Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Career Planning for K-12 Imelda V.G. Villar, Ph.D. Professional Regulatory Board - Psychology.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Career Planning for K-12 Imelda V.G. Villar, Ph.D. Professional Regulatory Board - Psychology."— Presentation transcript:

1 Career Planning for K-12 Imelda V.G. Villar, Ph.D. Professional Regulatory Board - Psychology

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13 What Is K-12? Kindergarten and the 12 years of elementary and secondary education Kindergarten- 5-year old child goes through standardized curriculum for preschoolers Elementary education - 6 years of primary school (Grades 1-6) Secondary education - Junior high school (Grades 7-10) Senior High School - Grades – (Dep Ed Primer 2011)

14 Benefits to Individuals and Families DepEd primer (2011) 1.Decongested academic workload = more time to master competencies, co-curricular activities and community involvement, thus, allowing for more holistic development 2.Graduates prepared for higher education, possess competencies and skills relevant to job market 3.K-12 affordable 4.Potential annual earnings of K-12 graduate higher compared to earnings of 10-year high school graduate 5.Graduates recognized abroad (ASEAN 2016 ; Global Competitiveness)

15 Senior High School Provide 2 years of in-depth specialization for students depending on occupation/career track desired Focus on development of skills and competencies relevant to job market Provide time for students to consolidate acquired academic skills and competencies Allow specializations in Science and Technology, Music and Arts, Agriculture and Fisheries, Sports, Business and Entrepreneurship

16 Career Education/Counseling Prepares students to make informed career decisions through: – awareness and understanding of individual qualities that contribute to success on the job (individual interests, skills, attitudes, talents, and abilities) – ability to use employment data and other resources to support decision making – awareness of the training and options available for success

17 Career Learning Prepare students to take responsibility for their own futures Help students take advantage of workplace opportunities and adapt to changing needs of local, national, and international economies Help recognize individual abilities and how they relate to the world of work and develop skills necessary for adult life. helps students to better understand themselves and their world as they progress through the educational environment and transition to adult life.

18 Career Development in the Academe Earliest grades = awareness, exploration, and practice Middle school years = use decision-making skills to merge individual data with their knowledge of the workplace and plan a high school course of study to meet their goals High School and beyond = expand knowledge, skills, and attitudes through practice and application

19 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By end of Grade 4, students will be able to: – Demonstrate awareness and knowledge of work of family members, school personnel, and community workers – Demonstrate ability to obtain information about jobs from parents, relatives, adult friends and/or neighbors and share that information with classmates

20 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 4, students will be able to – Describe jobs that are present in the community or region – Demonstrate an understanding of how work is important to all people – Use media and technology to identify a variety of occupations

21 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 8, students will be able to – Describe importance of individual characteristics in getting and keeping a job – Explain relationship between educational achievement and career planning – Describe how individual preferences and interests influence career choices and success. – Describe individual skills, personality and values required to fulfill different life roles.

22 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 8, students will be able to – Demonstrate understanding of career clusters and career ladders – Explore the educational requirements of various occupations – Make decisions and set appropriate career goals

23 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 10, students will be able to – Demonstrate knowledge of learning opportunities offered at the senior high school level – Develop an individual educational and career plan that integrates interests, abilities, and skills, supports the identification of one or more career pathways, and includes tentative decisions and planning for high school and beyond

24 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 10, students will be able to: – Demonstrate use of a range of resources to gather career information – Identify individuals in selected occupations as possible information sources, role models, or mentors – Consult with/observe adult role models at work to identify elements of their work and to determine need for specific knowledge and skills – Decide on what to concentrate on in Grade s 11-12

25 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 12 students will be able to: – Locate, evaluate and interpret career information – Identify and explain rights and responsibilities of employers and employees – Demonstrate understanding of how employers and employees organize to improve quality of goods, services, and working conditions

26 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 12, students will be able to: – Evaluate relationship between individual interests, abilities, and skills and achieving individual, social, educational, and career goals – Review and update individual educational and career plan based on progress, continued and changing development of interests, and awareness of importance of lifelong learning

27 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 12, students will be able to: – Analyze gender equity and traditional/nontraditional occupations and how these relate to career choice and positive workplace environment – Share/discuss individual educational and career plan, and decisions to be implemented after high school

28 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 12, students will be able to: – Display knowledge of placement services available to assist transition from high school to employment – Demonstrate positive attitude toward work and learning

29 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 12, students will be able to: – Apply employability and job readiness skills to internship, mentoring, shadowing and/or other world-of-work related experiences – Identify steps required for transition from high school to entry into postsecondary education, training, and/or employment

30 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program By the end of Grade 12, students will be able to: – Demonstrate skills and behaviors necessary for successful interview – Apply job readiness skills to seek employment opportunities – Demonstrate knowledge and application of safety standards to work setting

31 Competencies Developed in Career Learning and Counseling Program Career Focused Graduation Project and Portfolio linked to the Academic/Career Plan Advisory/Mentoring programs using teachers and business partners to assist with the career development program Mock interviewing, resume workshops delivered by business partners Exit interview for all seniors


Download ppt "Career Planning for K-12 Imelda V.G. Villar, Ph.D. Professional Regulatory Board - Psychology."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google