE lens while maintaining relevance to the overall success of students, Data-Driven Decision Making guides leaders to use facts, metrics, and data to guide strategic instructional decisions that align with campus and district goals, objectives, and initiatives. Participants will learn how to analyze multiple data sources, including College, Career, and Military Readiness (CCMR) indicators, Labor Market Information (LMI), and Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment (CLNA) Summary and Supplemental Reports. At the end of this module, participants will be prepared to integrate CTE into the overall environment of a data-driven organization while engaging various stakeholders in the decision-making process

Module 2 (of 4): Partnerships
• Partnerships are a key component of successful CTE programs. In this module, participants will explore a variety of internal and external partnerships, how each one plays a role within a CTE department, and the overall importance and potential impacts of nurturing and sustaining these relationships. Additionally, participants will review their local education agency’s current CTE partnerships and develop a strategic plan to cultivate new partnerships and strengthen existing relationships.

Module 3 (of 4): Program Design
• This module will give participants the opportunity to use a design-thinking mindset to develop CTE programs that meet the needs of all students as they prepare for post-secondary success. Attendees will learn to identify effective CTE program design elements and practice using tools to enhance existing programs. Using available resources and data, participants will learn how to design CTE programs that are equitable, accessible, and aligned to relevant and real-world applications. Participants will gain strategies and skills to strengthen their practice as CTE advocates and instructional leaders. 

Module 4 (of 4): Resources
• This module provides and overview of many key components of CTE programs- time, finances, human resources, facilities, instructional resources and supplies, transportation, and professional learning. Participants will identify, review, and develop resources to build foundational knowledge to assist them in being successful in the varied roles they serve as programmatic and instructional leaders in CTE.
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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(24) CPE Provider #235-950
(24) Contact Hours
Seats Available:
Contact Person:
Kathleen Hunt
Kathleen Hunt
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1905 Leary Lane Victoria, TX 77901
Phone: 361.573.0731
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