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The IVE League, the foundation for Integrated Vocational Education (IVE), is a federally registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization. Its major emphasis is curriculum development which blends academic education and career or vocational training into thematic learning units for presentation to the same students, in the same classrooms, at the same time. As an adjunct activity, The IVE League also provides internet-based fundraising services (including specialized fund management) to traditional schools, charter schools, and other registered community-based nonprofit organizations.
The IVE League
A Nonprofit, Public-benefit Corporation Dedicated to
Developing Education for the Third Millennium
The IVE League, the foundation for Integrated Vocational Education (IVE), is a federally registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization. Its major emphasis is curriculum development which blends academic education and career or vocational training into thematic learning units for presentation to the same students, in the same classrooms, at the same time. As an adjunct activity, The IVE League also provides internet-based fundraising services (including specialized fund management) to traditional schools, charter schools, and other registered community-based nonprofit organizations.
Instructional Activities, Materials, and Supplies
for Traditional Schools, Charter Schools, and Home Schooling Families

Knowledge is the material from which we construct a brighter future
IVE DISCIPLINE AND SUBJECT LISTS
SPECIAL NOTE: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN A DETAILED COURSE SYLLABUS!
Although many of the subject areas and classes contained in the following list may be formatted and presented at a career or professional level, none is presented, available, or eligible  for accreditation (academic credit hours or units) at this time. In many cases, the subject may be represented by papers or lessons written by students. Their primary purpose is to provide classified and organized information for personal development or to provide supplementary instruction within the specified subject area(s).

OF SPECIAL INTEREST The Teachers' Reference Section (Coming in Early 2007): Resources and information for
Parents, Classroom Teachers, and Charter School Education Coordinators.

CATEGORY
BROAD SUBJECT CONTENT

ACADEMICS
(General Education)


AC-1000 Anthropology
AC-1500 Psychology and Human Development

AC-2000 Archeology
AC-5000 Politics and Political Science
AC-5100 The American Experiment: "The Melting Pot."
AC-5100 American Law and Governance
(The U.S. Constitution and Government Systems.)
AC-5200 Living in Modern Societies--Community, Nation, and World.
AC-5500 American Labor: It's History and Social Identity
AC-6000 Philosophy
AC-6600 Cultures, Heritage, and Social Diversity
AC-6700 Ethnicity and Comparative Religion

THE ARTS

AR-1000 Art, Painting, and Sculpture
AR-1100 Pottery and Ceramics
AR-2000 "The" Theatre: Drama and the Performing Arts
AR-3000 Drawing, Design and Manufacturing
AR-4000 Graphic Arts and Printing
AR-5000 Mechanical Drawing and Technical Illustration
AR-6000 Music
AR-7000 Photography, Cinematography, and Videography

BUSINESS EDUCATION

BZ-1000 American Small Business - Entrepreneurial Guides.
     BZ-1000-AA General Business Operations and Communications (21 December 2006)
     BZ-1000-AA 16-week Syllabus and Schedule for BZ-1000-AA
BZ-1010 Business Law for the Small Business.
BZ-1020 Small Business Administration and Management.
BZ-1030 Small Business Recordskeeping.
BZ-1040 Salesmanship and Marketing.
BZ-1050 Preparing a Business Plan.
BZ-1060 Commercial Facilities Planning.
BZ-1500 Advertising and Public Relations
BZ-2000 Business Administration.
BZ-2010 Elements of Business Law.
BZ-2100 General Business Administration and Management.
BZ-2900 International Business and Trade.
BZ-9000 Small Business Start-up Manuals.
BZ-9500 Standard Business Documents and Form
s

CAREERS

CE-1000 Architecture, Building Design, and Construction.
CE-1010 Surveying.
CE-1010 Cartography.
CE-1100 Structural Engineering.
CE-1500 Building Trades.
CE-1510 Foundations: Concrete and Stone.
CE-1520 Carpentry and Woodworking.
CE-1530 Electricity and Electronics.
CE-1540 Home Repair.
CE-1550 Landscape Design and Management.
CE-1560 Masonry.
CE-1570 Pipefitting and Plumbing.
CE-2000 Metals Engineering and Metalworking.
CE-3000 Mechanical Arts and Sciences (Academic).
CE-3100 Aviation and Aerospace Design and Mechanics.
CE-3200 Automotive Design and Mechanics.
CE-3300 Marine Vessel Design and Mechanics.
CE-5000 Societal Infrastructure.
CE-5010 Community and Neighborhood Planning.
CE-5050 Transportation, Planning, and Traffic Safety.
CE-5100 Industrial Traffic Managemen
t

COMMUNICATIONS

CA-1000 Communications
CA-2000 Public Information and Public Relation
s

COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING

SL-1000 Community Safety
SL-2000 Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement
SL-3000 Firemanship
SL-4000 Health and Human Services.
SL-9000 Organized to Serve the Worl
d

COMPUTERS

CS-0100 Technology Applications Frameworks
CS-0500 Computer Fundamentals
CS-1000 Computer Electronics
CS-2000 Applications
CS-3000 Structured Systems Analysis
CS-4000 Programming
CS-5000 Networkin
g

EDUCATION

ED-1000 Scholarship (Learning Skills Development).
ED-4000 Teacher Educatio
n (Pre-credential and Credential Level)
ED-5000 Teacher Educatio
n (Curriculum Planning and Analysis Level)
ED-6000 Teacher Education (Leadership and Administration Level)

COMMERCIAL AND PERSONAL FINANCE

FI-1000 Micro- and Macro-economics
FI-2000 Investing
FI-5000 Personal Financial Managemen
t

HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

HE-1000 Personal Health Management
HE-2000 Health
HE-2010 Chiropractic
GE-2030 Dentistry
HE-2050 Medicine
HE-3000 Health, Safety, and Wellness.
HE-3100 Infant Health, Safety, and Wellness.
HE-3200 Child Health, Safety, and Wellness.
HE-3300 Adolescent Health, Safety, and Wellness.
HE-3400 Adult Health, Safety, and Wellness.
HE-3500 Seniors Health, Safety, and Wellness.
HE-4000 Physical Education and Sports.
HE-6000 Emergency Preparedness.
HE-7000 Disabilities: Causes, Effects, Prevention, Social Impact
s.

