Using the New Web-based Career Decision Making (CDM)

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Published on March 9, 2009

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Larry Hanken, Ph.D.
National Consultant and Director
Pearson University Alliance Program
Gilbert, AZ

The CDM-R is a system first published in 1976 that combines an assessment of interest, work values, subject matter preferences, and self-estimates of abilities with biennial updates of career information. Over the years, it has had multiple revisions. This session will look at the latest revision which is more efficient in its new Web-based format.

Career Decision Making Revised CDM Internet presented by Larry Hanken, PhD National Consultant

Career Decision Making Revised

CDM Internet

presented by

Larry Hanken, PhD

National Consultant

Who Uses CDM-R Career Inventory? School Counselors Career Education Coordinators Career Technicians Transition Coordinators Classroom Teachers Private Practice Behavior Specialist

School Counselors

Career Education Coordinators

Career Technicians

Transition Coordinators

Classroom Teachers

Private Practice Behavior Specialist

What is CDM-R and CDM-R Internet An Career Interest Inventory for: Middle School High School Adult This is not a test-repeat, not a test

An Career Interest Inventory for:

Middle School

High School

Adult

This is not a test-repeat, not a test

Theory Based Individuals seek out occupational environments corresponding to behavioral/personality type, values interests, abilities, and mastery

Individuals seek out occupational environments corresponding to behavioral/personality type, values interests, abilities, and mastery

Built to Help People Identify occupational interests Match interests to career options Focus on opportunities that match abilities and work values

Identify occupational interests

Match interests to career options

Focus on opportunities that match abilities and work values

CDM-R Career Inventory Uses: Career planning Training or re-training Job market entry or re-entry College major selection Long-term career management

Career planning

Training or re-training

Job market entry or re-entry

College major selection

Long-term career management

Why use CDM-R Internet? New internet version, fast and accurate Quick to take, easy to score Flexible: Use one-on-one or in groups Matches interests, values, & abilities Represents 95% of jobs New computer related & engineering opportunities are included

New internet version, fast and accurate

Quick to take, easy to score

Flexible: Use one-on-one or in groups

Matches interests, values, & abilities

Represents 95% of jobs

New computer related & engineering opportunities are included

CDM-R Pencil-Paper Version Level 1: For younger students Interest Inventory & Interpretation in one booklet 96 interest items Easy to read (4th grade level) Score in less than 30 minutes

Level 1: For younger students

Interest Inventory & Interpretation in one booklet

96 interest items

Easy to read (4th grade level)

Score in less than 30 minutes

CDM-R Pencil-Paper Version Level 2: For older students/adults 120 items Results in less than 45 minutes Full color Survey Booklet & Interpretive Folder Ease of interpretation

Level 2: For older students/adults

120 items

Results in less than 45 minutes

Full color Survey Booklet &

Interpretive Folder

Ease of interpretation

CDM-R Interpretations Occupational outlooks Training and education requirements Connection between school subjects, job values, abilities, & career clusters Next Step follow-up exercise Relevant college majors & training programs Tied into RIASEC classification (Holland)

Occupational outlooks

Training and education requirements

Connection between school subjects, job values, abilities, & career clusters

Next Step follow-up exercise

Relevant college majors & training programs

Tied into RIASEC classification (Holland)

CDM-R Career Interest Areas Crafts Scientific The Arts Social Business Office

Crafts

Scientific

The Arts

Social

Business

Office

CDM-R Optional Versions: Paper-Pencil Administration Self scored or Scannable Internet Version Total internet based

Paper-Pencil Administration

Self scored or

Scannable

Internet Version

Total internet based

RIASEC ? (Utilizes Holland’s Types) Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Enterprising Conventional

Realistic

Investigative

Artistic

Social

Enterprising

Conventional

Personal Factors in Decision Making Competing Motives (School or Marriage) Value, interest or ability conflicts Multipotentiality Limited interest or abilities Conflicts with significant others Fear of making bad decisions Limited self confidence (I won’t accomplish) Indecision because of inability to implement

Competing Motives (School or Marriage)

Value, interest or ability conflicts

Multipotentiality

Limited interest or abilities

Conflicts with significant others

Fear of making bad decisions

Limited self confidence (I won’t accomplish)

Indecision because of inability to implement

Decision Making Awareness Feeling that change is immanent Self Assessment Identifying important criteria Exploration Gathering relevant & accurate information Integration The fit of occupational & personal Commitment The point of action from informed choice

