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1 Lifewide PROGRESS Reports
Slide appears as full slide Good morning/afternoon. Today I would like to talk about Lifewide PROGRESS Reports. (Images from Microsoft Clip Art)

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Example of completed form for ‘Emma’ as handout Form helps students to set and review personal goals for the year ahead Layout and content can be changed (Slide opens with heading Lifewide PROGRESS Reports) Lets start by having a look at the example of a Lifewide PROGRESS Report for a year 10 student called Emma. (Enter) The purpose of a Lifewide PROGRESS Report is to help students like Emma to set and review personal goals for the year ahead Schools and students can change the layout and content of the form if they want to. (Enter for next slide)

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Comments by school parent Dr Rosa Rios, originally from South America, and her two children, Eddie and Tina: Dr Rosa: “It confirms that education is more than just about learning to know.” Eddie: “Motivates students who are not good academically.” Tina: “It’s a good idea to cover non academic areas.” (Slide opens with heading of Lifewide PROGRESS Reports) Before we look at the form in detail, I would like to tell you what some people have to say about Lifewide PROGRESS Reports (Enter) These comments come from a parent, Rosa Rios, who has two doctorates and who is pictured with her children, Eddie and Tina Dr Rosa says it confirms that education is more than just about learning to know; Eddie comments that it motivates students who are not good academically, and Tina says that it’s a good idea to cover non academic areas. (Enter for new slide)

4 United Nations: Purpose of Education
Education at all levels is about: improving every part of our lives, as well as being more aware of others and the environment (Slide opens with heading) According to the United Nations, the purpose of education at all levels should be about (Enter) helping us to improve every part of our future lives, as well as being more aware about others and the environment. (Enter for next slide)

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Goal 1. Care for the environment. Why? “Many of the effects are long-term, global in nature, and irreversible with consequences for future generations.” (UN Department of Economic & Social Affairs, 2001) (Slide opens with heading) If you now look at the example of a Lifewide PROGRESS Report, you will notice the first box in the left hand column is for the environment. Why should we care for the environment? (Invite discussion) (Enter) In this particular photo you can see that it is not just humans who are affected by changes in the environment. Sadly, many animals are also affected. For example, it has been estimated that 2/3 of the Artic polar bear population will be lost within the next 50 years. (Enter for next slide) 5

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Environmental goals for ‘Emma’: tree planting on World Environment Day take no carry bag from any shop during the term/semester (Slide opens with heading) We can all do something to help our environment in some way. Lets have a look at what ‘Emma’ is going to do this term/semester. (Enter) First of all, as part of her class, Emma is going to help with tree planting on World Environment Day. In addition, at a personal level, Emma has decided not to take any carry bag from any shop during the term/semester. (Enter for next slide)

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Goal 2. Employability. Why? To improve future career opportunities. (Slide opens with heading) The second box in the left hand column of Emma’s Lifewide PROGRESS Report covers employability, which contributes to overall local and national economic development. Why is employability important for all of us? (Invite discussion) (Enter) We all want to have a good job so we can earn enough money for the things we need in our lives. (Enter for next slide) 7

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Employability goals for ‘Emma’: participate in sessions for job applications and interviews gain part-time work in customer service (Slide opens with heading) So, let’s have a look at the employability goals that ‘Emma’ has set for this term/semester. (Enter) First of all, as part of her class, Emma is going to participate in sessions for job applications and interviews. In addition, at a personal level, Emma is going to look for a part-time job in customer service on weekends (Enter for next slide) 8

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Goal 3. Care for the community. Why? Percentage of world population over 60 yrs: 1950  8% 2000  10% 2050  22% (Source: UN) (Slide opens with heading) If you now move down to third box in the left hand column of Emma’s Lifewide PROGRESS Report, you will notice it is for the Society or community. Why should we care about our local community? (Invite discussion) (Enter) For instance, we know that people are living longer now and so we have to make sure that as people get older there is help there for them when they need it and that they feel part of our community. (Reference for further teacher reading is ) (Enter for next slide) 9

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Community goals for ‘Emma’: help in book drive for sister school in Africa remain an active member of Guides (Slide opens with heading) Therefore, our student ‘Emma’ has decided to do some things to help the community. (Enter) First of all, as part of her class, Emma will help in a book drive for her sister school in Africa. In addition, Emma has decided to remain an active member of her local Guides group for the next term/semester. (Enter for next slide)

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Environment Sustainable Employability Development Society Self improvement, including: Lifewide and -health/fitness/sport Lifelong learning -hobbies/interests -personal values -emerging life-career goals -academic performance (Slide opens with heading) So far, we have looked at what our student ‘Emma’ can do for (Enter) the environment, employability and society. These activities are part of sustainable development for the future wellbeing of our communities and the planet. Now we are going to look at how ‘Emma’ can improve herself for her own future. This is called lifewide and lifelong learning and includes: Health/fitness/sport Hobbies and interests Personal values Emerging life-career goals and Academic performance. (Enter for next slide) 11

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Health/fitness/sports goals for ‘Emma’: Health junk food only once a week Fitness/sport run 5 kms every two days (Slide opens with heading) The first area for self improvement is health/fitness/sports goals and so (Enter) Emma has set herself A health goal of only eating junk food once a week, and A fitness/sports goal of running 5kms every second day (Enter for next slide)

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Hobbies/interests/ other goals for ‘Emma’: do an Indian cookery course and a beauty course at ACE (Slide opens with heading) For her hobbies and interests, (Enter) Emma wants to do an Indian cookery course and a beauty course at the local Adult and Community Education Centre. (Enter for next slide)

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Values goals for ‘Emma’: being fairer in my personal relationships and spend time getting to know someone from another culture (Slide opens with heading) Regarding the values that Emma wants other people to see more in her, (Enter) She has set herself the goal of being being fairer in her personal relationships and spending time getting to know someone from another culture. (Enter for next slide)

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Emerging life and career goals for ‘Emma’: Life to find my hidden treasure Career to become a Vet (Slide opens with heading) Linked closely to personal values are emerging life and career goals and, in this respect, (Enter) Emma hopes one day to Find her hidden treasure, and To become a Vet. (Enter for next slide)

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Personal academic goal for ‘Emma’: gain average of B+ across all subjects this term/semester (Slide opens with heading) Last, but still very important, Emma sets herself a goal for her academic studies. (Enter) And so, for this year, Emma has set herself the challenge of an average grade across all subjects of B+ (Enter for next slide)

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Environment, Sustainable Employability, Development Society Self improvement, including: Lifewide and -health/fitness/sport Lifelong learning -hobbies/interests -personal values -emerging life-career goals -academic performance (Slide opens with heading) Lets go back over the purpose of Lifewide Progress Reports again. (Enter) Firstly, for wider sustainable development, we set goals as our contribution towards the environment, employability and society. Then, for our own personal future, we set ourselves goals regarding lifewide and lifelong learning. (Enter for next slide)

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For further information: visit (Slide opens with heading) If you would like any further information about Lifewide Progress Reports, (Enter) please or visit the PECAS centres website (END)


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