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Drawing from an example in California, this session presents a systems approach to work-based learning with a focus on how to engage stakeholders on different levels (sate, regional, district and ...

Drawing from an example in California, this session presents a systems approach to work-based learning with a focus on how to engage stakeholders on different levels (sate, regional, district and site). Gain a better understanding of the need for benefits of a work-based learning system review. Participants will develop concrete action plans to improve work-based learning on at least one level.

Presenters: Lois Ann Porter, National Academy Foundation
Randy Wallace, National Academy Foundation

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    Engaging Everyone in Work-Based Learning Engaging Everyone in Work-Based Learning Presentation Transcript

    • Engaging EVERYONE in Work-Based Learning Lois Ann Porter & Randy Wallace
    • #nafnext Introductions/Expectations I’ll be really happy with this session if I leave with…
    • #nafnext Work-Based Learning Defined • Instructional strategy • Interaction with industry or community professionals. • Broad range of sequenced experiences
    • #nafnext Work-Based Learning Defined
    • #nafnext Work-Based Learning Defined What distinguishes WBL from more traditional classroom or school-based learning?
    • #nafnext
    • #nafnext
    • #nafnext Getting Started • What is your WBL imperative? • Who “owns” the imperative? • How well has the imperative been communicated? • How deeply has it been embraced? • How will the work be staffed/funded?
    • #nafnext Getting Started (continued) • Identify current WBL activity
    • #nafnext Getting Started (continued) • Determine the WBL needs  Sequence  How many of each?  Calendar • Gap analysis
    • #nafnext Getting Started (continued) Now what?
    • #nafnext Engaging Stakeholders • State • Region • District • Sector • Site
    • #nafnext Engaging Stakeholders • State • Regional • District • Sector • Site
    • #nafnext Engaging Stakeholders • State • Regional • District • Sector • Site
    • #nafnext Engaging Stakeholders • State • Regional • District • Sector • Site
    • #nafnext Engaging Stakeholders • State • Regional • District • Sector • Site
    • #nafnext Engaging Stakeholders • State • Regional • District • Sector • Site
    • #nafnext Tools for Engaging Stakeholders • WBL Planning Tool • WBL Inventory • Marketing Materials • www.naf.org/wblguide • connectedcalifornia.org • linkedlearning.org
    • #nafnext Additional WBL Workshops at NAF Next • Creating Systemic Change with WBL  Thursday 8:30 • Using Data to Increase & Improve WBL  Thursday 10:15 • How is it Going in your District? Collecting & Using Data to Plan Your WBL Program  Thursday 2:15
    • #nafnext Randy Wallace Sr. Vice President Strategic Advantage VisionLink, Inc. porter@visionlink.org Lois Ann Porter Project Director Tulare County Office of Education randyw@tcoe.org