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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

Work keys assessments?
11/17/2019 in the Educators Forum
Hi Is anyone using workkey assessments? Appears our State is looking into adopting them Thoughts appreciated Bob.
ATG's ebooks
11/10/2019 in the Educators' Forum
Does any mechanics here have any experience with Automotive Training Group\'s ebooks? Here is the link: [...] [[...]] There are no preview or review. The content overview didn\'t impress me but since they are geared toward professionals, I\'m wonde...
Sub Plans
11/10/2019 in the Educators Forum
Obviously our class is not the conventional class room setting. I had to call off the last few days with a horrible case of laryngitis and bronchitis.... That being said, I had an extremely hard time figuring out what to do with a class that is 3 hours lo...
You Need To Know Something To Learn Something
11/07/2019 in the Educators Forum
Hello, Educators I watched a TV interview with a lady educator a few days ago that addressed our nation's falling reading scores. That hit home a few weeks ago when our local school district reported that our normally exceptional school was suffering a de...
Heating suspension parts to make Alignment adjustments?
11/06/2019 in the Educators Forum
Hi, Heating a tie rod with a torch to make an adjustment; what is your instructional practice and how do you support the method? Regards Bob [...].

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