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Career & Technology Education (CTE)
CTE: The AET Online Record Book System: Basics to Expert Level Information on Making Your Students Successful with Their Records

CTE instruction aims at developing foundational skills, core workplace competencies, and specific skill competencies in various occupational areas. Internships, practicums, cooperative education, school-based enterprises, dual enrollment programs, and apprenticeships are a few venues that deliver CTE by providing meaningful opportunities for leaners to apply their academic and technical skills. We serve the career and education community through targeted support for CTE compliance, program development and implementation with rigor and relevancy; bridging with postsecondary education and industry partners to build a global workforce, quality education programs and 21st century learners.

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Important Session Information:

  1. AETmobile for Teacher and Students  - this session will cover how to load and utilize AETmobile for teachers, which allows your phone to have a complete contact directory of your students and your fellow state's teachers, tools to manage your POA, online assessment of your students SAE project to note improvements or share a photo of their SAE project.... again all from your phone! Also, this session will provide a summary of how students can load AETmobile for students and how they can better keep records and capture better SAE photos.
  2. Helping Students Setup and Manage SAE Projects: The Basics - This session backs up and covers the basics. Learn about the parts of the record book and how to help students setup any SAE project and common entries. This session will also cover common SAE reports students can use to evaluate their work or reports you may use as grading their progress.
  3. Use AET Strategic Planning System (POA and Calendar Manager)  - this feature of AET allows a teacher to assign their top student leaders and work with them to document your program's mission statement, vision statements, program needs, define student leaders, develop and track the progress of your key POA events and develop/manage a program budget.  At the same time, your students work is updating your public website (AETweb), developing key elements of FFA's National Chapter Award and developing valuable reports to share with stakeholders. Also covered are printed resources you can use for your officer retreat and creating plans for the year.
  4. Review of SAE Records Essential in FFA Awards and How Records Flow into FFA Award Applications - This session reviews essential steps in AET records that are common stumbling blocks for students as the move into FFA awards. These include incomplete AET profiles, lacking SAE plans and annual summaries, community service and identifying the correct non-FFA organization and dates of records. This session will also share newly developed record keeping student review sheets, SAE grading rubrics and more, which are all designed to help students review their work before transferring into awards. Finally, this session will review the steps for students to develop FFA awards from AET records and tips for FFA awards, such as proficiency degrees, state degrees and star applications
  5. Questions from teachers about their accounts or specific student cases with which they may have struggled.


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(6) CEU
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Contact Person:
Ruthie Kneupper
Ruthie Kneupper
Date Time Location
11/17/2017 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Education Service Center Region 20 - Frio Room
1314 Hines, San Antonio, 78208


1314 Hines San Antonio, TX 78208 | Phone: 210-370-5200 | Map