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4707 - AATA New Agriculture Teacher Induction Program (Part 1 of 2)

All 1-3 Year Agriculture Teachers, join us for an introduction to becoming an Agriculture Teacher! Learn about the basics of having a total program, which keeping in focus what is most important- YOU! IMPORTANT: This is a two-part, two-day session that spans July 11th &12th. Day 1 of this session will take place offsite at University of Arizona. Attendees must provide their own transportation. Day 2 of this session will take place at Westin La Paloma. Please also register for "4801 - AATA New Teacher Induction Program (Part 2 of 2)" to secure your spot for the second day.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/11/2024
  • 10:30 AM
  • 4:00 PM
University of Arizona Saguaro Hall  
0 / 20
 0.00
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4618 - Building Trends with DPR Construction

Have you ever wondered what technology looks like from a commercial contractor’s perspective? Join DPR Construction experts to learn how technology is helping craft professionals be more efficient with their time and safer with their work. This industry led session will kick off with construction drawings best practices and then finish up with the latest field equipment technology trends. You will take away new tricks to teaching construction in our 21st century world, and better prepare your students for entering the wonderful world of construction.

AREA:
  • Construction Science Technologies
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
7 / 30
 0.00
3
4619 - Welding Tours & Training (two-day session)

This is an offsite Welding educators will have the opportunity to spend two-days touring industry job sites and one-day in the welding lab for some training. Meet in Westin lobby near registration at 7:45AM for this two-day session.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
  • Welding
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
 
0 / 15
 70.00
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4631 - Premier Series: Classroom Management

In this course teachers will enhance classroom management skills by developing rules, procedures and routines that are aligned to their content and environment. We will consider the philosophy of "Discipline with Dignity" to ensure that you possess discipline strategies that are highly effective without escalating disruptive student behavior. Participants will leave with a draft syllabus for use in their own classroom. This is an ADE approved Professional Development Event. Upon successful completion of the course which includes submission of homework, participants will receive an ADE certificate for 15 professional development clock hours which equates to one (1) semester hour of coursework.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
6 / 40
 100.00
5
4633 - Premier Series: Laboratory Safety and Management

This course is designed to assist teachers develop a laboratory improvement plan including management, clean-up procedures, safety procedures, and meeting monitoring agency mandates. Participants will be introduced to a variety of techniques that will enable you to evaluate and manage your lab effectively and efficiently while ensuring that your students are safe and that you are protected. This is an ADE approved Professional Development Event. Upon completion of this training and any homework assigned you will earn the equivalent of one ADE credit.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 100.00
6
4687 - Creative Magic: Generative AI in Photoshop, Illustrator & Firefly

Embark on a creative exploration into the future of art and design. Learn how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can improve your and your students' creative process by blending human imagination with cutting-edge 21st-century technology. Join long-time CTE instructor and Adobe Expert, Robert Waller, for an informative look into the future of creative expression, where ideas come to life through the magic of generative AI technology in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Firefly. Detailed step-by-step written instructions will be provided to all workshop attendees.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Communication Media Technologies
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 25.00
7
4527 - Revit #1 Basic Introduction to Commands, Components, and Elements

This is an offsite session. Attendees are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from Pima Community College. Please bring your breakfast and/or lunch to the training. Do you teach construction or architectural drafting? Are you hand drafting or implementing AutoCAD in your classroom? Are you interested in adding REVIT to your architectural drafting curriculum? Not sure where to start? Never touched REVIT before? Come to my session at Pima Community College and learn the basics tools of REVIT with hands-on experience with the software, recommendations of books to implement in your course, and how to get your students started on the path to current CAD trends that will allow them to be successful in industry and/or continuing education.

AREA:
  • Construction Science Technologies
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 10:00 AM
Pima Community College  
6 / 20
 0.00
8
4801 - AATA New Agriculture Teacher Induction Program (Part 2 of 2)

First year Ag Teachers, join us for an introduction to becoming an Ag Teacher! Learn about the basics of having a total program, which keeping in focus what is most important- YOU! IMPORTANT: This is a two-part, two-day session that spans July 11th &12th. Day 1 of this session will take place offsite at University of Arizona. Attendees must provide their own transportation. Please also register for "4707 - AATA New Teacher Induction Program (Part 1 of 2)" to secure your spot for the first day. Day 2 of this session will take place at Westin La Paloma.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 20
 0.00
9
4603 - Hands-On Mastery with Advanced Laser Welding Technology (vendor session)

This is an offsite session. Attendees are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from Pima Community College. Embark on an exploration of cutting-edge laser welders in our immersive workshop! Experience hands-on welding with real metals using state-of-the-art laser welding systems. Discover the incredible advantages of laser welders, boasting speeds 2-4 times faster than MIG and 10 times faster than TIG, with reduced power consumption and minimal heat transfer for minimal warping. Experience a rapid learning curve, eliminating concerns about Contact to Work Distance (CTWD). Unleash the laser's versatility as both a welder and a cutter, eliminating the need for a plasma torch, and even offering metal cleaning capabilities by removing rust, paint, and powder coat. If you're involved in welding education, this workshop is a must-attend for staying at the forefront of innovation.