Awareness

Feeling that change is immanent

Self Assessment

Identifying important criteria

Exploration

Gathering relevant & accurate information

Integration

The fit of occupational & personal

Commitment

The point of action from informed choice

Decision Making cont... Implementation The plan of when, where, who, how Re-evaluation Change is constant and decisions need re-examination or readjustment

Implementation

The plan of when, where, who, how

Re-evaluation

Change is constant and decisions need re-examination or readjustment

Decision Making Styles Impulsive....Takes the first alternative Fatalistic.....Decision left to fate Compliant...Goes along with others plan Delayed.......Consistently delays decision (think about later) Agonizing...Analysis paralysis (data collection & analysis) Planning.....Rational balanced approach (cognitive/emotional) Intuitive......Decision based on feelings Paralytic.....Accepts responsibility, can’t move Escapist......Consistently avoids decision (Teaching/Pre Med) Play-it-safe..Lowest level of risk alternative (teacher/Dr.)

Impulsive....Takes the first alternative

Fatalistic.....Decision left to fate

Compliant...Goes along with others plan

Delayed.......Consistently delays decision (think about later)

Agonizing...Analysis paralysis (data collection & analysis)

Planning.....Rational balanced approach (cognitive/emotional)

Intuitive......Decision based on feelings

Paralytic.....Accepts responsibility, can’t move

Escapist......Consistently avoids decision (Teaching/Pre Med)

Play-it-safe..Lowest level of risk alternative (teacher/Dr.)

Ideal Decision Making A rationale process that includes the gathering and analysis of relevant meaningful information while paying attention to your emotional and spiritual side for the purpose of making a choice or decision

A rationale process that includes the gathering and analysis of relevant meaningful information while paying attention to your emotional and spiritual side for the purpose of making a choice or decision

Sample Vocational Decision Activity Pilot Teacher Engineer Clerical +2 +2 +2 +3 -3 +3 -1 +3 -3 -3 -2 -3 +1 +2 -2 -3 +3 -2 +2 -1 0 0 -1 -1 +3 +3 +2 +3 Positive Negative +3 +2 +1 0 -1 -2 -3 Indoors Work Outside Regular Hrs . Irregular Self Work Others Variety Work Routine More Money Less Less Educ More Secure Job Risky

Pilot Teacher Engineer Clerical

+2 +2 +2 +3

-3 +3 -1 +3

-3 -3 -2 -3

+1 +2 -2 -3

+3 -2 +2 -1

0 0 -1 -1

+3 +3 +2 +3

Positive Negative

+3 +2 +1 0 -1 -2 -3

Indoors Work Outside

Regular Hrs . Irregular

Self Work Others

Variety Work Routine

More Money Less

Less Educ More

Secure Job Risky

Introducing the NEW Career Decision Making (CDM-R) Internet Administration and Interpretation

Once users (i.e. students) have either purchased a User Name and Password or been assigned one by a counselor / teacher / administrator, they can log into the CDM Internet system!

User enters the user name and password that was assigned to them by their counselor or administrator

Once logged in, students will be immediately prompted to change their password!

Once they have changed their password, they click “Next” to start the assessment.

A summary profile will appear on the next five screens as you make your choices, view a choice, change a choice, or move to another selection

This profile is showing Technical & Math-Science Then on to the next activity Click on two career clusters you like best

Click on four school subjects you like best Next

The CDM Internet system will catch whether the user tries to add more than the allotted response. Next

Asks if you want to make changes Next

Future Plans: College Military, Diploma, etc. Next

There are 120 items, of which 100 must be answered for the assessment to be scored and valid. Interests Like………………….. L Dislike………………. . D Can’t make up mind.. ?

Click: View my interpretive report “ Point of no return” Last chance to change

In the event there are any areas that result in a “tie”, the user is asked to choose their preference between the two.

Summary Profile. Career Choices School Subjects Work Values Abilities Future Plans Interest Areas

Sample Summary Profile, cont. User can then view their full Interpretive Report, plus save and print.

Interpretive Report includes a guide to help explain your results. Interactive Career Clusters allow user to .. Hotlink to Occupational Profiles!

User can Print or Bookmark this Occupational Profile in their CDM Internet profile.

User can jump right to Wages, Outlook, Tasks, etc. Or jump right back to their Interpretive Report!

