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COVID-19 disrupted the 2019-2020 school year in a major way. When schools began to shut down, teachers, administrators, parents and students were left scrambling to figure out what the rest of the spring would look like. Read about how one teacher utilized his 14-year relationship with CTeLearning to easily transition his classes to hybrid teaching and hybrid learning, keeping his students on the path to success.  Incorporating Hybrid Teaching and Learning  Doug Devine of Eau

CTe Learning participated in the 2020 “Virtual” Web Design and Development Challenge held from June 22-June 25 in partnership with WebProfessionals.org and SkillsUSA.  First, we need to give a shout out to SkillsUSA for working with WebProfessionals.org to innovate in this time of COVID-19 and keep alive the spirit of leadership and competition for the next generation of web professionals.  This year’s innovative and fully online skills event invited and challenged hundreds of high school

With COVID-19 disrupting how school districts around the country operate, teachers and administrators are searching for alternative teaching and learning methods to ensure students don’t lose progress made so far this year and build momentum going into next school year and beyond. By using online courses, one teacher in North Sioux City, SD was able to effortlessly transition to remote teaching his classes, keeping students on track and engaged from their own homes. When

With COVID-19 affecting how we work and live, many people are seeking new career paths that will allow them to work with more flexibility and freedom. Let’s look at how to switch careers by studying how one student took advantage of an online training course that allowed her to learn at her own pace and equip herself with the technical skills to thrive in this rapidly changing economy. Let's hear from the student and

How did one young professional develop new career skills that allow her to work wherever she wants, with the clients she wants, even in the age of COVID-19? Ashley A. recently completed the Web Design and Development course and certification online through Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN. This article explores how those looking to develop new career skills or transition to a new career can do so without any previous knowledge