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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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07/15/2017 in the Educators' Forum
Hello Educators, Over the next two weeks I'll be attending NACAT, ASEIEA and Automechanika presenting a new class I've assembled aimed at better documentation and communication along with iATN and the resource options we provide for schools. Additionally,...
Goal of the Educational Syatem ?
07/14/2017 in the Educators' Forum
Something to ponder.. "The ultimate goal of the educational system is to shift to the individual the burden of pursing his own education." "This will not be a widely shared pursuit until we get over our odd conviction that education is what goes on in sch...
Automotive Technology Program Closing
07/09/2017 in the Educators' Forum
Eastern Florida State College, our former community college, has announced that they're planning to close the Automotive Program. This is a very respectable program that has served our community and our industry well for many years. The plan on record is ...
Generic Bolt ID and Torque Chart
07/08/2017 in the Educators' Forum
I have dropped a Generic Bolt ID and Torque Chart that I use with my students on the forum [Generic Bolt ID and Torque Chart] It is one I have produced and It is free to print, distribute and use to instruct in Bolt identification. IMPORTANT - Before mass...
ATMC Open Discussion with Instructors
07/06/2017 in the Educators' Forum
The Automotive Training Managers Council will host an open discussion with the career and technical education instructors attending the ASE Industry Education Alliance Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. The session is scheduled as a breakfast meetin...

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