HOBBIES, LEISURE AND RECREATION

HO-1000 Tourism and Travel
HO-2000 Aerospace and Aviation
HO-3000 Boats and Boating, Water Safety
HO-4000 Collectibles: Cards, Coins, Money, Stamps, etc'
HO-5000 Family, Genealogy, and Heritage
HO-6000 Navigation and Orienteering
HO-7000 Railroading: Models, Layouts, and Histories
HO-8000 Scale Models: Designing and Buildin
g

SELF-IMPROVEMENT AND MOTIVATION

IM-1000 Powers
IM-2000 Attitude Formation and Modification
IM-3000 Imag
e

JOURNALISM AND GENEALOGY

JO-1000 Community Journalism
JO-2000 Mass Media Journalism
JO-3000 Photojournalism
JO-9000 Visual and Oral History

LANGUAGE ARTS AND WRITING SKILLS

LA-1000 Academic Writing
LA-1100 Acquisition of a Second Language

LA-1500 Creative, Technical, and Business Writing
LA-2000 Basic English Language Skills
LA-3000 ESL / EFL / TESOL

READING SKILLS
AND LITERATURE

LI-1000 Literature, Analysis and Interpretation
LI-1100 Literature: The Genre

MATHEMATICS

MA-1000 Mathematics Overview: Applications and Theories
MA-1001 Basic Mathematics (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Decimals)
MA-2000 Algebra I and II
MA-3000 Algebra III and IV (Advanced Algebra)
MA-4000 Geometry
MA-5000 Trigonometry
MA-9000 Math Tutoring Services

SCIENCE

SC-1000 Agriculture - A Growing Interest
SC-2000 Animal Science (Zoology)
SC-2100 Animal Husbandry
SC-2200 B-ing Natural (Bees, Birds, and Bugs)
SC-2300 Insects
SC-2400 Pets and Pet Care
SC-2500 Reptiles and Amphibians
SC-3000 Astronomy
SC-4000 Atomic Energy (Nuclear Science)
SC-5000 Botany (Studying Plants)
SC-6000 Chemistry
SC-7000 Earth Sciences
SC-7100 Energy
SC-7200 Environmental Science
SC-7300 Forestry
SC-7400 Geology
SC-7500 Ocean Sciences
SC-7600 Meteorology, Climate, and Weather.
SC-7700 Nature
SC-7800 Pioneering and Exploration
SC-7900 Wilderness: Preservation and Survival
SC-8000 Physics
SC-9000 General Science
e

SKILLS FOR LIVING

LS-1000 Consumer Intelligence
LS-2000 Home and Family
LS-3000 Personal Finance and Cash Flow Management
LS-4000 Cooking; Nutrition and Health

SOCIAL STUDIES

Economics, Geography, International Political and Social Systems,
U. S. Government, U.S. History, World History

SO-1100 History of the Ancient World
SO-1200 World History 476-1200
SO-1300 World History 1200-1500
SO-1400 World History 1500-1914
SO-1500 History of the Americas 1000-1850
SO-1510 Prehistoric Native America
SO-1510 Pre-Columbian Native America
SO-1510 Native America: 1500-1900
SO-1600 World History 1900-1950
SO-1700 History of the Americas: 1900-1950
SO-1710 United States Political History: 1600-2001
SO-1800 World History: 1950-Present
SO-1900 History of the Americas: 1950-Present



INTERNAL / ASSOCIATED PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES
LITERACY
EDUCATION PROGRAMS
AND SUPPORT MATERIALS
TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
FUNDRAISING
COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS
Children's Books
The IVE League's
Gift of Learning Program
Rita Wirtz'
Reading Champs
Rita Wirtz'
Reading Champs
IVE Boutiques ... FREE
Fundraising for Nonprofits
Tom Koziol's
Cashclique.com
Usborne Books Regina Books
Inklynx
Printing and Graphic Services
or ezgiving.us











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Copyright 2005,2006,2007 - Donald E. Werve, Jr., M.Ed. and The IVE League, Incorporated. All Rights Reserved. ALL program concepts and implementations are the intellectual and creative property of The IVE League, Incorporated. Requests for information regarding this site and this copyright should be addressed in writing to:

The IVE League
P. O. Box 621706
Orangevale CA 95662-1706 USA
(916) 725-8858

The IVE League, the foundation for Integrated Vocational Education (IVE), is a federally registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization. Its major emphasis is curriculum development which blends academic education and career or vocational training into thematic learning units for presentation to the same students, in the same classrooms, at the same time. As an adjunct activity, The IVE League also provides internet-based fundraising services (including specialized fund management) to traditional schools, charter schools, and other registered community-based nonprofit organizations. Support is provided by financial contributions of individuals and companies interested in seeing public education provide both career and academic preparation as integrated components of its core curriculum.
Contributions made specifically  to The IVE League are tax deductible.