Welcome, Committee Members!. iNACOL Southeastern Regional Committee Webinar November 8, 2012. Co-Chair Meagan Adams. Co-Chair Debi Crabtree. Updates!. Rob Darrow Director of Member Services. Updates!. New Publications
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iNACOL Southeastern Regional Committee
November 8, 2012
Co-Chair Meagan Adams
Co-Chair Debi Crabtree
John Costilla, VP of Marketing and Business Development for WIN Learning and Creator of one of the first robust Web 2.0 social networks for teachers: WeAreTeachers.com
Joseph Goins helped lead WIN to an i3 grant award with Kentucky’s C3R program. As part of this initiative to improve student achievement among rural local educational agencies (LEAs), C3R (Career & College Readiness Transformations) is a joint venture with schools, districts, businesses and the community to serve 33 LEAs, 112 schools and 42,470 8th to 12th grade students in the area.
Employment, wages, projections
Industry, Occupation, Program
Knowledge, skills & abilities
If we don't increase the number of Americans with necessary skills, jobs will increasingly migrate abroad, creating even bigger challenges for our long-term competitiveness and economic growth.
We must all work to prepare students for 21st Century opportunities after high school.
WINprovides developmental resources
to teach employability and social skills in a career context to help students successfully transition into a career path.
Determines the levels of skill necessary to
learn a job
Policy level analysis informs local strategy
Universal Screener assesses foundational skills of each student
Intervention for foundational skills gaps
Exit-level course that prepares students for success in the workplace
Job Profiling: Determines the levels of skill necessary to learn a job
Skill Assessment: Measures an individual’s skill level
Three “levels” of questions for each skill:
Level 3 = 30 percent of jobs
Level 4 = 60 percent of jobs
Level 5 = 90 percent of jobs
Initial Skills Review
Education & Training: Efficiently closes skill gaps
Instructional courseware in work-related, applied context
Pre-tests, instruction and post-tests
120 hours of curriculum
Natural voice audio
Education & Training: behavioral, attitudinal, social, and readiness skills
A Soft SkillsCurricular Design
Based onWhat Employers Want
Module 1: Conveying Professionalism
Module 2: Communicating Effectively
Module 3: Promoting Teamwork and
CollaborationModule 4: Thinking Critically and
Career Ready for today’s job market.
Whether it’s college, trade school, military or the workplace, WIN provides
schools with the tools to prepare students to be career and college ready.
VP, Marketing & Business Development