Our eLearning Modules provide focused, targeted coverage of core-curriculum topics. Designed for libraries and classrooms, eLearning Modules are a unique combination of our multivolume print series with rich media, including high-quality educational videos, engaging images, instructor resources, and support materials that were created specifically to align with the content for a seamless learning experience.
Covering 16 broad occupational categories with specially made videos and engaging narrative, Exploring Career Clusters Online offers information on more than 300 jobs. Based on the Career Clusters created by the U.S. Department of Education, each Learning Unit focuses on a specific cluster, including architecture and construction, finance, hospitality and tourism, information technology, manufacturing, and many more. Chapters within each Learning Unit are devoted to a specific occupation, such as architect, economist, or Internet developer, giving students an all-encompassing view of a potential career.
This eLearning Module is excellent for distance learning, study abroad, and tutoring programs. This dynamic and compelling online resource picks up where the textbook leaves off, bringing the subject matter to life. eLearning Modules are the perfect solution to every educator's goal: helping students achieve their best.
- Correlated to state, national, and Common Core standards; includes Canadian standards
- Proprietary content
- iPad/mobile-friendly videos
- Activities and projects
- Assessment questions with answer keys
- Discussion questions
- Learning objectives
- Printable materials
- Support materials
- Media galleries
- Google Translate on every page, with 53 languages to choose from
- Dynamic, full citations
- Search results with hit highlighting and Search Assist technology
- Print and email capabilities and text-resize tool
- Persistent record links
- Usage statistics.
Learning Units in Exploring Career Clusters Online include:
- Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
- Architecture and Construction
- Arts, Audio-Video Technology, and Communication
- Business Management and Administration
- Education and Training
- Government and Public Administration
- Health Science
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Human Services
- Information Technology
- Law, Public Safety, and Security
- Marketing, Sales, and Service
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
- Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics.