[NASAFACS] New CTAE/FACS Teacher Conference Ideas

Vincent, Megan MVincent2 at mt.gov
Tue Jun 12 16:37:12 MDT 2018

Hi Linsey,

We have a one-day training in Montana, and we just revamped ours with a new format.  It's for all New CTE Professionals (all areas) within years 0 to 5.  We are encouraging them to attend more than once as needed each year.   We have decided to merge all content areas for most of the day this year to allow for more cross-curricular networking rather than mostly dividing them in previous years.  I have attached our agenda.

Most of our CTSOs have a fall leadership training of some sort, and many of the chapter advisers receive intense training at that time.

I don't have any data on retention unfortunately on our more non-traditional teaching routes.  Those that get connected personally or with mentors seem to stick it out in Montana as they have such a high learning curve.

Hope this helps!


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Megan A. Vincent
Family & Consumer Sciences Education Specialist/Montana FCCLA State Advisor,
Career & Technical Education Division, Montana Office of Public Instruction
*   Phone: 406.444.3599
*   Mobile: 406.570.5025
*   Website: www.opi.mt.gov<http://www.opi.mt.gov>
*   Email: mvincent2 at mt.gov<mailto:mvincent2 at mt.gov>

From: NASAFACS <nasafacs-bounces at lists.uen.org> On Behalf Of Linsey Shockley
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 4:27 PM
To: nasafacs at lists.uen.org
Subject: [NASAFACS] New CTAE/FACS Teacher Conference Ideas

Hello All,

In Georgia, we offer a two day conference and a follow up workshop for the new CTE teachers (0-3 years).  This has now become my project.  The format and subjects have been the same for the past couple of years and I'm looking to revamp it.  I want to ensure I'm providing the materials the teachers need.  Like most of you, we have three tiers of teachers: 1. those that went to school to teach, 2. those that came from industry 3. Those that graduated college then ended up teaching.

Do any of you have the same type of training in your state?  What all do you provide?  It can be FACS and/or CTE specific.

Do any of you have any information regarding retention of teachers in your state?  How can we keep them?

Lastly, I'm in search of topics that all of the tiers can benefit from.  We currently have the basics: classroom management, project based learning, lesson planning, CTSO training, differentiated instruction, EOPAs, assessment, and our teacher evaluation system.  What topics are we missing?

Thank you so much for your help!

Linsey Shockley
Program Specialist
Family & Consumer Sciences, Education, and Culinary Arts
Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education
Georgia Department of Education
1752 Twin Towers East
205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive, SE
Atlanta, Georgia 30334
Cell: (470)-755-8523
Office: (404)-463-1445
Email: lshockley at doe.k12.ga.us<mailto:lshockley at doe.k12.ga.us>

"Educating Georgia's Future"

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