CTE Inspired

On-Demand Workshop Sessions

Did you miss out on iCEV's CTE Inspired conference? No worries! Use the library of recorded sessions below to watch anytime. Workshops are led by a combination of education and industry professionals.

Browse workshops by strand and click on the title of a session to view the video and workshop details. Watch sessions in full-screen mode by clicking the Full Screen icon in the bottom right corner of each video.

If you're ready to learn more or get started using iCEV, please contact your local consultant or request a quote below.

iCEV Basics


iCEV was created with educators and students in mind. This session introduces the iCEV platform and course offerings. After viewing this session, you will have the tools to implement iCEV in your classes, saving you valuable time and resources.


Presented by:

Clayton Franklin
Executive Vice President
iCEV


Learn how to connect iCEV with your preferred Learning Management System (LMS) through the learning tools interoperability integration (LTI). With LTI integration, the entire iCEV library can be accessed via your LMS, allowing educators to embed iCEV content directly into the LMS. This session will discuss LTI for Schoology, Canvas, Clever and Google Classroom.


Presented by:

Dusty Moore
CEO & President
iCEV


With iCEV student licenses, learning can take place in and out of traditional classroom settings. Student licenses allow students to complete interactive activities and complete lessons at their own pace, as well as facilitate options for blended learning and hybrid course designs. Learn how you can utilize student licenses in your classes by viewing this session.


Presented by:

Kinsey Parker
Agriculture Teacher
Deer Park High School, TX

Jody Lucas
Business, Marketing, Finance, IT & Marketing Teacher
Fairfax High School- Los Angeles Unified, CA

Melinda Spaur
Agriculture Teacher
Windsor High School, CO


We know each class, teacher and student is different. That’s why iCEV offers a variety of features, including options for course, assessment and gradebook customization. In this session, learn how you can design each iCEV course to fit your specific needs.


Presented by:

Mark Johnson
Executive Vice President
iCEV


Each iCEV lesson is designed to meet the unique needs of all students. Learn how you can facilitate the needs of special populations students by viewing this teacher-led panel. Discover new tips and tricks for teaching special populations students and learn how iCEV can help you implement accommodation, modification and differentiation strategies.


Presented by:

Max Williquette
Agricultural Mechanics Instructor
Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, IL

Shirley Tautolo
Horticultural Science Teacher
Pankow Vo-Tech Center, MI

Velma Benavides
Law Enforcement Teacher
Somerset High School, TX


COVID-19 disrupted the education system and forced districts to shift delivery methods abruptly. Learn how iCEV resources helped these teachers navigate the challenges of distance learning.


Presented by:

Brittinie Johnson
Family & Consumer Science Teacher
Baker County Middle School, FL

Connie Hall
Culinary Arts Teacher
Valencia High School, NM

Damein Christensen
Agriculture Teacher
Shoshoni High School, WY

Jessica Souza
Agriculture Teacher & Department Head
King City High School, CA


Thanks to the customization options and rigor of the course content, iCEV can be adapted to a variety of learning settings, including dual credit courses. View this session to learn how Racer Academy at Murray State University works with school districts in Kentucky to offer dual credit opportunities for students.


Presented by:

Dr. Tony Brannon
Dean of Houston School of Agriculture
Murray State University, KY

David Black
Coordinator of RACER Academy
Murray State University, KY

CTE Administration


The CARES Act made billions of dollars in stimulus funds available for educational purposes, including funding streams that can be utilized for your CTE curriculum programs. Learn how you can take advantage of these funds by viewing this session.


Presented by:

Paula Love
President & Founder
RFPMatch.com, NC


With the iCEV Site License, iCEV can easily be implemented in each of your CTE program areas. View this session to learn how to maximize your subscription with both teacher and student licenses on a district level.


Presented by:

Griselda Lozano
Technology District Trainer & Specialist
Laredo ISD, TX

Mark McClure
CTE Director
Cleburne ISD, TX

Dr. Erin Gorter
Lecturer
South Coast Regional Agricultural Education Consortium, CA

Dr. Daniel Cox
Curriculum Specialist
Volusia County Schools, FL

Carrie Hernandez
Career Readiness Teacher
Las Cruces Public Schools, NM


With the reimplementation of Perkins funding, it’s important districts understand how to navigate and implement Perkins V guidelines. View this session to learn how you can make the most of Perkins V.


