Career Development

 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Standard A:

Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge

of self and to make informed career decisions.

Students will: K-3

4-6

7-8

9-12

Career Readiness

Perform a variety of assigned classroom jobs and explain, orally or in writing, the connection to being a responsible citizen.

-Extended response

-Performance-based (observation)

Formative

Display the skills needed to interact and work cooperatively in teams with adult support.

Explain the relationship between school-related skills of problem-solving, cooperation and communication to work readiness skills.

-Performance-based (observations, self and teacher assessments)

Formative

Career Readiness

Perform a variety of assigned classroom jobs and explain, orally or in writing, the connection to being a responsible citizen in and out of school.

-Extended response (DBQ with self reflection)

-Performance-based (observation)

Formative

Demonstrate the skills needed to interact and work cooperatively in teams.

Refine, apply and self assess employability skills in and out of school.

-Performance-based (observations, self and teacher assessments, school-sponsored community service)

Formative

Career Readiness

Participate in a variety of roles in the classroom, school and community in order to increase awareness of the various skills needed in the workplace.

Identify and employ interpersonal skills in order to be a productive team member.

Synthesize employability and job readiness skills in and out of school.

-Constructed response(Bridges)

-Performance-based (observations, 4-year plan, Service Learning, unit tests, report cards and attendance reports with student reflection, extracurricular participation)

-Extended response- (career projects/reports/ portfolio)

Formative/Summative

Identify the education and training necessary to achieve various career goals.

-Constructed response(Bridges)

-Performance- based(observations, 4-year plan, Service Learning opportunities, role-playing situations, unit tests, report cards and attendance reports with student reflection, extracurricular

Career Readiness

Participate in a variety of roles in the classroom, school and community and transfer these skills to current and future work experiences.

-Constructed response (oral discussions)

-Performance-based (observation, simulation, checklist (i.e. career connections with employer evaluation)

-Extended response (portfolio-Bridges software inventories)

Formative/Summative

Identify and employ interpersonal skills to be a productive member of society.

Synthesize employability and job readiness skills in internship, mentoring, shadowing, and/or other work experience.

-Performance-based (observations, checklist [ex. career connections with employer evaluation])

Summative

Select and participate in challenging coursework and activities that will maximize and expand post

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