Oregon CTE

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Brain Anatomy Overview

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This engaging activity has students create a "Brain Hat" outlining the lobes of the brain with their functions as well as a few other key functional areas. This enables students to view the brain almost as a 3D model as concussions and other sports-related injuries are discussed and assessed via on-field observations and concussion tests.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Sarah Davies

Overview of Electrified Vehicle Systems

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This resource contains a chart describing the components of electrified vehicle systems based on the vehicle drive system. Vehicle drive systems in the chart include conventional internal combustion engine, start/stop, mild hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), medium HEV, full HEV, plug-in series HEV, and battery electric vehicle. The chart is provided in both .jpg and .ppt (PowerPoint) formats.

Material Type: Diagram/Illustration, Lecture Notes

Author: Center for Advanced Automotive Technology (CAAT)

Curricula of DRONE TECHNOLOGY course

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It’s a new VET curricula, aimed to help VET students to take advantage of the huge opportunities created by Industry 4.0, through the adaption of drone technology, in order to start a new business or to expand already existing companies. The document is available in 5 languages (EN, RO, PL, GR, IT). All language versions are available for download on www.edudrone-project.eu

Material Type: Syllabus, Teaching/Learning Strategy

Authors: Catalin Gheorghe Amza, Doru Cantemir, Eirini Zigra, Francesco Tarantino, Giulia Salucci, Ioana Cantemir, Mike Triantafillou, Paulina Spanu, Paweł Poterucha

Drone technology course

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It is a multilingual Learning Management System developed with the aim to equip learners with knowledge, abilities and skills that allow them to enter the entrepreneurial world, via Industry 4.0 and Drone Technology, in order to yield the related opportunities. It includes a course, trainer guidelines, evaluation tools and e-learning platform. The course includes 12 chapters on topics relevant to Industry 4.0 and Drone Technology and it's available in 5 languages (EN, RO, PL, GR, IT), free and easily accessible. eduDrone LMS link: https://edudrone-project.eu/lms/

Material Type: Full Course

Authors: Anastasia Oikonomoula, Catalin Gheorghe Amza, Doru Cantemir, Francesco Tarantino, Giulia Salucci, Ioana Cantemir, Mike Triantafillou, Paulina Spanu, Paweł Poterucha

Guidelines on the use of Drones in vocational education and training (VET)

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It is a brochure containing guidelines on the use of Drone Technology (DT) in vocational education and training (VET), providing essential information for VET trainers and institutions who want to incorporate DT into their curriculum. It includes guidelines and case studies and covers the following important topics: 1.Introduction to Drones (The Drone technology, Drones applications, How to build a drone) 2.Legislation for the use of drones (Romanian Legislation, Greek Legislation, Italian Legislation, Polish Legislation) 3.Case studies (Using drone technology in industrial inspection, Using drone technology in Security Industry, Using drone technology to improve environmental monitoring, Using drone technology to monitor air quality, Using drone technology in Agriculture) 4.Using drones to improve teaching (Using drones to increase the attractiveness of STEM disciplines, Using drones to enhance the social inclusion). The document is available in 5 languages (EN, RO, PL, GR, IT) and it’s issued with ISBN. All language versions of the “Guidelines on the use of drones in VET” are available for download on www.edudrone-project.eu.

Material Type: Teaching/Learning Strategy

Authors: Catalin Gheorghe Amza, Doru Cantemir, Eirini Zigra, Francesco Tarantino, Giulia Salucci, Ioana Cantemir, Mike Triantafillou, Paulina Spanu, Paweł Poterucha

Guidelines on Industry 4.0 and Drone Entrepreneurship for VET students

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It is a brochure containing guidelines on the Industry 4.0 and Drone Entrepreneurship applied to vocational education and training (VET) students, providing essential information for those who want to start a new business in the fields of Industry 4.0 and/or Drone Industry. It presents Industry 4.0 and drone based business ideas and opportunities and covers important topics like technology, legislation, applications, etc. in order to help VET students and VET graduates to identify opportunities and to start their own business taking advantage of drone technology. The document is available in 5 languages (EN, RO, PL, GR, IT) and it’s issued with ISBN. All language versions are available for download on www.edudrone-project.eu

Material Type: Case Study, Student Guide

Authors: Anastasia Oikonomoula, Catalin Gheorghe Amza, Doru Cantemir, Francesco Tarantino, Giulia Salucci, Ioana Cantemir, Mike Triantafillou, Paulina Spanu, Paweł Poterucha

Aerospace College Readiness, Pre-employment, and Assembly

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This series of courses and learning modules are designed to offer a two-quarter entry-level employment preparation or college readiness program targeting either employment in aerospace and advanced manufacturing or continuing education in a manufacturing program. The pre-employment program includes applied mathematics, blueprint reading, computer skills, manufacturing basics, English-as-a-second language for aerospace, and shop safety. OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 certification student handbooks, and a course outline for integrating WorkKeys into the program are included. An outline of assembly skills in drilling and riveting illustrate a specific entry level employment opportunity.

Material Type: Full Course, Module

Distance Learning Adaptation Template

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Overview: This document will support teachers in the design and adaptation of weekly lessons for distance learning implementation. It is open for public use. The guidance and weekly assignment templates can be used with CTEOnline.org lessons and projects and/or customized for a teacher’s existing curriculum. For CDE guidance on distance learning visit: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/he/hn/distancelearning.asp For CTE specific resources vist: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/dl/ Advice: Remember, “less is more”. Pick your 3 favorite tech tools max. Once you pick your tools, stick to them. Pick tools that are familiar to your students, whenever possible. Create or locate a 'how to' video to share with students who may need help. Also remind them of the help features of software. Variability and Accessibility in Distance Learning: Options for delivery and format. Always provide alternatives to video and online resources so content is available for students with and without technology access. Work with your district to identify specific distance learning strategies, accommodations, and modifications for Special Education.

Material Type: Teaching/Learning Strategy