A ppt on communication skills

Fostering Social and Emotional Skills through Education Policies and Practices Anna Choi and Koji Miyamoto, OECD.

citizens, capable of building a happy, fair, productive, competitive, supportive and proud-of-itself society. PISA (2012) 2. Education policies and practices Policy-makers and practitioners generally recognise the importance of social and emotional skills. “Some” schools have activities that are intended to directly and/or indirectly improve social and emotional skills. – Curricular activities – Extra-curricular activities – Mobilising community resources 2. Education policies and/


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skill.  Good news is, just like any skill, you can learn, develop and enhance your soft skills. Depends on your critical and creative thinking, presence of mind and communication skills Depends on negotiation skills, interpersonal skills and communication skill Depends on empathy, emotional intelligence, leadership skills and managerial abilities. Hone your Soft, Interpersonal & Social Skills/t wait till you get a job, Earn while you Learn Skyrocket your technical skills with New Courses Offered Exclusively/


Skills for Europes future Cedefop Skillsnet Agora conference Thessaloniki, 21-22 Feb. 2008 Skill needs in companies: CVTS3 results Friederike Behringer,

CVTS3? Major results on CVT in enterprises Skill needs in enterprises Assessment of future skill needs Assessment of training needs Conclusions Friederike Behringer What is CVTS3? CVTS is a European enterprise survey on training in enterprises./Real estate, renting and business activities (NACE K) Other community, social and personal service activities (NACE O) Other: Mining and quarrying; Electricity, gas, water; Construction; Hotels and restaurants; Transport, communication (NACE C, E, F, H, I) Friederike/


CAREER PATHWAYS FOUR KEY PRINCIPLES: Need for continuing skills development Sectoral and regional framework Central role for community colleges Builds.

Service, Assessment, Scholarship Career/Job Coach Portfolio Skill Building (Remediation) Recruitment Sources: Tier 1, 2, 3 positions Incumbent workers ABE participants One Stop clients Key: ACC (Auburn Career Center) LCC (Lakeland Community College) CSU (Cleveland State University) Tier/Continuous Improvement Expanding Pathways Gap Analysis CAREER PATHWAYS LESSONS FROM THE FIELD: Build relationships around a shared vision and mutual advantage Obtain buy-in from top-level leadership Track participant progress/


Rehabilitation/Reintegration of Successfully Repaired Obstetric Fistula Patients Rehabilitation (Home) COUNSELING Family Community shun away negative thinking.

Patients Rehabilitation (Home) COUNSELING Family Community shun away negative thinking alleviate any specific fears prepare the patient for hospital, Rehabilitation (Hosp) COUNSELING INVESTIGATION TREATMENT unfamiliar and uncomfortable examinations To adjust to the hospital environment prepare them psychologically for a successful opera-tion Rehabilitation Home CONTINOUS COUNSELING Oral Fluid Intake Literacy workshops Intensive training Vocational skills Social Reintegration for Women Deemed Incurable/


ESF Community Grants Programme Second Round Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Catherine Roberts Fund Manager.

from? The Community Grants Programme is funded by the European Social Fund and the Skills Funding Agency as part of the Convergence Programme Main Aim TO RAISE THE SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EMPLOYABILITY OF THE HARDEST TO REACH GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS BY SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY AND VOLUNTARY /contracts etc If you’re not sure – ASK! Be prepared to fill in lots of paperwork – this is EU money! It’s a lot easier if you do it as you go along rather than wait until the end! Next Steps? Decide whether the CGP is /


WELCOME TO BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT. Study Skills social skills Mrs. Amy Lafferty, M.Ed. 2014-2015.

advocacy Behaviors and Consequences Independent Living Activities Social Skills Direct Instruction Social Communication Role-Playing Modeling Lessons Consultants Dr. Walsh – Psycho-educational Counseling 2 x per month Mrs. Joanne Curry – Speech & Language (as described in IEP goal) Mrs. Tara Kohler – Behavior Analyst (as described in IEP goal) Grading Each day students are graded on a (6) point scale. (2) Points for having an/


