2.01 Career Management

an official document that gives proof and details of something such as personal status, educational achievements, ownership, or authenticity
TEACH format
a. Think: What will this chapter be about? What do I need to learn from this chapter?
b. Explain: Decide what you already know about the chapter.
c. Ask: Who? What? Where? When? Why?
d. Clues: Title, Key words, Headings, Illustrations
e. Hand write chapter highlights: Definitions, formulas and main concepts
easy to understand
using as few words as possible to give the necessary information, or compressed in order to be brief
able to persuade somebody to believe that something is true or to act
to read the text and mark corrections to be made
Active listening
the practice of paying close attention to a speaker and asking questions to ensure full comprehension
a comparison between two things that are similar in some way, often used to help explain something or make it easier to understand
Career cluster
provide students with a context for studying traditional academics and learning the skills specific to a career, and provide U.S. schools with a structure for organizing or restructuring curriculum offerings and focusing class make-up by a common theme such as interest.
Dual enrollment
involves students being enrolled in two separate, academically related institutions. Generally, it refers to high school students taking college courses.
AP courses
advanced placement, college courses taken in high school
IB courses
International baccalaureate, offering internationally recognized courses
Cooperative education
a school program that allows students to receive academic credit for career work in the student’s field of interest done outside the school
a type of work experience for entry-level job-seekers
One bound by legal agreement to work for another for a specific amount of time in return for instruction in a trade, art, or business
Extra-curricular activities
fall outside the realm of the normal curriculum of school or university education, performed by students. Such activities are generally voluntary, mandatory, non-paying, social, philanthropic as opposed to scholastic, and often involve others of the same age.
an official document showing the educational work of a student in a school or college
Interpersonal skills
concerning or involving relationships between people
what are the impact on educational options?
1. High School
2.Post Secondary
Correlation to career goals
1. Coursework to meet educational requirement.
2. Elective course of study.
3. Workplace certification available in high school.
4. Financial relationship
5. Post-secondary requirement
6. Workplace requirement
Thinking Skills
1. Creating
3. Problem solving
4. Reasoning
Basic Skills
1. Reading
2. Writing
3. Math
4. Speaking
5. Listening
Workplace Competencies
1. Resources
2. Interpersonal Skills
3. Information
4. System
5. Technology
Transition Into The Workplace
Transcript impact certifications work-base learning experiences.
Military Options
1. Course grade and GPA.
3. Strategies for success.
Work During Post-secondary Education
1. Impact of educational achievement and performance.
2. Strategies for success.
Impact of Educational Achievement and Performance
1. Course performance
3. Work Keys
4. Certifications
5. Other Assessment
Personal Attitudes and Behaviors Impact Educational Achievement and Performance
a. Self-Observation
b. Knowledge of oneself
c. Accept who are you.
d. Set informal learning experiences.
Develop Personal Learning Plan to Improve Educational Achievement
1. Assess learning processes.
2. Identify strategic goals reflecting education and career expectations.
Work-base learning options
1. Cooperative education
2. Internship
3. Apprenticeship
4.School-base enterprise
Utilization of Learning Style Information to Improve Educational Achievement and Attainment
a. Personal learning style to improve educational achievement .
b. Working with others to increase educational understanding.
Review Educational Planning Processess
1. 4-year plan
2. Courses of study
3. Career Clusters
4. CTE concentration requirement
5. Dual Enrollment opportunities
6. AP/B course
Note Taking Straegies
1. Listen carefully
2. Write legibly
3. Follow the presenter
4. Organize notes
5. Review Notes
Memory Strategies
1. Employ Listening and concentration skills.
2. Repeat verbally or in writing
3. Associate material with the familiar ( analogies )
4. Employ mnemonic devices
Concentration Strategies
1. Avoid distraction/stay focused
2. Concentrate on the task
3. Study effectively
4. Take breaks
Listening Strategies
1. Stop talking
2. Practice active listening
3. Focus on presenter
Learning Resources
1. Books
2.Computer and on-line resources
3. Mentors/Tutors
Test Preparation Strategies
1. Develop a plan of action
2.Study Processes
3. Sleep and health impacts
Reading Comprehension Strategies
1. Scan the material
2. Use the teach format
Writing Strategies
1. Write legibly
2. Remember the three C’s: Clear.Concise.Convincing
3. Write simply in an understandable format
4. Proof read your work.