Core of Middle School Career Education

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Teachers and counselors create middle school career education resources, career self assessment tests and tools using the National Career Development Guidelines (NCDG).
Career knowledge, skills, and decision-making processes formulate the NCDG Guidelines.

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Core of Middle School Career Education

  1. 1. Created by Dr. Mary AskewHolland Codes Resource Centerhttp://www.hollandcodes.com © 2002 - 2012
  2. 2.  Teachers and counselors create middle school career education resources, career self assessment tests and tools using the National Career Development Guidelines (NCDG). Career knowledge, skills, and decision- making processes formulate the NCDG Guidelines.
  3. 3.  The NCDG Guidelines framework has three domains, goals, and indicators of mastery under each career development goal.
  4. 4. The three NCDG domains are: Personal Social Development (PS) Educational Achievement and Lifelong Learning (ED) Career Management (CM)
  5. 5. The learning competency stages are: Knowledge Acquisition (K). Youth and adults at the knowledge acquisition stage expand knowledge, awareness and comprehension. They recall, recognize, describe, identify, clarify, discuss, explain, summarize, query, investigate and compile new information about the knowledge. Application (A). Youth and adults at the application stage apply acquired knowledge to situations and to self. They seek out ways to use the knowledge. For example, they demonstrate, employ, perform, illustrate and solve problems related to the knowledge. Reflection (R). Youth and adults at the reflection stage analyze, synthesize, judge, assess and evaluate knowledge in accord with their own goals, values and beliefs. They decide whether or not to integrate the acquired knowledge into their ongoing response to situations and adjusted their behavior accordingly.
  6. 6. An example of the Personal Social Development Domain is: PS1.K2 Identify your abilities, strengths, skills, and talents. PS1.A2 Demonstrate use of your abilities, strengths, skills, and talents. PS1.R2 Assess the impact of your abilities, strengths, skills, and talents on your career development.
  7. 7. More InformationRead the complete article at –• http://www.articlesnatch.com/Article/M iddle-School-Career-Education---The- Bridge-Between-Elementary-School-and- High-School/1456196

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