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James herbert blake high school 2014 2015 course offerings

James Herbert Blake High School 2014-2015 Course Offerings

Career, Business, Internships Multimedia ,Technology Education and Engineering


2014-2015 School Year

Course Offerings

  • Technology Education and Engineering

  • Multimedia and Computer Science

  • Business Education

  • Child Development

  • College & Career Development

  • Internships

  • EduCorps


Child development

Look What’s New – Advanced level Child Development Classes

  • Child Development 1 4880

  • remains on-level foundation course in the sequence.

  • BUT

  • Child Development 2 & 3 courses will be Advanced-Level, including the Education Internship.

  • Advanced-level classes are a 5 point “A”

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Ms. Kauffman


Who takes child development anyone

I want to Classes

  • Work in the child care industry.

  • Teach pre-K thru college

  • Be a trainer or educator in industry.

  • Go into law, sociology, psychology, nursing or medicine or any field related to children.

  • Future parents

Who Takes Child Development?Anyone!


Child & Adolescent Development Classes Education Pathway

4 courses taken 10th-12th grade

Tell me more…..

  • Developmental psychology

  • Exposure to children and teaching your own lesson plans

  • Learning to work in groups and developing leadership skills

  • “Authentic” -Teaching real 3 to 5 year old children.

  • New addition of advanced level CD2, CD3 and internship.

  • 6 weeks training on how to teach content.

  • Seminars about physical, social, emotional and intellectual development and topics related to children.

  • Having FUN!-all work in class without homework.


Educorps becoming tomorrows teachers

  • Designed for students in grades 11 and 12 Classeswith a GPA of 2.5 or higher

  • Students are assigned to work with a teacher for tutoring or assisting with instruction.

  • Students receive a grade and 30 SSL hours

  • EduCorps Coordinator: Mrs. Shepherd B223

EduCorpsBecoming tomorrows Teachers

Ms. Shepherd.


College career development

College & Career Development

Ms. Gleason


College career research development ccrd program

College /Career Research & Development (CCRD) Program


  • College/Career Seminar Classes

    • Class 8065/8066

  • Site Based Work Experience (SBWE) 5441/5442

    • Double period working in the community

      Earn Money and get an education at the same time. $


Internships

Where are you interested? Classes

Education – Health Care – Theatre – Physical Therapy – Veterinary Medicine – Law Offices – Accountants – Realtors – Graphic Arts – Marketing - Business

  • Perform a Career Exploration Project before you decide on a college major

  • Types of Internships

    • Single Period

    • Double Period

    • Triple Period

Internships

  • Factoid:

  • 58 percent of interns ended up being hired full-time

  • 40 percent of new entry-level hires come from internship and co-op programs

  • Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers


2014-2015 School Year Classes

Course Offerings

  • Technology Education and Engineering

  • Multimedia and Computer Science

  • Business Education

  • Child Development

  • College & Career Development

  • Internships

  • EduCorps


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