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CTE Certification Credit

AZ Department of Education

We were just approved by Arizona Department of Education to begin CTE Certification Credit courses – specifically around Multimedia Instructional Strategies. The 3- credit (45-hours) courses we currently offer are: Assessment & Evaluation, Curriculum Design & Development, Classroom Management. Each course equals 1-semester (45-hours/3-credits) in the professional knowledge requirements listed in the requirements for a Career and Technical Education Certificate for the state of Arizona.

The first course Assessment & Evaluation is now available. The course is aligned to the objectives on the Secondary Teacher AEPA exam. You may be required to take this exam to receive your standard teaching certificate. All courses offered in the CTE series are designed to help you pass the Secondary AEPA exam. Each course has been “chunked” into units that allow you to move methodically through the material while immediately began applying what you learn into your daily instruction. Every assignment you complete in these courses is something you will take back to the classroom and use. There are no textbooks or additional learning materials to purchase. You only need your brain, your computer and your desire to be a better teacher.

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All Aazinaago CTE Professional Development (including SEI) courses incorporate micro learning, multimedia & adult learning theory. Each course is available 24-7 through any computer or mobile device with Internet access. There are no start or stop dates to our courses and no requirements to attend outside meetings or participate in group discussions. You are in control of your learning. The courses are designed to respect your personal time while presenting engaging professional development with strategies you can immediately apply in your classroom.


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