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The Workforce Investment Board Online Toolkit | California Council on Science & Technology (CCST)
The enGauge list of 21st century skills is compiled from many excellent works published in the ‘s, as well as comtemporary literature, emerging research, and the voice of representatives from education, business, and industry. SB Biomethane Regulations. Teaming, collaboration, and interpersonal skills Personal and social responsibility Interactive communication.
The driving force for the 21st century centurg the intellectual capital of citizens.
Basic scientific, mathematical, and technological literacies Visual and information literacies Cultural literacy and global awareness. The en-Gauge 21st Century Skills. To engage leading experts in science and technology to advise State policymakers – ensuring that California policy is strengthened and informed by scientific knowledge, research, and innovation.
Useful publications and links It includes 11 original downloadable support documents and links to dozens more that are potentially useful to WIBs. Adaptablility and ability to manage complexity Curiosity, creativity, and risk-taking Higher-order thinking and sound reasoning. Engaugee Investment Board Toolkit.
The enGauge 21st-Century Skills
SuiteSacramento, CA The WIB Toolkit is an online sourcebook with over pages of material, sorted into five easy to navigate, cross-linked sections, including:. What they share, however, is a set of central functions.
Six programs that are making a difference Resources: Every WIB has its own charter, organization, and unique context. Political, social, and economic advances in the United States during this millennium will be possbile only if the intellectual potential of American youth is developed now. The CCST “Racing for the Future” online toolkit is designed to help provide focus and information to Workforce Investment Boards WIBsproviding them with essential tools for understanding their environment and adapting successfully to it.
A Blueprint for Workforce Excellence. Important functions and their relation to preparing the workforce of the future Industry profiles: The WIB Toolkit is an online sourcebook with over pages of material, sorted into five easy to navigate, cross-linked sections, including: The enGauge list is intended to provide the public, business, sklls, and education with a common understanding of and language for discussing the skills needed by students and workers in this emerging Digital Age.
The urgency to build the capacity of American workers to meet the needs of the 21st century is readily apparent in the number of high-profile groups publishing reports as “calls for action.
enGauge 21st century skills: Literacy in the Digital Age (Book Notes – In Progress)
This resource was developed through collaboration among three organizations: This toolkit is designed to help WIBs build upon and support those functions. It includes 11 original downloadable support documents and links to dozens more that are soills useful to WIBs.
Ability to prioritize, plan, and manage for results Effective centurj of real-world tools Relevant, high quality products. It should be no surprise that what students are learning – as well as how they learn it and how often they must refresh these skill sets – is changing.
Overviews of key high-tech industries in California Case studies: A matrix that cross-matches the enGaugh skills with those of nine previous works is also available. The enGauge project is based on the premise that pre-K schools should incorporate 21st-century skills and proficiencies into school curricula within the context of academic standards.