This resource describes the ACIP Decison Making Method. This a simple science-based way to make a good decision. The four essential steps in decision making are explored. ACIP = Alternatives Consequences Information Plans
This resource provides a PowerPoint presentation and work sheets to introduce students to workplace terminology and career paths. Students will learn that technology and health service will lead the way and be amongst the fastest growing occupations.
In this resource, students will play a game (adapted from Who Wants to be a Millionaire) complete with music, as a review of careers found in the five pathways of health care. A worksheet with information about the five healthcare pathways is provided. Relevant web site links are included.
In this interactive activity, students will be able to compare up to four occupations.Students will be able to see the occupation obligations, salary and education requrements.
Students will gain an understanding of the roles and interests of stakeholders in Australia and learn about their impact on the economy and environment throughout Australia.
Students will explore their own multiple intelligences and consider how these talents could be used in a future career.
This resource challenges students to focus and strategize to find the hidden labor related vocabulary words in this interactive word search puzzle. Words disappear from the list once they are located and students can click on a word from the list to locate it if they are stumped. Attention to detail and strategizing are the skills practiced.
This resource requires students to test their engineering skills and try to match the right bridge to the right location.
In this resource, students will learn there are many jobs available in the IT industry. Students will understand that IT careers cover many different interests and abilities.
In this resource students will learn about marketing and explore marketing concepts. They will utilize computer software and digital media to complete the project. They will learn about the four Ps of marketing (product, pricing, promotion, and place).
Organizing career information can be a challenge. Watch this program to gain perspective on career choices and linking them to personality types in order to find a satisfying career.
This resource is an introduction for students to pathways, careers and skills related to childcare and family. Power points with definitions and a student evaluation form for the unit are included.
This resource is an introduction to pathways, skills and careers related to clothing and textiles. There is also an evaluation for the end of the unit.
This learning style inventory provides students an opportunity to determine how they learn best.
- Career Development
- Material Type:
- Oklahoma Department of Vocational and Technical Education
- Oklahoma State Department of Vocational and Technical Education
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In this game, students will become familiar with careers related to agriculture. Students will also match careers with definition of jobs.
In this lesson, students can use their desktop publishing skiills to showcase information about a selected profession is to make a career brochure.
- Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
- Career Development
- Material Type:
- Bright Hub Education
- Kellie Hayden
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In this resource students are asked, "What are you interested in?" A variety of subjects are listed for them to select and a menu of associated careers in order for students to make connections between their interests and employment opportunities. Once a students clicks on their career choice the Occupational Outlook Handbook page for that occupation appears providing them with details about pay, education requirements, number of jobs, etc.
Career Navigator is a simple exercise. It is designed to let student know more about themselves such as their likes and dislikes, and creates a list of occupations that match their preferences. It doesnâ€™t tell them what they should be. Instead, Career Navigator locates occupations that match the factors they regard as important.
This resource provides an overview of different types of careers for music lovers. The first section profiles several occupations that involve music. The second section describes how you can prepare for a music-related career. The third section details some of the highs and lows of working in music. Employment, wages, and outlook are also reviewed.
This resource challenges students to investigate a variety of healthcare careers related to therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biomedical research and development pathways. Students will use a variety of research techniques to explore job descriptions, education, costs, salary, etc. This information will assist students in creating a career plan.
This is an 80 page booklet from the College Application Camp we had at Olympic High School in 2016. It inlcudes lots of college admissions information.
In the spring, 8th grade students are already choosing a track for high school. This is a big decision and it's easier to make when you have created goals for your future. Secondary education is important whether you choose to attend a community college, technical institute, or 4-year university. This unit allows students to explore their future career and evaluate which type of secondary education is the best fit for them. The products leading up the the college fair (interviews, essay, quizzes, etc.) help them make informed decisions.
This interactive crossword puzzle challenges students to recognize and/or identify vocabulary words associated with the workplace.
NOTE: This project was designed for an AVID course. The platform did not allow that selection, which is why it is tied to Career Development. Open the resource to see the specific AVID standards taught and assessed through the unit.
Since students were little they have been asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Too often the answers are limited to the careers of parents or the professionals with whom the student has had some kind of contact: in essence, the standard response of doctor, lawyer, police officer.
This project was designed to assist students in identifying skill sets and interests and then understanding their relationships to careers and career clusters.
Using technology, students take interest surveys and explore both broad career clusters and specific careers. From their research they create career infographics for presentation and display within the school.
This resource provides an illustration of an employability framework that is interactive. The framework is comprised of nine key skills, organized in three broad categories: applied knowledge, effective relationships, and workplace skills. Students can click on pieces of the framework to learn more about the skills required for employment.
This resource provides information about the importance of developing effective relationships in the workplace. Interpersonal skills and personal qualities are reviewed.
This resource provides a source matrix that compares the employability skills identified by a sample of national and state standards and assessments used to develop the Employability Framework.
This resource offers a employability skills resource toolkit that reviews why these skills matter and teaching resources that can be adapted for younger students. Some of the modules include integrity and professionalism, communications, entrepreneurship, and adaptability and lifelong learning.
Students will be able to shadow an adult for some or all of a work day to observe not only job characteristics and responsibilities, but also what each job requires on a day-to-day basis.
Students will research and identify a variety of sources to obtain information about occupations.