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Title: Skills for the 21st Century


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Skills for the 21st Century
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Main Points
  • A new renaissance is upon us
  • Career development is workforce development
  • Career counselors have powerful tools to support
    optimal career development

3
Modernity and Self-Identity
  • Historical Context of Work
  • In search of the good ole days

4
Traditional Career Theory
  • PE Fit Models
  • Life-Span/Life-Space
  • Social Cognitive Career Theory

5
Contemporary Development Theory
  • Developmental Contextualism
  • Selection, Optimization, Compensation
  • Self-Determination Theory

6
Secretarys Commission for Achieving Necessary
Skills (SCANS)
  • Personal Qualities
  • Responsibility
  • Self-Confidence
  • Social Skills
  • Honesty
  • Basic Skills
  • Reading and Writing
  • Mathematics
  • Communication
  • Thinking Skills
  • Decision-making
  • Creative Thinking
  • Problem-Solving
  • Learning How to Learn

7
SCANS Competencies
  • Ability to Manage Personal Time and Resources
  • Use of Effective Interpersonal and Leadership
    Skills
  • Ability to Gather and Manage Information
  • Understanding of Interrelatedness of Various
    Systems
  • Effective Use of Technology

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21st Century Skills
  • Learning Skills
  • Thinking Skills
  • Life Skills
  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
  • Collaborative Communication Skills
  • People Skills
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Ethics
  • Adaptability

Source Wisconsins Leadership for 21st Century
Skills
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Resilience
  • Building Confidence
  • Establishing Stronger Relational Connections
  • Managing Academic Stress
  • Promoting Well-Being
  • Increasing Motivation

12
Social/Emotional Antecedents of School Success
Motivation
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Academic Success

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.43
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Connections
Retention
.17
.23
.12
Confidence
Health
.25
13
Classifying Risk Levels
  • Most Vulnerable
  • Vulnerable
  • Disengaged
  • Resilient
  • Moderately Resilient
  • Not At Risk

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International Classification of Functioning Model
of Development
Development
Performance
Birth
Adult
Adolescence
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21st Century Optimal Career Development Indicators
  • Adaptability
  • Self-Determination
  • Engagement
  • Career Search Self-Efficacy
  • Resilience
  • Agency

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Career Development Is Workforce Development
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Wisconsin Industry Clusters
  • Manufacturing
  • 528,000 jobs
  • 20 percent of the states personal income.
  • Agriculture
  • 20 of all jobs
  • Tourism
  • 323,000 jobs
  • 6.6 billion in revenue

Source http//commerce.wi.gov/BDdocs/BD-PR-Cluste
rPaper102703.pdf
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WI Industry Clusters
http//commerce.wi.gov/BDdocs/BD-PR-ClusterPaper10
2703.pdf
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Emerging Industry Clusters
  • Biotechnology and medical equipment
  • 28,000 jobs
  • 4.9 billion in revenue
  • Information Technology
  • 94,000 jobs
  • http//commerce.wi.gov/BDdocs/BD-PR-ClusterPaper10
    2703.pdf

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Key to Strategic Alignment for Economic Growth
  • Effective workforce development begins with
    business, school, and post-secondary education,
    and support centers establishing a common and
    shared definition of the problem and working
    together to articulate solutions

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Business Roles
  • Occupations
  • Youth apprenticeships
  • Role models who participate in schools
  • Training and retraining
  • Witnessing efforts
  • Supporting innovation
  • Designing new learning environments

23
Education Roles
  • Be open to collaboration and change
  • Expand school mission into community workforce
    development and learning centers
  • Incubate innovation and change

24
Post-Secondary Education
  • Technical colleges coordinate the collaborative
    efforts
  • Two-Year and Four-Year UW Colleges and
    Universities follow and bring resources to
    support the collaborative efforts

25
Support Centers
  • Job Centers
  • Shelters
  • Correctional Institutions
  • Day Treatment Centers
  • Religious Affiliations

26
Sample Career Development Resources
  • WISCareers and
  • WC-Connections
  • Success Highways

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if you give people a thorough understanding of
what confronts them and the basic causes that
produce it, theyll create their own program, and
when the people create a program, you get
action. Malcolm X
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Individualized Interpretations
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Individualized Interpretations
30
Mastery and Vicarious Experiences embedded in
Written Exercises
31
Building social connections between students,
adults and peers
  • Using strategic conversational dialogues to
    engage students in defining their own challenges
    and solutions

32
Generating Conversations
PRESSURE pressure an oppressive condition of
physical, mental, social, or economic distress
feeling the burden of multiple obligations
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First Semester Impact
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Longitudinal Impact on Grades
3 Lessons
2 or Less
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  • V. Scott Solberg, Ph. D., is Director of
    Wisconsin Careers, a unit within the Center on
    Education and Work and author of Success
    Highways, a research based dropout prevention
    curriculum for at-risk youth.
  • www.cew.wisc.edu
  • www.wisconsincareers.wisc.edu
  • ssolberg_at_education.wisc.edu
  • WISCareers Login Code
  • Click register then enter wbm-p435
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