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
  • Welding
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Pima Community College  
26 / 30
 0.00
10
4607 - Developing Skills for the CSWA Certification Exam

We all know how important industrial certifications are for our students. This Certified Solidworks Associate (CSWA) training will help to better prepare you to pass the certification test and prepare your student to do so as well. Gateway Community College Manufacturing Program Director, Dave Zamora, will teach you to use Solidworks efficiently and effectively. This fast-paced session is NOT FOR BEGINNNERS. Participants should have experience in Solidworks, or other CAD programs in the creation of sketches, parts, and assemblies. For those interested in taking the CSWA exam, please register for session "4668 - CSWA Certification Test", which takes place on 7/13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
26 / 30
 50.00
11
4719 - Professionalism and Job Success

This presentation would be led by a seasoned professional with current dual roles as Director of Operations for a media production company, and Client Success Manager for a well-known homecare company. The presenter brings extensive experience, hiring an average of five people weekly. The talk will cover essential aspects of professionalism and job application processes, including crafting impactful resumes, mastering job interviews, and adopting appropriate workplace behavior.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
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4730 - Preparing Students of ACP Premiere Pro: Start of Year

When CTE teachers are asked to do so many things, certification can seem like a huge mountain to climb. In part 1 of this series, we will talk about how to set your classroom up to successfully implement any Adobe Certified Professional exam into the classroom. This workshop is great for 1st year teachers who are new to the profession as well as seasoned veterans looking for new ways to implement good instructional practices. *Session attendees, please bring your own device.

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
10 / 30
 25.00
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4528 - Revit #2 Introduction to Drafting, Walls, Floors, Doors, Windows

This is an offsite session. Attendees are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from Pima Community College. Please bring your breakfast and/or lunch to the training. Do you teach construction or architectural drafting? Are you hand drafting or implementing AutoCAD in your classroom? Do you already attain the knowledge of the basic tools in REVIT and not sure where to go from there? Come to my session at Pima Community College and participate in hands-on experience to draft walls, floors, and roofs, add doors and windows, and learn the basics of how to edit them. Discuss recommended books and assignments and strive for Certiports industry standard AutoDesk. Training is held in the advanced manufacturing building room M330 at Pima Community College.

AREA:
  • Construction Science Technologies
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 10:30 AM
  • 12:30 PM
Pima Community College  
3 / 20
 0.00
14
4660 - Garage Gurus (DRiV)

Join us to learn about Monroe ride control principle as well as Walker P0420-430 diagnosis.

AREA:
  • Transportation Technologies
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 11:30 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
14 / 30
 35
15
4672 - AATA Opening Session

Come join us as we kick off our AATA Summer Conference! Join us for a special guest speaker to help us prepare with resiliency for our upcoming school year. This program focuses on building resiliency through active learning, self-reflection, and engaging in a network of agricultural educators. This program is designed to equip teachers with the tools to maintain a satisfying career through positive and challenging times.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 11:30 AM
  • 1:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
53 / 100
 35.00
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4691 - WOW! I Didn't Know You Could Do THAT in Adobe Illustrator!

Unlock the full potential of Illustrator, the industry-standard vector graphics software used by students, professional designers, and digital artists around the world! You already know the basics of Illustrator; now, delve into the depths of Illustrator's awe-inspiring capabilities, and discover hidden gems and advanced methods that will elevate your and your students’ design game. Explore cutting-edge techniques and timesaving shortcuts. Leave with a toolkit of tricks that will make you exclaim, "Wow! I didn't know you could do THAT in Adobe Illustrator!" Step-by-step instructions.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Communication Media Technologies
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 25.00
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4710 - What's going on with FFA?

Learn about what’s going on with Arizona FFA and National FFA as we head into the school year. We will then break into a variety of round tables including: How to prepare for Chapter Officer Training, Preparing CDE Teams, Traveling to National Convention, Finding and Using Volunteers to best help you.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
38 / 93
 0.00
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4529 - Revit # 3 Basic Plans, Sections and Renderings

This is an offsite session. Attendees are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from Pima Community College. In this session we will discuss how to incorporate these plan views as assignments and how you can implement it in your classroom for architectural drafting. We will work with the software and discuss how you can prepare your students to successfully pass Certiports AutoDesk Certified User for REVIT industry recognized certification, prepare your students for the state standards exam, and give them the tools to be competitive and successful either in industry or in continuing education.

AREA:
  • Construction Science Technologies
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:30 PM
Pima Community College  
8 / 20
 0.00
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4714 - Join Our AATA Group!

Come learn about what the AETI Department has to offer for our students. After, we will have an open house to learn more about different committees you can join as AATA Members. Finish the session by meeting with your region to plan out events for the school year.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 3:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
82 / 120
 0.00
20
4615 - Florence Unified CTE Strategic & Action Plan

The CTE Florence Unified CTE Staff will design a strategic and action plan for the upcoming school year to include, but not limited to Performance Measures, CTE Assessments, and other CTE related items. Only FUSD CTE staff should register for this workshop with a code.

