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            • Students will - CDOS.E.1.1.A.SW:
              1. Key elements of a career plan should include the student’s documenting the following:
                1. Personal data
                2. Knowledge
                  1. Who am I?
                    1. Interests
                    2. Abilities
                    3. Areas to strengthen
                  2. Where am I going?
                  3. How do I get there?
                3. Skills/Application
                  1. Foundation skills
                    1. Knowledge
                    2. Application
                4. Culminating activity
                  1. Activity description
                  2. Self-reflection
                5. Review of student career plan
              2. Demonstrate awareness of career options in the community:
                1. Explore work and careers in the community
                2. Define career-related terminology (e.g., cluster, career, employment, workforce, etc.)
                3. Identify career clusters in occupations within the community
              3. Demonstrate planning and goal-setting techniques:
                1. Identify personal qualities and academic skills relevant to specific careers
                2. Identify short- and long-term goals and set priorities
                3. Create an action plan to achieve long-term goals
            • Students will - CDOS.E.1.1.B.SW:
              1. Develop a personal assessment plan
                1. List areas of strength
                2. List areas in need of improvement
                3. Identify personal learning style
                4. Identify career clusters related to interests, aptitudes, and abilities
              2. Create an emerging career folder (e.g., interest inventories, checklists, awards, certificates, letters of recommendation, pictures, reflections, etc.)
            • Students will - CDOS.E.1.1.C.SW:
              1. Identify basic economic principles:
                1. Differences between needs and wants
                2. Relationship of needs/wants to financial resources
                3. Awareness of the circular flow of money
                4. Differences between paid and unpaid work
              2. Engage in basic workplace behaviors (academic and real world):
                1. Identify personal qualities that lead to responsible behavior (e.g., personal fitness and hygiene, respect for self and others, honesty, integrity, dependability, punctuality, positive self-esteem, tolerance, stress management)
                2. Recognize the connection between effort and achievement
                3. Demonstrate the effective use of time
                4. Manage resources
                5. Apply organization strategies
                6. Demonstrate independent work habits
                7. Engage in cooperative learning activities
                8. Identify decision-making skills and problem-solving strategies (e.g., conflict management, peer mediation)
                9. Acquire and apply effective communication skills
                10. Develop leadership qualities
              3. Identify the relationship between lifestyle choices and future career paths:
                1. Career choices associated with geographic locations
                2. Hobbies, interests, and earnings
                3. Work environments (e.g., indoor vs. outdoor, physical vs. mental, working with others vs. working alone, travel vs. stationary)
            • Students will - CDOS.E.1.1.D.SW:
              1. Discuss how the 21st century impacts their workplace environment:
                1. Identify ways in which technology has changed the world of work
                2. List careers that rely upon modern technology
                3. Discuss how worldwide trade changes the workplace in America
                4. List the strategies to manage change in daily life
                5. List the different types of economies (e.g., agrarian, industrial, information, and idea)
                6. List skills and abilities needed in a highly skilled technological workplace
            • Students will - CDOS.E.1.1.E.SW:
              1. Discuss the difference between independent work and teamwork:
                1. Identify factors that influence work preferences
                2. Identify the different types of jobs available based upon working styles (e.g., sedentary work, physical labor, high-risk work)
                3. Discuss the various working conditions that affect job choice
            • Students will - CDOS.E.1.1.F.SW:
              1. Identify the steps in the decision-making process to accomplish goals
              2. Acquire strategies involved in the decision-making process
              3. Discuss the role of beliefs and attitudes in the decision-making process
              4. Describe the consequences of making decisions
              5. Reflect upon the relationship between academic success and real-world success
            • Students will - CDOS.E.1.1.G.SW:
              1. Identify their roles in the home environment and workplace.
              2. List the roles and occupations of men and women in the workplace:
                1. Distinguish between traditional and nontraditional roles and occupations of men and women at home and in the workforce
                2. Discuss the value of work in the home and workplace
              3. Identify the factors that affect change in the work environment (e.g., assembly line vs. shared decision-making process, downsizing, technological advancement)
  • Standard Area - TECH: Learning Standards for Technology
    (see MST standards under Previous Standard Versions)
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