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My learning experiences in Wilkes' Instructional Media Program.

My learning experiences in Wilkes' Instructional Media Program.

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  • This slide explains the purpose of this presentation and lesson.Skip ahead to the last slide to show the students a preview of the culminating activity.
  • This slide explains the PA Career Education and Work Standards addressed in this presentation.Explain to the students the goals of career education and why each of the items above are important.
  • This slide shows the 5 careers highlighted within this presentation. Explain to the students that they can click on the Info buttons to view any of the videos in any order.
  • This slide shows the video of the aerospace engineer career choice. At this point students can just browse the videos in any order.
  • This slide accompanies the preview slide to give further information on the particular career choice. Encourage students to view this information carefully and to view suggested link.
  • This slide shows the video of the fashion designer career choice. At this point students can just browse the videos in any order.
  • This slide accompanies the preview slide to give further information on the particular career choice. Encourage students to view this information carefully and to view suggested link.
  • This slide shows the video of the CEO career choice. At this point students can just browse the videos in any order.
  • This slide accompanies the preview slide to give further information on the particular career choice. Encourage students to view this information carefully and to view suggested link.
  • This slide shows the video of veterinarian career choice. At this point students can just browse the videos in any order.
  • This slide accompanies the preview slide to give further information on the particular career choice. Encourage students to view this information carefully and to view suggested link.
  • This slide shows the video of the environmental technician career choice. At this point students can just browse the videos in any order.
  • This slide accompanies the preview slide to give further information on the particular career choice. Encourage students to view this information carefully and to view suggested link.
  • Please read this to students in the initial PowerPoint that you show to the students (preferably after the first slide – then go back to the first slide by clicking the button above).Explain the writing assignment.

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  • Wilkes University
  • EDIM 508 By the end of this presentation, students should understand 5 different occupations (including what they do, salary and education required) and choose one that they think they might like. Click to sun to go to the activity slide
  •  13.1 – Career Awareness & Preparation -A. Relate careers to individual interests, abilities, and aptitudes. -B. Relate careers to personal interests, abilities and aptitudes. -F. Analyze the relationship between career choices and career preparation opportunities
  •  In this presentation, 5 career choices are highlighted: 1. Aerospace engineer 2. Fashion designer 3. CEO 4. Veterinarian 5. Environmental Technician  View each video and text information about each career, and at the end of this presentation you will select one occupation you think sounds interesting.
  • Aerospace Engineer Fashion Designer Environmental Technician Veterinaria n
  •  Education: Degree in aerospace engineering or aeronautics engineering. Some schools offer aerospace as a subspecialty within mechanical, industrial or systems engineering programs.  Average Annual Earnings: $83,620  2004 Workforce: 76,000  2004-2014 Job Growth: 7.9%  Link: Junior Engineering Technical Society (www.jets.org)
  •  Education: A fine arts program in fashion design will offer you the design, sewing and marketing skills you'll need.  Average Annual Earnings: $68,430  2004 Workforce: 17,000  2004-2014 Job Growth: 5.9%  Link: International Association of Clothing Designers and Executives (www.iacde.com)
  • International Association of Clothing Designers and Executives
  •  Education: Top-level positions usually filled by promotion from within. CEOs frequently have a bachelor's degree or higher in liberal arts or business administration. Graduate and professional degrees are common.  Average Annual Earnings: $140,880  2004 Workforce: 444,000  2004-2014 Job Growth: 14.9%  Link: National Business Association (www.nationalbusiness.org)
  •  Education: At least 6-8 years of post- secondary school. The minimum requirement of most veterinary colleges is 2 years of pre- veterinary study at a university. Your chances of admission are better if you start with a bachelor's degree.  Average Annual Earnings: $76,320  2004 Workforce: 61,000  2004-2014 Job Growth: 16.4%  Link: American Veterinary Medical Association (www.amva.org)
  •  Education: Strong background in the natural and applied sciences -- physics, biology, ecology, microbiology, geology and chemistry. Soil science and environmental law can be useful as well.  Average Annual Earnings: $37,480  2004 Workforce: 31,000  2004-2014 Job Growth: 16.1%  Link: Environmental Protection Agency (www.epa.gov)
  •  Pick a career of the five shown that looks interesting to you and that you might want to pursue.  Write a paragraph explaining why you think you might like this career and which of your interests (from you interest inventory you took earlier) match up with this career. Click to sun to the return to first slide
  •  YouTube career videos: -Aerospace Engineer video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5guH3m6D7q8 -CEO video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jakiZQd4boM -Veterinarian video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=troe_CyH7vo -Environmental Technician video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2nktoJpk4s -Fashion Designer video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rP2Ktm5I5NE  Bridges Choices Explorer: www.bridges.com  PA Career Education & Work Standards: http://www.pde.state.pa.us/stateboard_ed/lib/stateboa rd_ed/CareerEducationWorkStandardsFinal.pdf
  •  Here is a Glog I made.
  •  Here is a Voice Thread I made…just click on it on the next slide.
  • Click The Picture
  •  Here is a game I created.
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  • False – Thousands (Over 200 are poisonous Click for: Answer and next Question
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  • False – About $700 Click for: Answer and next Question
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  • False – 3 million! Click for: Answer and next Question
  • True – “Gateway Drug” Click for: Answer and next Question
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  • False, the # is Growing! Click for: Answer and next Question
  • False – 3 out of 10 Click for: Answer and next Question
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  • True - The smoke paralyzes the cilia (lining of your lungs) Click for: Answer and next Question
  • False – More nicotine Click for: Answer and next Question
  •  Here is a Slideshare presentation I made.
  •  Here is a Podcast I created… Career Exploration Podcast
  •  The next slide is a broadcast channel I created on Ustream.