2010 State Leadership and Skills Conference Awards Ceremony.

Place: $750 Scholarship 3 rd Place: $500 Scholarship PIAG 1 st Place $1,000 Incoming Freshman Scholarship for Graphic Communications Management Major Georgia Southern University Advertising Design: Prizes 1 st, 2 nd & 3 rd Place $5,000 Scholarship CDIA / 2 nd & 3 rd Place Executive Portfolios Southern Company & Georgia Power Job Skill Demonstration A: Prizes 1 st, 2 nd & 3 rd Place Executive Portfolios Southern Company & Georgia Power Job Skill Demo Open: Prizes 1 st, 2 nd & 3 rd Place Executive Portfolios /


Communication Type 2 Based on the work of Joyce Epstein, Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Maryland PowerPoint presentation by Parents Plus Inc.

: Understanding school programs and policies. Monitoring and awareness of child’s progress in subjects and skills Responses to student problems Ease of interactions and communications with school and teachers. High rating of school quality. Diversity of communications with families. Ability to communicate clearly Use of network of parents to communicate with all families. Ability to understand family views and elicit help with children’s progress/


Rider University Moore Library Instruction Program Powering Up Your Library Instruction Using Basic Facilitation Skills Robert J. Lackie, Rider University.

& Verbal Communication Three elements in most communication: Words Voice Body Language 7 % 38 % 55 % Rider University Moore Library Instruction Program Facilitation Skills Attending ObservingListening Questioning Facilitation Skills are the /Skills: Handling Answers Maximum learning requires maximum participation. (See Tips for Handling Answers) Rider University Moore Library Instruction Program Questioning Skills: Responding to Questions 1. Provide the answer yourself. 2. Redirect the question to a/


Assessing Student Academic Achievement The General Education Skills.

Thinking Information Literacy Diversity Awareness Communication Communication skills are demonstrated through written assignments that clearly identify: Purpose What am I trying to accomplish? To Inform To Persuade To Express Audience What does my reader need to know for me to accomplish my purpose? Focus What is my central thesis? Critical Thinking Involves a progression of skills Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation Information Literacy The/


Shoreline Community College All-Campus Meeting May 22, 2009.

$ $ $ INTERNET Subscribers / Readers NEWSPAPERSADVERTISINGECONOMY $ $ $ INTERNET X STUDENTS TRADITIONAL MODEL OF HIGHER EDUCATION JOB SKILLS / COMMUNITY CITIZENS ECONOMY Tuition$ PUBLIC SUPPORT ($) $ Forces Driving Change in Higher Education Force #1: Student Preparedness / Education/classes (Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges)  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that 25 percent of students in the state take remedial courses in college, at a cost of $25 million /


Postgraduate Research Skills Training Dr Liam Marnane Dean of Graduate Studies.

for this? dgs@ucc.ie www.ucc.ie/en/graduatestudies Over to You What Training, Skills, etc. do you require for your (a)Research (b)Future Career dgs@ucc.ie www.ucc.ie/en/graduatestudies UCC Structured PhD Pillar/ may be recognised for credit dgs@ucc.ie www.ucc.ie/en/graduatestudies Transferable Skills Training Research skills and awareness Ethics and social understanding Communication skills Personal effectiveness/development Team working and leadership Career management Entrepreneurship & innovation dgs@ucc./


1 31/03/2006Centrale doctoraatsbegeleiding Developing awareness of skills Mark Runacres & Gunter Lauwers Vrije Universiteit Brussel EUPIDE - 12 June 2008.

and communication skills; networking and team-working; material/human resources and financial management; leadership skills; time management; project management career management including job-seeking techniques; ethics and philosophy 20 12 June 08 Mark Runacres - EUPIDE 2008 Pag. 20 Remarks/Questions We are training people for managerial tasks in industry by putting them in a lab and making them write lots of papers, preferably in/


Trudi van Wyk Alison Mead Richardson Education Specialists Commonwealth of Learning Flexible Skills Development eLearning Africa, May 2011, Dar es Salaam,

experience Make it possible to offer new courses to new learners Increase access to TVSD Impact positively on skills training for the informal economy Why the informal sector? Sub-Saharan Africa 60% of population is < /teachers in flexible approaches FSD Key Institutions Online TVET managers & teacher training courses Educational social media platform Build a community of practice Resources Discussions Opportunity to share and provide evidence Institutional group spaces flexibleskills@col.org CLN – content/


Lifelong Learning in an Online Environment Undergraduate College Students Develop Lifelong Learning Skills.

lifelong learning  12% lifelong learning topics  11% communication skills  11% working with others Pre-Test Results  Capacity for Life Long Learning Index –11 lifelong learning capabilities – 4 pt. Scale –6 of 11 means >3.0 –Highest means  Getting along with different types of people  Functioning as a team member –Lowest means  Solving quantitative problems  Understanding recent developments in science and technology Pre-Test/


Meeting the Digital Literacy Needs of Low-Skilled Workforce Center Clients: Using supported distance learning across systems Summer Institute 2013.

Determine if applicants could be successfully referred to other providers – To identify their exact needs – Create a remediation plan Provide an opportunity to better understand this need so that policy makers could address the longer term/to participants Assist staff with assessment of client’s needs Bring unique perspectives, skills and optimism Enhanced learning outcomes for clients Volunteers – what works? Clear communication Volunteers – what works? Support from staff Volunteers – what works? Building /


Transferable Skills Presentation Job Support 4 U 1.

are mainly gained through experience Job Support 4 U 3 Examples of Transferable Skills  Problem Solving  Decision Making  Planning/Organising  Oral Communication  Written Communication  Negotiating  Motivating Others  Working Under Pressure  Marketing  Initiative /skills which we often overlook but which apply to a wide range of situations and jobs. They are often referred to as transferable skills.  They examine your CV and look during the interview for evidence of these transferable skills/


STRATEGIES FOR GER & SKILL ENHANCEMENT IN BALRAMPUR,UP DR. ASHA KHARE DD, EDNERU.

SKILL ENHANCEMENT IN BALRAMPUR,UP DR. ASHA KHARE DD, EDNERU Introduction An administrative district of Uttar Pradesh with its Hqrs. in Balrampur town Situated on the border of Nepal Known as Tarai region because of Shivalik ranges of Himalayas in its North Situated on the bank of river Rapti A/ in Business Entrepreneurship Development 7.Certificate in Retail Services Management 8.Certificate in Communication Skills 9.Certificate in Garment Stitching 10.Certificate in Retail Marketing 11.Awareness-cum-/


© Prentice Hall, 2003 Business Communication TodayChapter 17 - 1 Searching for Employment and Writing Employment Messages.

© Prentice Hall, 2003 Business Communication TodayChapter 17 - 10 Organizing Your Approach Monitor Business News Research Specific Firms Build a Network Seek Career Counseling © Prentice Hall, 2003 Business Communication TodayChapter 17 - 11 Three-/, 2003 Business Communication TodayChapter 17 - 13 What Employers Seek Results orientation Workplace achievements Versatility Signs of progress Standards of excellence Flexibility Communication skills © Prentice Hall, 2003 Business Communication TodayChapter 17 -/


Copyright © 2008 by Nelson Education Ltd. 1 PowerPoints to accompany Essentials of Business Communication for English Language Learners 1 st Canadian Edition.

-4 The Changing World of Work Communication Skills: Essential for succeeding in the new world of work. Copyright © 2008 by Nelson Education Ltd. Ch. 1-5 The Process of Communication Sender forms idea Sender encodes message Receiver/ in writing. Copyright © 2008 by Nelson Education Ltd. Ch. 1-21 Improving Communication With Cross-Cultural Audiences l Written communication Adopt local formats. Consider hiring a translator. Use short sentences and short paragraphs. Avoid unclear wording. Cite numbers carefully./


Sector Skills Alliances Erasmus+ 2014-2020. Learning Mobility Staff High education students Vocational and education training students Master students.

in sector What a good SSA proposal should have taken into account:  Sector Skills Alliance should take into account work of European Sector Skills Council and ESCO if existing in relevant sector  If skills needs not identified / LIMITED VET open course for mobile apps creators Information and communication technologies 947.353 FEDERACIÓN DE TRABAJADORES INDEPENDIENTES DE COMERCIO European standards for qualifications and skills in the e- commerce sector Commerce 880.455 Additional information/


What We Are Learning About How to Improve Results: The Evolution of the Initiative’s Theory of Change and Partnerships with Communities and States Leonard.

