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New WIN Career Readiness System Announced

The new digital teaching and learning solution for college and career readiness preparation includes a single sign-on portal for instant access to all four of the program’s components.
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WIN Learning today announced the new WIN Career Readiness System. The new digital teaching and learning solution for college and career readiness preparation includes a single sign-on portal for instant access to all four of the program’s components, as well as embedded assessments from by Kuder®, a WIN partner and leader in career guidance.

  • myStrategic Compass, a career exploration, planning and guidance tool that has been updated with new education planning features, including a class planning tool that maps required high school classes based on career interests; college and degree program profiles to support post-secondary education planning; and a searchable national scholarship and grant database.
  • The WIN College Readiness Courseware (CRC+), a new digital test prep curriculum that helps learners achieve foundational college readiness in Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Reading and Writing/English. CRC+ includes five learning modules that provide students with practice and enable them to apply concepts commonly addressed in college placement exams.
  • The WIN Career Readiness Coursewarehas updated instructional content that reinforces the relevance between foundational skills – in Applied Mathematics, Locating Information and Reading for Information – and emerging high-demand, high-wage jobs. Additionally, learners will have access to updated embedded placement test and posttest assessment items that are aligned with state and national career readiness standards.
  • WIN Soft Skills teaches employability and social skills including conveying professionalism, communicating effectively, promoting teamwork and collaboration, thinking critically, and problem solving.

The WIN system is available for August 2014, and supports most conventional browsers and tablets, including the iPad®, Kindle Fire™ and Samsung™ Tablet.

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