In the Blink of an AI – Time to Shift our CTE Assessments_Corinne-Hoisington

In the Blink of an AI – Time to Shift our CTE Assessments

Thanks to ChatGPT, educators need new methods of assessment that are NON-TEXT in nature. It is highly necessary to create assessment methods that require students to produce authentic, novel, and personalized responses, which can help educators stay ahead of the uncertainty and workload that AI writers create. In this presentation, you will see tons of examples of new ways to assess that are not text-based!


Inform. Inspire. Educate. Re-imagining CTE for the 21st Century

Career and Technical Education (CTE) has a nearly 150-year track record of dynamic change and evolution. Despite its longevity and history, CTE is still a pillar of innovation, designed to equip learners with a blend of academic knowledge, practical skills, and real-world experiences. It also remains a leading approach to education that prepares individuals for the complex challenges and opportunities of the 21st-century workforce. Today, CTE is on a transformative journey to reshape itself into a model that not only prepares students for current job markets but instills a lifelong passion for learning and exploration…

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Work-Based Learning: Bridging the Gap Between Education and Employment

Today’s educational demands require students, educators, institutions, and businesses to look beyond the four walls of a classroom for inspiration and preparedness. A learning concept that extends beyond the physical confines of a building is Work-Based Learning (WBL). WBL is an educational strategy that integrates classroom learning with practical work experiences…

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Listening to the Student Voice: Fostering Belonging, Inclusion, and Learning

Today’s learners will be tomorrow’s leaders, and the conversations that unfold within the classroom serve as the bedrock upon which students will build their lives in the years ahead. While from the outside, the roles of educator and student as giver vs receiver of knowledge (respectively) is clear, we as educators know that we learn as much from our students as they learn from us (sometimes more)…