Career Development – Evidence of Learning Outcome

Career Development – Evidence of Learning Outcome  Please write a paper addressing the three Learning Outcomes listed in the course syllabus by writing at least a paragraph on each objective and how your experiences in the course reflected on how they met the following learning outcomes: ● Personal/Social ● Career ● Assessment, Research, Program Design, Evaluation, and Technology Please reflect on the processes of career counseling and development. What are your expectations/needs for future growth in these areas? Please write this paper according to APA grammatical and formatting guidelines. From Course Syllabus Evidence of Learning Outcomes: Candidates will gain an understanding in each of the 3 categories listed below. Examples in each category are provided. Candidates will find these same categories in their field work requirements. 1. Personal/Social a. Demonstrate knowledge of an ability to teach and develop employability skills (e.g., teamwork, problem-solving, organizational skills, time management, and planning). b. Gain insight into the issues of career guidance in a highly technological and complex society such as: sex bias, race bias, age and special needs discrimination, class bias, information technology, multiple careers, and increased longevity. 2. Career a. Acquire knowledge of the history and theories of educational and career guidance identify strategies for effective career counseling and guidance. b. Develop plans for setting up a career center. c. Evaluate career development programs in middle school/high school or college settings and career awareness activities at the elementary level. d. Demonstrate knowledge of career development standards contained in The National Standards for School Counseling Programs e. Demonstrate knowledge of the world of work, employment trends, academies, career pathways, and school-based career development programs, including work 2 experience education, and Regional Occupational Programs (ROPs). f. Develop a working knowledge of current sources of career information such as O*NET, and resources on the World Wide Web. g. Develop an understanding of the application of computer technology and Computer-Assisted Career Guidance Systems. h. Gain some knowledge of high school graduation requirements and admissions requirements to colleges, vocational/technical schools, and other postsecondary opportunities. 3. Assessment, Research, Program Design, Evaluation, and Technology a. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in assessment and techniques relevant to career planning and decision making. b. Gain knowledge of and practical experience with selected educational and career guidance assessment instruments. c. Understand the role of Title IX in ensuring that all students receive equitable treatment relating to appropriate course selection.

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