Do you have abundant ideas on how to connect the work world to your classroom?
Are your students driven by enthusiasm to tackle real-world projects?
If the answers to either of these questions is no, then register for this webinar to learn how to provide learning activities in which students use technology to apply 21st century skills such as creativity, communication, critical thinking, and collaboration.
This webinar will address:
Exploring careers through virtual internships
Connecting to corporations through activities such as virtual field trips
Transforming your classroom into a simulated "Talent Agency"
Building a 9-12 blueprint for integrating work-based learning into all classes
You will have the opportunity to ask questions live and you will receive the PowerPoint. All suggested activities are free to users.
Whether you are a classroom teacher or a work-based learning coordinator, at the end of the webinar you will have fresh ideas on how to transform your classroom into a real-work environment.
Susan H. Gubing, CareerSmarts, has been instrumental in guiding educators in creating dynamic career and workforce development programs. She is passionate about college and career readiness, 21st century skills, work-based learning, and partnerships between industry and education. Sue's professional career experience includes: 38 years as the Work-based Learning Coordinator at Smithtown High School, a consultant for many New York school districts, an online instructor for Work-based Learning Program certification courses at Buffalo State College, author of Games2Careers, and creator of the XtremeIntern: A Virtual Career Adventure.
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