Presented by:

Steve DeWitt
Deputy Executive Director
Association for Career & Technical Education, FL

Alisha Hyslop
Director of Public Policy
Association for Career & Technical Education, FL

Pedagogy


Flipped? Blended? Shaken? Stirred? Learn about implementing online resources in your classroom and find out more about the variety of hybrid learning environment options. Hear from CTE teachers about their experience changing their traditional classroom to a hybrid learning environment.


Presented by:

Megan O'Quinn
Director of Brand Management
iCEV


Each iCEV lesson includes supplemental materials designed to engage students, scaffold projects and synthesize learning. iCEV Team members share tips on how you can take your iCEV lessons to the next level.


Presented by:

Megan O'Quinn
Director of Brand Management
iCEV


Tired of essays? Team iCEV provides ideas for flipping the top five most common assignments found on iCEV. An accompanying group of teachers share the creative twists they have made to common assignments and offer suggestions for how you can use them in your classroom.


Presented by:

Megan O'Quinn
Director of Brand Management
iCEV


Need help turning your CTE classroom from chaos and confusion to creativity and collaboration? Hear from a panel of CTE teachers on how they manage their classrooms, from keeping students on task to creating successful classroom materials.


Presented by:

Annette Hunnicutt
Business Teacher
Lakeside High School, AR

Janet Spurlock
Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher
Inola High School, OK

Industry Certifications


Curious about how a curriculum company began hosting industry certifications? Learn how the iCEV testing platform got started and what it looks like today in this session. The session will also include an introduction to the certifications hosted on the platform today and insight into the certifications that will be added in the future.


Presented by:

Kellie Neuman
Director of Business & Industry Partnerships
iCEV


Led by teachers who are currently utilizing the industry certification preparatory content from iCEV as course curriculum, this session will detail implementation methods for industry certifications in CTE classes.


Presented by:

Greg Breene
Agriculture Teacher
Narragansett High School, RI

Meredith Ashworth
Agriculture Teacher
Narragansett High School, RI

Charles Hazlett
Communications Applications Teacher
Thelma R. Salinas STEM Early College High School, TX

Lisa Butler
Culinary Arts Teacher
Snyder High School, TX

Lynn Woolever-Telleen
CTE Director
San Manuel Jr/Sr HS-Mammoth-San Manuel USD, AZ


Your students have earned a certification, now what? Learn about the resources iCEV offers to help your certification earners secure meaningful employment.


Presented by:

Tena Walls
Career & Technology Teacher
Gregory-Portland High School, TX

Thoibi Rublatius
Principal
Corona Norco Adult School, CA

Mario Zapata
CTE Teacher
Corona Norco Adult School, CA

Wendy Pollock
Agriculture Teacher
Natrona County School District 1


View this session with Dr. Travis O’Quinn (Kansas State University), Dr. John Pipkin (West Texas A&M University) and Dr. Parker Henley (Oklahoma State University) to learn why industry certifications offer value to those who plan to pursue post-secondary education. In addition, these renowned collegiate judging coaches will explain why evaluation skills are crucial to the success of the meat and animal industries.


Presented by:

Dr. John Pipkin
Regents Professor, Horse Judging Team Coach
West Texas A&M, TX

Dr. Parker Henley
Assistant Professor, Livestock Judging Team Coach
Oklahoma State University, OK

Dr. Travis O'Quinn
Associate Professor, Meat Judging Team Coach
Kansas State University, KS

Certifying Agency Spotlights


Bryce Winfrey, Elanco Sales Representative, explains why Elanco created industry certifications and why certifications are valued by employers in the animal science field. Additionally, Bryce offers an overview of the variety of career opportunities related to animal science and veterinary medicine.


