Adult Career Pathways Resources
Not a course, but a resource that can be used in any career pathways course/program. Resources include videos, worksheets, templates, and career-specific guides and infographics. An Implementation Guide is provided for instructors/program staff for effective utilization of the website. || AUTHOR: ProLiteracy and Pearson
Practicing Speaking & Listening Skills in English in the Workplace: High Beginning / Low Intermediate Level
Develops skills and confidence in English speaking and listening, to improve communication in the current workplace. Topics include time, giving and receiving instructions, asking for clarification, calling in late or sick, safety, and small talk. Course was designed for and delivered at BIX Produce Co. || AUTHOR: Mary Ellen Kavanaugh, MORE St. Paul
“Minds On” Project-Based Learning in Adult Career Pathways: Designing Well-Balanced Career-Based Lessons for Low-Literacy English Language Learners
In project-based learning (PBL) students pose an important problem or issue, identify how to respond, and present results to a wider audience. Using PBL in adult career pathway (ACP) courses can develop mastery of academic and occupational content, help master transitions skills, and promotes equity. This PowerPoint slide set outlines the components of PBL as implemented in an ACP course, research about the effectiveness of PBL, and concrete examples of PBL used with low-literacy ELLs.
Adult Career Pathways Glossary
Confused about Adult Career Pathways and transitions terminology? You’re not alone! See this handy ACP glossary.