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Learning strategy

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Learning strategy

  1. 1. Learning Strategy for “At Risk Teenagers”by Andreas Day, Justin Lee Hawkins, Malcolm Stapleton, Paul Rawlinson Friday, 18 July 2012
  2. 2. Who are the stakeholders?• Students 15-16 yo. Male/Female• Employers / community organisations• Educators (VETIS)• Parents/guardians
  3. 3. Who are the stakeholders?• “at risk” students 15 - 16 year old males & females• Parents and guardians• Institution educators• Community leadership• Employers with social policy
  4. 4. What are the client needs?• Student Engagement• Learning, Literacy & Numeracy Development• Employment / education pathways• Flexible learning strategies for improved school attendance• Develop long term goals through strategic relationships with employers, students and community leadership
  5. 5. What competencies will we be focusing on?• This strategy is focused on the: • Development and use of learning, literacy and numeracy strategies at work and in education • Employment pathways through identifying and creating achievable results • Continued study, employment or both.
  6. 6. VETIS Competency SIR10112 Certificate I Retail Services• Core• SIRXCOM101A Communicate in the workplace to support team & customer outcomes• SIRXIND101A Work effectively in a customer service environment• SIRXWHS101A Apply safe work practices• Electives• SIRXICT001A Operate Retail Technology• SIRXIND102A Plan a Career in Retail
  7. 7. When will this strategy be delivered?• 10 weeks (Term 3 - 2012) • 300 hours combined time• Employer - 1 day per week• School - 3 days per week• (Situational flexibility negotiable between stakeholders)
  8. 8. Where will this be delivered?• Victoria University • 1 day per week (6 hours)• Employer • 1 day per week (6 hours)• School • 3 days per week (18 hours)
  9. 9. How will this be assessed?• Online (e learning) • Relative to workplace/industry learning outcomes, LL&N and VETiS requirements• Workplace outcomes • Pre planned education and behaviour objectives (negotiated with employer and educators)• Interviews with students, employers and peer’s.• Observation• Rubrics • Self, workplace and class assessment
  10. 10. How will this be evaluated?• Consultation between all stakeholders • Collaborative strategies • Student centric relevance • Communicate with parents or guardians • Promoting involvement and engagement • Developing and supporting mentoring and coaching skills that support long term results.• Engagement through feedback from all stakeholders throughout the delivery and after completion.
  11. 11. Overall strategy• Create achievable outcomes for students at risk• Create relevance to real world situations in the workplace• Empower students and their support network through developing there ongoing skills• Using industry relationships to foster working outcomes
  12. 12. Each of you have your information packsdetailing this strategy and now we would like to listen to your feedback and your Questions. Thank you

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