The CTE Works! Summit is Minnesota's largest conference convening everyday leaders in Career and Technical Education (CTE) across the full spectrum of education and workforce systems. This annual event is where participants reimagine college and career readiness and workforce development through conversation, innovation, and shared best practices.
ATE Events — November 2022
Disability Cultural Centers are an innovation on the rise within higher education. This webinar will describe the role of Disability Cultural Centers on campuses, the benefits they offer students, and how they differ from the disability office that is tasked with student accommodations. The presenter will highlight recent research and share practical strategies for institutions that may not yet be in the position for a Center at this time, but are interested in building disability culture on campus. Inclusive practices on how to embrace disability culture regardless of your role on campus will guide the discussion.
The Supercharge Your Professional Learning minicourse is a three-part webinar series designed for educators who are looking for effective ways to design and lead professional development initiatives.
Engage in interactive live sessions and problem-solving office hours with Nicole Tucker-Smith, co-author of the book Supercharge Your Professional Learning. With a compelling health-and-wellness analogy, this course will provide concepts and tips for designing professional learning that refuels rather than fatigues. Together, we'll explore ways of designing effective professional development and removing barriers to adult learning.
Participants in this minicourse will:
- Gain a deeper understanding of how the UDL Guidelines support adult learner variability and reduce barriers in professional learning.
- Apply insights, concepts, strategies, templates, techniques, and materials to design and provide impactful professional learning experiences.
Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Thursday, November 3, 2022
Thursday, November 10, 2022
5:00 pm – 7:30 pm ET
Focused on Texas grape growers, TWGGA’s Grape Camp event provides education sessions exploring viticulture challenges like water, drought, heat, and labor, plus unique grape and wine sensory education. Learn from vineyard and winery experts and enjoy a chance to network with your wine and grape peers at this one-of-a-kind event. New for 2022: Explore starting a vineyard, winery, or tasting room with the Wine and Grape 101 Course on Wednesday, November 2 (separate registration required).
The National Center for Autonomous Technologies (NCAT) and Northland Community and Technical College is excited to host the RADC 2021-22 Challenge: Blackout! NCAT is located at the Northland Aerospace campus in Thief River Falls, Minnesota.
Doors will open at 7:30 AM with team check-in beginning at 8:00 AM. Teams that have not checked in 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the qualifying matches will be dropped from the roster to allow for the match list to be run. Teams running late should contact the Event Partner prior to the 30 minute cutoff to avoid being dropped. Organizers anticipate that the event will conclude no later than 4:00 PM.
Tournament 1: November 5, 2022
Tournament 2: December 17, 2022
Looking for the latest viticulture and technology from the world's top experts? The Sustainable Ag Expo brings together researchers and growers so you can earn continuing education hours and improve your business all while connecting with peers and agriculture companies.
Accessing Higher Ground focuses on the implementation and benefits of:
- Accessible media, Universal Design and Assistive Technology in the university, business and public setting;
- Legal and policy issues, including ADA and 508 compliance;
- The creation of accessible media and information resources, including Web pages and library resources.
Register now for a free, two-day CMMC (Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification) 2.0 workshop! Spaces are limited.
NCyTE is offering a free workshop that will cover the CMMC 2.0 and the new Department of Defense (DoD) requirements which include: moving from a five-level compliance model to a three-level model, shifting most auditing requirements to the DoD, and revising the program to mirror NIST 800-171 more closely.
Who should attend?
- Cybersecurity faculty
- Small business IT or cybersecurity personnel
The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. John Sands who has over 30 years of experience in education and workforce research in data communications, manufacturing technologies, information technology, information security management and cybersecurity. He has led previous CMMC workshops and is well versed in CMMC 2.0.
All attendees will receive an Instructor Guidebook, Student Guidebook, training resources, and a Canvas course package. The workshop is limited to 25 attendees and spots are filling up quickly.