About The Center
CTE Knights Certificates
Earn points for taking part in professional development activities and applying the
content to your classes.
|Your first CTE Event||5|
|1 Hour Workshop by CTE or Partners||3 each|
|OneCCRI: Professional Development Day sessions||3 each|
|Idea Exchange||5 each|
|Contribute to the CTE Resource Database||1 each|
|Bring a friend to their first CTE Event||1 each|
|Complete an Implementation Plan||4 each|
|Present at a Workshop/Idea Exchange||7 each|
|Complete participation in a Faculty Learning Community||10|
|Create an Instructional Fair Poster||10|
|Lead a Spring Symposium Breakout Session||10|
|Teaching Excellence Award Winner||10|
|Teaching Excellence Grant Recipient||15|
The CTE Knights Certificates recognize faculty participation in, and application of, a variety of professional development activities. Certificates are awarded at Spring Symposium in May, and the Leaderboard will reset after that.
The certificates will recognize your participation in a variety of teaching- and learning-related activities and application of sound pedagogical strategies to your classes.
Participating in a professional development opportunity outside of CCRI (e.g. reading a book or scholarly article, attending a conference related to teaching or your field, participating in a webinar on teaching practices) can still earn you points! Just fill out an Implementation Plan on what you learned and how you plan to use it in your classroom for 4 CTE Knights Points.
Questions and opportunities for partnership can be directed to [email protected].
*Leaderboard will be updated shortly after I receive sign-in lists from event organizers.
To make your name and point total invisible, please email [email protected].
Congratulations to the 2023 CTE Knights!
Gold Level Knights
Green Level Knights
Sarah Beseme Johnson