CETE Assessment Services Partnered with ATSP

In June of 2016, CETE Assessment Services partnered with the Association of Transcribers and Speech-to-text Providers (ATSP) to conduct an occupational analysis of the role of Speech-to-Text Provider. This project was unique in two ways. It was the first time CETE conducted an analysis of

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ICE Conference

Several CETE staff participated in the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) Exchange Conference November 8-11 in Colorado Springs. Bob Mahlman, Jim Austin, Brooke Parker, and Kate Fergus presented an exhibit on credentialing. ICE is a professional membership association that provides education, networking, and other resources

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Mobilizing National Educator Talent (mNET) Recruitment

The Year 5 report by evaluators at the Youth Policy Institute in November shows Mobilizing National Educator Talent (mNET) exceeding targets for all four cohorts of Teachers of Record (ToRs). mNET exceeded the project goal of 1,111 teachers by 20%, recruiting a total of 1,337

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A CETE staff member participated in the annual HackOHI/O event on November 19-20 at the Ohio Union. Cara North, an instructional development specialist, was a judge at the event this year where students design, build, and demonstrate projects. The hackathon teams are given prompts and

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Finding Funding Opportunities

The EHE Office of Research hosted a panel discussion on October 21 entitled Finding Funding Opportunities: Federal, State, Foundation, Corporation and OSU. Topics discussed in this forum included a review of funding opportunities that provide large and small amounts and are appropriate for all audiences,

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Presentation at GCATD Conference

CETE Instructional Development Specialists Cara North and Alicia Willis presented on October 14 at the Association for Talent Development Greater Cincinnati Chapter (GCATD) annual conference held in West Chester, Ohio. Their presentation, entitled “Microlearning: Macro-knowledge in Nanoseconds,” helped participants plan activities based on the needs

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Capitol Hill Day and COABE

The Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE) sponsored Capitol Hill Day on September 28th in Washington to meet legislators and advocate on behalf of adult education. CETE staff member Jody Angelone participated in this event. She is the vice president of membership for COABE and

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Two Annual Conference Presentations

CETE staff member Kate Fergus presented at two conferences this fall in sessions aimed to address the important relationship between content standards, career pathways, and critical thinking. The goal is to provide adult education and career tech professionals with strategies and tools they can implement

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Ohio TESOL Conference

Two CETE staff members presented at the Ohio TESOL conference held in Columbus on October 7 and 8. Christina Terrell facilitated a panel who discussed evidence-based instructional strategies presented during the English that Works training event delivered by The Center for Applied Linguistics last spring.

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State Personnel Development Grant National Conference

CETE staff member Barbara Boone presented at the State Personnel Development Grant National Conference held on Oct. 11-12 in Washington. The title of her presentation was “Systematically Embedding Family Partnerships: Moving from Supplemental to Central.” In this session, she shared the lessons learned through Ohio’s

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Instructional Designer Podcast Interview

An episode on Dear Instructional Designer, a podcast dedicated to tools, technology, and solutions from instructional designers, features an interview with Cara North, a CETE Instructional Development Specialist. Discussion points are pros and cons of the instruction-designer career; designing and developing learning management systems; creating

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Outstanding Special Education Teacher Award

A special education teacher from one of our mNET partners was awarded the Outstanding Special Education Teacher Award. Brenda McNair from the Clark County School District in Nevada received this award from the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET). This award is bestowed on

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