AREA:
  • Administration
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 6:00 PM
  • 8:30 PM
Hilton El Conquistador  
Invitation Only
2 / 15
 0.00
21
4505 - Masonry-Hands on Experience with Masons

You will need to provide transportation and tools. A trowel, 2 foot and 4 foot levels, tape measure, jointer and brush will be needed for the training. Participants will choose from beginner, intermediate or advanced masonry project and build the selected project in the time allowed. Journeyman masons will be present to provide training and teaching tips. Please wear closed toed shoes, pants, sun protection, and come ready to learn about masonry.

AREA:
  • Construction Science Technologies
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 6:30 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Pima Community College  
6 / 20
 0.00
22
4630 - Premier Series: Instructional Best Practices

In this highly engaging course teachers will focus on the design and delivery of relevant and engaging lessons. Special emphasis is placed on writing clear, aligned and measurable objective(s), a variety of methods for structuring learning to meet objective(s), incorporation of active participation strategies, developing a strong introduction to each lesson, and closure to assess learning. This is an ADE approved Professional Development Event. Upon completion of this two-day training you will earn the equivalent of one ADE credit.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
13 / 40
 150.00
23
4635 - Premier Series: Work Based Learning

Create meaningful work-based learning experiences for your students. This course will provide teachers with a variety of models of work-based learning along with the associated forms, agreements, and guidelines. You will select the model that is most appropriate for your situation and create a plan to implement work-based learning as a part of your premier program! Upon successful completion of the course, which includes submission of homework, participants will receive an ADE certificate for 15 professional development clock hours, which equates to one (1) semester hour of coursework.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 100.00
24
4636 - Repair and Maintenance of a 3D Printer

This hands-on session will focus on the repair and maintenance of 3-D printers. Participants will work on 3-D printers with malfunctions and will troubleshoot and repair them. The participants will also learn important tips for maintenance of the printer as well as proper storage for the filament for the best production of parts. Participants will receive a Repair and Maintenance Toolbox to use and take to school.

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
  • Information Technologies
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
15 / 30
 95.00
25
4650 - Premier Series: CTSO New Advisor Training

Bring a laptop! This course is designed for first, second and third year advisors who want to effectively manage a CTSO. During this course advisors will discuss how to integrate a CTSO into their curriculum, brainstorm fundraising opportunities, share strategies for conducting awards recognition functions and explore related legal and ethical considerations. Advisors will also be acquainted with CTSO resources available to them. This is an ADE approved Professional Development Event. Upon completion of this training and any homework assigned you will earn the equivalent of ADE college credit.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
15 / 45
 0
26
4663 - New Ford Technology

Join us to learn about new Ford technologies which include Over The Air (OTA) Updates, Connected Vehicle Data and Diagnostics, Ford's BlueCruise - Self-Driving car technology, VCMM - Oscilloscope, Vibration Analyzer, and more. You will also learn more about what's on the Horizon - New Ford Vehicles and Key Features.

AREA:
  • Transportation Technologies
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Pima Innovation Center  
17 / 30
 35
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4668 - CSWA Certification Test

This session is for the participants who finished the session "4607 - Developing Skills for the CSWA Certification Exam" on Friday, 7/12 and wish to take the CSWA Certification Exam.

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
29 / 30
 0.00
28
4432 - ACOVA Camp M&M

This professional development day is held in conjunction with the ACTEAZ Summer Conference. It is designed to provide the aspiring, new and experienced CTE administrators with 8 hours of valuable training that is relevant, useful and essential to the success of any CTE administrator. Thought-provoking professional development that inspires vision and professional growth is delivered in an atmosphere that provides networking and promotes collegiality. Administrators are assisted with prioritizing responsibilities, goal setting, and are provided mentors to access throughout the school year.

AREA:
  • Administration
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Hacienda del Sol Resort  
55 / 130
 200
29
4689 - Adobe Photoshop Basics for Absolute Beginners

This interactive, hands-on introduction to Photoshop, the industry-standard computer imaging and design application, is designed for anyone (instructors, office staff, administrators, and any and all other stakeholders) who little to no experience using this powerful and FUN application! In this engaging workshop, novice users will be introduced to the fundamentals of Photoshop through easy-to-follow, practical examples and exercises, and will explore workhorse image editing application. Join Adobe Certified Associate, Robert Waller, for BEGINNERS ONLY. Lesson files provided.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Communication Media Technologies
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
13 / 30
 60.00
30
4484 - Executive Functions for Every Classroom: The Skills Needed to Be Ready for the Future

Is your school addressing fallout from interrupted schooling during the pandemic? Are your students struggling to focus and self-regulate? The pandemic has highlighted the need for executive functioning skills (EFs) in students! EFs enable students to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully. Learn to support students through a predictable routine that encourages the EFs needed to achieve academically & in the workplace. Through parallel-process, Organized Binder helps students hone their EFs within the context of what they are learning.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 30
 0.00
31
4486 - Employability Skills Using Game-Based Learning

Connect employability skills using Game-Based Instructional Strategies within the classroom. Game-Based Learning creates engagement levels for all learning levels. Learn strategies that will give students a chance to provide visual workforce skills and apply them daily.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Education and Training
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
32
4746 - Best Practices for Agriculture Teachers

Hands on lessons to take back to your classroom! Join us as we complete activities in mechanics, plant science, animal science and more! Items will be given to each attendee to take home so you can complete this in your own classroom!

