2012 Session Materials

12Please find below a listing of conference sessions.  For those sessions that provided materials, the session title will be followed by links to their content.  Thank you to all of this year's fantastic presenters!  To view presentation materials from 2011, please click here.

Session A - Monday, February 6, 2012 - 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Enhancing Career Education with No-Cost Instructional Resources

Articulating the Power of Partnership: How Dual Enrollment and Direct Credit Bridges the Gap Between Secondary and Postsecondary Education

Girls Can Fix Airplanes Too!

Assess for Success: Getting the Most Out of Your Assessment Program     1

Is There an App for That?

The Connection Between Learning Styles and Learning Personality: The Implications for Educators and Students

Online Career Exploration Course and its Development

Connecting Academics and EDP/Career Programs

Reaching Out to Support CTE Instructors: Pro-Mo-TEd

MCPA: The Source for Placing STudents in a Safe and Effective Learning Environment     1

Preparing Students for High Wage, High Skill, and High Demand Leadership and Managerial Careers

Partnerships in Performance: Teacher Evaluation in Practice, Performance, and Partnerships     1

Beyond the Classroom...Stem Collaboratives with Industry     1

Session B - Monday, February 6, 2012 - 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Finding A Way in Tough Economic Times: Creating Partnerships to Share Resources

Michigan's Programs of Study Development Process - Culinary Arts

Preparing Students for Green Jobs in Alternative Energy     1

Twenty Things You Can Do Right Now to Make Your Classroom Better!     1     2

Are Your Students Ready for Prime Time Technical Jobs?

Navigating NAVIGATOR     1     2

How To Move From Annual Authorization to Interim Occupational Certification

Life Skills Planning

CTE and the Dropout Challenge     1    2     3     4

Robots and Sensors and Jobs, Oh My! Implementing a Successful Mechatronics Program

What's New Online to Support CTE

The Undefined Job Market: Understanding Work Opportunities in Today's Economy     1

Beyond the Brochure: Proven Strategies to Improve Your Nontraditional Core Performance Indicators     1     2     3

The Right Way to Invest and Why We Never Do

Ah, The Mistakes That We Will Make: Training the Green Generation

Developing Collaborative Partnerships Between CTE, Art, and Service Learning

Session C - Monday, February 6, 2012 - 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Getting Them Ready - Strategies for Career Preparation     1     2     3     4    5     6    

Marketing a CTE Program

Finding Meaning in the Masses: Maximizing your Professional Learning Community

Digitally Created Training Agreements and Plans     1

College Planning and Preparation for Medical Careers: How We Help Students Get Ready

The Professional Development Needs of the Annually Authorized Teacher

Improving Science Skills Through CTE Curriculum     1

WoW     1

Educating Pharmacy Technicians

Program Rotations: Benefits and Challenges

Student Success in a Global Economy     1

Education Careers (13.0000) Program Assessment

Flipping the Classroom

The Making of Energy: Green Energy and Fabrication Academy

Michigan Electronic Grants System Plus (MEGS+) Overview

Session D - Tuesday, February 7, 2012 - 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Using SMART Goal to Incorporate Reading and Math in CTE Curriculum

Learning Lenses - SEA the Possibilities for Dynamic Career Education

Community Conversation: The Future of Education in Michigan

The Qualities of the 21st Century CTE Teacher

Critical Thinking on the Web

Career Cluster Implementation with Multimedia Curriculum

Get Connected     1

Michigan's Statewide CPI Trends Across Selected Career Clusters

Failure is not an Option!

America's Marketing High School

Teach Computer Programming for Mobile App and Game Development     1

College and Career Ready: It's Simple When You Give Them What They Need     1

Civil Rights Obligations of Local Agencies     1

Three Ways to Take Algebra II and Still Enroll in Career-Tech

Exploring the Natural Resources and Agriscience Career Pathway

Life and Work After High School: CTE Can Help Chart the Path     1     2

Session E - Tuesday, February 7, 2012 - 9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

Career Pathways Through Industry Recognized Credentials

Building Understanding Into Our Curriculum

Community Conversation: The Future of Education in Michigan

Slice and Dice: Using Existing Data to Answer Novel Questions About Student Outcomes     1

Finding Meaning in the Masses: Maximizing your Professional Learning Community

Online Content to Motivate Students

Partnerships in Performance: Teacher Evaluation in Practice, Performance, and Partnerships

Engaging Students in a Real World Experience Operating a Virtual Business

What Works in CTE Today?

Elementary Partnerships: Use Your CTC to Offer Eye-Opening Educational Opportunities     1

Technological Collaboration: Ways for Teachers to use Google Docs That Actually Work

Aligning English Language Arts Common CORE State Standards for College and Career Readiness

Passport to Success     1

Strategies Supporting Special Populations Students in CTE Programs     1         3     4     5     6

How To Develop Rigorous Programs of Study for State and Federal Requirements

PLTW - Preparing the Future STEM Professionals     1

The War Against Boys in Our Schools: CTE Throws Them a Lifeline     1     2

Session F - Tuesday, February 7, 2012 - 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

New Developments in eLearning     1

A Day in the Life of a Wind Turbine Technician

Tools of Engagement

Build a Whole School Evidence Based Career Development System - The National Career Readiness Certificate     1     2

Using Classroom Labs to Assure Competent Patient Outcomes     1     2

Addressing the New MI Standards for Heavy Equipment Training Using Simulation Software

Reality Store....Really?

TRAC Cliff Notes for Career Technical Education

Going Online with Your CTE Courses

Getting Our Students to Work: What's Working and What's Not     1

Autodesk Certification Program for Secondary Schools     

PLTW - Breaking Down the STEM Silos      1

Turn Your Classroom into a Robotic Laboratory Using LEGO