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Automotive Educators' Forum

Professional automotive forum for educators and instructors in the automotive industry to network with each other, discuss lesson plans, training ideas, strategies and best practices, and everything else that happens in the educational/training/vocational environment. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive Educators' Forum

engines for run stands
12/07/2018 in the Educators Forum
We do a lot of live work, so I have my students do some head gaskets, timing belts, and some engine overhauls. My problem is between the students just being slower at work, needing to cover more info in lecture, and the complexity of newer cars, I am havi...
Active reading
12/04/2018 in the Educators Forum
Worth a skim and sharing with those in guidance.....
Gates T4S Webinar on 2019 Scholarships
11/30/2018 in the Educators Forum
Good afternoon! This is for secondary/ post-secondary instructors and their students. As the 2018 season begins to wear down we want to prepare your students for the future. If your students are interested in obtaining scholarships to help them defray the...
Autel updates
11/14/2018 in the Educators Forum
Hey fellow Autel users! At our school, Autel has become our "generic" scantool of choice. We have some OEMs, some Snappys, and others, but it's hard to beat Autel for price, user friendliness, and coverage. (Although there a times I want to throw it throu...
New High School Instructor
11/11/2018 in the Educators Forum
I took on a new position as a high school instructor officially on Tuesday, after 15 years in the field as a tech. This last week was mostly flying by the seat of my pants. After spending most of the week cleaning the shop, organizing tools, figuring out ...

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