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Tuesday, September 21
 

7:30am CDT

Conference Registration / Check In / Continental Breakfast
Registration will remain open throughout the day.

Speakers
avatar for Sandy Warning

Sandy Warning

Treasurer, Iowa ACTE


Tuesday September 21, 2021 7:30am - 8:30am CDT
Atrium

7:30am CDT

Meet with Exhibitors

Tuesday September 21, 2021 7:30am - 2:30pm CDT
Atrium

8:30am CDT

Opening Session
Welcome - Iowa ACTE President, Greg Krawiec
Keynote Speaker - Kate Kreamer, Advance CTE, DE CTE TEam

Speakers
avatar for Greg Krawiec

Greg Krawiec

President, Iowa ACTE
Greg Krawiec is Associate Professor and Coordinator for the Hospitality Management program at Kirkwood Community College. Mr. Krawiec is a graduate of the Academy of Culinary Arts, has acquired a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management from Florida International University as... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 8:30am - 10:00am CDT
Large Conference Room

10:15am CDT

Future Ready through a Continuous Improvement Lens
Heartland AEA has been reviewing data and providing supports to improve the Future Readiness of our students. Participants will learn how one AEA is moving the needle for Future Readiness and will be able to replicate at their school, district or AEA

Speakers
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Sue Schirmer

Consultant, Heartland AEA


Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 115

10:15am CDT

This one is RIPE for the picking: Rural Iowa Photonics Education.
Indian Hills Community College's Rural Iowa Photonics Education NSF project has the primary objective of increasing the number of Photonics Techs in the U.S.  This session will introduce lasers & optics to you and, hopefully, your students.  Content will include light, lasers, optics, safety, applications, career opportunities, etc.

The Laser & Optics Technicians demand is 10 times the supply.  The U.S. needs these techs.  A Photonics Fundamentals dual credit course was created for secondary school classes.  It has both virtual and live elements.  You can do it!

Speakers
avatar for Frank Reed

Frank Reed

NSF DPE Grant Director, Indian Hills Community College
I have been in the photonics (lasers & optics) business for some time, both as a Laser & Optics Technician and an IHCC Laser & Optics Technology Instructor. My NSF Grant “Developing Secondary School Photonics Education” (DPE) has a “no cost” proposition to your high/middle... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 116

10:15am CDT

Perkins Desk Audit Monitoring
This presentation will cover the what, why, and how Federal Perkins Desk Audit Monitoring operates in the State of Iowa. Attendees will learn about the Federal Perkins Desk Audit Monitoring process from start-to-finish, about why it is done, and about why it is important. State monitoring of Local Eligible Recipients (LEAs) ensures that (we) Iowa are utilizing Federal Grant funds appropriately and correctly in accordance with the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V).

Speakers
avatar for Jeffrey Fletcher

Jeffrey Fletcher

Consultant, Iowa Department of Education
Dr. Jeffrey A. Fletcher (“Dr. Fletch”) is employed at the Iowa Department of Education, Division of Community Colleges and Workforce Preparation, as their Career and Technical Education Accountability Specialist. Jeffrey earned his B.A., political science, from Winona State University... Read More →



Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 114

10:15am CDT

The Benefits of National ACTE Unification
ACTE is the largest national education association of thriving professionals dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for successful careers. What does unification with ACTE mean for Iowa?  Learn about the benefits for Iowa from someone from Iowa. To learn what unification with ACTE would mean for Iowa.

