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California teachers designed UCCI's innovative courses, which integrate A-G academic work with Career Technical Education (CTE), to help students prepare for college while they explore potential career paths. UCCI courses meet A-G course requirements for freshman admission to UC and CSU campuses, making them valuable components of schools' CTE and/or Linked Learning pathways.
UCCI Courses by CTE Industry Sector
- Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Arts, Media, and Entertainment
- Building and Construction Trades
- Education, Child Development, and Family Services
- Energy, Environment, and Utilities
- Engineering and Architecture
- Fashion and Interior Design
- Health Science and Medical Technology
- Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
- Information and Communication Technologies
- Manufacturing and Product Development
- Marketing, Sales, and Services
- Public Services
Displaying Agriculture and Natural Resources
Subject Area B - English
Subject Area C - Mathematics
Subject Area D - Science
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From Our UCCI Participants:
"I have students far more engaged in this geometry class [UCCI course Geometry + Computer Visualization/ Simulation] than any other I have taught in 17 years. Their average is higher than my other classes, and they enjoy the class as well. Students LIKE MATH!!!"
Jeramie OliveiraMath Teacher at Simi Valley High School
"This UCCI Institute made me reflect on my own teaching process, while pushing me out of my comfort zone to create something with others that I could not have created on my own."
Lindsay SchubertHistory Teacher at Los Gatos High School
"I've gained more from this institute in regards to curriculum development than any other program I've been associated with in my 12 years of teaching."
Aaron LemosParticipant at the Spring 2013 UCCI Institute