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Title: 21st Century Career Planning, Purpose


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21st Century Career Counseling with Purpose

Education Career Action Plan
Active Student Road Maps


C.A.N. Strategy
Arizona CTE Summer Conference 2008
Presenter Mary Martha Gingerella
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CAUTION!
This session is interactive!
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Our Focus Today
Key Concepts Convergence, C.A.N. Strategy,
Purpose
  • Explore the career counseling trends that are
    driving role and knowledge convergence in both
    the work world and education.
  • Its a new work world and students priorities
    are different, too. They need to find meaningful
    purpose, not just a job. (The Path to Purpose)
  • Identify what makes an effective and useful
    student Education Career Action Plan (ECAP).
  • Discuss and utilize ECAP ideas that will
    encourage students to take the drivers seat in
    planning their futures.

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Begin with the end in mind.
Its goes way beyond articulation Think of the
end goal, not just the next step. Know the big
picture and how you contribute to it!Remember
teaching to prepare students for YOUR work world
ispreparing them to fail. We must prepare them
for THEIR work world which means we must
thoroughly understand what that is and how it
alters our current educational landscape.
College
Elementary
Middle
High School
Workforce
Local, National Global Economies
  • Highly Employable
  • Lifelong Learner
  • Responsible, Involved Citizen

The elephant in the room is, what do we want
students to be able to learn and do when they
finish K12? Monica Martinez, KnowledgeWorks
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CONVERGENCE
... it's happening all around us ... in business
- and education.
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Its all about adding valuehow can we improve
our skills, knowledge, products, and a students
learning experience?
Alliances
... key for business - and imperative now for
schools and students.
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Education Model
Toshiba model
A Holistic Approach to Learning Integration
of Knowledge Experts
Innovation
Enriched, Extended Learning Opportunities
Leveraging of existing comm. resources Limitless
learning
... too much focus on testing squashes creative
thinking which is imperative in a global and
highly-competitive marketplace.
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Drivers of Change
Interchangeable!
Strategies People Resource Management
Financial Results - Accountability
GENERAL
EDUCATION
BUSINESS WORLD
  • Digital Students
  • Costs for College
  • Mix of Formal / Informal Learning
  • Competition
  • Retirements
  • Need for info earlier, not JIT
  • Facilitation vs. one-way instruction
  • Accountability
  • Baby Boomers
  • Specialization
  • Highly-skilled Workers
  • Diversity
  • Talent Management
  • Mobile Workforce
  • Key Alliances
  • Global Competition
  • Work/Life
  • Technology
  • Global Workforce
  • Economy
  • The world as a
  • classroom
  • On-demand learning
  • Occupational
  • Outlook

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21st CenturyCareer Counseling
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Learners
Players Roles
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The NewWork World
4 Generations of Employees
Fluid Workforce
Company X
Innovation Consumer Value
Global Economy/Competition
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Stepping Stones to Your Future
Standard Linear Career Planning
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4
2
5
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YOUR CAREER GOAL?
NAME
GOAL
Remember life is a journey much more than six
steps, but this is a START!
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Stepping Stones to Your Future
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2
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Met with School Counselors Talked with Parents,
Others about Colleges
Applied to Colleges and for Scholar- ships,
Financial Aid got for ASU
Liked Math Working with Kids decided on
elementary teacher studied graduated ASU
Started Researching Careers Based on Interests,
Favorite Subject (Math)
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YOUR CAREER GOAL?
Researched Jobs for Teachers interviewed HERE I
AM!
Took Honors Classes in High School worked hard
Your 5th Grade Teacher!
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Updated Non-Linear Career Planning Model -
The Slinky
Competency-Based vs. Pre-defined Linear Steps
C2
C3
C1
E.g., Relationship-building
E.g., Writing
E.g., Teaching
Self- Defined Success Metrics Based on Your
Goals , prof. growth, variety of
tasks, work/life balance, etc.
Entrepreneurial Approach to Employment
Professional Growth Continual re-planting/honing
of skill sets for next career metamorphosis
Time Span Years, Months
Flexibility to respond to changing dynamics of
the economy, industry needs, work/life balance,
and personal goals/interests.
Model can be used for planning or
historical snapshot
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Helping Students Find PurposeThe Path to
Purpose by Dr. William Damon

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What Makes AnEffective Education Career
ActionPlan?
Report Cards
Student Resume
Letters from Employers
Awards Certificates
Project Presentations
Course Schedule
Career Interest Assessments
College/Career Goals
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Key ECAP Questions
?
  • Who is the intended audience of an ECAP?
  • What is its main purpose?
  • How can it ensure relevancy for the student?
  • How will success be determined? Who will
    determine metrics?
  • How do we get all stakeholders invested in a
    students ECAP?

?
?
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A Meaningful ECAP
  • Plus
  • Student as Owner
  • Integrated connected regardless of students
    class selection
  • Well-defined purpose with unquestionable
    relevancy
  • Big picture ties to business and community
  • Continual review/reflection by student for
    insight
  • Adult-controlled or dictated
  • Isolated usage or sporadic conversations
  • Task-oriented or rubber stamp activities
  • Stack of documents quantity vs. quality
  • Infrequent review
  • Doesnt reflect students talents or interests,
    making student disengaged

Minus
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C.A.N. Strategy
C
ontinual "Pulse Checking"
Whats going on outside school walls? Connect
academicsand real-world learning/application in
EVERY course!
A
uthenticity
Are we simply going through the motions with
our lessons, or are we providing meaningful and
relevant learning opportunities for students?
N
ew Alliances/Equations
Weve done the research (pulse checking). We have
real ideas to improve offerings opportunities.
(authenticity)Now who can we involve to
validate/obtain ideas andimplement these
changes? (new alliances/equations).
Stir Things Up!
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5 Authentic Ideas to AddValue to a Students
ECAP
Impacts to Students
  • 5
  • RE-THINK
  • STUDENT
  • RESUMES
  • Competencies
  • vs. Tasks
  • Contribution/
  • Value-add vs.
  • Heres why
  • Im good
  • deserve this.
  • 3
  • STUDENT
  • VOICE
  • Pay attention to
  • your audience!
  • Take advantage
  • of their talents!
  • Involve them
  • in the
  • ECAP
  • discussions!
  • 1
  • INTEGRATE
  • VS.
  • ISOLATE
  • Layout
  • ECAP and
  • student goals
  • Answer 5
  • Key ?s
  • Identify
  • Involve
  • Stakeholders
  • 4
  • LEADERSHIP
  • OPPOR-
  • TUNITIES
  • IN THE
  • CLASSROOM
  • Involve students
  • in the classroom
  • how would THEY
  • teach a certain
  • lesson?
  • Let them
  • co-facilitate!Learn from them!
  • 2
  • NEW
  • ALLIANCES/
  • LEARNING
  • EQUATIONS
  • (internal
  • external)
  • Place academic
  • depts. on a
  • whiteboard
  • start pairing.
  • Partner with
  • someone who has
  • different expertise

Impacts to overall ECAP effectiveness
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A Brighter Future for Students!
An Enlightened Arizona!
An Invested Community!
A Deeper Employment Pipeline!
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