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Career Pathway Exploration Projects for CTE Classes - Shared screen with speaker view
Gretchen Schwalbach
30:34
https://nyctecenter.org/
Ellen Baxt
33:57
Please say your name, where you work, your role, and what brought you here today
Ellen Baxt
41:19
tinyurl.com/cunycareerkits
Theresa Alampi-Cortez
45:19
that was mynextmove.org?
Savine Roberts
45:29
I agree Subrina
Theresa Alampi-Cortez
49:09
yes!
Subrina Oliver
49:29
It’s also mores teacher-facilitated but, student-led
Subrina Oliver
49:36
more
Theresa Alampi-Cortez
52:13
I have done in a traditional school setting, but not in CTE
Mike Batira
55:30
Hi Ellen, the investigative stage.
Mike Batira
55:38
Capture
Mike Batira
56:20
Begin first level comparisons
Theresa Alampi-Cortez
56:54
Sorry! I have to leave for another meeting.
Subrina Oliver
57:08
Is it relevant to date?
Mike Batira
57:26
Based on your own experiences as well, right?
Mike Batira
58:50
Maybe a chart too
Subrina Oliver
01:00:02
I agree about having charts as an option.
Mike Batira
01:01:50
Since I live in Dutchess County I have been using data from Think Dutchess Alliance for Business and the our local Chamber of Commerce
Mike Batira
01:07:04
As any teacher, we always are challenged by modeling - just how much to share as a sample and how much to leave off and have them develop their own work...
Mike Batira
01:07:54
Indirectly, is this "career" the right one for me, maybe
Constance Spohn
01:09:40
Like the career party idea to do the assessments.
DEBREEN OLIVA
01:13:19
Mike, I'd like to know more about the Career Party.
Mike Batira
01:13:31
the remarks I hear from this one student today was - what if none of these describe me...
Subrina Oliver
01:16:37
And not knowing is okay because he/she is exploring and maybe they have identified a career-pathway vs a specific career.
Mike Batira
01:18:02
Here is the link to that career party exercise... http://counselor1stop.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/CareerParty.pdf
Subrina Oliver
01:18:17
Thanks
DEBREEN OLIVA
01:22:23
I like to tell my students that I want them to build their perfect career. After determining their strengths and values and what they like (working with people/things/ideas, working indoors/outside, etc., then when they are looking at career choices they can determine if the career fits their needs/wants. It's a little abstract for 8th graders but it's one way to approach it.
Mike Batira
01:28:03
mynextmove.org
Mike Batira
01:30:27
photos
Mike Batira
01:43:14
Is there a shortcut or cheat sheet to all the job zones together on one page or website?
Ellen Baxt
01:54:46
GO to mynextmove
Ellen Baxt
01:54:51
Do interest assessment
Ellen Baxt
01:54:55
Pick one and read about it
Ellen Baxt
01:55:02
Complete graphic organizer
Savine Roberts
01:55:20
Thank you Ellen!
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:55:23
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Gretchen Schwalbach
01:55:52
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Gretchen Schwalbach
01:56:53
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Gretchen Schwalbach
01:57:46
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