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- US Department of Education Career Clusters
- Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
- Architecture & Construction
- Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
- Business Management & Administration
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- Human services
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Exploring has partnered with Operation Prevention, a substance abuse prevention program designed for elementary, middle and high school students. To combat America’s rapidly growing opioid and heroin epidemic, the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Discovery Education have launched this new joint nationwide education initiative.
This session helps participants identify learning style preferences.
Getting things done involves setting goals. Making a goal “SMART” is the first step in meeting it.
This session will help Explorers understand that students learn in various ways, but despite differences in learning styles, all students can be successful.
This session will help participants become aware of their learning styles and how that awareness can help them become more effective learners.
This session introduces ways for visual learners to accommodate other learning styles into their own approaches to learning.
Explorers will be introduced to things to consider when buying a used car, including mechanical condition and insurance costs.
Explorers will be introduced to the basics of automotive maintenance and understand the importance of routine inspections and replacement or repair of worn or damaged components.
Explorers will be introduced to the auto technology work environment and will learn about the importance of establishing and following safety procedures.
Participants will conduct a job search using a professional search website. Explorers will examine how their professional interests factor into the skills and qualities associated with jobs they may wish to pursue.