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Preparing Youths for the Workplace

Preparing Youths for the Workplace Author Jessie Ee
ISBN-10 9789814689489
Release 2015-06-29
Pages 268
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This book is to expose youths, educators, counsellors and parents to the current demands in the workplace and how there is an urgent need to strengthen and develop deep skills and work-related competencies among youths to prepare them for a more self-fulfilling career path. The reader will realise the importance of eradicating some of the work-related myths and recognise that matching of one's interest and passion has greater priority than salary, prestige or expectations of parents. The book will also expose other essential skills necessary in the transition to the job market such as the role of internship and mentors to assist youths to build their confidence as well as some personal social emotional competencies like their ability to be conscious of their thoughts and emotions as they self-manage and self-regulate themselves so that they are always aware of how to use their strengths to engage and relate with others as they make responsible decisions in their career plans or workplace. Contents:Introduction:Preparing for Work, Equipping for the Future (Lim Boon Huat)Why Youths Need to Be Prepared for Work (Eden Liew)Developing Social-Emotional Competencies for Life:Understanding Oneself through Self-Awareness (Jessie Ee)Managing and Regulating Emotions (Jessie Ee)Developing and Promoting Social Awareness (Jessie Ee)Relationship Management (Jessie Ee)Making Responsible Decisions (Jessie Ee)Developing Work-Related Competencies at Home and in School:Knowing Oneself and Career Counselling (Ian Tan & Melvin Chia)Getting the Most out of Industry Internships (Joel Lee)Employability Skills in Career Preparation (Agnes Chang)Networking through Collaborative Learning (Agnes Chang)Building Confidence and Resilience (Esther Tan)Fostering Critical Communication Skills for the Future (Jeffrey Mok)Sharpening Your Resume Writing and Interview Skills (Adelaide Chang)Work Values through Sports (John Tan)Preparing Our Children for Tomorrow's World (Tan Khye Suan)Preparing Future-Ready Students: A Teacher's Perspective (Brian Lui)Nurturing Primary Students for the Real World (Siah Siew Ling & Chiok Hwee Fen)Self-Regulation of AD(H)D Habits (Chelsea Chew)Using Positive Psychology to Help Young Adults with High Functioning Autism Transit to the Workplace (Chelsea Chew) Readership: Students, parents, educators and the general public. Key Features:Currently there is an urgent need to publish this book in Singapore and many of the third world countries so that our youths can be more purpose-driven and not "job-hopping" with no directionThere are also activities in the book that help youths as well as practitioners to build on their skills and competenciesKeywords:Youths;Employers' Expectations;Employability Skills;Social-emotional Competencies;Career Guidance;Resume Writing;Interview Skills;Internship;Communication Skills;Self-regulation



Schooling in the Workplace

Schooling in the Workplace Author Nancy Hoffman
ISBN-10 1612501117
Release 2011
Pages 212
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Advocates for vocational education and training programs, comparing programs from six countries, and focuses on the practical challenges facing the United States education system.



Flying without a Helicopter

Flying without a Helicopter Author Joanie B. Connell, Ph.D.
ISBN-10 9781491752654
Release 2014-12-11
Pages 170
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“In Flying Without a Helicopter, Joanie Connell details unique challenges faced by young adults and their leaders in the workplace, offering action plans readers can apply to their ‘real work’ situation as they move toward solution. This book was written for you—whether you are a manager, a young adult new to the business world, or a parent of that young adult. Thanks, Joanie, for zooming in on this timely topic!” —Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager® and Great Leaders Grow “The problems Joanie Connell describes are real. Employees are entering—and leaving—the workplace without the levels of resilience and independence they need to succeed. I recommend Flying without a Helicopter to people who want to develop the life skills needed to succeed in the corporate world (and their parents) and to leaders who want their companies to succeed.” — Daniel Bradbury, CEO coach, investor, life science consultant, and former CEO of Amylin Pharmaceuticals “Managing across generations now is remarkably difficult, as each one approaches timelines, deadlines, conflict, and recognition in different ways. To understand these differences and leverage the creativity within, you could do no better than to read Connell’s Flying without a Helicopter! A wise read for leaders as well as employees, job seekers, and even parents!” —Marshall Goldsmith author of the New York Times and global bestseller What Got You Here Won’t Get You There



Youth Work

Youth Work Author Jason Wood
ISBN-10 9781317663256
Release 2014-08-21
Pages 232
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Professional practice is at the heart of youth work training but integrating the theory learned in class with the reality of placements can sometimes require extra support. This comprehensive textbook is designed to help students working with young people become competent and ethical practitioners, able to reflect on their learning and interventions in young people’s lives. Divided into three parts, this core text: provides an understanding of and commitment to the principles of youth work explores how contexts shape youth work demonstrates the core practice skills that are required to make a meaningful impact on the lives of young people. Engaging and practice-driven, this is an essential text for all students learning about working with young people, whether on youth work or allied courses. It includes case-studies, tasks, further reading and reflective questions to help readers make connections between their own knowledge and practice.



