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Tuesday, August 2 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Teaching Students to Solve Career Problems: It's Not a Mystery!

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In making career decisions, it’s not enough for students to know what their interests and abilities are, and what their corresponding options are. It’s equally important that they know what to do with that information! Career decision making is a problem solving activity that students can learn. Teaching and coaching strategies for implementing career decision-making in the classroom will be highlighted in this presentation, using the Cognitive Information Processing Career Development Model.

Speakers
avatar for Keley Smith-Keller

Keley Smith-Keller

Assistant Director, Postsecondary, SD Division of Career & Technical Education
I support South Dakota's postsecondary, technical institutes.
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Megan Tatum

SDMyLife/Student Services Specialist, South Dakota Department of Edcuation



Tuesday August 2, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Mickelson Center, Room 157 Southeast Technical Institute

Attendees (15)