SCHOOL-TO-CAREER
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TOOLKIT

A Resource Guide

for educators, counselors and career staff
to support integrated teaching strategies

and principles of school-to-career

Joan B. Horikoshi
Project Director

Margaret Shelleda
Project Administrator

Dennis Smith
CFT – STC Advisory Committee Chair

Svetlana Darche
Hatchuel Tabernik & Associates

Complete Acknowledgements

Project Goal

The goal of this project is to provide professional development for educators, including teachers, counselors, career guidance staff and other youth services staff, in the concepts of “school-to-career” and “authentic learning”. This website provides tools and resources to assist in integrating rigorous school-to-career pedagogy into curriculum and practice. Consistent with the principles of authentic learning, we are making this material available in a way that allows for individualized learning and exploration. We hope the materials will promote sharing of ideas and dialogue, by providing common vocabulary and frames of reference, as well as guidelines and examples. We also encourage educators to experiment and pursue direct experiences that will bring the concepts to life and stimulate further thinking.

For Further Information
Joan B. Horikoshi, Project Director
California Federation of Teachers
One Kaiser Plaza, Suite 1440
Oakland, CA 94612
510.832.8812
www.cft.org

 

This website was produced for the Governor’s School-to-Career Advisory Council, California School-to-Career Interagency Partners by the California Federation of Teachers – AFT, AFL-CIO, Contract No. M176341, under contract with Hatchuel Tabernik and Associates. Unless attributed to others, the material presented herein was written by Svetlana Darche, Hatchuel Tabernik and Associates, with the input and editorial assistance of Joan Horikoshi, Project Director, Dennis Smith, Advisory Committee Chair, and HTA Staff and Associates, as listed. Permission to reproduce this material in whole or part is granted solely for non-profit California public education purposes. Other reproduction in any form requires permission from all entities.

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Berkeley, CA 94710
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