ExplorNet is a curriculum and professional development consultant and provider that harnesses expertise of industry and educational professionals to develop some of America's strongest Career and Technical Education programs. We currently serve over 160 public, private and charter schools, LEAs, state associations, colleges and universities in four states.
Active classroom teachers create ExplorNet processes for active classroom teachers so that students develop real world skills that prepare them for workforce or further education. ExplorNet teams develop:
These tools and ongoing support help teachers master content and employ proven instructional strategies to engage and help students develop real world skills that prepare them for the workforce or further education. A brief description of our programs and processes, as well as a link to get more information, is included below. If you have any questions, please contact .
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Based on the North Carolina Adobe Academy, the courses are designed to prepare students for the Adobe certifications in five industry-recognized programs.
The curriculum includes presentations, activities, glossaries, and test questions to assist teachers in teaching the knowledge and skills students need to succeed in a digital workplace.
The Computer Engineering Technology (CET) curriculum prepares students for entry-level positions in the Information Technology Industry. During the class, students will build, upgrade, troubleshoot, repair and maintain computers while preparing for and earning CompTIA's Strata and/or A+ certification and the Microsoft Technology Associate certifications in Operating Systems, Networking and Security fundamentals.
The Digital Media (DM) curriculum provided by ExplorNet is designed to develop knowledge and skill in all areas of creative digital design, including graphic design, animation development, audio and video production, and web design. Students will learn knowledge and skill and allow them to obtain up to five industry-recognized Adobe certifications in order to succeed in the digital workplace.
This curriculum development project was initiated in early September, 2014. ExplorNet facilitates the work of the statewide curriculum team which is generating the course frameworks, prototype assessment items, curricular resources, and other components of a complete and accessible curriculum. The curriculum will pilot during the 2015-16 school year with at least four public schools in Arkansas, and then expand and grow into the first statewide curriculum on Unmanned Aerial Systems in the United States.