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Flowing Wells High School- Agriculture Department  
43 / 75
 50
33
4765 - Engaging Students in Daily Lessons Creating Student Ownership

Unlock the secrets to student engagement and foster a culture of ownership in your classroom! In this dynamic presentation, we delve into the crucial connection between engaged learning, student ownership, and professional development. Join us to explore effective strategies that go beyond traditional methods, ensuring that every lesson leaves a lasting impact.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
34
4784 - Social Media: Adobe Express

*Session attendees, please bring your own device. Are you ready to revolutionize your social media game and captivate your audience with visually stunning content? Look no further than our exclusive seminar dedicated to mastering Adobe Express—the ultimate tool for creating eye-catching graphics and captivating visuals! By Expert Facilitator: Rick Burress, Industry Creative Professional

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
7 / 30
 50.00
35
4794 - AI in Public Education: A Tool, Not a Crutch

Generative AI offers fascinating possibilities but dynamic implications for the written word and artistic medium. Getting ahead of the trend keeps teachers in control, reframing the dilemma away from catching plagiarism to inspiring the articulation of thought and encouraging student engagement with emerging revolutionary technology. - Utilize AI to scaffold content, Educate students on AI's legal, ethical, and technical realities as a tool, - Raise the floor on average literacy and information retention and encourage advanced reading comprehension based on AI learning models & development.

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
36
4795 - Photography Lighting Patterns from 1-5 lights, Trad vs Composite

Module 1 - Essential Equipment and Terminology: Introduction to essential photography equipment and lighting terminology. Module 2 - Various Lighting Setups: Introduction/Demonstration of one-light setups with different modifiers (umbrellas, soft boxes, beauty dish). Module 3 - Camera and Light Settings Simplified: Simple steps to camera and light settings. Step-by-step instructions for achieving optimal camera settings (ISO, aperture, shutter speed) for sports photography. (Flat Lighting, Butterfly Lighting, Rembrandt Lighting, Split Lighting) with gels. Strobe settings simplified.

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
7 / 30
 0.00
37
4800 - Professional Skills for Career Success and Beyond

Studies show that employer continue to demand soft skills in the workplace. Foundational academic workplace skills are equally important and expected. Earning the National Work Readiness Credentials for Soft Skills and Academic Skills, students hold stackable credentials that validate mastery of their career readiness and add establish a footing to their portfolio of industry-specific credentials. CTE teachers can use the courseware as a curriculum supplement.

AREA:
  • Administration
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 30
 0.00
38
4845 - Premier Series: Using Advisory Councils Effectively

This interactive workshop is designed to ensure success in the formation and use of industry advisory councils. During this workshop you will learn how to form a committee, how to conduct useful advisory council meetings and how to use advisory council members for continuous program improvement. Upon successful completion of the course which includes submission of homework, participants will receive an ADE certificate for 15 professional development clock hours which equates to one (1) semester hour of coursework.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
40 / 40
 100.00
39
4846 - Premier Series: Empowering Students Through Professional Skills

This course will explore the nine Professional Skills identified by the Arizona Department of Education in collaboration with industry. Participants will identify them, use created rubrics to assess their use, explore strategies to embed them across their curriculum, and methods to evaluate students. Upon successful completion of the course (which includes submission of homework, participants will receive an ADE certificate for 15 professional development clock hours which equates to one (1) semester hour of coursework.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
40 / 40
 100
40
4595 - NC3/Lincoln Electric: Intro Four Process Train-the-Trainer Class

NC3 Lincoln Electric Education Partner Schools (LEEPS) is a structured certification program for welding instructors and students. Participants will receive curriculum, labs, and assessments first-hand by Master Instructors. The Train-the-Trainer class provides a certification training framework to ensure the instructors possess the knowledge and skills required to properly train new welders in Welding Safety, Principles of Welding, GMAW, SMAW, FCAW, & GTAW. Participants will be certified NC3 trainers can provide standardized, world-class welding training at LEEPS & LEEPStart organizations.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
  • Welding
 
  • 07/12/2024
  • 07/13/2024
  • 07/14/2024
  • 07/15/2024
  • 07/16/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Pima Community College  
3 / 10
 2200.00
41
4602 - Automation Workshop: Power of Device Communication and Programming

This is an offsite session. Attendees are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from Pima Community College. Explore the essential principles of automation in our upcoming workshop by facilitating communication between two devices: an industrial robot and a PLC. This is a hands-on experience delving into the fundamentals of robot programming, PLC programming, and the intricate process of guiding a PLC and a robot to interact seamlessly. Engage with real industrial equipment, gaining the practical skills that will empower you to advance your program in automation and robotics, while also equipping your students for success in the industry.

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Pima Community College  
29 / 30
 35.00
42
4703 - Everyone Communicates but Few Connect

It is a presentation that helps educators communicate effectively to all students by giving strategies to build a relationship with them regardless of differences that they may have. The program has a variety of activities that educators will engage in with one another and activities that they could take back and use in the classroom for their own use. Groups discussion will be a big part of the presentation as well to get their feedback on what they are witnessing in their own schools.

