ENUMCLAW SCHOOL DISTRICT #416
CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION CAREER AND WORKSITE LEARNING PLAN
Student name - ________________________________________________ School - ___________
Student email address:______________________________________________________________
Career goal/pathway - ______________________________________________________________
Required training/education for your career goal:
__ OJT __ Apprenticeship __ Technical School __ 2-year college __ 4-year college __ other
Where do you plan to pursue your post-secondary training/education:
Current Employer - ________________________________________________________________
Job Duties - ______________________________________________________________________
Qualifying CTE Class - ____________________________________________________________
How does your current employment relate or help you meet your career goals:
Washington State Education Goal(s) to focus on at worksite (see back) - _____________________
Measurable learning objective(s) to focus on during grading period for - _____ - _____ 20___:
(Career Orientation, Skills Acquisition, Skills Application/Development, Human Relation)
(see back – at least one required)
Objective - ___________________________________________________________________
Related Essential Academic Learning Requirement(s) (see back): ___________________________
Student Signature - ______________________________________________ Date - ____________
Worksite Supervisor’s Signature - __________________________________ Date - ____________
Cooperative Education Coordinator’s Signature - ______________________ Date - ____________
Based on the Washington State Education Goal(s) and learning objective(s) stated above:
1st Contact 2st Contact
Student Progress Student Progress
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Date - ____________ Initials - ____________ Date - ____________ Initials - ____________
Comments: ____________________________ Comments: ____________________________
Washington State Education Goals:
Goal 1: Read with comprehension, write with skill, and communicate effectively and responsibly
in a variety of ways and settings;
Goal 2: Know and apply the core concepts and principles of mathematics, social, physical, and
life sciences; civics and history; geography; arts; and health and fitness;
Goal 3: Think analytically, logically, and creatively, and to integrate experience and knowledge
to form reasoned judgments and solve problems; and
Goal 4: Understand the importance of work and how performance, effort, and decisions directly
affect career and educational opportunities.
Learning objectives refer to a set of statements that clearly and precisely describe a result you
want to accomplish during your work term.
Objectives should be stated in terms of the results you want to achieve. Ask yourself,
“What do I want to do at the end of the semester that I can’t do now?” –OR-
”What do I want to know at the end of the semester that I can’t do now?”
Objectives should be specific, reasonable, achievable, and measurable.
Four Types of Learning Objectives
1. Career Orientation Objectives – These relate to you career goal or career growth. They
could include career exploration through informational interviewing, observation, reading,
and special topic research.
2. Skills Acquisition Objectives – These relate to developing new on-the-job skills or
learning new tasks or concepts. They enable you to grow on the job, increase usefulness
and improve performance.
3. Skills Application/Development Objectives – These relate to improving or developing
your current skills. You might find aspects of your job that you can improve upon, or
specific problems in the work area to be solved with measurable results.
4. Human Relations Objectives – These relate to improving communication and
interpersonal skills that can create a more positive environment. You could choose to
improve your ability to work with supervisors, fellow workers, customers, etc., or
improve your communication skills through public speaking, one-to-one dialogue, or
listening to others.
Washington State Essentials Academic Learning Requirements (EALRs) - sample
(Reading 1.0) The student understands and uses different skills and strategies to read
(Reading 2.0) The student understands the meaning of what is read.
(Reading 3.0) The student reads different materials for a variety of purposes
(Reading 4.0) The student sets goals and evaluates progress to improve reading
(Writing 1.0) The student writes clearly and effectively.
(Writing 2.0) The student writes in a variety of forms for different audiences and purposes.
(Writing 3.0) The student understands and uses the steps of the writing process.
(Writing 4.0) The student analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of written work.
(Communication 1.0) The student uses listening and observation skills to gain understanding
(Communication 2.0) The student communicates ideas clearly and effectively
(Communication 3.0) The student uses communication strategies and skills to work effectively with others.
(Communication 4.0) The student analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of formal and informal communication.
(Mathematics 1.0) The student understands and applies the concepts and procedures of mathematics.
(Mathematics 2.0) The student uses mathematics to define and solve problems.
(Mathematics 3.0) The student uses mathematical reasoning.
(Mathematics 4.0) The student communicates knowledge and understanding in both everyday and mathematical language.
(Mathematics 5.0) The student understands how mathematical ideas connect within mathematics, to other subject areas, and to real-life situations.
(Science 1.0) The student understands and uses scientific concepts and principles.
(Science 2.0) The student knows and applies the skills and processes of science and technology.
(Science 3.0) The student understands the nature and contexts of science and technology.
(History 1.0) The student examines and understands major ideas, eras, themes, developments, turning points, chronology, and cause-and-effect
relationships in U.S., world, and Washington State history.
(History 2.0) The student applies the methods of social science investigation to investigate, compare and contrast interpretations of historical
(History 3.0) The student understands the origin and impact of ideas and technological developments on history and social change.
(Geography 1.0) The student uses maps, charts, and other geographic tools to understand the spatial arrangement of people, places, resources, and
environments on Earth’s surface.
(Civics 1.0) The student understands and can explain the core values and principles of the U.S. democracy as set forth in foundational documents,
including the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
(Civics 2.0) The student analyzes the purposes and organization of governments and laws.
(Civics 3.0) The student understands the purposes and organization of international relationships and how U.S. foreign policy is made.
(Civics 4.0) The student understands the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and the principles of democratic civic involvement.
(Economics 1.0) The student understands basic economic concepts and analyzes the effect of economic systems on individuals, groups, and
(Arts 1.0) The student acquires the knowledge and skills necessary to create, to perform, and to respond effectively to the arts.
(Arts 2.0) The student applies the creative process with arts knowledge and skills to reason and solve problems.
(Arts 3.0) The student uses at least one of the art forms (visual arts, music, drama, and/or dance) to communicate ideas and feelings.
(Arts 4.0) The student understands how the arts connect to other subject areas, life, and work.
(Health and Fitness 1.0) The student acquires the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain an active life: movement, physical fitness, and
(Health and Fitness 4.0) The student effectively analyzes health and safety information to develop health and fitness plans based on life goals.