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Welcome to CEP 123

Module 1

Agenda

Instructor Introduction

Student Introduction

College Success Discussion

Canvas Course

Syllabi

Time Management Discussion

Break

Group Project Introduction

Group Selection

Topic Selection

Instructor Role & Introduction


Course

Architect

Subject

Matter Expert

Lecturer
Guide
Mentor
Evaluator

Communication is Key to Success


If

you have a question ask!

If

you are not sure about the procedure


ask!

If

you need help ask!

If

you are confused ask!

Student Introductions
5 Things for YOU to tell us
Name
Where

you were born

One

word to describe your feelings when you


learned you were going to take this course

One
One

word your friends would use to describe you

skill you think is important for college


success

College Success Discussion


Time

Management

Money

Management

Organization
Balance
Academic

Skills

Communication

Your Role
Content

Explorer

Listener
Participant
Researcher
Contributor
Team

Member

Canvas Course - Tour


Subject
Week

to Change based on our needs

runs Monday to Sunday at 11:59pm

PST
All

Assignments will be turned in through


Canvas

Announcements

(1-2 per week)

Syllabus/Course Outline - Review

Please review the syllabus

Attendance Policy Attendance is expected

Cell Phone Policy


Silence

in Class

Instructor Contact
Canvas

Email

Final Jeopardy Category

The Time of
Our Lives

Final Jeopardy Answer

168

Final Jeopardy Question

How many hours


are there in one
week?

Benefits of Time Management

Reference: Frye, M. (2015). Time management [ppt]. Retrieved from http://www.lssc.edu/faculty/amanda_k_frye/Shared


%20Documents/Ch.%204%20Powerpoint%20Time%20Management.ppt

How much study time is required?


1 credit in class = 2 hours out of class
CEP = 2 Credit Hours
2 Credit hours x 2 = 4 hours study time

Weekly Planner Assignment


Due: Module 2
Complete
Include

a Weekly Planner

all Weekly Activities

School
Personal
Work
Dont

forget the FUN!

Take a 10 Minute Break

Group Project: Be Heard!


Working toward effective student agency.

This project calls on each group to propose a strategic


plan addressing an opportunity for improvement in terms
of the NSC student experience.

Your strategic plans should be informed by NSCs mission.

Two Parts
In-Class

Group Presentation

Individual

Annotated Bibliography

Group Selection

Group Activity: Topic Selection

Add something new

Club or Activity

Sport

Class or Degree

Housing

Childcare

Enhance an existing service

Library

Parking

Food

Student Support

Course Housekeeping

First Assignment Due Sunday, July 3rd


Journal

No Physical Class Next Week July 4th


Online
Post

Discussion Board
Original Reply by Wednesday

Reply
2

to 2 or more classmates by Sunday

Assignments Due Sunday, July 10th


Journal
Time

Management Activity