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Grants: TeachNet Adaptors 2009
Exploring Careers On-Line - The Job Hunt
Name: Susan Novick
School: HS Health Professions & Human Services
Address: 345 East 15 Street
City: New York, NY, 10003
Email snovick@schools.nyc.gov
Original Project: Exploring Careers On-Line - The Job Hunt
Author: Ann Marie Horton
URL: http://teachnet-lab.org/mbhs/ahorton/careers.htm

How did you modify this unit for use in your own classroom?: Exploring Nursing Careers On-Line Students will acquire specific knowledge of nursing careers using the Internet as a research tool.

List your primary instructional objectives for your students.

  Use information gathering and decision-making skills to target a nursing career using online sources.
  Create a descriptive job profile and list educational requirements using the World Wide Web.
  Find and list at least three (3) colleges offering a nursing major using an authoritative web site.
  Write a paragraph describing the everyday life of a nurse using a personal history found on the Internet.

What role did technology play in this curriculum unit?: Students used the Internet as a tool for exploring nursing careers. They used recommended websites (and links) as much as possible.

How did you assess and evaluate student performance?: Students will: * Demonstrate the ability to read and comprehend informational materials on the Internet (Horton) * Create a portfolio of career information. * Write a well developed paragraph for each component of their portfolio. * Use the correct bibliographic form for websites used in their research. * Describe and reflect on their search strategies.

Please tell us briefly about your background & teaching experience: I am a school librarian. I have collaborated with teachers on lesson plans for career exploration.

What are your recommendations for other teachers interested in adapting this unit?: I have tailored the lesson plan to fit one career goal that some students in our school have. This lesson could easily include many different careers. The lesson could also be broadened to include many of the original goals - including resumes and cover letters.

Samples of Student Projects

  Five (5) Hot Careers in Nursing
  nursingcareers.doc
  Nurse Anesthetist
  Nurse Anesthetist.doc
  Nursing - College Degrees,Personal Stories
  colleges.doc
  Personal stories.doc
  Jobs for Nurses
  nursing jobs.doc

 

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