Permanence (Legal and Relational) “Legal permanence is important, but the purpose of permanence is for children to have a family.” — Dr. Gina Samuels in Voice, Spring 2010 – Volume 11, Issue 1 Families Come in Many / advocacy skills promote family sibling visits reduce congregate care Core Strategies Rubric Strategies and Activities Improved Youth Outcomes Improved Policies and Practice 2010 Logic Model Youth Engagement Partnerships and Resources Research, Evaluation and Communications Increased /


Chapter Seven: Exploring Interpersonal Communication H.L. Goodall & Sandra Goodall Communicating in Professional Contexts Skills, Ethics, and Technologies.

to Disclosure  Keep in Mind You are Not a Therapist  If Other Discloses Too Much, Stop Them  Self-Disclosure is Expected to Be Reciprocal Ch7: Exploring Interpersonal Communication Copyright © 2006 Wadsworth 14 Creating: Messages that /to Stereotypes  Single Greatest Skill is Flexibility Ch7: Exploring Interpersonal Communication Copyright © 2006 Wadsworth 21 Delivering: Improving Relationships at Work  Become More Conscious of Own and Others’ Goals  Recognized Communication has Consequences  Be /


Oregon Pathways for Adult Basic Skills Transition to Education and Work (OPABS) Initiative.

of postsecondary courses to deliver accelerated basic skills courses Collaborate on integration of occupational information in ABS accelerated courses Identify technical training credential and certificate options for ABS learners 9 OPABS Approach to Systemic Change Community College “system” of pathways services ABS program organizes services and “messages” to promote postsecondary education as a goal for ABS learners, facilitate their enrollment into Pre- Bridge/


Unit 1: Communication and Employability Skills for IT OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in IT.

for enough to secure a job in IT? There will be many skills and attributes that an employer in the IT industry will expect from their employees, beyond their qualifications. What does an employer in the IT industry expect? Any employer will expect you to have certain personal skills and qualities that will enable you to do your job… Good communication skills (written and verbal/


ENERGY EDUCATION PROGRAMS Star Symposium 2013 Community and Technical College System of West Virginia James L. Skidmore Chancellor Phone: 304-558-0265.

304-558-0265 Email: skidmore@wvctcs.orgskidmore@wvctcs.org COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM OF WV Community and Technical College Locations Industry Workforce Needs 2008 77% of Companies Agree There is a Shortage of Qualified Job Candidates  Electrical  Oil/ Elective062 Associate of Applied Science Third SemesterLLBCR ENGL 1104 – Written English I303 PTRM 2200 – Soft Skills/Leadership Skills for Petroleum (Social Science)223 PTRM 2202 – Well Completions Design and Operations with Lab233 PTRM 2206/


The aim of PDHPE in primary school education is to develop in each student the knowledge and understanding, skills and values and attitudes needed to lead.

will: Gain an understanding of themselves and their peers. Be involved in physical activity promoting a healthy lifestyle. Develop decision making skills to assist in everyday life. The beneficial areas which are covered in the PDHPE curriculum /as they develop:  Decision-making skills  Interaction skills  Problem solving skillsCommunication skills  Movement skills Overall, covering these areas and developing these skills in PDHPE assists primary school students to lead healthy, active and fulfilling/


Process Skill demonstrate safe practices during laboratory and field investigations.[AST.1A] October 2014Secondary Science - Astronomy.

