Expanding Work-Based Learning Experiences
Tools and Mechanisms: Reach More Students Using Technology
Preparing students to be career-ready is important and complex work. Educators, workforce development leaders, and industry representatives need simulated workplace programs and other virtual solutions to expand work-based learning opportunities in rural and hard-to-serve communities.
Hear from a speaker with the West Virginia Department of Education about the WV Simulated Workplace program. Also, Kelli Diemer, work-based learning consultant with the Association for Career & Technical Education, provided an overview of the ACTE WBL section and its many resources.