2023 Hawaii ACTE Conference
January 27 - 28, 2023
FarmBot - Farming From Your Phone
Agriculture/Marine Biology CTE
WBL on Campus
Sometimes it's a challenge finding ways to connect students with employers. Learn how one school connected employers and students through partnership with the general advisory committee. Let's strategize together to create new connections and collaboration with business and industry that benefits students futures and increases work based learning experience for students.
ADA & The Classroom
Learn about how the ADA Section 504 applies to students and instructors who are in CTE programs.
Do No Harm
The Collaborative Approach to Early College Program and Pathway Development
Top-tier conservatory training for aspiring performers, with a mission to spotlight local and Native Hawaiian artists and productions.
RING: Free Cybersecurity Curriculum
RING is structured for high school students who are seeking a foundational cybersecurity course that prepares them to take college cybersecurity classes. RING aims to mentor students down their career path, instilling ethics and pride in their profession along the way. The RING curriculum offers lesson plans, instructor slides, hands-on labs, graphic organizers, assessments, and custom cyber games related to the units.
Call for Presenters
Hawaii ACTE features an exciting, educational, informative and inspirational agenda geared towards our CTE educators and partners. We are seeking proposals that address a full range of issues facing CTE educators, administrators and other key stakeholders as they strive to prepare students with the knowledge and skills to succeed in today's economy. We encourage a wide range of proposals from individuals at any career level. Our Board of Directors will focus on innovative ideas or new approaches to key challenges within CTE, and they will choose sessions that feature evidence-based, high-quality career and technical education program of study elements. Quality sessions will engage the audience and provide attendees with practical, “how to” ideas and resources that directly impact CTE programs and student achievement.
Hawaii ACTE believes that learning can take place anywhere. We value place-based learning and that is why we would love to partner with local schools, communities and businesses to bring our educators in for a full day learning. Fill out the form below to offer a site visit or recommend a site visit with a potential partner.