Speakers
avatar for Kelli Diemer

Kelli Diemer

ACTE Membership Director, ACTE


Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 109

10:15am CDT

Making Sense of the MOC and CTE Authorization
Many schools are starting or expanding their work-based learning program. Learn about the circumstances that make the MOC endorsement a requirement and who can add this endorsement to their license. An option for schools looking for a CTE instructor is to hire someone with a CTE Authorization. Discover what classes are needed and how long it will take to earn this authorization

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer R. Anderson

Jennifer R. Anderson

Business Teaching Program Coordinator, University of Northern Iowa
The University of Northern Iowa is a bright and welcoming community of faculty, students and staff who are dedicated to your success.
avatar for Mindi Heitland

Mindi Heitland

STW Coordinator, Waukee Schools
Mindi is an adjunct instructor for the University of Northern Iowa teaching the Implementation of Work-Based Learning course. She is in her 13th year as the School-to-Work Coordinator for Waukee Schools and has served as the president of the Iowa Work-Based Learning organization... Read More →
avatar for David Wempen

David Wempen

Education Consultant, Iowa Board of Educational Examiners


Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 108

10:15am CDT

Reinvigorating SAE in Agriculture Education
For longer than 100 years, Agricultural Education programs have utilized a work-based learning component to make learning relevant for students.  With new Safety agreements, SAE for ALL initiative and utilizing electronic records to track metrics across programming - now is the best time the renew our love affair with SAE in Agricultural Education to show how our three component model is helping students achieve in Career and Technical Education.
1. Implement new agreement components. 2. Track valuable data metrics 3.Illustrate how SAE meets work-based learning outcomes.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Eddy

Matthew Eddy

CTE Consultant, Iowa Department of Education


Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 112

10:15am CDT

Work Based Learning
The Waterloo Career Center has implemented work-based learning (WBL) (incorporating academic knowledge, technical skills, and professional skills) to enhance the real-life work experience for our students. Our WBL program partners with our business partners to satisfy the industry requirement for skilled and talented professionals while also meeting the needs of the students with the desire to work within a field of interest. Our WBL programs are targeted to bridge the gap between the learning and the doing.1) What Work Based Learning is
2) What Work Based Learning framework like at the Waterloo Career Center
3) What the process of identifying students for WBL looks like
4) Struggles & Successes of WBL at the WCC

Speakers
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Amy Miehe

Waterloo School District (Waterloo Career Center)
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Mark Aalderks

Waterloo Career Center


Tuesday September 21, 2021 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 113

11:15am CDT

Workforce 2030
Each year we graduate students who may be unprepared for the dramatic changes they will face as they enter the workforce. The decisions they make about which college, program, or training option is best for them can be greatly impacted by ensuring they have the most current information about the labor market, career opportunities, and the training that will help them to live their best lives. Learn critical statistics and labor market information that can impact our students and families today.
Receive access to the presentation, reports, and additional resources to help your students and families know where some of the greatest opportunities lie in the future.
Evaluate how your career program/pathway aligns with high demand areas in our state and across the nation.

Speakers
avatar for Mona Yanacheak

Mona Yanacheak

Education Consultant, Northwest AEA



Tuesday September 21, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 116

11:15am CDT

CTE in Corrections - Lessons Learned from Second Chance Pell
This session will provide a brief historical perspective of Post Secondary Corrections Education pertaining to Career & Technical Education along with background,  Information will be shared on program development, challenges faced, lessons learned and best practices from numerous years of offering CTE programming within the confines of a correctional facility

Speakers
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Neale Adams

Dean, Business and Industrial Technology, Iowa Central Community College



Tuesday September 21, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 115

11:15am CDT

Iowa's Restaurant & Hospitality Industries-Busting At The Seams With Career Opportunities
Pre-pandemic, workforce was the top challenge Iowa hospitality industry operators faced. Today, it is even more critical-Iowa's restaurant and hospitality industries need people, needs them now, and their Pandemic recovery depends on it. The stats are jaw-dropping! More than half of the state's restaurants are operating 20+% below needed staffing levels, 70% of operators cite the inability to find qualified workforce as the number one threat to their potential recovery from the impact of Covid-19 and 85% say the lack of workforce will impact future business plans. Learn what both industries are doing in Iowa high schools to face this challenge head on.Attendees will be able to:
- Understand the challenges facing the restaurant and hospitality industries with new jobs, labor shortages, and Pandemic recovery
- Analyze the state of Hospitality work-based learning education in Iowa (established CTE programs, training, certifications, and resources available through the Iowa Restaurant Association Education Foundation and the National Restaurant Association)
-Discover how connecting students to careers in the restaurant and hospitality industries contributes to high-quality, work-based learning experiences that can be foundational and transferrable for a variety of management and leadership skills employers ask for today.
- Understand the importance of Industry Partners to Iowa ProStart and Hospitality/Tourism programs.