Hypotheses of durable explanatory power which have been tested over a wide variety of conditions are incorporated into theories.[AST.2B] October 2014Secondary Science - Astronomy Process Skill know that scientific theories are based on natural and /as to encourage critical thinking by the student.[AST.3A] October 2014Secondary Science - Astronomy Process Skill communicate and apply scientific information extracted from various sources such as current events, news reports, published journal articles, and/


© Prentice Hall, 2007Business Communication Essentials, 3eChapter 2 - 1 Communicating in Teams and Mastering Listening and Nonverbal Communication Skills.

Teams and Mastering Listening and Nonverbal Communication Skills © Prentice Hall, 2007Business Communication Essentials, 3eChapter 2 - 2 Overview of Teams AdvantagesDisadvantages Information and Knowledge Diversity of Views Solution Acceptance Improved Performance Groupthink Hidden Agendas Free Riders Increased Costs © Prentice Hall, 2007Business Communication Essentials, 3eChapter 2 - 3 Workplace Etiquette First Impressions Personal Appearance A Genuine Smile Telephone Skills © Prentice Hall, 2007Business/


McGraw-Hill/Irwin© 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Great Leaders: Styles, Activities, and Skills Chapter Fourteen.

roles are changing in the new environment –Key leadership roles include: A strategic vision to motivate and inspire Empowering employees Accumulating and sharing internal /Skills What skills do leaders need? –Cultural flexibility –Communication skills –HRD skills –Creativity –Self-management learning Leadership Skills Continued What skills do leaders need? (continued) –Whetten and Cameron model Leadership Skills Continued What skills do leaders need? (continued) –Whetten and Cameron model Leadership Skills/


Overview Introduction Registration 21 st Century skills Computer Basics and the Internet Word Processing Multimedia(Powerpoint )

Applying Understanding Remembering Accountability and Adaptability Communication Skills Creativity and Intellectual Curiosity Critical Thinking and Systems Thinking Information and Media Literacy Skills Interpersonal and Collaborative Skills Problem Identification, Formulation, and Solution Self-Direction Social Responsibility Listening & Speaking Skills Giving Directions Skills Observing and Monitoring Skills Questioning Skills Encouraging Skills Intervening Skills Drama Talk Show Seminar Debate Singing/


Main: leaders must develop the installation, skills and abilities that enable them to accurately and efficiently manage. Communication Managerial talent,

abilities that enable them to accurately and efficiently manage. Communication Managerial talent, allowing enthrall people for a Confidence Organizational skills Oratorical talent Initiative Self-criticism Willingness to take responsibility Justice Humanity Openness The ability to keep his word To be consistent Vitality Requirements for managers: Ability to effectively manage themselves /


Process Skill demonstrate safe practices during laboratory and field investigations, including chemical, electrical, and fire safety, and safe handling.

Hypotheses of durable explanatory power which have been tested over a wide variety of conditions are incorporated into theories.[AQS.2B] October 2014Secondary Science - Aquatics Process Skill know that scientific theories are based on natural and /as to encourage critical thinking by the student.[AQS.3A] October 2014Secondary Science - Aquatics Process Skill communicate and apply scientific information extracted from various sources such as current events, news reports, published journal articles, and /


Process Skill demonstrate safe practices during laboratory and field investigations, including the appropriate use of safety showers, eyewash fountains,

Hypotheses of durable explanatory power which have been tested over a wide variety of conditions are incorporated into theories.[CHE.2B] October 2014Secondary Science - Chemistry Process Skill know that scientific theories are based on natural and /as to encourage critical thinking by the student.[CHE.3A] October 2014Secondary Science - Chemistry Process Skill communicate and apply scientific information extracted from various sources such as current events, news reports, published journal articles, and/


© Prentice Hall, 2007 Business Communication Essentials, 3eChapter 14 - 1 Applying and Interviewing for Employment.

