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Start transition planning early

Middle years
Senior years

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When transition planning starts early and is well paced, adolescents have time to: 

  • explore different career options 
  • participate in multiple work experiences
  • think about what they like and don’t like about different careers
  • change their mind often.

Students are also less likely to become overwhelmed by the transition planning process.

This practice includes whole-class activities that focus on career exploration and can be embedded across multiple subjects.

This practice will help students to

Reflect on their interests

Explore a range of careers

This practice will help teachers to

start the conversation about what comes after school

get to know more about students' interests

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This practice is from the core research project