• Texas Gateway by TEA

    Texas Gateway has replaced ProjectShare. CTE teachers will find professional development geared toward CTE classes that satisfy core academic credit.
     
    Teachers create their own account at:  http://www.texasgateway.org/ Participants who began the training prior to the migration to the Gateway may resume their work by joining the part at which they stopped. Participants may contact txgateway@tea.texas.gov for assistance getting started or resuming work.
     
    Professional Development Currently Available:
     
    CTE 101: Career and Technical Education in Texas This course provides an overview of Career and Technical Education in Texas and how it is implemented at the state and local levels. Teachers who are not certified in CTE and who wish to teach one of the CTE courses for mathematics or science credit must complete CTE 101. CTE-certified teachers may complete CTE 101, but this is not a requirement. CPE credit is 4 hours.
     
    Forensic Science informs participants about and provides a framework for teaching Forensic Science in the career and technical education (CTE) classroom. The training is divided into six parts. Participants are expected to complete all six parts. Participants who successfully complete course activities and assessments earn 15 CPE credits per part for a total of 90 CPEs. First-time participants may begin the training by enrolling in Part 1
     
    Statistics and Risk Managment  informs and familiarizes participants about the field of statistics and risk management as a framework for teaching this content in the career and technical education (CTE) classroom. This course covers the general areas of describing data, probability, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression, money flow, financial resources, data forecasting and management, fiscal stability, risk management strategies, and production. There are six (6) parts of the Statistics and Risk Management course. Participants are expected to complete all six (6) parts. Each part is worth 15 CPE credit hours.
     
    Food Science informs participants about and provides a framework for teaching Food Science in the career and technical education (CTE) classroom. The training is divided into six parts. Participants are expected to complete all six parts. Participants who successfully complete course activities and assessments earn 15 CPE credits per part for a total of 90 CPEs.
     
    Engineering Mathematics informs participants about and provides a framework for teaching Engineering Mathematics in the career and technical education (CTE) classroom. The training is divided into six parts. Participants are expected to complete all six parts. Participants who successfully complete course activities and assessments earn 15 CPE credits per part for a total of 90 CPEs.
     
    Advanced Plant and Soil Science informs participants about and provides a framework for teaching Advanced Plant and Soil Science in the career and technical education (CTE) classroom. The training is divided into six parts. Participants are expected to complete all six parts. Participants who successfully complete course activities and assessments earn 15 CPE credits per part for a total of 90 CPEs.
     
    Advanced Animal Science  informs participants about and provides a framework for teaching Advanced Animal Science in the career and technical education (CTE) classroom.  The training is divided into six parts. Participants are expected to complete all six parts. Participants who successfully complete course activities and assessments earn 15 CPE credits per part for a total of 90 CPEs. 
     
    Advanced Biotechnology  informs participants about and provides a framework for teaching Advanced Biotechnology in the career and technical education (CTE) classroom. The training is divided into six parts. Participants are expected to complete all six parts. Participants who successfully complete course activities and assessments earn 15 CPE credits per part for a total of 90 CPEs. 
     
    Mathematical Applications in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources  informs participants about and provides a framework for teaching Mathematical Applications in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources in the career and technical education (CTE) classroom. The training is divided into six parts. Participants are expected to complete all six parts. Participants who successfully complete course activities and assessments earn 15 CPE credits per part for a total of 90 CPEs.