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Introduction to TEA Science Safety Training for Middle School
This section is the introductory text for the course.
ELPS Instructional Tool
The ELPS Instructional Tool outlines how to plan focused, targeted, and systematic instruction to meet the linguistic needs of ELLs identified at the beginning and intermediate proficiency levels in grade 3 or higher.
ELPS Linguistic Instructional Alignment Guide (LIAG)
The ELPS Linguistic Instructional Alignment Guide (LIAG) is designed to help teachers gather information needed to ensure that classroom instruction meets the individual academic and linguistic needs of English language learners (ELLs).
Science Academies for Grades 5–8, Part 2 for Participants
This resource is available to participants of the Science Academies for Grades 5–8, Part 2. The purpose of the resource is to provide participants with the training materials and documents associated with the training.
TEA Science Safety Training for Elementary School
Increase your awareness of science safety in the elementary classroom. Teachers will better understand their duty to instruct, supervise, and maintain a safe science classroom. This resource does not take the place of campus- or district-level science safety training.
Science Academies for Grades 5–8, Part 2 for Trainers
This resource contains the files needed for trainers responsible for training science teachers in grades 5–8 across Texas.
Lesson 4.2: CTE Policies and Procedures Manual
This resource explains the importance of having a CTE Policies and Procedures manual that describes a school's or district's policies and procedures for CTE courses.
Introduction to Section 7
This section also explains how a training plan is used, why it is important, and how to correctly complete it.
Introduction to Section 5
This resource introduces Section 5: Workplace Laws and Rules.
Lesson 6.1: WBL Training Plan Terms
This resource defines terms commonly used in writing standard work-based learning (WBL) training plans for career preparation and practicum courses.
Lesson 6.2: Identifying Appropriate WBL Training Sites
This resource describes criteria for selecting appropriate work-based learning (WBL) training sites for career preparation and practicum students.
Lesson 6.3: Recruiting Business Partners and Training Sites
This resource explains how to identify potential resources for work-based learning (WBL) training sites and how to contact prospective WBL training sponsors.
Introduction to Section 10
In this section, learners will explore standard classroom practices experienced instructor recommend for implementing the classroom component of work-based learning (WBL). This section also includes many resources, templates, and other instructional materials.
Introduction to Section 2
Introduction to Section 2
Introduction to Section 3
This resource describes Texas Education Agency (TEA) rules related to work-based learning (WBL), including rules and policies regarding career preparation and practicum courses, and career and technical education (CTE) funding, coding guidelines, and transportation allotment rules.
Lesson 5.2: Youth Worker Health and Safety
This resource discusses OSHA requirements regarding youth worker health and safety for WBL students.
Lesson 1.1: Introducing Work-Based Learning
This resource gives CTE teachers an overview of work-based learning (WBL) as part of a high school student's career development training.
Lesson 2.3: State Laws and Rules Governing WBL Teacher Certifications and Assignments
State Laws and Rules Governing WBL Teacher Certifications and Assignments
Introduction to Section 9
This resource introduces the lessons in Section 9: Timeline for Implementing a WBL Program, and lists the learning objectives.
Lesson 5.4: Other Federal Laws Impacting Youth Workers
This resource discusses various agencies and organizations that establish and enforce regulations and programs that impact work-based learning (WBL) students and their employer sponsors.