2007 Business Communication Essentials, 3eChapter 14 - 13 Plan for Questions Skills Goals Achievements Interests Attitudes Relationships © Prentice Hall, 2007 Business Communication Essentials,/Communication Essentials, 3eChapter 14 - 25 More Follow-up Messages Asking for more time Accepting an offer Declining an offer Job resignations © Prentice Hall, 2007 Business Communication Essentials, 3eChapter 14 - 26 Reviewing Key Points Writing employment messages Understanding the interview process Preparing for a/


Communication at Work – Following Directions Business Information Management I.

– Easily Measurable Procedural Steps Administrative Tasks Machine Operation Financial Skills Typing Skills Language Skills Computer Skills 3 Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2011. All rights reserved. Soft Skills – “People SkillsCommunication – Oral – Written Teamwork – Diversity – Goals Leadership Customer Service Decision-Making 4 Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2011. All rights reserved. Following Directions – a “Soft” Skill Types of Directions ▫Employment Policies ▫Training Manuals (How-to/


Process Skill demonstrate safe practices during laboratory and field investigations.[BIO.1A] October 2014Secondary Science - Biology.

Hypotheses of durable explanatory power which have been tested over a wide variety of conditions are incorporated into theories.[BIO.2B] October 2014Secondary Science - Biology Process Skill know scientific theories are based on natural and physical /as to encourage critical thinking by the student.[BIO.3A] October 2014Secondary Science - Biology Process Skill communicate and apply scientific information extracted from various sources such as current events, news reports, published journal articles, and /


Rural skills & jobs through continuing education & lifelong learning Pete Hodgson Vice President EfVET Corporate Director Norton Radstock College, UK.

explorative questions & analysis Newsletters – to encourage communication & maintain motivation Individual Business Planning ‘Green’ issues Importance of accreditation and validation Validation should be competence based - offering Validation of prior learning, skills and experience - needs to be relevant to/ the learner 2 examples: see www.efvet.org National e.g. Trans-Rural European e.g. ERTD A feeling of achievement Sharing good/


Mobilizing Assets for Community Driven Development Coady International Institute.

would you go about identifying all the various types of capacities: skills, talents, expertise, innovations etc. that exist in a community? Categories of skillsSkills for making livelihoods  Sub groupings?  “Civic” skills (skills for building ‘community’)  Think also of:  Cultural skills (and indigenous knowledge)  Local innovations Mapping skills of the head, hand and heart Cooking Dancing Embroidery Salt Farming Stitching Compassion Humour Teamwork Conflict resolution Willingness to collaborate/


Students with Learning Disabilities Written Communication: Handwriting, Spelling, and Written Expression.

Spelling Skills Rule-Based Instruction Multisensory Approach Test-Study-Test Technique –Study strategies Fixed and Flow Word Lists Additional Considerations Written Expression Skills One of highest forms of communication /Skills continued –Curriculum-based measurement –Portfolio assessment Teaching Written Expression Skills Creative and functional writing Shift from product of writing to the process involved in creating that product Three basic steps: –Planning, writing, and revising Teacher should promote a/


Teaching AP Economics Online: Achieving 21st Century Skills AP National Conference July 2011 Presenters: Sonia Arteche Carl Fields Dianna Miller.

economy Solving complex, multidisciplinary, open-ended problems Creativity and entrepreneurial thinking Communicating and collaborating Teach 21 st century skills to all children, not just an elite few How is Florida /a minority by 2050 Challenge efforts to improve student performance and close achievement gaps. Source: The U.S. Census Bureau (2008). FLVS is helping… Minority Student enrollments: 42% Enrollment in Priority Schools: – Rural 8% – Low Performing 17% – High Minority 17% 21 st Century Skills/


Life Skills Helping our youth, help themselves. What are Life Skills? Life skills are essentially those abilities that help promote mental well-being.

. They enable youth to enhance efforts to positively develop and change behaviour What are the major lifeskills Self awareness Self esteem Effective communication Decision making Critical thinking What are the major life skills? Interpersonal skills Negotiating skills Coping with Emotions Coping with Stress Examples of Communication and Interpersonal skills Effectively express a desire to delay initiation of sexual relations. Influence others and prevent discrimination related to HIV/


Engr Michaelyn M Ledda Training Manager, Convergys RELEVANCE OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR TODAY’S ENGINEERS.