AREA:
  • Health Science Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 30
 0.00
43
4715 - Nursing Assistant Programs: Straddling the Fence

In this session, we will compare the roles of the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) Career and Technical Education (CTE) vs Arizona Board of Nursing (AZBN), discuss Arizona Department of Education Oversight and Arizona Board of Nursing Oversight. Common questions and challenges with Nursing Assistant Programs will be addressed and support you can receive from these two agencies will be highlighted.

AREA:
  • Health Science Technologies
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
15 / 30
 0.00
44
4731 - Preparing Students of ACP Premiere Pro: Understanding the Camera

*Session attendees, please bring your own device. While the ACP exam doesn’t test students on camera work, students cannot prepare for the exam without using the camera. In this session we will discuss and talk about the fundamental aspects of the camera and make sure that students understand that not everything can be done in post.

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
22 / 30
 25.00
45
4761 - Backpack Journalism: Telling the Complete Story

Backpack journalism is an emerging type of journalism that requires students to be reporter, photographer, and videographer, editor and producer. These days, students need to know how to do it all! No longer can print journalism be separated from broadcast journalism. In this workshop, participants will learn to teach students how to develop a complete news package: preplanning, filming, editing, and writing. We will discuss how to develop a complete news package and how to write a story that goes along with it. We will even discuss how to best use social media to push that story.

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
1 / 30
 0.00
46
4783 - Unlock Your Potential

The aim of this educational standard is to prepare students for the workplace by encouraging them to take charge of their learning and career paths. By fostering a sense of initiative, students learn to identify opportunities, take action towards their goals, and demonstrate leadership in their endeavors. Self-direction is equally emphasized, suggesting that students should be capable of setting personal and professional goals, managing their time effectively, and continuously seeking ways to improve their skills and knowledge base.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
47
4533 - Career Exploration Activities for Middle or High School Classrooms (vendor session)

Helping today’s students develop interest in potential careers not only benefits their futures but brings relevant and fun learning opportunities to the classroom. Attend this presentation by Realityworks, Inc. to hear why career exploration is an effective way to grab students’ attention and what activities are the most effective for middle and high school classrooms. We will also share free resources to enhance career exploration lessons. This session is presented by RealityWorks.

AREA:
  • Education and Training
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 30
 0.00
48
4809 - Utilizing Recruitment and Retention Strategies and Tools in the Early Childhood Field (REPEAT)

During this session attendees will be introduced to the current survey data collected by the Comprehensive System of Personnel Development Recruitment and Retention Work Group. Through small group discussions and activities, they will be able to identify the top five retention strategies in the early care and education field. Additionally, they will explore and become become familiar with recruitment and retention resources available on the Arizona Department of Education website, www.azed.gov.

AREA:
  • Education and Training
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
25 / 30
 0.00
49
4637 - Laser Engraving Technology & Safety Certification

This hands-on session will focus on laser printing, design process and part production. Participants will learn to use a laser and software for laser engraving. Participants will learn safety and operation specifics which meet ANSI and OSHA requirements. All registered participants in this training will take the Industrial Laser Safety Certification Exam, a nationally recognized industry certification for Laser and Plasma cutter users.

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
  • Information Technologies
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
13 / 30
 150.00
50
4732 - Preparing Students of ACP Premiere Pro: Tools and Panels

*Session attendees, please bring your own device. This project, which has become a student and school favorite, is a great way to introduce your students to the Premiere Pro program. We will look at the project as well as all the resources your students need to get started in mastering the parts of Premiere Pro for the Premiere Pro ACP exam.

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
24 / 30
 25.00
51
4751 - ADE And Foundation Report

Bruce will share about important changes going on in ADE. The AZFFA Foundation will also be sharing about exciting opportunities for the foundation. Lastly, join us for a Q & A about different ways to use funding in your program.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
71 / 120
 0.00
52
4764 - Social Media for Student Safety, Security, and Program Marketing

Join us for an engaging and interactive presentation on harnessing the power of social media for student safety, security, and effective program marketing. Facilitated by the dynamic and experienced Kevin English, a veteran with over 30 years in Career and Technical Education, this session promises valuable insights and actionable strategies. Key focus areas are student safety and security, recruitment strategies and marketing your program strategies.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Communication Media Technologies
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
53
4787 - Graphic Design & Photography: Creating a Winning Portfolio

*Session attendees, please bring your own device. Join Our Seminar on Crafting a Winning Graphic Design and Photography Portfolio! Are you ready to elevate your graphic design and photography game? Do you dream of creating a portfolio that not only showcases your talent but also captivates clients and employers? Look no further! Our exclusive seminar is tailored just for you. By Expert Facilitator: Rick Burress, Industry Creative Professional

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 50.00
54
4789 - The Next Chapter Empowering Students To Make their Future Goals (vendor session)

EVERFI offers a variety of supplemental resources around career exploration, financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and more. Learn how to empower high school students to make informed, goal-oriented decisions about their future with the no cost, standards-aligned digital resources we provide to teachers. In this session, teachers will gain access to their account, preview the digital resources and lesson plans and learn how to integrate EVERFI’s courses in their classrooms to enhance current curriculum and student engagement. Great for educators of grades 8-12. This session is presented by EVERFI.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
55
4827 - ADE Monitoring Best Practices and Tips for Teachers

ADE Program Specialists will review indicators of the Quality and Compliance Monitoring Guide with best practices, templates and Q & A session. This session will include examples that can be used for documentation and evidence of quality and compliance meant for teachers to address common challenges and concerns of the monitoring process. It is open to all CTE Program areas. All CTE teachers welcomed!

