I. CATALOG DESCRIPTION:
ED100 College Seminar C 1, P 0, CR 1
College Seminar is an opportunity for students to develop the skills necessary to improve the chances for success in the college environment. General College procedures, the fundamental notions of time management and study skills, and the specific responsibilities of today's students in a variety of local and global environments are discussed.
Text: Current student handbook (college bookstore) & college catalog (Payne Hall). Both are free.
III. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the importance
of the faculty/student - advisor/advisee relationship.
Due to the nature of this course attendance is crucial. Students
are expected to complete all assignments with care and help to
create an atmosphere of respect towards other students and the
instructor. Final grades will be recorded on an A - F scale and
will be based on the following:
Advisor Contact Sheet: 20%
Scavenger Hunt: 20%
Class-by-class progress and assignments (please note that some topics may be shifted due to scheduling)
Introduction to course. Discussion of responsibilities: classroom, labs, instructors, and peers.
|2||Campus resources (including learning center, library, communicating with professors, other campus services, etc.)|
|3||College policies (academic standing and GPA calculation, civility, discipline, etc.)|
|5||Active reading and note-taking|
|6||Study cycle and test-taking strategies|
|7||Career, transfer and scholarships|
|8||Advisement (including using DegreeWorks, SIRS and course search)|
|10||Health and wellness|
Notes for Technology and Science
Metric System Essay
Science Intro Notes
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