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Mapping Your Future From the Counselor's Office The FunWorks This Web site is about careers. Not just the interesting ones other people have, but the ones YOU can have. Don't know where to start? Well, dive right in and: EXPLORE many different areas, not just the ones that seem obvious THINK about what you enjoy. You may not know now exactly what you want to do as an adult, but this site will help you start. Not sure what to click on? Click here if you're interested in any careers having to do with Math or Science.

Nepris - Connecting Industry to Classrooms Career Test, Career Assessment, Respected Career & Education Advice | Career Key The Goalbook Blog | Personalizing Education Keyboarding Online by Ellsworth Publishing Co. Americas Promise Alliance - Career Exploration Get in the Game: Keep Kids in School and Prepare Them for Careers Nearly one in three high school students fails to graduate. Millions more lack the skills they will need for college and work. Our Alliance is committed to helping the nation cut the dropout rate in half — and to ensure that all graduates are equipped for success in college, work and life. A key part of this nationwide effort involves providing more opportunities for young people to explore careers. Whether you’re a teacher, a businessperson or part of a youth-serving organization, you can play an important role in reversing the dropout crisis by helping students explore careers.

Writing a Business Letter, Lesson Plan, Worksheets, Teaching Information Procedure: Teachers: discuss with your students the importance of proper, clear communication to a business, and how important it is to follow the formal business letter format. Hand out the example business letter to students. Go over each part in detail. Here are some topics to discuss: Business Letters are a formal way to communicate with a business or companies. Business Letter Parts (Block Style Format): In order from top to bottoms: Return address – address of letter writer. Lesson Printable Materials - Worksheets Print out the example pages and worksheets for use with this lesson:

Customer Service Lesson Plans, Training, Teaching Exercise, Course Worksheets Teach and learn basic customer service and related business principles. Here students learn an introduction to customer service and the various related terminology and vocabulary. Learn about its importance to business, customer loyalty, and how to deal with customers. In addition, we also have included informative customer service related articles. Customer Service Lessons and Worksheets Customer Service Introduction to customer service. Creating Customer Loyalty Learn to recognize the traits of a loyal customer and the importance of customer loyalty to a business's success. Determining the Needs and Wants of Customers Students develop ideas and methods for determining the needs and wants of customers. Dealing with Difficult Customer Personalities Understand the difficult personalities of customers and how to use that information to provide better service. Problems with In-Person Customer Service Understand the problems associated with in-person customer service and how to correct them.

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 10 Techy Icebreakers for The 21st Century Teacher Here are some great icebreakers you can work on using technology : 1- Self PortraitHave your students draw themselves. After they have done this, collect the papers and hang them up for the whole class to see. Now have students try to guess who the artists was for each picture. 2- Video/ audio introductions Encourage students to record a short video clip in which they introduce themselves to their peers. The teacher generates a list of words related to a topic to be taught. 5- Prior Knowledge check Giving multiple choice tests or true and false quizzes before introducing a topic or reading engages students, activates a student’s prior knowledge, and will encourage the sharing of information and resources. 6- Personalize it Teacher writes the topic to be taught on the board and then talks about how the topic relates to them by using a personal reference or story.