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Module Eight: Midterm Review

Extra-curricular activities fall outside the realm of the normal curriculum of school or university education, performed by students. Such activities may be voluntary or mandatory. Example: sports and drama
Post-secondary optional final stage of learning after completion of secondary (high school) education
AP courses advanced placement, college courses taken in high school
IB courses International baccalaureate, offering internationally recognized courses
Certifications an official document that gives proof and details of something such as personal status, educational achievements, ownership or authenticity
Career cluster restructuring curriculum offerings and focusing class make-up by a common theme such as interest.
Dual enrollment involves students being enrolled in two separate, academically related institutions. Generally, it refers to high school students taking college courses.
Cooperative education a school program that allows students to receive academic credit for career work in the student's field of interest done outside the school
School-Based Enterprise (SBE) is defined as a sustained, school-sponsored, student led activity that engages students in the production of goods and services for the school or the community.
Bachelor's degree Achieved after completion of a curriculum meeting the demands of a 4-year college program
Lifelong Learning the continuing development of knowledge and skills that people experience after formal education.
Diverse economy economy composed of many ethnic, gender and socioeconomic groups.
Changing economy a transformation that occurs within an economy that either increases, sustains, or depletes its vitality.
Independent learning a method or learning process where learners have ownership and control of their learning. They learn by their own actions and direct, regulate, and assess their own learning.
Adaptation the process or state of changing to fit into a new environment or different conditions, or the resulting change.
Aptitudes Developed abilities; those things that one is good at doing; potential for learning skills.
Attitude A feeling or way of thinking, positive or negative, that affects a person's behavior.
Beliefs A strong confidence in the truth or existence of something.
Career An occupation or profession followed as a life's work.
Interests A feeling of wanting to learn more or be involved in something.
Gesture a movement of part of the body to express and idea or meaning
Body language unspoken feeling through body movement
Culture beliefs and customs of a particular society or group
Etiquette Having good manners when dealing with people
Ethics The principles of conduct that govern a group or society
Retirement The state of being retired from one's occupation
Self-concept How people view their own skills, interests, and competence level
Self-esteem How one views them-self
Social Prefer to work with others.
Values Cherished ideas and beliefs that affect decisions a person makes
Role the usual or expected function of somebody or something, or the part somebody or something plays in an action or event
Life Roles particular aspects of somebody's life
Personal Roles relating to a specific person rather than anyone else
Leisure roles time during which somebody has no obligations or work responsibilities, and therefore is free to engage in enjoyable activities
Community roles a group of people with a common background or with shared interests within society
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