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 30
 0.00
56
4753 - SAE: What level are you?

Once the workshop starts, we will split into two groups, one focusing on the basics of using The AET in the classroom. The second group will learn how to create their own "SAE Monopoly" to help students be able to identify different SAE opportunities for all types of students.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 3:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
84 / 120
 0.00
57
4766 - CTSO Contest Preparation, A Year-Long Approach for BME Teachers

Unlock the secret to student success in CTSO contests! Calling all business and marketing teachers working with students in FBLA, DECA, and other Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) - this workshop is your gateway to transforming your classroom into a year-long preparation powerhouse. Key focus areas are curriculum integration, strategic planning, student success, and time efficiency. Don't miss the opportunity to revolutionize your approach to CTSO contest preparation.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 3:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
58
4836 - ACTEAZ Board of Directors Annual Meeting

ACTEAZ Annual Board of Directors Meeting, The outgoing Board Members will be thanked and the new Board Members for 2024-2025 will be introduced. All ACTEAZ Members are welcome to attend. This meeting will be held at the Westin La Paloma.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/13/2024
  • 5:00 PM
  • 6:30 PM
Westin La Paloma  
4 / 30
 0.00
59
4632 - Premier Series: Effective Demonstrations

Whether in a welding lab or a bioscience lab, effective demonstrations are crucial. If done correctly every student can successfully perform the new skill with little or no frustration, without wasted materials, and attain proficiency in a way that will ensure the whole class progresses at an appropriate pace. This is a real career extender! When you and the students are successful in the lab, teaching can be very rewarding. An added bonus is that students complete the new skill in a safe environment. Come and learn this four-part demonstration method. Upon successful completion of the course, which includes submission of homework. Participants will receive an ADE certificate for 15 professional development hours.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 100.00
60
4634 - Premier Series: Grading and Assessment

Assessing and grading are two different actions. Learn a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques. A major focus is how to assess student work using rubrics. This class will help you create a clear grading policy and develop a variety of ways to assess student learning. How should students in CTE be assessed? How do we set up a fair grading system for both teachers and students? Learn about the wide variety of options that address both of these issues to help you develop both your own philosophy for grading as well as effective strategies for multiple ways to assess student learning and progress. You will also leave with a greater understanding of how to align testing and evaluation to your course outcomes and grading policies that will increase effective feedback for students. Upon successful completion of the course, which includes submission of homework, participants will receive an ADE certificate for 15 professional development clock hours, which equates to one (1) semester hour of coursework.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
14 / 40
 100.00
61
4638 - Solidworks CAM Workshop

Participants will learn Solidworks CAM for use with CNC machines. This software is an add-on to all versions of Solidworks design software. This software is powered by CAMWorks, and uses rule-based technology that enables you to integrate design and manufacturing in one application.

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
18 / 30
 0.00
62
4645 - First Year Tool Kit for Your New Engineering Program

Start your first year program with a tool kit that includes Skills USA, a very affordable 3D printer, maker bot and free Tinker CAD. Join us for three hours to see how much fun you and your students will have designing and making cool things!

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
23 / 30
 0.00
63
4655 - Digital Volt-Ohm Meter (DVOM) Training & Certification

This training will allow you to understand and utilize the most up to date usage of Bluetooth meters and will include a National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) certification. This training will also include using and testing with the proper meter while working on EV and hybrid vehicles.

AREA:
  • Transportation Technologies
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
21 / 32
 35
64
4470 - Develop Persistent Learners with the College & Career Competencies

Do your students lack confidence? Are they reluctant to take on challenging tasks or do they give up when learning something new becomes difficult? Educators who support students in developing the College and Career Competencies (CCC) assertiveness, conflict management, self-efficacy, and self-regulation have observed increased persistence, confidence, and ownership of learning which has led to greater success in school and postsecondary endeavors. Come learn how to support students with on-going practice of the CCC, and receive info on how to implement the CCC through free PD and coaching.

AREA:
  • Administration
  • Education and Training
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 30
 0.00
65
4740 - Welder Time!

There will be a variety of welding processes that we will dive into, from basic welding to advanced technology. We will also have Carbon Arc Cutting that will involve weld removal, gouging, cutting and piercing. Please bring all necessary PPE and tools for cutting and welding.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
  • Welding
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Pima Community College  
16 / 30
 35.00
66
4780 - The Graphic Design Escape Room

*Session attendees, please bring your own device. Immerse yourself in the ultimate graphic design challenge. This Escape Room invites you to solve design puzzles, unlock creativity and escape the pixelated maze. Navigate through color theory, typography and layout challenges to escape, while discovering a new way to energize your students.

