CTAE


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CTAECareer, Technical and Adult Education
CTAECareer, Technical and Agricultural Education (Georgia Department of Education)
CTAECommonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (polar expedition)
CTAECentre Tecnològic per a la Indústria Aeronàutica i de l’Espai (Spanish: Technological Center for the Aeronautical and Space Industry; Catalonia, Spain)
CTAECommunity Technical and Adult Education
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Critical thinking measured using the CTAE is comprised of six competencies: interpretation, analysis, evaluation, inference, explanation, and self-regulation (ATI, 2006).
Divisional ACTE Involvement--End of Pathway Assessment Committee Member; CTAE: Administrator of the Year (2015), Winter Conference Attendee (2013-2015), Winter Conference Presenter (2013), New Leaders Academy (2014-2016); Administration Division Conference Attendee (2009-2015)
She was joined on stage by nine other national winners: an emeritus CTE professor from Las Vegas; a Health Science teacher from Camden, Arkansas; the former Kentucky commissioner of education; an Atlanta school counselor and non-profit founder; a former Minnesota ACTE president; a CTAE director from Macon, Georgia; a global animal health company; a corporate leader and advocate for California STEAM programs; and a rural South Dakota agriculture instructor.
ACTE Involvement--ACTE Region: Region II Resolutions Committee (2015-2017) ACTE National--Other Activities: ACTE's CareerTech VISION (2012,2014); ACTE Assembly of Delegates, Georgia Delegate (2014) State/Local: Georgia School Counselor Association President (20082009); American School Counselor Association President (2010-2011); Georgia ACTE: Conference Presenter (2011-2013), Summer Conference Participant (2011-2015), Minute Taker for Georgian ACTE Guidance and Career Development Division Summer Meeting (2013); Georgia Department of Education CTAERN Contracted Presenter at Summer CTAE Academy (2013); Local CTE Advisory Board (2012-2015); Guidance and Career Development Division Participant at the state and national levels
Eyer, CTAE Division Administrator, Office of Public Instruction, and Megan Vincent, FC5 Education Specialist, OPI/Montana FCCLA State Adviser
I was elected CTAE Student of the Year for my school and for my county, which provided me with a scholarship to the college I will be attending [this] fall.
It will be an up-close and unique presentation featuring three points of view which help to carry the message of CTE (in Georgia we refer to it as CTAE: Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education) to our great state and abroad.