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5.7.18 AM – NYSED/CUNY College and Career Curriculum Framework: Healthcare Career Kit, AM Session- Norwood
May 7, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
DATE: Monday, May 7, 2018
LOCATION: St. Lawrence Lewis BOCES, Norwood Adult Education Center, 7227 State Highway 56, Norwood, NY 13668
TIME: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
TRAINER: Alex Pacific
ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Please arrive early. Breakfast will be served at 8:30. Lunch will also be provided. Parking is available in the lot.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have a laptop or a tablet, please bring it with you to the course.
* Please note: The Adult Education Building is located behind the Tech Center Building (#7225).
The same driveway is utilized by both.
The CUNY CareerKit Project is a set of curricular resources for HSE and high level ESOL students that blend critical literacy skills with career exploration, planning and preparation in 10 different growing industries. Each of the 10 CareerKits is designed to engage HSE and high level ESOL students in reading, writing, math, critical thinking and digital literacy activities. The CUNY CareerKits are thoughtfully planned, and chockful of relevant resources – graphs, articles, videos, writing assignments, and more. We will spend time focusing on the healthcare career kit in the latter portion of the training day.
One of the strengths of the CUNY CareerKits project is that each of the 10 careerkits follows a similar format for career exploration. For example, students always start with an analysis of the labor market, using research to help them see what the outlook is for jobs in each industry. Similarly, each careerkit gives students the chance to think about their own interests, experience, and education in the “Knowing Myself” unit. In the unit called “In Their Own Words” students get to hear narratives (both written and in videos) of workers already in the field. The final unit in each careerkit addresses the other important job that many of our students have: parenting. In the unit “Parenting is a Job, Too” students learn the latest research on parenting and how it relates to the well-being and educational attainment of their children.