Presented by:

Bryce Winfrey
Sales Representative
Elanco


As a leading staffing provider, Express Employment Professionals knows what it takes to be a successful employee. View this session to hear about the industry certifications offered by Express Employment Professionals and their role in the workforce.


Presented by:

Rachel Rudisill
Director of Marketing
Express Employment Professionals


View this session hosted by leaders in Ducks Unlimited to learn about the importance of conservation and how the Ducks Unlimited Ecology Conservation & Management Certification is preparing the next generation of conservationists.


Presented by:

Mark Horobetz
Manager of Youth & Education Programs
Ducks Unlimited

Tom Johnson
National Youth & Education Committeeman
Ducks Unlimited


View this session to hear from representatives from Southwest Airlines as they offer insight to the importance of communication skills in the professional world and the value the Southwest Airlines Professional Communications Certification offers to employers.


Presented by:

Grace Kolzow
Recruiter
Southwest Airlines


Erik Sides, EETC Executive Director, speaks to the importance of certifications in the outdoor power equipment industry and the career opportunities in the field.


Presented by:

Erik Sides
Executive Director
Equipment & Engine Training Council

Agricultural Science


View this panel to hear agricultural science teachers share their favorite iCEV lessons and provide suggestions for successfully implementing agriculture with iCEV in the classroom.


Presented by:

Greg Clark
Agriculture Teacher
Joshua ISD, TX

Julie Throne
Agriculture Teacher
Cedar Shoals High School, GA

Laikhe Green
Agriculture Teacher
Vance County High School, NC

Joshua Davenport
Horticulture Teacher
South Panola High School, MS


Implementing STEM in your agricultural science classroom can be a challenge. Learn how you can bring STEM concepts to life in your classes in this session led by an agriculture science teacher and iCEV team members.


Presented by:

Dr. Randy C. Webb
Agricultural Instructor
Carroll County High School, VA


At iCEV, “Winning is Always in Season!” Hear from a panel of agricultural science teachers who have successfully trained a variety of competitive judging teams using the practice materials offered by iCEV.


Presented by:

Corrine Wascher
Vocational Agricultural Teacher
Galesburg High School, IL

Joe Allen
Agricultural Business Teacher
East High School (Laramie School District Cheyenne), WY

Ryan Burns
Agriculture Teacher
Dover Public Schools, OK

Bland Baird
Agriscience Teacher
Spencer County High School, KY

Architecture, Construction, Transportation & Manufacturing


The Home Builders Association of Alabama (HBAA) is preparing to launch the Residential Construction Skills Certification on the iCEV testing platform. View this session to learn more about the certification from HBAA leaders.


Presented by:

Kory Boiling
Executive Director
Alabama Home Builders Foundation, AL

Kenny Allen
Masonry Building Trades Instructor
Wallace Community College Selma, AL

Joel Owen
Manager of the HVAC Training Center
Alabama Power, AL


Implementing online curriculum in shop classes can be challenging. In this session, learn how iCEV can be used as a resource for hands-on shop classes. With iCEV, implementing a blended learning model of visual learning and hands-on application in a shop or at home is easy!


Presented by:

Nick Cotter
Agriculture Instructor
Rantoul Township High School District 193, IL


Get a behind the scenes look at iCEV’s Construction Technology course. Hear from the course creators and subject matter expert as they explain the creation process and learn how you can implement this course in your CTE program.


Presented by:

Randall Hust
Construction Technology Instructor
Lubbock ISD, TX

Business, Marketing, Finance, IT & Media


Looking for inspiration to utilize iCEV in your business, marketing, finance, IT or media classroom? Learn tips and tricks for how to best implement the curriculum from a panel of iCEV super users.


Presented by:

Bert Sandifer
Business Teacher
Darlington County Institute of Technology, SC

Roland Soto
Business/DECA Teacher
Atrisco Heritage Academy, NM


iCEV’s Graphic Design and Digital Media courses are excellent tools for teaching design principles and techniques. Take a closer look at the curriculum in this workshop with iCEV content creators and learn from bulb, a powerful online portfolio design platform, how students can present their coursework and designs in a digital portfolio.


