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Dr. Wiley White » Career

Career

 

 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT IN THE CLASSROOM – A MESSAGE TO STUDENTS:

 

What do you want to do after high school?  Research shows that students with goals and plans do better in school, and they are more likely to graduate and succeed.  One way you can plan for your future success is by using the Career Plan.  The Career Plan helps you look at who you are and who you are becoming, then it assists you in identifying school, career, and life goals and routes to achieving these goals.

 

The Student Will:

 

  1. Become familiar with the school’s career development program
  2. Set up a career portfolio
  3. Complete and save results of a career cluster or interest inventory
  4. Explore occupations and occupational clusters
  5. Explore skills, accomplishments, and interest
  6. Conduct a job shadow
  7. Practice decision-making
  8. Develop an action plan and cursory career plan
  9. Examine personal skills and soft skills for success
  10. 8th graders will learn high school graduation requirements
  11. 8th graders will create a course plan for high school (IGP)

 

 

Enjoy using the Career Plan and planning your successful future!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessment Plan:

Course Evaluation

Evaluation Criteria

Percentage Value

Daily Participation

20

Homework

20

Quiz

15

Test

30

Project

15

Total

100

 

The following scale will be used in assessing the student’s knowledge and skills during the semester.

Grading Scale

90-100= A      89-80= B                   79-70= C              69-60= D    59-Below= F