Curriculum Guide (PDF, 245 KB)
The College and Career Academy Support Network’s resource guide of internet sites is helpful for developing lesson plans.
Buck Institute for Education (Project Based Learning)
The Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is a non-profit research and development organization working to make schools more effective through the use of problem and project based learning. BIE hosts project based learning workshops for teachers.
Curriculum Organizer (CTE Online)
An online tool for teachers to easily identify key skills within their curriculum and connect them to the content in the state and national assessment tests.
Ford PAS Curriculum (Ford PAS)
An interdisciplinary curriculum that teaches students business, economic, and technology skills that link the classroom to real world challenges. This program was developed by the Ford Motor Company and partners with local schools and businesses to transform secondary education.
Curriculum Resource Database (CCASN)
The curriculum resources in this database were specifically chosen for Career Academies, Linked Learning, and other college & career pathways. The database includes curriculum for academic courses connected to career and industry themes, as well as curriculum for CTE courses. Many resources are interdisciplinary and project-based.
Work Based Learning in Linked Learning: Definitions, Outcomes, and Quality Criteria (PDF, 450 KB)
The primary purpose of this document are to: 1) Provide clarity for teachers, partners, and others implementing Linked Learning concerning the definition of high-quality, outcomes-drive work-based learning, and 2) Increase alignment among Linked Learning partners and technical assistant providers so that support for Linked Learning practitioners around work-based learning can be more coherent, coordinated, and effective.