Kinga Jacobson, EdD CTE student, was published in the May 2014 issue of the ACTE publication, Techniques. Great job and congratulations, Kinga! The article is available online by visiting www.ACTEonline.org.
In response to the need to deliver our secondary CTE certification programs – Business Education, Marketing Education, Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Technology Education – we have developed a distance education option to meet the needs of placebound individuals seeking certification and a degree from the premier provider of these programs, UW–Stout!
We are now accepting students for a summer 2014 launch of a cohort to serve this group.
This is how the program will work: UW-Stout will deliver all of our teacher education coursework, the education core and CTE specific courses in philosophy, principles, methods of instruction, course construction, evaluation and class/lab management, online. Students needing additional technical coursework, e.g. the major/discipline area, can access that through Stout or their closest technical college. Any general education course requirements that need to be met can be taken online through UW-Stout or UW Colleges.
Completion of required coursework can be accomplished over a three year time frame. Program completion will result in the awarding of a degree in Business Education, Marketing Education, Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Technology Education from UW-Stout.
The target audience for this cohort are individuals who desire to teach but have difficulty relocating to UW-Stout to earn a degree; people who have been hired under an emergency license, and teachers seeking additional licenses.
Advisement will be provided by UW-Stout program directors with the added bonus of a student services specialist.
More information, including application processes and the course sequence can be found at www.uwstout.edu/programs/cte/. Please share this information with interested individuals. We look forward to serving this unmet need for degree completion and delivering quality CTE teacher education coursework.
You will be directed to one of the following certification program options:
B.S. Marketing and Business Education- www.uwstout.edu/programs/bsmbe/online/
Contact: Dr. Urs Haltinner, firstname.lastname@example.org
B.S. Technology Education- www.uwstout.edu/programs/bste/online/
Contact: Dr. David Stricker – email@example.com
B.S. Family and Consumer Sciences Education- www.uwstout.edu/programs/bsfcse/index.cfm
Dr. Diane Klemme – firstname.lastname@example.org
All other inquiries:
Julia Tronnier, Student Services Specialist
We would like to congratulate Nancy Chapko on receiving Epsilon Pi Tau’s 2014 Graduate Student Research Award for her region. Nancy’s study was titled: An Investigation into the Application of Universal Design for Learning Techniques by Wisconsin Technical College System Faculty and Staff. The complete work is available by clicking the above link.