Speakers
avatar for May Schaben

May Schaben

Executive Director, Iowa Restaurant Association Education Foundation
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Greg Edwards

President & CEO, Catch Des Moines
Over 40 years experience in hospitality,  restaurants, hotels and destination marketing organizations (CVBs).  I, along with the Iowa Restaurant Association will be discussing the employment needs of our industry and how these jobs can lead to very sustainable careers.


Tuesday September 21, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 112

11:15am CDT

National Science Foundation ATE Grant Funding and Mentoring Opportunities
The National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education program has grant funding opportunities available to support technical program development, professional development, career pathways, curriculum development, outreach activities and more in support of technician education.  The current NSF-ATE solicitation and some helpful resources will be reviewed.Participants will learn about how NSF-ATE grant funding opportunities can help them with their technician programs.
Participants will learn what activities qualify for NSF-ATE grants.
Participants will learn multiple categories of NSF-ATE grant funding.
Participants will learn about several NSF-ATE resources available to them.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Kepner

Greg Kepner

Consultant, Hillsborough CC
Anyone interested in learning more about the National Science Foundation's ATE Grant Funding opportunities should talk to me about how to apply for grants and what resources are available to help you apply for grant funding.


Tuesday September 21, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 113

11:15am CDT

Resilience for Success & High Performance
Resilience is the ability to adapt to changes and crises we face. It is the ability to push on when the cards are stacked against you.  Utilizing anecdotes and examples, we will detail a unique perspective and teach techniques for increasing your resilience.  Attendees receive an EQWorld, USA Resilience Certificate.1. Learn how resilience can help you be more flexible and adaptable to change.
2. Learn how to reflect and understand the very patterns that cause you success or
repeated difficulties and learn new productive behaviors in their place.
3. Learn how your mind, emotions, body and behavior communicate with you every day.

Speakers
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Jeff Henderson

Associate Dean, Indian Hills Community College
MW

Mark Wilson

Indian Hills Community College
avatar for Andrea Pogue

Andrea Pogue

Co-Founder, EQ World USA
EQ World USA is a person to person type of company that looks to increase your awareness of emotional intelligence to impact a person’s life and work. It is a process of learning styles that trigger emotions in everyone. Join us in learning about each other through a process of... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 109

11:15am CDT

Industry Experts Teaching CTE Standards - The Iowa Intermediary Network's Connection Lab!
Work-based learning and standards in one engaging 30-minute session presented by industry experts - this is the Iowa Intermediary Network's Connection Lab! Use the included assessment to verify learning, or facilitate a discussion on the information presented by industry experts. There are so many ways to use the Connection Lab sessions in your classroom; find out more about this exciting resource and the Iowa Intermediary Network's plans to continue creating useful CTE content! Why the Connection Lab was created
Navigating the Connection Lab
Components of Connection Lab Sessions
Using Connection Lab in your classroom
Iowa Intermediary Network Statewide Committee Structure to expand services

Speakers
avatar for Gena Gesing

Gena Gesing

Director Career Services, Northeast Iowa Community College
Gena Gesing is currently the Director of Career Services at Northeast Iowa Community College. During her 13 years at NICC she has held several roles, primarily working to establish partnerships with district high schools in the areas of Career and Technical Education and career planning... Read More →
avatar for Erin Swancutt

Erin Swancutt

Work-Based Learning Program Coordinator, Hawkeye Community College/Cedar Valley Career Connections


Tuesday September 21, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 108

12:00pm CDT

Lunch & Awards Sponsored by Microburst Learning
Speakers
avatar for Ann Lebo

Ann Lebo

Director, Iowa Department of Education
Dr. Ann Lebo was appointed to lead the Iowa Department of Education beginning March 13, 2020. She previously served as the Executive Director of the Iowa Board of Educational Examiners since 2016. She was previously a secondary principal in Grundy Center, an adjunct faculty member... Read More →
avatar for Sandy Miller