College Ready

College Ready Author Michelle G. Knight and Joanne E. Marciano
ISBN-10 9780807771570
Release 2015-04-24
Pages 168
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This book will support teachers, counselors, and administrators in creating a culturally relevant, school-wide, college-going culture to improve educational experiences and outcomes for Black and Latina/o youth. The authors present the perspectives and experiences of 25 students, focusing on the complexities of their daily lives and illuminating some of the significant influences that have supported or hindered their college readiness and access. They situate issues of college access in a national context, provide insight into who and what influences youths college-going processes, and engage readers in critical analysis to create culturally relevant policies and practices within their own school contexts.



Leave No Child Behind

Leave No Child Behind Author James Comer
ISBN-10 9780300133424
Release 2008-10-01
Pages 352
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The call-to-arms to “leave no child behind” in America has become popularly associated with the Bush administration’s education plan—a plan that actually diverges greatly from the ideals of the Children’s Defense Fund, which originated the concept. Here, in a bold and engaging new book, Dr. James Comer reclaims this now-famous exhortation as a tool for positive and substantive change. Far removed from the federal government’s focus on standardized testing as the panacea for our educational ills, Dr. Comer’s argument—drawn from his own experiences as the creator of the School Development Program—urges teachers, policymakers, and parents alike to work toward creating a new kind of school environment. In so doing, Dr. Comer reignites a crucial debate as he details the evolution and many successes of his School Development Program since its inception thirty-five years ago, and he illustrates how his model for change has proven effective in public schools throughout the country. Most important, he offers proof that students from all backgrounds can learn at a high level, adopt positive behavioral attitudes, and prepare for a fulfilling adult life, if they learn in schools that provide adequate support for their complete development--schools that know that leaving no child behind should be much more than just a convenient political slogan.



Motivating and preparing Black youth to work

Motivating and preparing Black youth to work Author Jawanza Kunjufu
ISBN-10 UOM:39015021854404
Release 1986-08-01
Pages 74
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How to reduce the dropout rate and motivate black children.



3Story Participant s Guide

3Story Participant s Guide Author Dave Rahn
ISBN-10 9780310860938
Release 2009-08-30
Pages 96
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You have a story to tell. Maybe you didn't realize that. When you decided to follow Jesus, your story really started to develop. God has a story to tell. Since before you were born, God has been pursuing you. He sent his son for you—and your friends. Your friends have stories. Maybe their stories don't include Jesus—yet. That's where you and 3Story come in. Evangelism is an essential element of every youth group. But when traditional evangelism methods prove awkward, ineffective, or uncomfortable for students to embrace, it’s almost impossible to equip your students to understand and share their faith. But 3Story® is different. 3Story is a way of life that guides followers of Christ to BE good news while telling stories of THE Good News. Based squarely on relationships, 3Story focuses God’s story, my story (the student), and their story (their friends). This curriculum course based on Youth for Christ’s 3Story training presents an interactive learning experience that equips students to live and practice the 3Story lifestyle—a biblically based, culturally relevant form of discipleship-evangelism that emphasizes being real in personal interactions.



School and Work in the Eastern Caribbean

School and Work in the Eastern Caribbean Author Andreas Blom
ISBN-10 9780821374597
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 76
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This book reviews current education and skills training options in the Eastern Caribbean and asks whether the prevailing education policies adequately prepare youth for the global economy. It provides in-depth analysis and relevant international cutting-edge practices to guide policymakers, educators and private sector leaders in fostering a creative, productive and well-paid workforce. Specifically, it makes the case for why the OECS education and training systems need to be more responsive to changing labor market demands in the region, and discusses how this could be achieved, taking into c.



