Each year CEC’s physics class does an egg drop as part of a unit on safety. This blog was submitted by Ms. Erin Gray to share her students’ success! Why we do an Egg Drop: The is the performance assessment that culminates our unit on the physics of safety. The content assesses key areas of the physics curriculum, and […]
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- Earn college credit at no cost
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- Successfully transition to post-secondary education
- Take on entry-level jobs in their area of career specialization
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- Make good decisions, problem solve and accept responsibility
- Meet the demands of our rapidly changing world
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Jessica Garcia Our assignment for Teacher Careers was to create a public service announcement (PSA) on a topic that affected children, parents and/or society. There was a wide array of topics to choose from including obesity, homophobia, divorce, abuse, self-concept, gender issues and even animals used in entertainment. Everyone had to create a short video […]
Thanks to CEC Crime and Forensics teacher Stacey Hervey’s use of current events in her career class, students were able to turn last week’s events surrounding the Ferguson case, into a learning experience. Hervey’s students had a chance to gather the facts about the trial, present and discuss them with their classmates and come to […]