Below are links to sample CTE classroom projects as well as tips on how to create your own classroom activities to help students become career ready in a global economy. This page includes:
How does a global project fit into my instructional plan? It’s not as difficult as you think—here are the steps to help you get started:
Want to learn how to get started with integrating global content into your CTE program? Take Module 1: Global Career Readiness – A New Imperative, a short 15-minute online professional development module that is part of the Career Readiness in a Global Economy: STEM and CTE program. The module is available free of charge with registration.
When using a project-centric approach in your program, it will be important to assume the role of a facilitator of learning instead of the sole source of knowledge for your students. In making this shift, you will empower your students to expand their global competence, technical proficiency, and project management skills. In order to make this transformation, consider:
High Quality Project Based Learning (HQPBL) is a consortium of organizations that, based on research, defined what a high-quality project-based learning experience should look like. The HQPBL Framework helps teachers demonstrate deeper learning outcomes as they design PBL experiences. Explore project examples from around the world.
Want to learn more about how to design high-quality PBL to increase student engagement, learning, and application? Take Module 3: Designing Your Global STEM Project, a free, short 15-minute online professional development module that is part of the Career Readiness in a Global Economy: STEM and CTE program.
Use this blank project planning template to plan your own global CTE project! (Can be used on your own, or in conjunction with Module 2 of the Global CTE PD Course).
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