Computing Disciplines: A quick guide for prospective students and career advisors
is a guide for high school teachers, counsellors and post-secondary career advisors. Developed in partnership with Mount Royal University, this guide helps students to understand the distinct disciplines within the computing field, and related career paths that best suit their interests and abilities.
You can download this guide for free at ceric.ca/computing. Also, CERIC is hosting a free webinar on Computing Careers Explained! How Our New Guide Can Help You Advise Students on May 22, 2018 with Dr Janet Miller, Randy Connolly and Dr Faith-Michael Uzoka, the authors of the guide. All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar, so register even if you can't attend
Top 25 Canada's Best 25 Jobs 2017
Transferrable Skills Identification Worksheet
Workplace Readiness Skills
Want a CPA school workshop? These workshops teach students basic concepts and skills through interactive activities and case studies. The CPA provides a CPA volunteer to lead the session with a prepared presentation, activities, handouts and worksheets. More info…
Grades 10/11 "Budgeting & Saving", "Credit Cards & Debt", "Earning Income", "Goal Setting"
Explore careers by SKILLS & Knowledge
Grades 9-12 Let's Talk Energy! Educational resources and kits
How To Earn Money (ELA) - introduce students to many new career ideas and help them expand their career dreams. They can also connect their skills to jobs they can do now and in the future http://www.makeitcountonline.ca/msc/instructors/pdf/MSC-Teacher-Guide_en/Earning_Money.pdf
Grade 8-10 Physical Science project: How to Make Salt Water Drinkable:
Intro to Lean 101
Intro to Lean 101 - Discovery
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages. No experience needed. Ages 4 to 104. https://hourofcode.com/ca
Empowering Grade 7-9 Students to Make Smart, Lifelong Financial Choices
Through the newly updated Dollars With Sense program, Grade 7-9 students get the vital tools they need to make smart financial decisions, live debt-free and become savvy investors. Students learn personal money management skills that they can apply to their lives ... beginning now.
Boundary Trails Health Centre Volunteer Opportunities
St. Boniface Volunteer Opportunities
If you are closer to Winnipeg than any other health facility, or you have a student who is looking at volunteering or doing a job shadow for a day, consider St. Boniface Hospital http://www.sbgh.mb.ca/searchresults.html?q=volunteer
In Economics for Success, Grade 8-10 students take a closer look at the advantages of staying in school, as well as learn what's needed to succeed in today's workforce.
Do you have a student that has an entrepreneurial mind? Community Futures offers youth micro loan programs for ages 15-24 who are interested in starting their own business!
There is also an opportunity to invite the business analyst into your classroom.
A resource for Career Development & Science teachers and students to explore a vast array of STEM careers "Curio City Where Science Matters" http://explorecuriocity.org
1. Find standards-aligned content - Khan Academy offers K-14 content in math, science, history, economics and more.
2. Make assignments – more than instructional videos & articles, offers thousands of interactive practice problems
3. Track student progress – powerful reports show you student activity, gaps & progress