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Minuteman design teacher receives tech-ed award

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Allison Barry, a design and visual communications teacher at Minuteman High School, is the winner of the 2020 Carl J. Schaefer Memorial CTE Teacher Award from NOCTI, a national leader in providing industry partner certifications and industry-based credentials for career and technical-education programs.

The award was established in 2013 to honor Dr. Carl J. Schaefer. As a lifelong champion in career and technical education (CTE), he gained national recognition as a CTE educator and author. He was also one of NOCTI’s founders.

This memorial award is a tribute to Schaefer’s memory and recognizes an outstanding CTE teacher or CTE teacher candidate. Allison received a personalized award and $500 to be used toward tuition, room and board, books or any other educational-related expense.

Criteria for the award include an application describing personal goals, work experience, awards/honors received, professional memberships, and leadership and community service activities.

For the past five years, Allison has served as a design and visual communications instructor at Minuteman. She also serves as Minuteman’s social media/digital media coordinator and recently as an alumni liaison. In her spare time, she is pursuing a master’s degree in Occupational Education. Barry’s industry experience and willingness to use different methods of teaching to ensure the success of her students is commendable.

Nominating Barry, Kathleen Bouchard, director of CTE at Minuteman, said in a Dec. 11 news release: “Barry impressed me with her enthusiasm and her genuine desire to meet each and every student’s unique learning needs in her classroom. Allison consistently displays her passion of design and visual communication not just within her classroom but also throughout the school. The students in her program share her passion and leave Minuteman prepared for their future careers.”

NOCTI calls itself the nation's largest provider of industry-partner certifications and industry-based credentials for career and technical education programs. NOCTI provides solutions for assessing both student and teacher competence and provides detailed information that can be used for data-driven instructional improvement as well as to meet regulatory requirements. Nocti Business Solutions tailors performance assessments for each client's needs, helping them meet their goals through pre-employment testing, performance assessment, prior learning assessment and customized job-skills assessment.


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This news announcement was published Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020.

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