Section 7: Training plan for vocational preparation and internships after the end of this section, learners can correctly complete the typical training plans for preparation and internships. In Texas, public school districts have a responsibility to ensure that any teacher assigned to a pre-season or internship course has received appropriate training to state and federal work-based learning and safety requirements. This training aims to help teachers who, for the first time, are coordinating the students` experience in professional life (WBL). It includes the basic information needed to implement learning through work in Texas high schools. Section 6: WBL Training Centres At the end of this section, learners can identify and select appropriate training centres for the student WBL experience, particularly for students enrolled in preparatory or practice courses. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) and the State Board for Educator Certification expect WBL trainers to continue to improve their knowledge and skills by participating in additional professional development opportunities as a result of this online training. . Career Preparation Practices and PBR Rules of SAAH Section 5.7 Work-Based Paid Education Training Plan Section 1: Work-Based Learning Concepts and Terminology At the end of this section, learners can describe the basic concepts and terminology of work-based learning (WBL) that are taught in Texas high schools as part of vocational and technical training (CTE) programs. Section 11: Career-Specific Reflections Once this section is complete, learners can describe the sixteen career clusters and cluster-specific reflections when offering internships, internships and other WBL experiences. . Section 9: Calendar for the Implementation of a WBL Program At the end of this section, learners can describe the critical tasks and the typical timing of WBL implementation in the prep and internship courses.
. Career preparation and practical resources are available at: Career preparation provides students with the opportunity to participate in a learning experience that combines the teaching of faith in the classroom with paid professional and professional experiences and supports strong partnerships between school, business and community stakeholders. This section lasts about 60 minutes. The purpose of the internship is to provide students with a practical application of previously acquired knowledge and skills. Practicum`s experiments take place in a paid or unpaid provision and in a large number of teaching options. . Section 8: Recording and Documentation for the WBL Once this section is complete, learners can identify the necessary and recommended records that must be kept while coordinating the work-based learning experience (WBL), with an emphasis on the records that professional preparation or exercise teachers must establish and maintain. Section 5: Laws and Rules of Work After the conclusion of this section, learners can identify workplace laws and rules that need to be taken into account when tracking the WBL experience for students and where they can find additional information and resources related to laws and rules. Section 4: Local School Guidelines Once this section is completed, learners will be able to identify local school experience guidelines (WBL) and explain how these guidelines are generally applied . .
. . Section 2: Federal and Regional Education and Education Rules and Rules on Effects on WBL At the end of this section, learners can describe the general laws and rules of state and state regarding education and explain their impact on the WBL. . . . Texas Workforce Commission Unemployment Information Section 3: Texas Education Agency Rules Impacting WBL At the end of this section, learners can describe