Teacher Resources

Several informational sources related to CTE are listed below. To recommend the inclusion of another source, please contact us.

AMA Teaching Resources (new!) – Here is an exciting new list of resources to enhance the Teaching of Marketing.  The National Headquarters of the American Marketing Association has made these resources available to the public.  Additional resources for teaching Marketing are available to participating members of the American Marketing Association.

AMA TV (new!) – features the latest in industry trends, marketing insights and relevant career information delivered in a short, entertaining, fast-paced TV show format with a new episode twice monthly.

Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) – Founded in 1926, the largest national education association dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youths and adults for successful careers.

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development – Educational leadership organization founded in 1943, dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner.

Career One Stop – Discover what industries are in demand, have the largest employment, are experiencing declining employment, pay the most, or what industry sector has the largest employment over a three-year period.

Center for Occupational Research and Development (CORD) – Founded in 1979, the nonprofit creates educational tools and innovative programs to empower faculty and prepare students for greater success in careers and higher education.

Center on Education and Work – Based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the center assists educators and career development practitioners with program evaluation, qualitative and quantitative research, professional development training and resources.

Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce – A nonprofit research and policy institute studying the link between education, career qualifications and workforce demands.

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Marketing Teacher.com – Marketing Teacher is for marketing learners. This site uses plain language to describe marketing topics and has an international appeal to marketing learners, teachers and professionals.

National Association of Colleges and Employers – The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) is the leading source of information on the employment of the college educated. The professional association connects more than 5,200 college career services professionals at nearly 2,000 colleges and universities nationwide, and more than 3,000 HR/staffing professionals focused on college relations and recruiting.

National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEC) – Founded in 1920, the agency is composed of state career education heads committed to leadership and outstanding performance in Career Technical Education.

National Research Center for Career and Technical Education – Generates scientifically-based knowledge, dissemination, professional development and technical assistance to improve CTE in the United States.

NJ Department of Education-Office of Career and Technical Education – Provides leadership for the state’s career and technical education system and administers the funding provided under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006.

Office of Vocational and Adult Education, US Department of Education – Administers and coordinates programs that are related to adult education and literacy, career and technical education and community colleges.

States’ Career Cluster Initiative (SCCI) – Established by NASDCTEC, SCCI provides research, products, services and technical assistance for implementation of the States’ Career Clusters framework.

Technology in the Classroom (new!) - From virtual flashcards to financial education scenarios, these sites and services provide different persepctives to teach from in the classroom.

Twitter Resources for Teachers (new!) - This website has a collection of resources for teachers who wish to explore and implement new teaching methods with Twitter.

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