Development and Feasibility Study of Blended Learning Career Education Program in Korea


The purpose of this study was to develop and analysis the validity of a blended learning career education program developed as part of preventing career education classes from being cut off during the pandemic. It consists of a total of four topics based on Korea's career education goals and achievement standards and developing the ability of students to solve representative career concerns for each topic on their own. Career concerns for middle school students collected for 10 years on CareerNet, Korea's representative career information network, were extracted by four areas (self-understanding, career exploration, decision-making, and career plan). In order to confirm the validity, an expert FGI (Focus Group Interview) consisting of career teachers and professionals and pilot test were operated. As a result, it was confirmed that blended learning career education programs properly organized online and offline in situations such as the pandemic helped students develop self-directed learning effects and the competencies necessary for career development.

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Ji-Yeon Lee, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training, South Korea

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Conference: IICE2024
Stream: Curriculum Design & Development

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