Social-Cognitive Career Theory: Research Findings – Free Webcast January 21, 2021
Students who are engaged and motived to learn are more successful in college and in life. However, poverty, race/ethnicity, and disability intersect to negatively affect participation of African American students with disabilities in higher education. Use of the deep learning-Social-Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT) frameworks increases student goal persistence, career development, and job placement. In this webcast, you will:
- Learn how to apply deep Social-Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT) frameworks to increase student engagement and motivation.
- Get practical guidelines for designing best practice services for educational and career development.
When: January 21, 2021
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CST
Cost: Free, but registration is required
CRC: This webcast offers 1 CRC credit upon submission of evaluation form.
Dr. Madan Kundu
Chair and Professor, Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
Project Director, CLAIM
Southern University, Baton Rouge
Dr. Elizabeth D. Cardoso
Chair and Professor, Educational Foundations & Counseling Program
Hunter College | City University of New York
Dr. Kanako Iwanaga
Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling
Virginia Commonwealth University