Career Readiness

Welcome to this collaborative space where educators can find the tools necessary to help students make more Informed choices about life after high school.

About

Educators and Career Readiness Partners can use the Career Readiness Hub to:

  • Discover and Rate openly-licensed teaching and learning materials in support of Academic and Career Planning activities

  • Share high-quality openly-licensed teaching and learning materials you have created or used to support Academic and Career Planning.

  • Connect and collaborate with others involved with delivering Career Readiness/ACP programming in K-12 districts.

The Career Readiness Hub is sponsored by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.  We are working  to gather all of the great resources created by educators, districts, CESA coordinators, and the DPI relative to Academic and Career Planning and Career Readiness  in one spot so they are accessible to all students and staff in the state of Wisconsin.  This hub helps ensure more equitable access to career readiness materials, so ALL Wisconsin students have the opportunity to graduate ready for career, community, and lifelong learning.

 

Career Readiness Matters

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Student Resources

OER Onboarding

Welcome and OER Onboarding - YOU matter! We know you’ve been busy discovering and creating resources to deliver Academic and Career Planning to your students. Through the WISELearn platform, we’re dedicated to helping you share Open Education Resources with other educators across the state.

What exactly is an Open Education Resource? A resource is truly OER if it contains digital content that align to these five tenets:

  • Retain: May make or own copies
  • Reuse: Use in a wide variety of ways
  • Revise: Adapt, modify, and improve
  • Remix: Combine two or more
  • Redistribute: Share with others

Is a website with great information which is copyrighted by the company that maintains the website considered OER? NO. How about an original career video that you recorded and uploaded to YouTube? YES, it's OER! Watch the following video to learn more about Open Education Resources and licenses that protect your original content through Creative Commons: video

Create OER with Open Author

The CCR Hub is a community of Wisconsin educators where you can share resources that you’ve created through Open Author. Follow the directions in the video below to get started: “Create OER with Open Author” video

Terms & Definitions

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