Sandy Miller

Executive Director, Iowa ACTE
Iowa ACTE’s mission is to provide educational leadership in developing a competitive workforce.
avatar for Kelli Diemer

Kelli Diemer

ACTE Membership Director, ACTE
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Barb Schult

Iowa ACTE Awards Chair, Linn-Mar High School
avatar for Tanya Kaminer

Tanya Kaminer

Microburst Learning


Tuesday September 21, 2021 12:00pm - 1:15pm CDT
Large Conference Room

1:15pm CDT

Students Become Option Ready with ASVAB-CEP
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a federally-funded, no cost Career Information System.  Students are empowered to discover their strengths and interests.  It gives them the tools and confidence to map out post-secondary plans that work.  Students can explore many possibilities to make them Option Ready for the future.Differentiate between the different components of the ASVAB CEP.
Identify the two missions of the ASVAB CEP.
Explain the general function and predictive ability of the ASVAB.
Articulate how the ASVAB fits into the ASVAB CEP.
Explain how Holland’s RIASEC types help students with career exploration.
Articulate how the Find Your Interests (FYI) functions and why it uses gender-based reporting.
Explain how the results of the ASVAB and FYI can be used in the OCCU-Find to provide the basis of meaningful career exploration.
Lists sources of OCCU-Find job data and how it’s used to inform career planning.
Describe personalized career planning tools.
Identify different user groups who can benefit from Careers in the Military.

Speakers
avatar for John Walker

John Walker

Department of Defense
WHAT IS THE ASVAB CAREER EXPLORATION PROGRAM?Aptitude TestInterest Self-AssessmentCareer Exploration ToolsASVAB CEP empowers students nationwide to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. Start exploring. It's free!


Tuesday September 21, 2021 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
Room 112

1:15pm CDT

CTE Curriculum & Beyond
iCEV's online curriculum platform is changing the way Career and Technical Education programs prepare students for the workforce. With standards-aligned courses, iCEV is leading the way in bridging the gap between education and industry certification testing. iCEV is the Most Comprehensive Curriculum for Your CTE ClassroomiCEV's curriculum includes everything you need to start teaching right away. Curriculum is accompanied by detailed lesson plans, projects and activities, handouts, assessments and more. Aligned to National Standards. Certification testing available accompanied with preparatory curriculum.

Speakers
avatar for Ellen Doese

Ellen Doese

Curriculum Consultant, iCEV
iCEV’s online curriculum platform is changing the way Career and Technical Education programs prepare students for the workforce. With standards-aligned courses, iCEV is leading the way in bridging the gap between education and industry certification testing. Attendees will be able... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
Room 109

1:15pm CDT

Engage Learners with Online CTE Curriculum
An overview of CTE curriculum offerings from Goodheart Willcox will be provided to engage students in FCS, Trades, Business Ed, Health Science, and other CTE courses. Demo of online program. Participants receive a complimentary online teacher access login for a CTE title of their choice. Learn about ways to engage your CTE students with online CTE resources from Goodheart Willcox for in the classroom or at home online learning. 

Speakers
avatar for Bart Zwiers

Bart Zwiers

Goodheart-Willcox Publisher


Tuesday September 21, 2021 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
Room 116

1:15pm CDT

Equity in CTE - Amplifying Student Voice and Community Engagement
A team of Iowa stakeholders representing postsecondary education, community leaders, industry and students participated in the Equity Leadership Academy for States to create equitable outcomes for special population students in CTE.  Participants will be able to: 1) identify data elements that provide a clear understanding of subgroups that show performance  gaps; 2) conduct root cause action research; 3) select interventions and evaluate identified interventions for effectiveness

Speakers
avatar for Jeanette Thomas

Jeanette Thomas

Education Consultant, Iowa Department of Education


Tuesday September 21, 2021 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
Room 115

