My students need this book to address change in the workplace.
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A smile at the door, thinking outside of the box and taking educational risks are just a few things that you may experience on a daily walk through the Business Ed class at CMS.
CMS students are what I would consider a melting pot of success.
They provide a variety of ethnic backgrounds, races, educational labels and religions to the classroom.
The school houses one of the district's High Achievers Magnet Programs in addition to students who are in the attendance zone. We provide a very diverse curriculum to accommodate all learners based on their educational needs and personal interests.
As we address employability skills at earlier ages, I believe that it is important for students to understand and appreciate change. I have noticed that several of my students lack coping skills and the center focus is "change."
This particular book, Who Moved My Cheese?, will be used as a tool to not only introduce Business Education students to new vocabulary and concepts but also include real-world application to prepare students for the workplace.
Students will be provided the opportunity to read the book and develop effective communication skills through class discussions. Based on conversations with school counselors, these are the necessary areas of growth for our student population.
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