Educators in Action is a blog for educators, by educators. The posts in Educators in Action are provided by our Board, Fellows,
State Leaders, and Award winners. If you have any questions about the blog, please contact
Leadership Coordinator Jordan Kronz
for more information!
Warren Kawano is a 2015 Region V Fellow. Here, he tells the story of what it was like attending NPS as the only representative for his state!
Posted by Application Administrator at 3/24/2015 2:11:20 PM
Leslie Bleskachek is the 2015 Region III Fellow. Here, she questions why, with all the innovations found in CTE, funding does not follow?
Posted by Application Administrator at 3/24/2015 2:06:17 PM
Matthew Gambill is the Executive Director of Georgia ACTE. Read about how Georgia is making the effort to advocate on a local scale, in order to help the CTE mission as a whole!
Posted by Application Administrator at 3/24/2015 2:03:01 PM
Diane Walker is the Coordinator of College & Career Readiness of Antelope Valley Union High School District. Here, she gives the play-by-play of the tour she took of five CTE schools in Lancaster, California.
Posted by Application Administrator at 3/23/2015 5:14:48 PM
Mike Woods is the ACTE State Association Region I Liaison. Read about his tips on advocating for CTE, even when it seems like an endless task!
Posted by Application Administrator at 3/17/2015 9:57:38 AM
Robin McLean is the 2013 ACTE Teacher of the Year. Here, she expounds on the question: How can we keep advocacy at the forefront of our minds, even after CTE Month is finished?
Posted by Application Administrator at 3/17/2015 4:34:50 PM
Have you ever tried being innovative, only to have it not go as smoothly as you anticipated? Robin McLean, 2013 ACTE Teacher of the Year, shares why classroom innovation is still valuable, even if it’s not perfect.
Posted by Application Administrator at 2/23/2015 1:35:22 PM
Jeanie Bragg is the national 2015 ACTE Career Guidance Award winner! In this post, she shows us how to make innovation a lifelong process for our students, starting in kindergarten and going through high school.
Posted by Application Administrator at 3/10/2015 1:39:57 PM