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Publications, posters, and other free resources to download


Build-a-bridge-previewAll posters are 18"X24" unless otherwise indicated. To print on smaller paper, choose the "fit" option from your print menu.

Websites, Apps, and More

2016 Web Book coverUpdated for 2016! The 9th edition of our web book (previously called Best of the Web) includes apps for both instructors and students that enhance the classroom experience, offer avenues for professional development, and assist instructors with student engagement and enhancement activities. This edition includes resources for CareerTech Student Organizations; Teaching, Advising & Career Information; Creativity; and Digital Tools, as well as websites for each career cluster.

Websites, Apps, and More


Suggested Resources

  • Suggested resourcesNEW! Cultural Awareness - This supplement, which was developed for our Law Enforcement I curriculum but can be used in any area, includes information and activities to help promote awareness of different cultures.
  • Leadership Guide: Quotations for Leaders and Thinkers  - 100 quotes for uses in presentations and other communications, or simply for personal reflection
  • Soft Skills - A list of resources to help build skills in communication, teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving, leadership, interpersonal relationships, and professionalism, among others
  • Technology and Social Media - Resources to help you fully take advantage of the appropriate social media tools and the opportunity to improve student learning and benefit the bottom line
  • Leadership - Resources for current leaders and those who wish to become leaders in their field
  • Creativity - A list of resources to help nurture, strengthen, and support creativity

Career Focus: After Military Service

Military Career Focus cover - 2016This guide was developed for veterans who are leaving the military and transitioning to a civilian career, and walks veterans through five steps in making this transition: Self-assessment, exploring career interests and options, filling a skills gap, finding and applying for a job, and managing the career transition.

Career Focus: After Military Service


Special Education Paraprofessional Workbook Resources

special-ed-parapro-coverSpecial Education Paraprofessional: Facilitator Guide
NOTE: This file does not always display properly when viewed in a browser. For best results, please download it to your hard drive and open in Acrobat Reader.


  1. Legal Foundations of Special Education
  2. Responsibilities and Ethics
  3. IEP Participation
  4. Disability Awareness and Instructional Strategies
  5. Communication and Interaction Strategies
  6. Behavior Strategies, Progress Monitoring and Data Collection


Tips and Techniques

Oklahoma's CareerTech System

Student Journal

Students can download this PDF calendar/journal and fill it out online. It includes handy resources such as measurement conversions, laundry and cooking tips, and converting military to standard time.

Student Journal

Other Resources

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