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Students profile Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.   Courtesy of Cronkite News Watch.

News Bureau Covers Convention


2011 marks the launch of the ACTEAZ Student News Bureau.  Career and Technical Education student reporters will cover the institute “wire to wire” documenting and publishing their stories on the Connection  website.        Read more.

Sir Ken Robinson Opening Keynote at ACTE 2011

Sponsored by CEV Multimedia
Sir Ken Robinson is an internationally
recognized leader in the development of creativity, innovation, education and human resources. Sir Ken is the recipient of the prestigious Peabody Award (2008) and the Benjamin Franklin Medal given by the Royal Society of the Arts in London (2008). In 2005, he was named as one of Time/Fortune/CNN’s Principal Voices.   Read More
 

Learning through Digital Story Telling

By: Thalia Perez


At the ACTEAZ conference in Tucson, AZ many teachers are having the opportunity to learn new skills to take back to their students. This includes learning how to use new computer programs.    Read more

Google Apps for Education

By: Gilbert Romero


Thunderbird High School teachers Brian Davis and Demetri Graham implemented new technologies to make classroom assignments and projects easier to distribute and collect from their students..   Read More

Ray McNulty Opens Friday General Session

Hosted by the CTE Foundation     Sponsored by Corinthian Colleges

Ray McNulty is president of the International Center for Leadership in Education, having previously served as senior vice president. Prior to joining the International Center, he was a senior fellow at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where he worked with leading educators from around the country on improving our nation's high schools. He also is a past president of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.   Read More
 

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Photos courtesy of Ladue High School Student News Bureau

Countdown until the last day of ACTE2011

Goal Academy Online “High Tech and High Touch.”