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Guidance and toolkits

This section provides links to guidance documents and practical resources to support strategies for pedagogic and curriculum development in relation to careers, work experience and employment:


DfES (2003b) Career education and guidance in England. A National Framework 11-19. Department for Employment and Skills, London

A guidance document that the Department for Education & Skills (DfES) and the Connexions service produced to help head teachers, senior managers and curriculum co-ordinators implement national framework requirements.


Law. B. (2001).New Dots: Career learning for a contemporary world. Cambridge: NICEC

The DOTS analysis is a tool for reviewing and sharpening learning aims for careers education and guidance such as; decision learning, opportunity awareness, transition learning and self awareness.

 

Using the Internet - Careers Education and Guidance.

This resource has been compiled to save teachers time and provide an imaginative bank of ideas that can be applied throughout schools and colleges. The price for the Toolkit is £295 plus VAT.www.pearsonpublishing.co.uk/education/catalogue/494199.html

 

Newby, M. (2005), A curriculum for 2020, Journal of Education for Teaching, Vol. 31, No. 4, pp. 297-300.

This article argues that today's curriculum must change from protecting cultural wealth for the powerful and continuing to use traditional instruments to measure learners’ achievements in preparation for adult life.

 

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