-Learn steps to improve communication skills for student and employee participants SCENARIO 1: APPLICATION OF SKILLS IN THE EMPLOYEE LIFE CYCLE CRITICAL CONSIDERATIONS -Company background -Workplace culture -Company location -Your own brand -Contributions to the role applied for SCENARIO 2: USING LIFE CYCLE AS A HIRING MANAGER CRITICAL CONSIDERATIONS -Self-awareness (application of scenario 1) -Facilitation skills -Emotional intelligence -Feedback and coaching skills -Proficiency in economics/


NCGE Conference Savannah, GA 2010 Teaching AP Human Geography online: achieving 21st Century Skills Presenter: Sonia Arteche

economy Solving complex, multidisciplinary, open-ended problems Creativity and entrepreneurial thinking Communicating and collaborating Teach 21 st century skills to all children, not just an elite few. How is Florida /a minority by 2050 challenge efforts to improve student performance and close achievement gaps. Source: The U.S. Census Bureau (2008). FLVS is helping… Minority Student enrollments: 42% Enrollment in Priority Schools: – Rural 8% – Low Performing 17% – High Minority 17% 21 st Century Skills/


SKILLS STUDENTS WILL NEED TO SURVIVE CAN YOU GUESS WHAT THESE SKILLS ARE? 1.

GOSH, YOU EXPECT ME TO READ????????? TECHNICAL READING SKILLS-CAN YOU READ A MANUAL? 2 SKILLS NEEDED TO SURVIVE VERBAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS- CAN EXPLAIN THINGS OR GIVE DIRECTIONS? WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS-I HAVE TO WRITE?????? 3 SKILLS NEEDED TO SURVIVE PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS-WHY CAN’T YOU JUST TELL ME THE ANSWER? CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS-HUH? 4 SKILLS NEEDED TO SURVIVE SOCIAL SKILLS-DO YOU RELATE WELL WITH OTHER PEOPLE? TEAM WORK/


Health Joint Investment Framework 3 rd September 2008 Julie Mather Regional Skills Development Manager.

for 07/08 & next 3 years obtained Provider Reference Group set up Forecast training requirements Initial priorities All 5 local health communities have identified as a priority Skills for Life needs at Level 1 and 2 Plus Health & Social Care at level 2 Skills Pledge Have agreed SHA leading on sign-ups. NHS organisations signed so far: –East Midlands Strategic Health Authority –East Midlands/


SWPBS: Establishing District & Community Capacity (Beyond Classroom Management) Carl Cole & George Sugai OSEP Center on PBIS University of Connecticut.

Youth Violence High academic expectations & performance High levels of parental & community involvement Effective leadership by administrators & teachers A few clearly understood & uniformly enforced, rules Social skills instruction, character education & good citizenship. After school – extended day programs Lessons Learned: White House Conference on School Safety Students, staff, & community must have means of communicating that is immediate, safe, & reliable Positive, respectful, predictable, & trusting/


Jack Martin & Associates Copyright 2011 Oakland Community College and Jack Martin and Associates.

and Jack Martin and Associates Jack Martin & Associates Copyright 2011 Oakland Community College and Jack Martin and Associates Jack Martin & Associates Copyright 2011 Oakland Community College and Jack Martin and Associates The skilled trade shortage is not just in Atlanta or Alabama it is a national, indeed an international problem. Over 1/3 of journeymen at or near retirement nationally Brazil desperate for welders/


All Rights Reserved © Evan Sveum 2009 Determining and Comparing the Computing and Internet Skills and Learning Experiences of Freshmen and Senior Education.

data, that students from the digital generation possess a basic computing and Internet literacy. Destroy assumptions of students possessing basic computing and Internet skills. Understand that preparation for students to use computing /E-Learning and Online Teaching Certified Instructor IC³® Authorized Instructor Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Minor Adviser Apparel and Communication Technologies Department University of University of Wisconsin-Stout Email: sveume@uwstout.edusveume@/


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