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A SCANS Report for America 2000. What the US Department of Labor Wants From YOU As an Employee in America’s Work Force. SCANS? S ecretary’s C ommission on A chieving N ecessary S kills. Why SCANS? To help educators make high school courses more relevant to the needs of a modern work force.

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a scans report for america 2000

A SCANS Report for America 2000

What the US Department of Labor Wants From YOU As an Employee in America’s Work Force.

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Why SCANS? To help educators make high school courses more relevant to the needs of a modern work force.
basic skills
BASIC SKILLS
  • READING
  • WRITING
  • ARITHMETIC
  • MATHEMATICS
  • LISTENING
  • SPEAKING
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BASIC SKILLS
  • CREATIVE THINKING
  • DECISION MAKING
  • PROBLEM SOLVING
  • SEEING THINGS IN THE MIND’S EYE
  • KNOWING HOW TO LEARN
  • REASONING
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READINGCan I locate, understand, and interpret information from manuals, graphs, online resources, and schedules-to perform tasks?
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WRITINGHow well do I communicate my thoughts, ideas, information, and messages in writing? Do I understand the difference between formal register and informal register when communicating?

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ARITHMETICHow well do I make estimates in my head? Can I use whole numbers and percentages in practical situations? Do I have a sense of measurement for time, space, or distance?

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MATHEMATICSCan I solve practical problems with mathematical techniques?Do I know how to figure how much carpet to buy? Do I know how much paint it would take to paint a room?

listening
LISTENING
  • RECEIVES
  • ATTENDS
  • INTERPRETS
  • AND RESPONDS TO VERBAL MESSAGES
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SPEAKINGHow well do I present information to others? Do I speak clearly and respond to listener feedback?
creative thinking
CREATIVE THINKING
  • Uses imagination and combines ideas and information in new ways.
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DECISION MAKINGHow well do I evaluate risks and choose the best alternatives? How often do my choices get me into trouble?
problem solving
PROBLEM SOLVING
  • Do I recognize when a problem exists?
  • Do I know how to find the resources I need?
  • Can I make a plan to solve it?
  • Do I evaluate progress?
  • Can I revise the plan if it doesn’t work?
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Seeing Things Through the Mind’s EyeDo I see the total picture?Do I see a building when I read a blueprint?Can I see the system’s operation from the schematic or storyboard design?

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KNOWING HOW TO LEARNHow well do I take the foundation skills that have been provided to me for many years and apply them to new information? What kind of foundation do I really have?

reasoning
REASONING
  • Do I have logical thinking skills? Do I approach a problem with a plan? Am I able to see the next step to accomplish a goal?
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BASIC SKILLS= ACADEMIC GRADES these are EASY TO MEASURE….NOW ON TO the Most IMPORTANT SKILLS FOR SUCCESS.
personal qualities
RESPONSIBILITY

SELF-ESTEEM

SOCIAL

SELF-MANAGEMENT

INTEGRITY

HONESTY

PERSONAL QUALITIES
responsibility
RESPONSIBILITY
  • DO I EXERT A HIGH LEVEL OF EFFORT TO ACHIEVE A GOAL? Do I have a Good Work Ethic?
  • WHAT ABOUT MY ENTHUSIASM?
  • AM I PUNCTUAL IN ARRIVAL, ATTENDANCE, and for DEADLINES?
  • ARE MY STANDARDS HIGH?
  • DO I HAVE MATERIALS FOR CLASS?
  • DO I PERSIST EVEN IF I THINK THE WORK IS HARD?
self esteem
DO I BELIEVE IN MYSELF?

WILL I LET OTHERS SEE MY SKILLS OR DO I HIDE WITH POOR BEHAVIOR?

DO I REALIZE I INFLUENCE OTHERS?

WILL I TRY TO DO THE RIGHT THING WHEN OTHERS DON’T?

SELF-ESTEEM
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SELF-MANAGEMENTDO I SET GOALS AND COMPLETE WORK?DO I EXHIBIT SELF-CONTROL?DO I PLAN WITH & UTILIZE TIMELINES?DO I RESPOND TO FEEDBACK WITHOUT GETTING DEFENSIVE?

integrity honesty
INTEGRITY/HONESTY
  • CAN I BE TRUSTED?
  • IF ASKED TO GET A TASK DONE AND LEFT UNSUPERVISED, DO I WORK or GOOF OFF?
  • DO I TELL THE TRUTH EVEN IF IT MIGHT BE UNCOMFORTABLE FOR ME?
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You will be responsible for giving yourself a portion of your own SCANS grade in this class.To be successful adults in the work place you will learn to develop the SCANS skills that every employer wants.