BTEC FIELD EXPERIENCE BTEC 5513
A course to provide business technology teachers, under direct supervision, the opportunity to develop and/or refine competencies in technology or other area as deemed appropriate.
INSTRUCTOR:Dr. Ralph Ruby, Jr.
OFFICE HOURS:At your convenience, Room 419C
MATERIALS OF INSTRUCTION
Work Experience Portfolio
It is recommended to have a USB key drive (Jump Drive). Also, you have web access to your “My Documents” folder within your student roaming profile. Browse to http://mydocs.astate.edu to access this resource. Your regular student ID and password is to be used on this web site. (The same as your Astate email)
- Seek employment.
- Discuss the work experience program with the director.
- Summarize work activities.
- Complete the appropriate forms in the Work Experience Portfolio.
- Perform in approved work station(s).
- Prepare an organizational chart.
- Prepare an employee personality inventory.
- Prepare an employer personality inventory.
- Prepare an occupational report.
- Prepare a job description.
- Prepare an attitude inventory.
- Develop lesson plans.
- Prepare three task analyses.
- Complete an employer interview.
COURSE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS
- Complete 120 hours of on-the-job work experience.
- Complete Work Experience Portfolio.
- Tap interviews or written transcripts.
- Complete Task Analyses.
- Complete Lesson Plans
- Project approved by Dr. Ruby
STUDENT EVALUATIONSComponent / Percentage
Work Experience Portfolio / 100
Ethical behavior means communicating honestly and politely with fellow students and with the professor; it means planning and writing your own projects, and it means relying solely on your own memory to answer test questions. Ethical behavior means obeying the law. Students who engage in unethical behavior connected with this class will receive an F grade for the course and may be referred to other appropriate authorities.
If you have a learning disability or physical disability that may affect your performance in the classroom, see the Disabilities Center on campus and bring the appropriate paper work to the professor for appropriate assistance.
ASSOCIATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS
A.I.T.P. is the professional association comprised of career minded individuals who seek to expand their potential - employers, employees, managers, programmers, and many others. The organization seeks to provide avenues for all their members in the IS field, all in an effort to become more marketable in rapidly changing, technological careers. It is the mission of A.I.T.P. to provide superior leadership and education in Information Technology. A.I.T.P. is dedicated to using the synergy of Information Technology partnerships to provide education and benefits to our members and to working with the industry to assist in the overall promotion and direction of Information Technology. For Membership Information, please contact Dr. Paula Ruby, Office 414, OR Dr. Ralph Ruby, Jr., Office 419C, Dues: $40.00 ($35 national, $5 local).