Got Career Goals? by Louise SpilsburyIt's never too early for teens to start thinking about their future careers, but planning ahead can be stressful and overwhelming. Whether they want to make their dream job a reality or are unsure what field to pursue, this guide will help teenagers assess their interests, skills, and goals and turn them into a rewarding career path. Readers will find out how to research jobs that reflect their talents and personality, how to plan ahead for the qualifications they'll need, and how to gain experience through internships, volunteering, or part-time jobs.
Publication Date: 2018
Job Interview Basics/ Job Ready (Job Skills) by Higgins M.G.; Gray PJThemes: LifeSkills, Job Interview Basics, Job Skills, Independent Living, Flip Book, Fiction, Nonfiction, Teen, Young Adult, Emergent Reader, Hi-Lo, Hi-Lo Books, Hi-Lo Solutions, High-Low Books, Hi-Low Books, ELL, EL, ESL, Struggling Learner, Struggling Reader, Special Education, SPED, Newcomers, Reading, Learning, Education, Educational, Educational Books. Each 5-book set in the series covers a key aspect of independent living, such as managing money, finding and keeping a job, or completing common household tasks. Developed for students reading at the most basic level, the books range in readability from 1.0-1.7 and have Lexile scores of 150 to 250. Each book is actually two books in one, with a nonfiction side and a fiction side. The nonfiction side teaches students about an important life skills topic, and the fiction side helps them generalize the skills as they read about teens in real-world situations. JOB SKILLS: Build students job skills with this five-book set. Important aspects of jobs and managing basic skills on your own are explored in these nonfiction/fiction flip books. Topics include: preparing a resume, finding a job, job interview basics, how to act on the job, and employee rights.
Supporting Autistic Tertiary LearnersA set of guides to assist staff at tertiary education organisations to understand what autistic learners need from them to support them in their educational journey.
These guides are organised around six main topics, based on common themes that emerged from the consultation process. The guides are informed by lived experience, published research and educational best practices.