June 2013 Published Resources


The following resources have been developed or located for your use by the Statewide Instructional Resources Development Center team. Click on the lesson titles below for instant access! Please make sure to rate the lessons and add to your FAVORITES! Feel free to share this newsletter with your colleagues.

Principles of Human Services


Culinary Arts
What Would You Do? Ethics in Culinary Arts

Cosmetology I
Shampooing and Conditioning

Hospitality Services
What Would You Do? Ethics in Hospitality Services

Hotel Management
What Woud You Do? Ethics in Hotel Management
Show Me the Money! Budgeting and Forecasting Revenues

Interpersonal Studies
Who’s in Charge?

Introduction to Cosmetology
The Importance of Effective Communication

Restaurant Management
What Would You Do? Ethics in Restaurant Management

Travel and Tourism Management
What Would You Do? Ethics in Travel and Tourism Management
REMINDER: Teachers don’t forget to take advantage of the 17 published online courses that we have developed just for you! A passing score of 70 or above is the equivalent of 6 CPE credits!

Education and Training
Principles of Education and Training
Instructional Practices in Education and Training
Practicum in Education and Training

Hospitality and Tourism
Principles of Hospitality and Tourism
Culinary Arts
Hospitality Services Part I
Hotel Management
Restaurant Management
Travel and Tourism Management

Human Services
Principles of Human Services
Child Development
Child Guidance
Counseling and Mental Health
Family and Community Services
Interpersonal Studies
Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness
Practicum in Human Services


The Carl D. Perkins Program Effectiveness Report (PER) includes a section for reporting student success at completing industry certifications and licensures. TEA has posted a resource titled Myths and Facts – Student Industry Certification and Licensure on the TEA CTE web page. This resource clarifies some common misperceptions about student industry certification and licensure, and about the certification and licensure list in the PER.

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