1:15pm CDT

Perkins V Use of Funds. Tips, Tricks, and Simplified Claim Processes
Become familiar with Perkins V Use of Funds. Tips, Tricks, and Simplified Claim Processes

Speakers
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Amy Vybiral

CTE Consultant, Iowa Department of Education


Tuesday September 21, 2021 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
Room 114

1:15pm CDT

Authentic Projects With Authentic Partners: The Clearinghouse for Work-based Learning
The Iowa Clearinghouse for Work-based Learning expands access to high-quality, real-world work-based learning, partnering Iowa's students with businesses.  
The session will introduce the tool, highlight successes, offer entry points and share resources and PD opportunities to support authentic learning in the classroom.

Speakers
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Jacob Welchans

Iowa Department of Education
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Laura Williams

Iowa Department of Education


Tuesday September 21, 2021 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
Room 113

1:15pm CDT

PACE - The What, Why, and Who.
ACTE provides divisions for all levels of educators including Postsecondary Adult and Career Education (PACE).  Currently IACTE does not have an active PACE Division for its members.  During this session you will learn the benefits of adding a PACE division to Iowa and how you can be a part of it.
1. Learn about PACE and the benefits provided.
2. Overview of starting a PACE division in Iowa.
3. Develop networking connections within the state and throughout the country.
4. Learn of leadership opportunities available due to adding the division to IACTE

Speakers
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Jeff Henderson

Associate Dean, Indian Hills Community College
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Brad Kinsinger

Director of Global Agriculture Learning Center, Hawkeye Community College
Brad Kinsinger is the Director of the Global Agriculture Learning Center at Hawkeye Community College. Brad has led programs in collaboration with others in Brazil, Denmark, Ghana, Haiti, Japan, Kenya, Kosovo, Malaysia, and the Netherlands. Brad is a farm kid who was raised in southeast... Read More →
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Ashlee Spannagel

Southeastern Community College



Tuesday September 21, 2021 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
Room 108

2:00pm CDT

Exhibit Time & Afternoon Snack
Tuesday September 21, 2021 2:00pm - 2:30pm CDT
Atrium

2:30pm CDT

The "Doordash" of Live Industry Connections - Nepris
Nepris delivers teachers unlimited access to over 50,000 industry professionals for LIVE real-world learning connections, WBL, PBL, project mentorships, mock interviews, capstone presentations, virtual tours, and more? No matter your students' passion, socio-economic status, race, gender, or grade level, Nepris can help your students find their passion and pathway.Attendees will have the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas around ways they are bringing real-world relevance to the classrooms, discuss how early they are starting career exploration and learn more about the Nepris resource for LIVE engagements with industry professionals across all pathways. 

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Holsclaw

Amanda Holsclaw

Regional Sales Manager, Midwest, Nepris
I am a single mom to the most amazing 12-year old and two pretty cool AussieDoodlesNepris offers me the opportunity to fulfill my passion of helping others find their passion. I enjoy partnering with educators to bring real world learning and relevance into their classrooms. 


Tuesday September 21, 2021 2:30pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 109

2:30pm CDT

Five Tips for Teaching an Awesome Social Media Class
Have you been asked to teach a social media class for the first time, or are you looking for some tips to take your social media class to the next level? These five expert tips will help you teach an awesome social media marketing class your students will love!

This presentation will give you new ideas for structuring your course and provide you with tips and tricks for staying current in the ever-changing social media world.
This session will:
- Help educators feel comfortable teaching social media marketing
- Provide educators with actionable industry-level tips
- Introduce educators to the world's first social media marketing simulation, Mimic Social

Speakers
avatar for Paul Marroquin

Paul Marroquin

Business Development Representative, Stukent, Inc.
Paul Marroquin is a Business Development Representative here at Stukent. He recently earned the title of Team Lead and works within the sales team to build quality relationships with our customers and show them how our courseware can help educators help students help the world.


