Career Exploration PowePoint project requirements 2014

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Career Exploration PowePoint project requirements 2014

  1. 1. PowerPoint Presentation Career Exploration Keyboarding CRLE 1
  2. 2. What the heck is a CRLE?  CRLE =A Career-Related Learning Experience  A CRLE is a specific type of learning experience with essential components:  Inquiry  Working with Adults  Creating a Product  Professional Standards (CRLS)  Reflection 2
  3. 3. Key Content, Knowledge, Concepts and Skills addressed:  Interview / research process  Identification of a specific career or career field of interest within the student’s Focused Program of Study (FSP)  PowerPointTechnology  Presentation skills 3
  4. 4. Essential Question: “What post high school education or training should I pursue, and what technology skill should I possess to prepare for employment in a chosen career field?” 4
  5. 5. Inquiry: Identify a career or career field of interest and inquire about the education and technology skills needed for employment. 5
  6. 6. Adult Connections:  Interview an adult whose career is the same or similar to the student would like to have one day. Or  Research a career the same or similar to the student would like to have one day. 6
  7. 7. Product: PowerPoint presentation 7
  8. 8. Career-Related Learning Standards: Career-Related Learning Standards: 1. Personal management: Maintain regular attendance and complete project on time; assume responsibility for decisions and actions. 2. Problem-Solving: Use decision-making skills. 3. Communications: Listen and speak clearly; give and receive feedback in a positive manner; maintain clear, organized, accurate and appropriate communication. 4. Employment Foundations: Apply academic knowledge and technical skills in a career context. 5. Career Development: Learn educational, training and skill requirements for career-interest area; participate in an interview. 6. Teamwork: Work with others to review and edit own work. 8
  9. 9. Reflection: From this experience  What did you learn about technology skills, education and training needed in a particular career?  How has this learning affected your future career goals? 9
  10. 10. CIS:  You will use CIS to explore career options best suited for you.  You will be answering the following questions: 1. Who am I? 2. Where am I going? 3. How will I get there? 4. What are my next steps? 5. Where am I now?  There will be four areas you will be exploring: 1. Interest Profiler 2. SKILL Assessment 3. Occupation Sort 4. Reality Check 10
  11. 11. CIS: Fill out the CISWorksheet as you explore the CSI site. 11
  12. 12. Career Information Interview Research  If you are unable to conduct an interview you must research the following questions and statements +3 of your own (20 total). 12  You must ask the following questions +2 of your own (20 total).
  13. 13. Interview:  You will be interviewing an adult in the community who has a career in the occupation you explored and is related to your FPS.  The person cannot be a family member.  Can be a friend or coworker of a family member. 13
  14. 14. Interview:  The best way to interview someone is to have a face- to-face interview with them.  If you cannot conduct the interview in person the next best option is over the telephone so you may hear the tone and inflection in their voice.  E-mail is the worst way to conduct an interview and texting is not allowed. 14
  15. 15. Interview Script:  To used if contacting by phone  Use something similar if using e-mail Remember face-to-face is best! Hello, my name is __________________________, an d I am a student at Clackamas High School enrolled in a Keyboarding class. As a Career- Related Learning Experience, I must interview a community member whose career is closely related to one I would like to have in the future. I need to identify the educational requirements and technology skills needed to work in this area. May I ask you some questions regarding your career choice? 15
  16. 16. Interview: 1. Name of subject interviewed & correct spelling 2. Job title 3. Place of employment (inc. address) 4. What are your duties 5. What are general skills do you use? 6. How is technology used in your line of work? 7. What are technology skills do you use? 8. What is your educational background? Degrees? 9. What kind of training have you had? 10. Where any additional qualifications, such as, certificates, licenses, etc., required for you to do your work? 11. How do you manage your time? 12. What kind of hours do you work? 13. Who decides when you work? 14. How do you problem solve on your job? 15. What kind of communication skill do you use to complete your job? 16. What courses (classes) help you the most on this job? 17. What is necessary to for you to continue to be employed in this field? 18. What is the average pay scale for people in this career/job? • You will have a list of 18 questions you must ask. • You must add two questions of your own. 16
  17. 17. Research: 1. Job title 2. Places where can be employment in this field. 3. What are duties preformed in this job? 4. What are general skills are used? 5. How is technology used in this line of work? 6. What are technology skills do are use? 7. What is educational background is required? Degrees? 8. What kind of training is necessary? 9. Where any additional qualifications, such as, certificates, licenses, etc., required for to do the work? 10. How is time managed? 11. What kind of hours are work? 12. Who decides when work schedule? 13. How does a worker problem solve on this job? 14. What kind of communication skill are use to complete your job? 15. What courses (classes) help will help the most on this job? 16. What is necessary to for to continue to be employed in this field? 17. What is the average pay scale for people in this career/job? • You will have a list of 17 questions you must ask. • You must add three questions of your own. 17

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