How’d You Get THAT Job?!: Understood.org podcast

“Explore the unique (and often unexpected) career paths of people who learn and think differently. Listen as host Eleni Matheou talks with people about finding a job they love​ — and how it reflects who they are and how they learn.”

The One-Week Job Project

“What makes you come alive? The One-Week Job Project was created by Sean Aiken who worked 52 jobs in 52 weeks to discover his passion.”

UP Skills for Work

“UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.”

McGill University’s Career Planning Service: How-to Guides

“The following comprehensive guides have been developed to help you during the job search process. You are encouraged to consult them as you write your CV or cover letter, prepare for an interview, job fairs.”

CS First by Google for Education

“A free computer science curriculum that makes coding easy to teach and fun to learn.”

Action Plan on Digital Technology

“Resources for new technologies and support for their use in the classroom.”

True or Alternative Facts Classroom Activity

“Students are asked to analyze satirical and actual news stories. Students will then produce a satire and genuine blog post about a recent news item. “

Critical Evaluation of a Website for Secondary

A worksheet to help guide students through the website evaluation process.

Sharing Information about Careers with Infographics

“Students research specific careers based on their own interests and then report their findings to the class.”

Representing Ourselves Online

“Students are introduced to the idea of avatars as a kind of ‘dressing up’ inside video games and consider the ways in which the technical, generic and aesthetic limitations on avatar creation and customization affect their choices and their ability to represent themselves online.”

When Is Your Brain Ready for Social Media?

“What percentage of 11 and 12 year olds have social media? Why is the age limit for Social Media 13? How does social media negatively affect youth? How does social media positively affect youth?”

Building Your Brand: Establishing a Positive Online Presence

” Techniques for taking control of your online image. This involves removing things that puts you in a negative light and drowning out less-than-desirable representations with material that makes a more positive impression.”

Emplois d’avenir

This site shows what job opportunities are in demand at the national level and in all regions of Quebec.

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