Program supports career and college readiness skills

WIN Learning has launched WIN Soft Skills Series®, which helps students master the behavioral, attitudinal, social, and readiness skills employers and post-secondary programs require.
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WIN Learning has launched WIN Soft Skills Series®, which helps students master the behavioral, attitudinal, social, and readiness skills employers and post-secondary programs require.

WIN Learning has launched WIN Soft Skills Series®, which helps students master the behavioral, attitudinal, social, and readiness skills employers and post-secondary programs require.

The four instructional modules that make up the WIN Soft Skills program cover these skills: conveying professionalism, communicating effectively, promoting teamwork, thinking critically and solving problems. The program also includes a comprehensive implementation guide complete with scripted teacher lessons and support materials such as interactive activities, worksheets and videos.

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