Mindset Works offers resources for programs, schools, and families to foster a growth mindset through assessment and skill development.
Integrating Employability Skills: A Framework for All Educators is a professional learning module designed to build the capacity of adult educators to integrate employability skills in to curriculum, and instruction.
TOWES assessments and learning materials help users identify and develop literacy and essential skills (reading text, document use, and numeracy) for career growth and alignment.
This self-paced, online course provides participants with strategies and examples for incorporating employability skills and workforce preparation activities into curriculum and instruction.
This self-paced, online course for adult educators and administrators provides an overview of workforce preparation activities and employability skills, and the importance of integrating them into curriculum and instruction.
Pairin’s suite of tools measures and develops essential personal and workplace skills through instructional curricula and career-development platforms that can be used by learners, instructors, and employers.
The Executive Skills Implementation Toolkit is a guide to applying executive skills in workforce development programs and social enterprises. It illustrates the Executive Skills approach developed by New Moms and shares tools and case studies to help others apply the approach.
The Building Resilience Guidebook shares a resilience competency model as well as strategies, tools, and example lessons to help community college programs implement resilience competencies into their curricula.
The Foundation Skills Framework provides support for integrating workforce readiness skills into existing adult education programs.
The Essential Skills Framework defines skills and skill attainment indicators for four learning and age levels.
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