2020年欧洲杯时间表

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Work-Based Learning

UPDATED: MARCH 4, 2020

THE ACTIVITIES POSTED ARE FOR ALL FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, AND STUDENTS IN CTE MAJORS: AEROSPACE, ARCHITECTURE, CIVIL ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, MECHATRONICS, MEDIA, AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING.

 

WORK-BASED LEARNING

Work-based learning (WBL) is a progressive, multi-year sequence of instructional activities that extends students’ learning from school into a real-world, work-related context. These experiences allow students to build a bridge from adolescence to adulthood. 

 

SUGGESTED WBL SEQUENCE FOR STUDENTS

Grade

Activity

Freshmen

·       Volunteering/Community Service

·       Job Shadowing

·       Summer Youth Employment Program

Sophomore

·       Volunteering/Community Service

·       Job Shadowing

·       Summer Youth Employment Program

·       CTE Mentorship

Junior

·       Volunteering/Community Service

·       Job Shadowing

·       CTE Mentorship

·       Paid CTE Internship/Apprenticeship

·       CTE Related Academic Program

·       Informational Interviews*

·       Workplace Tours*

·       Mock Interviews*

·       Resume Building*

Senior

·       Volunteering/Community Service

·       Job Shadowing

·       CTE Mentorship

·       Paid CTE Internship/Apprenticeship

·       CTE Related Academic Program

·       Informational Interviews*

·       Workplace Tours*

·       Mock Interviews*

·       Resume Building*

·       Portfolio Development*

 

* Part of the CTE in-class curriculum

 

 

GOALS

Work-Based Learning gives students opportunities to receive authentic feedback from adults in a particular industry and guides them to:

  • identify and develop their strengths – the intersection of their interests and their abilities, 
  • map a set of accessible career pathways where there is a demand for workers with their strengths,
  • develop a portfolio of accomplishments that show they play a role within a larger organization and demonstrate, for themselves, a degree of mastery in authentic settings (including professional credentials and content for resumes and application essays, etc.), 
  • build relationships with adults outside the classroom – with peers and elders, mentors and sponsors who can provide a bridge into postsecondary working communities and guide students to a meaningful definition of college and career success.