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Title: A College Success Course for the New Millennial Student


1
A College Success Course for the New Millennial
Student Dr. Marsha Fralick
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Ice Breaker
  • Introduce yourself.
  • Where are you from?
  • What is one thing I should see if I
  • were to visit where you live?

3
Overview
  • Program description
  • Program results
  • Key elements
  • Career planning
  • Learning style
  • Technology
  • Course credit

4
Cuyamaca College El Cajon, CA
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Personal Development 124, Lifelong Success
  • 8000 students enrolled in college
  • 1600 take PDC 124 each year
  • One of the top 15 revenue producing programs for
    the college
  • 56 sections a year

6
Course Choices
  • Face to Face
  • 22 sections
  • Blended
  • 22 sections
  • Online
  • 12 sections

7
College Success
  • Motivation
  • Time and Money
  • Memory and Reading
  • Test Taking
  • Taking Notes, Writing and Speaking

8
Career Success
  • Personality and Related Majors
  • Learning Style and Intelligence
  • Interests and Values
  • Career and Educational Planning

9
Lifelong Success
  • Communication and Relationships
  • Critical and Creative Thinking
  • Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle
  • Appreciating Diversity
  • Positive Thinking
  • Life Stages

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Program Results
  • Program Review 2000, 2005

12
The most significant finding is increased
persistence.
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Persistence
  • Students who return the next semester
  • Approximately half of community college students
    nationwide do not persist after the first semester

14
College Persistence Semester to Semester 5 Year
Average at Cuyamaca College
  • All successful PDC students 89
  • All students 63
  • A 26 improvement!

15
How can we help college students be successful?
  • Think
  • Pair
  • Share

16
Keys to Success
  • Career Planning
  • Learning Style
  • Course Credit
  • Technology

17
College Success A Study of Positive and Negative
Attrition
  • Community College Review

18
The Successful Student
  • Had a definite goal or college major
  • Based on this research, choosing a major and
    career planning was included in our college
    success course.

19
How to Choose a Major
  • Self Assessment
  • Personality
  • Interests
  • Values
  • Learning Style
  • Career Research

20
Personality
  • Key theme throughout course
  • Carl Jung and personality type
  • Online

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The PEPS Learning Style Assessment
  • Measures preferences in 20 areas
  • Perceptual
  • Environmental
  • Emotional
  • Sociological
  • Physical

23
Key to Success Make it Count
  • Transfers as general education for CSUC, Area E,
    Lifelong Understanding
  • Transfers to University of California

24
The Transfer Approval Process
  • Academic Rigor
  • Broad Scope
  • Careers
  • Lifelong Success
  • Articulate with Universities

25
Bridge



High School
Community College
University
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Technology
A Skill Needed for College Success
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New Millennials
  • Our current college students
  • Most were born with a computer in the home and
    were using them by age 5
  • Cyber generation
  • The connected generation
  • 82 are online daily
  • Average 12 hours per week online

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Where are you in the technology continuum?
  • Baby boomer 1946-1964
  • Generation X 1965-1977
  • New Millennials 1977-1995
  • How much technology did you use in college?

30
Rationale for Using Technology
  • Your students use it
  • It captures their attention
  • Education on demand
  • Any time or place
  • Increased access
  • New roles for faculty

31
Using Technology
  • Online career and learning style assessment
  • E-text
  • Online portfolio

32
Take a look at CollegeScope http//www.collegescop
e.com/cuyamaca
33
Technology for New Millennials
  • Individually tailored
  • Portable
  • Dynamic Content

34
Technology helps guide students through the
critical first two weeks
  • Make sure all students have started
  • Monitor progress from the beginning
  • Engaging material for the New Millennial
    Generation

35
Resources for Faculty http//www.collegesuccess1.c
om
  • Classroom exercises
  • Syllabus
  • Research
  • PowerPoint
  • Internet Links

36
  • Questions?
  • Evaluation forms
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