Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Results
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Educators assign projects to students as early as elementary school, and yet give them little systematic, standards-
CTE classes primarily use project-
And it is rare to find CTE students learning the vocabulary and processes of PM based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), yet that learning can lead to valuable globally-
Teachers don’t have to ADD project management skills training to their curriculum. All they need to do is add a framework of PM skills to their existing project-
See “Teach PMforCTE” for workshops and other professional development opportunities.
Zack introduces the class project in Karl Ruff’s class at Roosevelt High School in Seattle: A remotely operated dirigible with remotely operated camera.
Zack describes project charter, work breakdown structure, and Gantt chart for the remotely operated dirigible with remotely operated camera.
Zack briefs his fellow students and instructor Karl Ruff on the current status of the dirigible project.
Karl Ruff on teaching project management at Roosevelt High School in Seattle
Presentation at 2012 WA-
Concise Project Management Pocket Guide Checklist 3x5 – This is a basic checklist, aligned with the PMBOK ® Guide process groups, with written explanations
Concise Project Management Pocket Guide Checklist 3x5 4 per page – for printing multiple copies of one sheet
Project Charter Template -
One Hour Introduction to PMforCTE and the Concise Pocket Guide