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Tuesday, January 28 • 15:45 - 17:00
214: PANEL: Narrative Career Management Reflection: Today's On-Campus Tools

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Career planning needs to continue to shift across higher education. Engaging students using innovative interventions and reflection tools remains vital. How can a college career course, credit-bearing university undergraduate and graduate course, disability advocate and career educator use comparable post-modern approaches to facilitate career conversations? Can facilitated technology and games create transformation? Learn about embedding narrative tools across campus.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn 15 narrative and reflection approaches being used on campus;
  • Hear challenges and best practices from diverse higher-ed contexts;
  • Adopt strategies for integrating these tools into career development services

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Mark Franklin

Co-Founder/Practice Leader/Instructor | cofondateur/chef de pratique/instructeur, OneLifeTools/CareerCycles/University of Toronto
OneLifeTools co-founder Mark Franklin is a Stu Conger award-winning CareerCycles practice leader. He co-authored Who You Are Matters!, teaches career courses at University of Toronto, and consults on using structured narrative, gamification, technology and blended delivery.Cofondateur... Read More →
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Jessica Isenor

Coordinator: Career & Advising Services, Nova Scotia Community College
Jessica Isenor is a counsellor, researcher and educator. She sits on the Board of the 3CD and is President Emerita of the CCPA’s Career Counsellors Chapter. She has also worked with the CCDF, NCDA, and APCDA.
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Kerry Till

Professor of Career Development, School of Liberal Studies, Conestoga College
Lead professor for the Career Development courses at Conestoga College, Kerry Till has 13 years in the field delivering career-focused workshops, courses and counselling. Main interest areas include: skill identification, career planning and workplace happiness.
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Michael Stebleton

Associate Professor of Higher Education, Organizational Leadership, Policy and Development Department, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Michael J. Stebleton, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Organizational Leadership, Policy and Development (OLPD) department at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. His research and teaching interests include career development, student development and student persistence.
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Kris Magnusson

Dean, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University
Education Dean at Simon Fraser University since 2009, Dr Kris Magnusson's award-winning work in counselling psychology and career development led to roles in research of evidence-based practice, provincial assessment, education internationalization and Aboriginal reconciliation. She... Read More →


Tuesday January 28, 2020 15:45 - 17:00 EST
Room | Salle 214