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Learning strategy for at risk teenagers

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Learning strategy for at risk teenagers

  1. 1. by Andrea Day, Justin Lee Hawkins, Malcolm Stapleton, Paul Rawlinson Wednesday, 18 July 2012
  2. 2.  Students 15-16 yo. male/female Employers / community organisations Educators (VETIS) Parents/guardians
  3. 3.  Student engagement LL&N Development Employment / education pathways Negotiate strategies for improved school attendance Develop long term goals through strategic relationship (employers/students and leadership)
  4. 4.  Uniform support from employer, educator and peers. Contextualised and meaningful to student specific needs, leading to improved engaged and attendance.
  5. 5. Core SIRXCOM101A Communicate in the workplace to support team & customer outcomes SIRXIND101A Work effectively in a customer service environment SIRXWHS101A Apply safe work practicesElectives SIRXICT001A Operate Retail Technology SIRXIND102A Plan a Career in Retail
  6. 6. SIR20212 Certificate IIRetail ServicesSIR20312 Certificate IIFast Food Services
  7. 7.  10 weeks (Term 3 - 2012) Employer 1day per week School 3 days per week (Situational flexibility negotiable between stakeholders)
  8. 8.  Victoria University 1 day per week ◦ 6 hours Employer 1 day per week ◦ 6 hours School 3 days per week ◦ 18 hours
  9. 9.  Online (e-learning) Workplace outcomes Interviews with students, employers and peers Observation Rubrics
  10. 10.  Consult between all stakeholders to ensure collaborative strategies are identified and made relevant to students. Communicate with parents or guardians to promote involvement and engagement for mentoring and coaching that support long term results. Engage in receiving feedback from all stakeholders throughout the delivery and after completion.
  11. 11. Create achievable outcomes for students atriskCreate relevance to real world situations in theworkplaceEmpower students and their support networkthrough developing there ongoing skillsUsing industry relationships to foster workingoutcomes
  12. 12. Each of you have your information packs detailing this strategy, and nowwe would like to listen to your feedback and your Questions.

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