If one particular alternative is clearly better than the rest, your choice will be obvious.
Unit Evaluation The following products will be available for evaluation: Decision Grid Results-- a copy of the group assignment where teams of students selected the top five careers for an imaginary individual.
The Decision Grid submitted as part of this assignment is the one that students will each use throughout the unit. Ten Interests of Mine-- a word-processor document that captures student-selected text from Choices Explorer and accompanies it with an explanation by the student of why they are interested in that area.
Personal Skills-- a word-processor document that captures student-selected text from Choices Explorer related to personal skills. Students submit a list of at least 30 words that describe things they can do. Career Research Results -- a printed copy of the five most interesting careers discovered through use of the Career Finder on Choices Explorer.
Each article features highlighted or underlined sections that demonstrate the reason the student selected each career. Ten Hot Opportunities-- a word-processor document that features the names of 10 high-opportunity careers that look interesting to the student.
Each one includes two "captured text" phrases that outline what makes this career a hot opportunity. Decisions, Decisions-- a copy of the group assignment where teams of students followed a prescribed six-step, decision-making process to make four career-related decisions.
The assignment features a summary of the issues discussed by the group. Decision Grid-- a completed Decision Grid is submitted by each student, featuring at least 20 preferences and personal characteristics on the vertical axis, at least 15 career choices across the horizontal axis, and a completed grid matrix between them.
Comprehensive Career Analysis-- an in-depth assignment that examines one field of work interest in great detail. Beginning with Choices Explorer research, the student also examines traditional text resources, Internet resources and completes at least one phone interview in the career field. All of these products can be included in a student Portfolio.
Because information on the Choices Explorer resource is continuously updated, students will use fresh information to complete subsequent searches each year.
Decision-Making Process The decision-making procedure taught in this unit begins with comprehensive career research to establish an up-to-date collection of viable choices.
These choices are then prioritized by considering the risks and benefits of each choice. Consideration is given to personal preference, the best choice for future potential and the preference of significant others.
No need to do this much research to decide which shirt to wear today! It can also be used for important interpersonal decisions. The following process for decision making will be taught in these lessons: Establish Your Choices -- establish an up-to-date collection of potential decision alternatives.
Risks and Benefits -- Consider the dangers and opportunities associated with each choice. Personal Preference -- prioritize the top five choices in order of immediate personal preference. Future Impact -- prioritize the top five choices in order of best future potential.A new perspective.
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