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Welcome to My Course Home Page!!


Hi, I'm Geof Duncan the Career Academy Coordinator and STEM Technology Facilitator for Knightdale High School. As part of the Knightdale High School Culture of Consistency all KHS teachers will maintain a PBworks workspace for the classes they teach. This site lists the courses that I am teaching for the 2012-2013 school year and all pertinent assignments and information.


Please contact me with any questions or comments about any of the courses I teach:

Geof C. Duncan

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Advanced Studies


This culminating, career-focused course for seniors in a CTE program area includes a research paper, product, and presentation. Emphasis is on students demonstrating student abilities to use content and apply knowledge to real-world situations. Skills in leadership, writing, speaking, problem solving, mathematics, and science are reinforced in this course. It is important to connect work-based learning such as internship, apprenticeship, and cooperative education to this course. Students work under the guidance of a teacher-facilitator in collaboration with community members, business representatives, and other school-based personnel.

KAES Career Academy Internship


An internship is an experience where a high school student learns by taking on a responsible role as a worker in a company or organization and then observing and reflecting on what happened while they were in the workplace. The KAES Career Academy Internship Program is a supplement to formal classroom instruction. Its intent is to significantly add to the vitality of the instructional program and to impact the courses that a student has taken or will take.



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