Region 4 Career and Technical Education Symposium
June 15, 2021
It’s been an unprecedented year in education. CTE teachers have juggled various modes of teaching and learning. Students have struggled with learning CTE concepts remotely. In the meantime, we’ve had to revolutionize and modernize our practices on the fly.
Looking back, we’ve learned, grown, and become more flexible. Looking forward, the goal of the 2021 Region 4 Career & Technical Education Symposium is to take all the good we’ve learned during this unconventional year to reach, teach, and prepare more students for post-high school success.
Special opening address by Kirven Tillis, CTE Coordinator at Barbers Hill ISD!
Jaime Casap served as the education evangelist at Google for more than 14 years and was the second member of Google for Education team. In that time, Casap launched Google’s GSuite tools into higher education and K–12. He also launched Chromebooks into education and was the creator of Google for Education Transformation Framework. Casap is now partnering with school systems around the world, helping them to build transformational practices in their classrooms.
Dr. Scott Muri
Dr. Scott Muri, superintendent of Ector County School District and former superintendent of Spring Branch ISD, will share the insights he has gleaned about career and technical education during the time of pandemic, from an administrator’s perspectives.
Marty G. DeLeon
Marty G. DeLeon, attorney with the law firm of Escamilla & Poneck will speak about the changes in CTE from a legislative viewpoint.
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