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Joseph Barroso teaches at East Providence Area Career & Tech Center in East Providence, Rhode Island. He has used CDX’s Maintenance and Light Repair Online for three years.
Teaching to the test has become commonplace in classrooms across the U.S. The pressure to achieve excellent grades and pass standardized tests provokes some students to cheat. This means not only that these students receive grades they don’t earn, but also that they miss out on knowledge they will need in the future.
How many times have you heard the phrase “teaching to the test?” Focusing on test scores has become a trend in schools, but it’s only resulted in teaching students how to memorize facts rather than apply knowledge. This method of instruction also prevents students from developing important life skills like problem-solving and the ability to complete more complex chains of tasks.
Who recalls the classroom scene from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in which a room full of blank-faced students stare at their teacher while he explains economics? Much like the sleeping, gum-popping actors, today’s students are often bored out of their minds.
Topics: Student Engagement
Want to offer your students a model of hard work and perseverance? Meet Al Gray of El Dorado, Arkansas, who earned a top 10 ranking in Ford’s Professional Technician Society (PTS) Performance Challenge after working for years to excel as a Ford Technician while recovering from a debilitating injury.
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According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Employment of automotive service technicians and mechanics is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026." Yet, there is rising shortage of qualified automotive technicians. Why is this?
Have you been wondering what's new in the latest edition of Fundamentals of Automotive Technology? Watch Kirk VanGelder, automotive instructor and CDX author, discuss what makes the new edition so special: