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CTE 551 - Principles of Career and Technical Education


Description:
This course addresses the planning and implementation of CTE programs including work and career, leadership development, advisory committees, program promotion, and professional responsibilities.

Credits:
(4-5)

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify the history and philosophy of CTE
  • Identify how the types and focus of CTE programs have changed over time
  • Demonstrate the importance of Career and Technical Education programs for a community
  • Identify trends and issues affecting CTE programs
  • Identify ways to link academic learning and work-based learning to prepare students for the world of work, advanced training and continued education
  • Identify career pathways and career cluster requirements at the state and local level
  • Identify CTE leadership development programs and how they enhance specific CTE programs
  • Demonstrate the development and use of advisory committees in CTE programs
  • Identify the personal and professional attributes and leadership skills needed for facilitating CTE programs
  • Identify ways to market CTE programs and implement and maintain collaborative partnerships with colleagues, communities, businesses, industry and families

Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
11/17/2010

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