Educators Use Career "Games" to Teach Lifelong Career Management Skills
Jarvis, Phillip S., Techniques
In half the schools in Canada and in over 25,000 classrooms across the United States students from grade 3 to grade 12 are being introduced to careers through an innovative new game-based process called The Real Game Series. Originated in Canada, these programs have been developed and tested through a not-for-profit international partnership involving the Governments of Canada and the U.S., State and Provincial Departments of Education and professional associations across both countries.
Most youth aren't sure how to make informed, intentional career decisions. Just prior to graduation many are not clear what they want to do when they enter the workforce. The majority of students …
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Publication information: Article title: Educators Use Career "Games" to Teach Lifelong Career Management Skills. Contributors: Jarvis, Phillip S. - Author. Magazine title: Techniques. Volume: 79. Issue: 1 Publication date: January 2004. Page number: 34. © 2007 Association for Career and Technical Education. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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