Interpretive Report also includes the user’s preferred School Subjects, Work Values, & Abilities

Helpful Career Planning Links to “ Job Search Skills ” “ CDM Jobs ” “ Occupational Outlook Handbook ” “ Find a College ”

FAQs ( located at the bottom of the Interpretive Report) FAQs addresses topics such as: “ How can I increase my chances of making good career decision?” –or— “Why am I having trouble deciding on a career?”

SPECIAL FEATURE! After the user completes the CDM-R assessment, they can return as many times as they’d like to view and print their Interpretive Report, plus access links to the College Board and Occupational Outlook Handbook online. *At this point, there is no expiration date set to each user’s login information

CDM Internet Site Administrators Can: Assign administrations to one student, or many at a time Track when students last logged in or completed the assessment View students’ results and Interpretive Report See which careers students bookmarked as ones of which they show interest Always have visibility of how many administrations are remaining in their account

Assign administrations to one student, or many at a time

Track when students last logged in or completed the assessment

View students’ results and Interpretive Report

See which careers students bookmarked as ones of which they show interest

Always have visibility of how many administrations are remaining in their account

CDM-R Operations

Once administrator or counselor has set up a Pearson account and purchased vouchers, they can login to the CDM Internet system and assign their student(s) administration(s).

Site Administrators’ user names are always their Pearson Account Number Administrator enters the password that was Emailed to them when voucher(s) were assigned by Client Relations NOTE: Pearson Account numbers are used to prevent any duplication of user names!

Administrators have the option of choosing one student a user name and password, or assigning many administrations at once.

When assigning one administration at a time, the administrator / counselor must make up a user name for their student and fill in their First and Last name.

NOTE: When the counselor enters a user’s E-mail address, an automatic E-mail is sent to the user with their User Name and Password.

If the E-mail address field is left blank, the password is automatically defaulted to become the user name. i.e. Jane Doe’s User Name and Password would both be jdoe.

Once a user name has been assigned and saved, it will show up every time the counselor or administrator logs in.

If the counselor needs to change the user name or password, they can go back in by clicking on the student’s name and do so.

Once the administrator has made their changes in the student’s name or email, they click “Update”. Once they have changed the student’s password, they click “Change Password”.

ADDED CONVENIENCE: Counselors/administrators also have the option of assigning a whole class their user names and passwords with one step.

Here they will decide the prefix of all user names (i.e. Career Class X) The default password can be left blank and the system to will assign password. Fill in the number of students and click “Generate”. Option of making user name and password the same

For example, here the counselor has assigned the user name prefix as CareerClass1, the sequence will start at 1, the system will automatically generate default passwords, and they have five students to create logins for.

Now generated, the names show up in their CDM Internet account.

Automatic user names

And here are the default passwords that their teachers can give out to their students.

The counselor/administrator can still go in and alter the name of the student/user name and password information or add an email address.

For example, they can reset the user’s password here .

The counselor/administrator can keep track of when their students take the assessment.

The counselor/administrator can keep track of how many careers the students have bookmarked and the number of times viewed.

The counselor/administrator can also view and print the students’ results.

If the student has not yet taken their assessment, the counselor still has the option to delete the user and gain back that administration.

The counselor can always keep track of how many administrations they have left.

CDM Internet Version Voucher Pricing 1-4…………………13.95 5-19……………...... 9.99 20-99………………. 8.25 100-248……………. 6.95 250-999……………. 5.95 1,000-2,499……….. 4.95 2,500+………………3.95

1-4…………………13.95

5-19……………...... 9.99

20-99………………. 8.25

100-248……………. 6.95

250-999……………. 5.95

1,000-2,499……….. 4.95

2,500+………………3.95

Other Related CDM Materials CDM-R Manual………..33.95 CDM Career Video…. 225.00 CDM Booklets (25)……59.25 CDM Classroom Set…450.00 (Includes 25 Workbooks, Teacher’s Guide, Video)

CDM-R Manual………..33.95

CDM Career Video…. 225.00

CDM Booklets (25)……59.25

CDM Classroom Set…450.00

(Includes 25 Workbooks, Teacher’s Guide, Video)

A Special Limited Offer A Complimentary one time use of CDM Internet Call Pearson Client Relations at 800-627-7271 and give them Effort Code XTZ They will assist you in setting up your Mirage account (user name and password) You can then experiment with CDM Internet by going to CDMinternet.com

A Complimentary one time use of CDM Internet

Call Pearson Client Relations at 800-627-7271 and give them Effort Code XTZ

They will assist you in setting up your Mirage account (user name and password)

You can then experiment with CDM Internet by going to CDMinternet.com

 

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