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2013 BUSINESS-Healthcare Students in Action (H.S.)

Life Skills:

  • Character
  • Employability
  • Social & Civic Responsibility
  • Thinking & Reasoning

Time Frame:
1 class period that runs 45 minutes.

Group Size:
Individual


 

Summary:
The opportunities to work in the healthcare industry are very good, and will continue to be over many years. Students will have the opportunity to explore healthcare careers in the business classroom. Students will do a career inventory based upon their personality type.

Main Curriculum Tie:
Career and Technical Education Introduction
Standard 7 Objective 1

Explore the relationship and impact of healthcare careers and business.

Career Connections:

  • Hospital Administrator

Materials:
Computer for each student
Healthcare Students in Action
Worksheet for each student

Attachments

Web Sites

Intended Learning Outcomes:
Explore related career Pathways leading to college and career options.

Instructional Procedures:
Holland Codes are a set of personality types developed in the 1970s by psychologist John L. Holland. Dr. Holland found that people work best in environments that match their interests.

  1. Go through the PowerPoint titled, “Healthcare Students in Action.”
  2. Have the students get on the computer and complete the career test found on the following website: http://www.123test.com/career-test/
  3. The students will go through a 15 question career profile test. The students will need to pick one career they are interested in, and one career they are not interested in for each of the questions.
  4. After the students have completed the career profile, they need to complete the Healthcare Students in Action Worksheet using their results.

Author:
Rachel Decker

Created Date :
Sep 09 2013 15:11 PM

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