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
67
4785 - Film & Video: Intro to Adobe After Effects

*Session attendees, please bring your own device. Embark on a journey of creativity and innovation as Rick Burress, of Artistec Inc., guides you through a hands-on tutorial of the dynamic animation and video tool, “Adobe After Effects.” Whether you’re a seasoned educator or just starting to explore the world of animation, this workshop is your ticket to mastering After Effects from the ground up! By Expert Facilitator: Rick Burress, Industry Creative Professional

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 50.00
68
4532 - Growing Through the Stories We Tell Ourselves

Speaking up about mental health issues or learning disorders can be challenging for students. Stories have the power to break through shielding defenses and build a bridge to empathy and understanding. This session introduces and explores stories that are part of #MyYoungerSelf series in which celebrities and newsmakers talk about the ways they have overcome challenges with their mental health. School counselors will examine and unpack these stories to identify ways to support students. Participants will have the opportunity to generate their own #MyYoungerSelf video to share, post or keep.

AREA:
  • Communication Media Technologies
  • School Counseling
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 30
 0.00
69
4536 - Every Computer Has a Story to Tell When Learning thru Hands-On

Teachers will be able to duplicate this lesson in their classroom. AZ StRUT (Arizona Students Recycling Used Technology) will provide all resources for this effective hands-on learning experience. The objective of this course is to introduce the student to computer technology. The student will be able to identify types of computer components and peripheral devices. Upon completion of this course the student will understand computer hardware, peripheral equipment, and related maintenance and security procedures. Students will also be introduced to AZ StRUT’s mission.

AREA:
  • Information Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
13 / 30
 0.00
70
4549 - Get an Industry Certification through iCEV (vendor session)

Earn a certification yourself before you try it with your students! Join iCEV to test your knowledge and skills for FREE. When you leave this session, you could walk away with a credential to add to your resume, as well as a better understanding of the iCEV Testing Platform. iCEV hosts 16 certifications from various businesses and organizations, AND in 2024-25 offer Arizona Diploma Seals for students passing our Personal Financial Literacy Certification, with Schools’ A_F Grades positively affected.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
10 / 30
 0.00
71
4583 - Embrace Individual Strengths & Maximize Team Potential

Unlock the potential of your team through a Strengths-Based approach which values individual talents and strengths. This session explores how leading with a focus on strengths can enhance team culture, efficiency, and overall effectiveness. Participants will delve into the principles of a strengths-based approach and explore practical strategies to apply within their team. To maximize the session's benefits, attendees are encouraged to complete the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment beforehand. Join us in harnessing the collective strengths of your team for unprecedented success!

AREA:
  • Administration
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
10 / 30
 20.00
72
4842 - CTE Career Pathways are Shifting in the Blink of an AI

In a world where technology is advancing at an unprecedented pace, Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathways are undergoing a transformative shift. The rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not just impacting traditional industries, but it is also reshaping the landscape of CTE careers. This workshop about navigating the future in the era of AI, is designed to equip educators, administrators, school counselors. and CTE professionals with the knowledge and insights needed to guide students through these evolving career landscapes.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
73
4601 - Empowering HS Educators: A Hands-On Workshop Tailored for Teaching

This is an offsite session. Attendees are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from Pima Community College. Dive into comprehensive solutions addressing classroom management, student grouping, grading, and effective work assignment strategies specifically designed for automation and robotics instruction. Explore key areas, including electrical, mechanical, fluid power, sensors, and PLCs, through engaging hands-on labs in each content area. Elevate your teaching approach and enrich your students' learning experience with practical insights and interactive sessions.

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Pima Community College  
26 / 30
 35.00
74
4616 - CTE Teachers, the Liminal Space in Learning, Student Achievement

The goal of this session is to further the discussion on the liminal spaces of learning which exist in the exchanges between the CTE teacher and student. In the liminal spaces of learning which exist in the exchanges between teacher and student, CTE teachers forge authentic learning experiences linked to higher levels of student achievement. Expanding upon this notion further highlights the significant impacts CTE teachers make in learning, providing the CTE community with an opportunity to contribute a collective best practice, empowering CTE teachers and promoting interdisciplinary studies.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 20
 0.00
75
4488 - Reliable Resumes and Effective Emails in a CTE Classroom

Discover easy, ready to use resources to integrate professional writing of resumes and emails in your CTE classroom. Uncover ways to assist students with these tasks despite their youth and lack of experience so they are prepared for the next step of their path. Apply these methods to your CTSO competitive events that require resumes and/or emails.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
  • School Counseling
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
0 / 30
 0.00
76
4754 - Ideas Unlimited

Teachers share their best ideas in the categories of Classroom Instructions, SAE, and CTSO. Teachers are competing for a chance to go to NAAE Regionals as a representative of AATA. Prizes are awarded for the top three entries in each category. Entries must be entered electronically prior to the workshop.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
80 / 120
 0.00
77
4518 - In the Blink of an AI: CTE Reinvents Assessment in a New AI World

Let’s change up our CTE World with new AI Assessments. As we all know, we need new methods of assessment that are NON-TEXT in nature due to ChatGPT. See tons of examples of new ways to assess! Discover the transformative potential of AI in education with a focus on instructional design/assessment. This presentation explores how AI tools like ChatGPT and other language models can be harnessed to create engaging and effective learning materials. This session explores real-world examples of AI-generated lessons, interactive activities, personalized feedback, multimedia resources, and assessments

