Training in Project-Based Learning and using LMI

Three learning modules to support your project, and professional development

These professional learning modules are designed to support educators in preparing learners for the future and to help to level the playing field for marginalized groups of learners such as indigenous, newcomers, LGBTQI2S+, low-socioeconomic, and students with disabilities. 


All New Brunswick teachers registered and committed to completing the Real World LMI Challenge receive $250 to use toward release time to complete the Career Connected Modules, and/or supply cost or classroom honorarium.


Note: Only New Brunswick educators will be able to receive the certificates and/or digital badges for completion of all five modules in the Career Connected Learning Training

Module 1
Module One

Series Introduction and myBlueprint

This module is the starting point for this series. In this module, you will learn why Career Connected Learning is important for all K-12 educators. You will be given an overview of the career connected Learning professional learning series and the tools to document your learning in the digital portfolio, myBlueprint. This module should take approximately 1 hour to complete

Module 2
Module Two

Labour Market Information

In this module, you will learn how to integrate LMI information into career connected classroom practice. This includes what LMI is, why is it useful for all K-12 teachers, and why it is important to understand the current NB labour market information. Further, you will learn the connection between LMI and mental wellness. The module contains links to useful LMI resources for educators and examples of how it could be incorporated in all K-12 classes.  This module should take approximately 1 hour to complete.

Module 3
Module Three

Experiential Learning

In this module, you will learn how to integrate experiential learning into your career connected classroom practice and the importance of experiential learning for learner engagement and mental wellness. You will explore the components of experiential learning and how they may be documented and assessed. Practical examples of different types of experiential learning for K-12 students are provided. This module should take approximately 2 hours to complete.