eDynamic Learning and Texas

eDynamic Learning is proud to partner with Texas Districts in supporting schools, teachers, and students with TEKS aligned online curriculum. Easy-to-find PEIMS codes makes it easy to implement courseware that is accessible no matter where learning takes place.

Texas Full Catalog 2020 Texas CTE and Career Library Texas High School Electives and Special Topics Library Texas Middle School Library Texas CTE and Career Library

eDynamic Learning offers a variety of professional development options to help teachers implement the courseware in a variety of formats and delivery models to get the most out of the curriculum and teacher resource materials. Our workshops can be delivered virtual, face-to-face, or teachers can learn through our self-paced online course option. Find out about our new CTE Professional Development Series Bundle.

Learn how eDynamic Learning and CareerCraft can support schools and districts in meeting the requirements of Perkins V for Career & Technical Education.

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Career Exploration
Perkins V requires that states provide career exploration and career development activities through an organized, systematic framework. It is designed to aid students, including in the middle grades, before enrolling and while participating in a career and technical education program, in making informed plans and decisions about future education and career opportunities and programs of study. Learn how eDynamic Learning provides career exploration courses designed for middle and high school students.

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Employability Skills
Perkins V supports the integration of employability skills into career and technical education programs and programs of study. Today’s employers are looking for candidates who possess essential employability and soft skills necessary to be effective in the workplace. Learn how eDynamic Learning’s Workplace & Internship Readiness course supports the employability framework and helps students develop the foundational skills they need to feel confident and prepared.

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Purposeful and Meaningful Professional Development
Under Perkins V, professional development is defined as activities that are an integral part of strategies for providing educators with the knowledge and skills needed to enable students to succeed in CTE. Workshops need to be sustained (not stand-alone, 1-day, or short-term workshops), intensive, collaborative, job embedded, data driven, and classroom-focused, and to the extent practicable evidence-based. Learn how eDynamic Learning supports Perkins definition of professional development through a succession of three comprehensive workshops designed for CTE programs.

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CTE Programs
Perkins V indicates that CTE programs should offer at least 3 different career fields that are available to all students, especially in high-skill, high-wage, or in-demand industry sectors or occupations. Learn how eDynamic Learning’s CTE curriculum aligns to the National Career Clusters.

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Work-Based Learning
State and local agencies can spend Perkins funds on efforts to promote, create or expand work-based learning opportunities. This includes effective and meaningful collaboration between secondary schools, postsecondary institutions, and employers to provide students with experience in, and understanding of, all aspects of an industry, which may include work-based learning such as internships, mentorships, simulated work environments, and other hands-on or inquiry-based learning activities. Learn how CareerCraft supports districts in managing business partners, tracking and reporting service hours, and monitoring student planning and career pathway progress.

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Work-Based Learning
State and local agencies can spend Perkins funds on efforts to promote, create or expand work-based learning opportunities. This includes effective and meaningful collaboration between secondary schools, postsecondary institutions, and employers to provide students with experience in, and understanding of, all aspects of an industry, which may include work-based learning such as internships, mentorships, simulated work environments, and other hands-on or inquiry-based learning activities. Learn how CareerCraft supports districts in managing business partners, tracking and reporting service hours, and monitoring student planning and career pathway progress.

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Work-Based Learning
State and local agencies can spend Perkins funds on efforts to promote, create or expand work-based learning opportunities. This includes effective and meaningful collaboration between secondary schools, postsecondary institutions, and employers to provide students with experience in, and understanding of, all aspects of an industry, which may include work-based learning such as internships, mentorships, simulated work environments, and other hands-on or inquiry-based learning activities. Learn how CareerCraft supports districts in managing business partners, tracking and reporting service hours, and monitoring student planning and career pathway progress.

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Industry Certifications
Industry certifications show mastery of or competency in specific knowledge, skills or processes measured against a set of accepted standards. They are typically awarded through assessment and validation of skills in cooperation with a business, trade association or other industry group. Perkins V defines a career and technical education program as an organized educational activity that offers a sequence of courses that provides technical skill proficiency or a recognized postsecondary credential, which may include an industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or an associate degree. Learn how Career Ready courses from eDynamic Learning CTE and Career Library can help you prepare students for 62 industry certifications.

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*Some of the Perkins V requirements vary by state.

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