SREB’s Advanced Career virtual Teacher Training Institutes make it simpler and more cost-effective than ever to implement and sustain AC programs. There is no need for costly travel as teachers may work from their school’s lab.
How It Works
Schools complete a memorandum of understanding (MOU), including a pathway that includes one or more AC courses. Download PDF
Register the teacher for the AC Teacher Training Institute (TTI). New AC Teachers must attend the New AC Teacher Training. Experienced AC Teachers must attend Courses 2 or 3 training prior to teaching the course.
Optional: Schools seeking individualized instruction for one or more Advanced Career teachers instead of TTI may contract with SREB services.
Schools may contract with SREB for additional private support for AC teachers to support instruction and implementation through personalized coaching.
Access to a school laboratory (Aerospace Engineering and Energy Pathways)
Purchase and receipt of required AC equipment and supplies prior to technical training. Due to national supply chain shortages and shipping delays, please order equipment and supplies early.
Attendance at each session
Paper composition notebook
If you are an individual with a disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to access the training because of your disability. You can request reasonable accommodations by contacting Beth Green at email@example.com or 903-452-4508.
Teachers from Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and West Virginia
came together July 15-26, 2019, at Auburn University to explore
the four courses in SREB’s Advanced CareerAerospace Engineering curriculum. Two AC “Lead
Learners” — teachers Bill Vivian of Sun Valley High School in
North Carolina and Alan Perry of Frankfort High School in
Kentucky — led this AC Summer Teacher Training Institute.