Career Technical Education (CTE) Instructional Resources

Bulletins
LAUSD Bulletin 2643.3 – Time Reporting Documentation for Federal and State Categorical Programs (March 27, 2007)
DACE Bulletin 87 – A & I Request Procedures (Aug 22, 2016)
Guidelines
DACE Guideline No. 30 – Marking Student Course Completion Using the Adult Weekly Attendance Form 34-A-EH-49 (December 12, 2006)
DACE Guideline No. 37 – Education and Career Centers / Regional Occupational and Skills Centers Shop Sales (April 25, 2007)
DACE Guideline No. 87 – Tracking and Labeling of Equipment Purchased with Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006, Section 132 Funds (April 27, 2016)
DACE Guideline No. 114 – Course Fees for Career Technical Education (CTE) Classes Offered by the Division of Adult and Career Education (April 25, 2016)
Dace Guideline No. 117 – Instituting Enhanced Safeguards to Manage Inventory of Equipment Purchased with Federal Funds (April 27, 2016)
Safety Tests (by Industry Sector)
Agriculture and Natural Resources N/A
Arts, Media, and Entertainment Graphic Design
Video Production
Building and Construction Trades Construction
HVAC
Plumbing
Tile Technician
Business and Finance Business & Finance
Education, Child Development, and Family Services Early Childhood Education
Energy, Environment, and Utilities Electrician
Mobile Electronics
Photovoltaics
Powerline
Engineering and Architecture Computer Aided Design
Fashion and Interior Design Barber/Cosmetology
Esthetician
Fashion Design
Manicuring
Health Science and Medical Technology Health Information Technology
Hospital Maintenance
Medical Assistant
Nursing Assistant
Pharmacy Technician
Physical Therapy/Sports Therapy Aide
X Ray Technology
Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Culinary Arts
Information and Communication Technologies A+
Networking
Manufacturing and Product Development Machinist
Welding
Marketing, Sales & Service Building and Grounds Worker
Real Estate
Public Service Police Science
Security Officer
Transportation Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic
Auto Mechanic
Contact Information

Ana Martinez, CTE Specialist
[email protected]

Professional Development

Professional development provides opportunities for teachers to:

Discuss educational research
Improve instructional practices
Engage in critical thinking and self-reflection
Develop professional relationships

Upcoming CTE Professional Development Opportunities:

Coming Soon

Archived CTE Professional Development Materials:

Date: Saturday, February 21, 2015
Title: CTE Model Curriculum Standards Training

Available for download:
PowerPoint presentation
Bloom’s Taxonomy
California CTE Model Curriculum Standards
Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy
Rigor/Relevance Framework

Professional Development for Salary Step Advancement

The following is from the Professional Development for Salary Step Advancement Guide (PDF)
Staff Development activities include but are not limited to the following:

  1. Attendance at Conferences
  2. Attendance at Workshops
  3. Attendance at Seminars
  4. Level I Coursework
  5. Level II Coursework
  6. Development of Course Outlines
  7. Evaluation of Educational Materials
  8. Presentation of a Demonstration Lesson for New Teachers
  9. Peer Observations for Teachers on Step A
  10. Peer Observations for Teachers on Step B
  11. Presentation of a Workshop
  12. Co-Presentation of a Workshop

For more specific information about salary step requirements, restrictions, and procedures regarding staff development, see pages 25-31 of the Professional Development for Salary Step Advancement Guide (PDF).

Individual teachers are ultimately responsible for following the correct procedures to obtain staff development
credit. For questions about salary step advancement, contact Salary Allocations at (213) 241-4952 or click here: Salary Step Advancement Information