This research seeks to understand how foundational concepts and skills that are introduced and developed by teachers in Grades 4 to 6 connect to career-related learning in Canadian classrooms.
These three literature reviews benefit:
- Teachers – in elementary and secondary schools who are supporting their students with career-related learning;
- Guidance counsellors – who are delivering and managing career-related knowledge, information and services across their schools
- School leaders and district school board administrators – who are determining the scope of career-related learning across their schools
- Curriculum developers – who are looking for worthwhile practices to incorporate into career-related programming and development
- Policymakers – who are directing courses of action across the policy life cycle, and are evaluating the role of different policy actors within career-related policy in schools
- Government – who are making decisions as to what career-related learning should look like in schools
- Business and industry partners – who are making decisions to form or undertake strategies that support career-related learning in their local and broader community schools
Credits & thanks to our international research team: Lorraine Godden, Nicki Moore, Heather Nesbitt, Stefan Merchant.
To learn more about this project, contact Dr Lorraine Godden at email@example.com.