AREA:
  • Information Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
78
4790 - See NAU's Plan for Microchip Education (REPEAT)

Join Hasam from Northern Arizona University as he talks about their plans to train students to work in the microchip industry. Some skills that will be needed include equipment maintenance, wafer fab operators and technicians, instrumentation managers with quality assurance, distribution, supply chain managers, packaging engineers and wastewater treatment

AREA:
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
24 / 30
 0.00
79
4792 - Investing in Their Futures: High School Investment Education (vendor session)

This session will move past financial education basics to teach students about the risks and benefits of investing their money. Through EVERFI’s standards-aligned digital courses, students can use real-life simulations to gain an understanding of sustainable investing approaches to make better financial choices. Teachers will use this time to gain access to their free EVERFI account, preview the digital resources available through EVERFI, and learn how to integrate the resources into their classrooms to increase student engagement and exploration. Ideal for teachers of grades 9-12. This session is presented by EVERFI.

AREA:
  • Business and Marketing Education
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
13 / 30
 0.00
80
4540 - Future of the Workforce: Pre-ETS / Transition from School to Work

The Rehabilitation Services Administration Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program offers Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) and other services to students with disabilities statewide. Learn how the specific career exploration and job readiness services provided by Pre-ETS help students with disabilities prepare for future employment and equip students with tools to find their pathway to employment. Join us for an overview of Pre-ETS, Vocational Rehabilitation and how the services can support the transition planning process and success after participating in a CTE program.

AREA:
  • Administration
  • School Counseling
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
10 / 30
 0.00
81
4556 - Earn to Learn: We're a Lot More Than a Scholarship Program

Come learn about the Earn to Learn "savings to scholarship" program which empowers eligible students at our partnered institutions to successfully complete a postsecondary education through matched-savings scholarships, financial education, success coaching, and workforce development programs like our AmeriCorps Next Steps Advising Program. Eligible students complete personal finance training and commit to a savings plan to reach a goal of $500. They then receive an 8:1 match on their savings, up to $4,000 per year for tuition and related costs at our partnered educational institutions.

AREA:
  • Community College
  • School Counseling
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
15 / 30
 0.00
82
4815 - Understanding Social Security and ASRS Options

Commonly asked questions and need to-know information from baby boomers and future retirees. Matt Julian and Bill Stead have a combined span of 40 plus years of experience with helping individuals.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
15 / 40
 0.00
83
4829 - Blogs, Webinars, Podcasts, Courses, Contests, Awards, O' My!

Don't be afraid of what might be lurking in the woods like Dorothy, the Tin Man and Scarecrow. Come explore the many resources provided with your membership in ACTE. ACTE is your professional organization...make sure you are getting the most for your professional growth and advocacy for CTE.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
17 / 30
 0.00
84
4576 - CTE Administrators Meeting

Join ADE and CTE Stakeholders for the first CTE Administrators meeting of the new school year! Meet your ADE/CTE Staff and find out what's new or improved in CTE! All CTE Secondary and Postsecondary Administrators and CTED Superintendents should attend this informative session! Recommended for all New and Experienced CTE Administrators and Directors.

AREA:
  • Administration
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Hilton El Conquistador  
104 / 225
 0.00
85
4578 - Basic Pipe Bending

This hands-on workshop will demonstrate to participants how to measure, bend, cut, and install a 90-degree conduit bend. This workshop is meant for beginners with little to no experience in bending conduit. Session will take you through the whole process electricians do daily in the field and includes using hand tools and power tools. All materials and tools will be supplied. REQUIREMENTS: Long pants, t-shirt, long hair pulled back. Close-toed shoes are a must. You will not be allowed to participate if you arrive in flip flops or sandals. Please come prepared.

AREA:
  • Construction Science Technologies
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
7 / 20
 44.00
86
4839 - Canva

Presentation and overview of Canva.

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin La Paloma  
0 / 30
 0.00
87
4741 - Fingerprinting Techniques

Join us to learn more about techniques and store for forensic fingerprinting.

AREA:
  • Public Service Careers
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 11:30 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
20 / 30
 35
88
4755 - Arizona Farm Bureau Supports AAEPEI

After listening to what opportunities Arizona Farm Bureau can offer you and your students, we will then begin the Arizona Agricultural Education Program Evaluation Instrument (AAEPEI) review process, which provides AG ED teachers with an opportunity to identify the strengths and weaknesses of their programs. This is accomplished through collecting evidence that highlights your program within a binder.

AREA:
  • Agriculture
 
  • 07/14/2024
  • 11:30 AM
  • 1:00 PM
Westin La Paloma  
79 / 120
 35
89
4833 - Fellows Networking Luncheon

Join us for an engaging networking luncheon where CTE fellows converge to share insights, foster connections, and spark collaborations. Discover new opportunities, exchange ideas, and enjoy a dynamic atmosphere that propels your professional network to new heights. Don't miss this vibrant session – where conversations lead to connections and ideas turn into action!

AREA:
  • Interdisciplinary
 
  • 07/14/2024