ACTE Techniques September 2013 - (Page 22)
Step by Step
By Lara Skaggs
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he National Health Science
Assessment measures student
mastery of basic skills and
knowledge that workers in
all aspects of the health industry need to
know. The assessment also satisfies the
technical skills assessment requirement in
state and federal legislation, so it’s a natural fit for entry-level health care workers,
especially those whose training does not
require a specific assessment for certification or licensure.
The educational climate today is one
of assessment equaling student success.
Therefore, it’s important for you, as a
health science instructor, to review the
standards yearly in order to guarantee the
best possible outcome for every student.
The National Consortium for Health
Science Education (NCHSE) recommends the following steps in moving
toward fantastic student results.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of ACTE Techniques September 2013
Q and A
What Makes ACTE's CareerTech VISION So Different?
Strategies for a Safer School
Sudent Success Step by Step
"Made in Florida" Industry Tours: A Best Practice for Seeding Industry Partnerships
Businesses United to Do Their Part to Help Solve the Skills Gap
Building Students' Secondary STEM Skills Through Innovative Technology
Free CTE College Tuition and Certification Funding: KS SB155 at Work
The IB Career-related Certificate: Technical Rigor With an IB Touch
Increasing Minority Involvement in STEM Courses
Human Performance Technology for CTE: An Alternative Approach to Course Redesign
ACTE Techniques September 2013