Tuesday September 21, 2021 2:30pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 114

2:30pm CDT

Introduction to Iowa CTSOs
Career and technical student organizations (CTSOs) are coming to Iowa!  Learn more about Iowa's eight CTSOs, how to find the best for your school, and what's included in the Perkins V requirement.Review of CTSO alignment to service areas, basic understanding of how to start a chapter of a CTSO, CTSO purpose and outcomes

Speakers
avatar for Chris Dzurick

Chris Dzurick

CTSO Consultant, Iowa Department of Education
Chris Dzurick is the CTSO Consultant for the Iowa Department of Education, working to support the expansion of CTSOs in Perkins V in Iowa. He previously served six years as the supervisor of business education for the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 2:30pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 115

2:30pm CDT

What's NEW with EVERFI
EVERFI is your partner in real-world education. We have 30+ online programs with our newest resources covering data science, healthcare literacy, and interactive tax simulations! Attendees will gain access to our updated platform and learn tips for getting the most out of each lesson. All resources are no-cost to schools.

Speakers
avatar for Rachel Henry

Rachel Henry

Iowa Implementation Lead, EVERFI
Rachel Henry is an Implementation Lead for EVERFI based in Dubuque, Iowa. She grew up outside of Ft. Worth, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to working at EVERFI, Rachel has served as a high school math teacher and most recently, a financial aid counselor... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 2:30pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 108

2:30pm CDT

Teach CTE Project Overview and PSA Contest
Region III Iowa Policy Representative Greg Kepner will host this session as Region III contract lead, Shari Hernandez shares our recent project.
Hear about our six-state ACTE Region III strategic project that will develop and distribute a CTE PR toolkit for Region Members. Discover how you and your students can contribute by competing and developing Teach CTE Public Service announcements. The winning PSAs will be distributed to media outlets and included in the toolkit.
Iowa ACTE is a part of a six-state Regional network that includes IA, IL, IN, MO, MN, and WI.  The Region has been working on projects relating to the CTE teacher shortage issues since 2016 and has identified a larger need for unified messaging about the CTE teacher shortage that can be part of a national push for more CTE educators.  This session will allow participants to:
1. Discuss the project goals and messaging materials to be included in a Teach CTE toolkit that will be available to all Region III members.
2. Review the guidelines for the Region III Teach CTE PSA contest.
3. Integrate the PSA contest into their programming.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Kepner

Greg Kepner

Consultant, Hillsborough CC
Anyone interested in learning more about the National Science Foundation's ATE Grant Funding opportunities should talk to me about how to apply for grants and what resources are available to help you apply for grant funding.
avatar for Shari Hernandez

Shari Hernandez

Teach CTE Lead, Region III ACTE



Tuesday September 21, 2021 2:30pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 112

2:30pm CDT

Scaling Work-Based Learning and Tracking Perkins V
Learn how Transeo Jobs helps districts develop and scale work-based learning (WBL) programs through a customizable solution to ensure student success and state compliance, including the new Perkins V requirements.With a major shift in the American Education Policy, there's a need to restructure the ways in which we develop and scale work-based learning. While educators redefine readiness, it's crucial to track both CTE concentrators and state compliancy while putting student success at the forefront. Transeo's Job platform streamlines this process with sophisticated reporting to meet Perkins V requirements.

Speakers
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Hannah Gerstner

Transeo
Hannah Gerstner is the Director of Marketing for Transeo: an innovative ed-tech solution that transforms student planning.As an experienced marketer with years of industry knowledge, Hannah creates impactful growth strategy with a human-centered focus. She's passionate about helping... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 2:30pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 113

3:30pm CDT

House of Delegates
Speakers
avatar for Sandy Miller

Sandy Miller

Executive Director, Iowa ACTE
Iowa ACTE’s mission is to provide educational leadership in developing a competitive workforce.
avatar for Greg Krawiec

Greg Krawiec

President, Iowa ACTE
Greg Krawiec is Associate Professor and Coordinator for the Hospitality Management program at Kirkwood Community College. Mr. Krawiec is a graduate of the Academy of Culinary Arts, has acquired a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management from Florida International University as... Read More →


Tuesday September 21, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Room 108