A Research Project to Investigate the Instructional Preferences of Alternatively Certified Career and Technical Education Teachers
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Gary Stewardson (Committee Chair)
Industry career workers that have transitioned to teaching within the education sector have the knowledge base to develop “what” needs to be taught in Career and Technical Education (CTE) curriculum; however, they do not have adequate knowledge about instructional strategies or “how” the curriculum content should be taught. Therefore, the purpose of this project is to document the instructional strategies, techniques, and coursework that were taught through the Utah State University Career and Technical Education Academy, to Career and Technical Education teachers that have transitioned from industry to education, and to assess how well the instructional strategies, techniques, and coursework transferred into the CTE teacher’s classrooms.
Deceuster, Jessica, "A Research Project to Investigate the Instructional Preferences of Alternatively Certified Career and Technical Education Teachers" (2021). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1561.
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