AAI in the Classroom
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What do the All Aspects of the Industry Mean for Educators? Edit  [x]

All Aspects of the Industry is a set of guidelines designed to prepare students to enter industry. It does not promote training for a specific career but instead, it gives a framework for students to learn how an industry operates. This encourages students to explore the different roles available within an industry and teachers to incorporate more experiential educational activities through three avenues: content, context and method.

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The content of AAI is the nine aspects: planning, management, finance, technical and production skills, underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues, health, safety and environmental issues and personal work habits. These aspects work together to demonstrate how an industry functions and also what happens to each of them if one or two is changed. For example, social networking is affecting the underlying principles of technology and that, in turn, has an effect on the other eight aspects. More at https://essayhelpontime.com/do-my-essay/

Applying AAI promotes critical thinking skills through its interrelated content. It gives a strong platform on which to provide experiential learning projects. Students can explore different perspectives and develop their own understanding about relationships such how communities view environmental issues or how personal work habits affect health or safety. This also promotes opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration, such as integrating environmental science with social studies.

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Without context, AAI is very abstract. Placing the aspects within the context of a specific industry provides students a starting point from which to learn these transferable skills. Students interested in construction will be more interested in learning about financial aspects when considering the costs involved in a construction project than if presented with a generic tally sheet. Students taking a class in food service would be more interested in learning how to manage their station or the dining room than to studying textbook differences in management style.

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Passive teaching methods, such as lectures, do not work well with AAI. AAI seeks to provide students with experience in different aspects of industry, which is better suited to more active teaching methods. Project based learning and exploring case studies are ideal for providing students both a context and the content.

Analyzing and interpreting problems through case studies or in a given project also promotes the integration of multiple subjects. High school students have a background in math, language, sciences and social studies that they can apply to understand AAI. This is an ideal platform through which students can integrate their overall knowledge gained throughout school with a career interest.


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