The Changing Landscape of Youth Work

The Changing Landscape of Youth Work Author Kristen M. Pozzoboni
ISBN-10 9781681235653
Release 2016-07-01
Pages 265
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The purpose of this book is to compile and publicize the best current thinking about training and professional development for youth workers. School age youth spend far more of their time outside of school than inside of school. The United States boasts a rich and vibrant ecosystem of Out?of?School Time programs and funders, ranging from grassroots neighborhood centers to national Boys and Girls Clubs. The research community, too, has produced some scientific consensus about defining features of high quality youth development settings and the importance of after?school and informal programs for youth. But we know far less about the people who provide support, guidance, and mentoring to youth in these settings. What do youth workers do? What kinds of training, certification, and job security do they have? Unlike K?12 classroom teaching, a profession with longstanding – if contested – legitimacy and recognition, “youth work” does not call forth familiar imagery or cultural narratives. Ask someone what a youth worker does and they are just as likely to think you are talking about a young person working at her first job as they are to think you mean a young adult who works with youth. This absence of shared archetypes or mental models is matched by a shortage of policies or professional associations that clearly define youth work and assume responsibility for training and preparation. This is a problem because the functions performed by youth workers outside of school are critical for positive youth development, especially in our current context governed by widening income inequality. The US has seen a decline in social mobility and an increase in income inequality and racial segregation. This places a greater premium on the role of OST programs in supporting access and equity to learning opportunities for children, particularly for those growing up in neighborhoods of concentrated poverty. Fortunately, in the past decade there has been an emergence of research and policy arguments about the importance of naming, defining, and attending to the profession of youth work. A report released in 2013 by the DC Children and Youth Investment Corporation suggests employment opportunities for youth workers are growing faster than the national average; and as the workforce increases, so will efforts to professionalize it through specialized training and credentials. Our purpose in this volume is to build on that momentum by bringing together the best scholarship and policy ideas – coming from in and outside of higher education – about conceptions of youth work and optimal types of preparation and professional development.



Educating for Global Competence

Educating for Global Competence Author Veronica Boix Mansilla
ISBN-10 1936123096
Release 2011
Pages 238
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Educating for Global Competence has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Educating for Global Competence also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Educating for Global Competence book for free.



A Critical Approach to Youth Culture

A Critical Approach to Youth Culture Author Pamela Erwin
ISBN-10 9780310395928
Release 2010-08-10
Pages 240
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"Adolescent culture is always changing, making it difficult for youth pastors to keep up. Even college students who are a few years out of high school find it challenging to stay current with the changing culture of teens. However, when equipped with tools that help them think critically about culture on a broad scale, youth ministry students can be prepared for a strategic ministry to teens that effectively addresses the youth cultural context. This academic resource uses a multi-disciplinary approach to understand culture by exploring the nature, theology, ecology, and ethnography of culture, then combining these different perspectives to develop a critical approach to youth culture."



Practicing Passion

Practicing Passion Author Kenda Creasy Dean
ISBN-10 0802847129
Release 2004-04-26
Pages 260
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Youth and the Quest for a Passionate Church.



Research on Preparing Preservice Teachers to Work Effectively with Emergent Bilinguals

Research on Preparing Preservice Teachers to Work Effectively with Emergent Bilinguals Author Yvonne S. Freeman
ISBN-10 9781784412647
Release 2014-09-22
Pages 370
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Teacher educators from institutions across the U.S. report their research with preservice teachers in large cities, suburban communities, and rural border areas. The authors explain what they have learned as they have conducted research on education for preservice teachers who will teach emergent bilinguals in mainstream, bilingual, and ESL.



Preparing Youth for the 21st Century The Transition from Education to the Labour Market Proceedings of the Washington D C Conference 23 24 February 1999

Preparing Youth for the 21st Century  The Transition from Education to the Labour Market Proceedings of the Washington D C  Conference    23 24 February 1999 Author OECD
ISBN-10 9789264173422
Release 1999-09-02
Pages 460
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This publication points the way to future initiatives to improve youth labour market and educational outcomes as identified by policy-makers and experts of OECD countries brought together at the Washington Conference "Preparing Youth for the 21st Century."



The Means to Grow Up

The Means to Grow Up Author Robert Halpern
ISBN-10 9781135902940
Release 2013-02-01
Pages 248
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In The Means to Grow Up, Robert Halpern describes the pedagogical importance of "apprenticeship"—a growing movement based in schools, youth-serving organizations, and arts, civic, and other cultural institutions. This movement aims to re-engage youth through in-depth learning and unique experiences under the guidance of skilled professionals. Employing a "pedagogy of apprenticeship," these experiences combine specific, visceral, and sometimes messy work with opportunity for self-expression, increasing responsibility, and exposure to the adult world. Grounded in ethnographic studies, The Means to Grow Up illustrates how students work in unique ways around these meaningful activities and projects across a range of disciplines. Participation in these efforts strengthens skills, dispositions, and self-knowledge that is critical to future schooling and work, renews young peoples’ sense of vitality, and fosters a grounded sense of accomplishment. In unearthing the complexities of apprenticeship learning, Halpern challenges the education system that is increasingly geared towards the acquisition of de-contextualized skills. Instead, he reveals how learning alongside experienced adults can be a profoundly challenging and complex endeavor for adolescents and offers readers an exciting vision of what education can and should be about.



Enhancing Learning Through Technology

Enhancing Learning Through Technology Author
ISBN-10 9789814471404
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Enhancing Learning Through Technology has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Enhancing Learning Through Technology also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Enhancing Learning Through Technology book for free.