Join this hands-on session and learn how to put the free Career Exploration in the Middle Grades: A Workbook for Students to work for you. This workshop will be packed with activities to help students know themselves, know their education and career options, make informed decisions, and turn their passions into actions. We’ll share two lessons, review facilitation techniques, and provide discussion questions that will help your students expand their understanding of self-identity, explore their values and career pathways, and make informed decisions about their futures.
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- Walk away with two ready-to-execute lessons to help your students expand their understanding of self-identity, explore their values & career pathways.
- Learn how to facilitate career exploration in your classroom, choosing from different implementation models that can be customized to fit your needs.
- Get discussion questions to help your students develop their self-identity, explore career path & make informed decisions about their future.
- Jing Cox-Orrell, Philanthropy Program Manager, American Student Assistance
- Jay Galbraith, K-12 education leader, KIPP Massachusetts Public Charter Schools (former employer)
- Vanessa Haerle, Educator, Sutton Public Schools
Sandy Dawkins, Director Of Pr Communications, American Student Assistance
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