July 2013 Published Resources

STATEWIDE INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT CENTER

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.

ONLINE TEACHER COURSES
Hospitality Service Part II (TEKS 10 – 18)
Practicum in Culinary Arts

NEW INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE LESSONS
Career Portals
See Career Portals Suggested Course Outline for access to over 22 lessons.

Child Guidance
A Look at Legal Responsibilities and Child Labor Laws

Principles of Human Services
Keys to Career Success

FOR ALL COURSES
Suggested Activities for Education and Training, Hospitality and Tourism and Humans Services: Organized by Career Cluster/Career Pathways

100 SAMPLE ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
Principles of Education and Training

FCSTAT CONFERENCE SESSION PRESENTATIONS
An Interactive Toolkit for FCS/CTE Teachers

For New Teachers – Effective Lesson Planning: Making a Real World Connection

How to use FREE Presentation Tools for Your Classroom

Presentation Notes and Guides for Free Presentation Tools

Importance of a Career Portfolio

Ideas for Career Portfolio Checklist

Lessons for Career Portals: Focus on Education and Training, Hospitality and Tourism and Human Services

More Free Resources for Education and Training, Hospitality and Tourism and Human Services Teachers!

Theories of Behavior and Social Development: Infancy Through Adolescence

Theories of Behavior and Social Development: Infancy Through Adolescence Resource List

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2013 NEW CTE TEACHER CONFERENCE

The Texas Education Agency sponsors the statewide professional development conference for first and second year career and technical education (CTE) teachers. This year’s conference will be held September 30 – October 2, 2013 in Austin, Texas.

Attendees have the opportunity to learn proven strategies for CTE, meet Texas Education Agency CTE staff and representatives from Texas CTE professional associations and career and technical student organizations (CTSOs), ask questions, and share ideas with other CTE educators from across the state.

Conference sessions will include 16 Career Clusters breakouts, CTE TEKS, lesson planning, serving special populations, strategies for teaching today’s students, and more!

$75 registration fee includes:

• Conference admission for two days
• All conference materials
• Working lunch on Tuesday, October 1
• Opportunity to earn up to 14 CPEs

Conference capacity is limited. Online applications will be accepted until September 16, 2013.

To submit your online application, visit:

CTE Professional Development
http://cte.tamucc.edu

STAR Day 2013
Texas Tech University presents Seeking, Training and Recruiting Future FCS Teachers.
See attached Flyer for more information.STAR Day 2013 001

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