Presented by:

Aimee Pavelock
Ed Tech Specialist
Bulb

Allison Gosney
District Partnerships
Bulb


This session includes insights on using the iCEV Microsoft® Office curriculum in a classroom setting. Learn how iCEV can offer solutions to the unique challenges that come with teaching Microsoft® Office.


Presented by:

Megan O'Quinn
Director of Brand Management
iCEV

Career Exploration


Help your students identify career opportunities that best fit their interests and skills with the iCEV Career Cluster Interest Inventory (CCII). This session will outline best practices for the CCII and help you determine next steps for students' individual needs.


Presented by:

Kenneth Ford
Career Development Teacher
Mabelvale Middle School, AR


School is about more than “passing a test.” It is educators’ responsibility to get their students workplace ready. Discover essential skills students need to be effective employees and methods to teach them from a fellow educator.


Presented by:

Mariah Montalvo
Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher
Palmview High School, TX


Post-secondary education can come in many forms, including collegiate studies, certificate programs and trade schools. Learn how iCEV can help you prepare your students for life after high school.


Presented by:

Rosamaria Alonzo
Investigating Careers Teacher
B. Garza Middle School, TX

Family & Consumer Sciences


Curious to see how other family and consumer sciences teachers are using iCEV in their classes? Learn from a panel of iCEV super users who teach a variety of family and consumer sciences courses.


Presented by:

Gretchen Benham
Personalized Learning Teacher
Gorman Learning Center- Charter School, CA

Rae Collins
Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher
Central Schools, NM

Samantha Satterfield
Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher
Sevier County High School, TN


Get cooking with iCEV! Learn best practices from educators as they explain how they utilize iCEV in their culinary arts classes.


Presented by:

Connie Hall
Culinary Arts Teacher
Valencia High School, NM


Many times educators are tasked with teaching basic life skills, such as budgeting, parenting techniques, interpersonal skills and more. Hear from fellow teachers as they offer strategies and advice for integrating life skills into your classes.


Presented by:

Angela Sweep
Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher
Uinta County School District 6, WY

Health Science


Learn how iCEV can be a cure for your curriculum ailments. A panel of iCEV health science super users will explain how they are using iCEV in their classrooms.


Presented by:

Polly Cottom
Health Careers Certification Coordinator
High Plains Tech Center, OK

Melissa Tice
Health Science Teacher
Dorchester County Career & Technology, NC


Wanting to expand your health science course offerings? In this session, hear from a teacher who is teaching veterinary medicine as a health science course utilizing iCEV.


Presented by:

Melissa Tice
Health Science Teacher
Dorchester County Career & Technology, NC


Preparing the next generation of healthcare workers has never been more important. Hear from health science teachers as they detail how they are using iCEV’s Certified Nursing Assistant Preparation Materials playlist to train students for their certification exams.


Presented by:

Robin Godsin, RN
Certified Nursing Assistant Teacher
Cleburne High School, TX

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security


This panel of law, public safety, corrections and security teachers share the iCEV lessons they love, provide suggestions for implementing iCEV in the classroom and offer suggestions for other resources to pair with iCEV.


Presented by:

Allen Lyles
LPCS Teacher
Corinth High School, MS

Robert Stahlke
Forensic Science Teacher
Shadow Ridge High School, NV

Jessica Johnson
Criminal Justice Instructor
Southeast Arkansas Community Based Education Center, AR


Hear from a teacher as they explain how they use the iCEV Forensic Science curriculum in their classroom. Learn how to customize and pace iCEV content, as well as find out about additional curriculum resources to help with teaching forensic science.


Presented by:

Robert Stahlke
Forensic Science Teacher
Shadow Ridge High School, NV


Thanks to the customization options and rigor of the course content, iCEV can be adapted to a variety of learning settings, including dual credit courses. Learn how Racer Academy at Murray State University works with school districts in Kentucky to offer dual credit opportunities for students.


Presented by:

Dr. Tony Brannon
Dean of Hutson School of Agriculture
Murray State University, KY

David Black
Coordinator of RACER Academy
Murray State University, KY