The CORE Community is a uniquely designed, professional-development experience. Each participant will be a part of a select group of CTE professionals who are interested in enhancing their teaching through collaboration, skill development and growing their network of relationships with other career and technical educators.
As part of the course, the CORE-101, participants will be guided through a proven process to create lesson/activity plans that effectively integrate core academics into their CTE instruction. Additionally, participants will be connected with their peers in a meaningful, supportive environment that allows them to apply their new skills and develop relationships that work for the after they complete the CORE-101 course.
In addition to the access to the course, CORE-101, there are other courses already available on Flipping the Classroom and Teaching Online. Other courses will be added throughout the year and are available at no extra cost.
The CORE Community also features an electronic version of the award winning publication from ACTE, Techniques Magazine at no additional cost.
Pilot participants will be invited to remain in the CORE Community following the conclusion of the Pilot to continue to network, collaborate and access all resources for an extended period of time.
SPECIAL: Through the end of 2015, participants who successfully complete all components of the CORE-101 course, including creating their CORE lesson/activity plan and who are engaged in the discussions and collaborative aspects of the CORE Community will be eligible to receive 2 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) of credit from the University of Central Missouri.