All resources in SST10 Network for Secondary Community Schools

Career Aisle

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This website brings an abundance of career education and job shadowing videos to your computer, tablet or mobile device! These videos provide insight into a wide array of professions, as students plan the pathway that best suits them.

Material Type: Interactive, Lesson, Simulation

My Next Move

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Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration and developed by the National Center for O*NET Development, the My Next Move: O*NET Interest Profiler helps students discover their interests and how they relate to the world of work using a color-coded survey that includes smiley-face symbols to accompany the numbers to denote level of interest. O*NET in-it This page includes information from My Next Move by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA). Used under the CC BY 4.0 license. O*NET® is a trademark of USDOL/ETA.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Assessment, Interactive

Author: U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Adminstration


Career Exploration: Transitions to Work

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These curated resources can help Intervention Specialists, Parents, and Administrators with guiding students through the transition period while they are matriculating from the K-12 setting to College, Trade School, or the Work Force. The resources can be used to help meet IEP Goals and Objectives for students with disabilities. 

Material Type: Audio/Video, Diagram/Illustration, Lesson Plan

Author: Amy Stanley


Financial Literacy: Financial Responsibility & Decision Making

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According to Ohio's Learning Standards for Financial Literacy, "Financial Literacy is defined as the ability to read, analyze, manage and communicate about personal financial conditions that affect one's material well-being. It includes the ability to discern financial choices, discuss money and financial issues without (or despite) discomfort, plan for the future and respond completely to life events that affect every day financial decisions, including events in the general economy."This content pack is intended to be a way to discover new resources and lessons for financial literacy that can be used in grades 9-12. The standards being referenced are ODEW Site: Ohio's Financial Literacy Standards for Financial Literacy, page 9 (high school). Though it is not mentioned here, it may hit additional standards within Social Studies, Mathematics, or other topics within Financial Literacy. Specific content standards that were used to find relevant resources are:

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Interactive, Lesson, Lesson Plan, Reading, Student Guide, Teaching/Learning Strategy

Author: Joni Sexton

Financial Literacy Activities

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A collection of financial literacy activities and mini-lessons from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The search results can be further refined by national standard (Council for Economic Education or Jump$tart Coalition), student setup (e.g. full group, pairs, small group), duration, and teaching strategy used.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Personal Finance

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A full course presented by Khan Academy that features video lectures, short activities, and assessments in units on Saving and Budgeting, Interest and Debt, Investments and Retirement, Income and Benefits, Housing, Car Expenses, Taxes, Paying for College, and Keeping Your Information Safe.

Material Type: Full Course