We are excited to announce that 2 new lessons for students are available! You will find a variety of activities within each lesson including role-play scenarios, interactive games, and classroom and community-based activities.

 

New Lesson: Labor Markets and Types of Employment

As students explore employment options, it is important for them to understand the labor market and options for employment. This lesson provides opportunities for students to learn about navigating labor market information while learning about the similarities and differences between full-time and part-time jobs.

  • Pre-ETS Connection: Job Exploration Counseling
  • After completing this lesson, students will be able to identify the similarities and differences between employment options while using labor market information to explore their work opportunities.
  • The Activity Plan for instructors offers guidance on implementing this lesson

New Lesson: Career Pathways and Goals

As students explore postsecondary education options, it is important for them to understand how college or training programs can lead them to achieve their career goals. This lesson provides opportunities for students to explore career pathways and determine what college or training programs can help them to get the education they will need for their desired career.

  • Pre-ETS Connections: Postsecondary Education Counseling and Job Exploration Counseling
  • After completing this lesson, students will be able to explain how goals and career pathways impact their decision about what type of college or training program to attend after high school.
  • The Activity Plan for instructors offers guidance on implementing this lesson

Instructor Guide  

Be sure to log in and view the Instructor Guide for Activity Plans, Lesson Trackers, a Transition Portfolio Tip Sheet, and more! This can be accessed with your Transition TN Educator or Provider login information.  

Please note: Students are not required to create accounts in order to access the content and activities intended for their use. A login is only required for the instructor guide page of the student website. For more information about our privacy policy, click here.