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Title: A College Success Course for the New Millennial Generation


1
A College Success Course for the New Millennial
Generation
  • Dr. Marsha Fralick

2
Ice Breaker
  • Introduce yourself and tell where you work.
  • What city are you from? If I were a visitor, what
    should I see?

3
Cuyamaca College El Cajon, CA
4
Overview
  • Characteristics of the New Millennial Generation
  • Using technology to engage New Millennials
  • Keys to success
  • Retention results
  • Demo CollegeScope

5
Going Green! All handouts are located at
http//www.collegesuccess1.com/Conferences.htm
6
The Radio Generation
  • 1900-1946
  • Traditionalists
  • Respect for authority

7
The TV Generation
  • 1946-1964
  • Watched TV 24 hours a week
  • The Baby Boomers
  • Questioned authority (Dont trust anyone over 30)
  • Hung out at burger joints

8
The Internet Generations
  • Generation X 1965-1977
  • New Millennials 1978-1995
  • On the Internet 24 hours a week
  • Independent
  • Yes we can!
  • Hang out online

9
What Comes Next?
  • Hippies
  • Yuppies
  • Zippies

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New Millennials
  • Our current college students were born after 1992
  • Most were born with a computer in the home and
    were using them by age 5
  • The connected generation
  • 82 are online daily
  • Average 12 hours per week online

12
Use Technology to Connect
  • 50 send or receive a text message daily
  • 29 use instant messages daily
  • 44 have a profile on Facebook or MySpace and 38
    use them daily

13
  • These New Millennial students are now being
    called Generation E
  • What does the E stand for?

14
New Millennials or Generation E
  • 18-30 years old
  • Empowered
  • Entitled
  • Electronic
  • Leading change from paper to electronic media

15
Introduce yourself. 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?

16
Keys to Success
  • Use technology to make education engaging and
    inescapable

17
Using Technology
  • Online career and learning style assessment
  • E-text
  • Online portfolio
  • Engaging material for the New Millennial
    generation

18
Rationale for Using Technology
  • Improves retention and success
  • New roles for faculty
  • Your students use it
  • It captures their attention
  • Education any time or place

19
Keys to Success
  • The program helps students to make a good choice
    of a major and career

20
Job Jar Activity
21
Personality
  • Key theme throughout course
  • Carl Jung and personality type
  • Online

22
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Strength-Based
  • Foundation for personal and career development
    based on
  • Personality type
  • Learning style
  • Multiple intelligences
  • Interests
  • Values

24
Motivation
  • Students are motivated to complete their
    education when they have made a good choice of a
    major and career based on their personal
    strengths

25
Encourages Self-Responsibility
  • Making a good career choice
  • Developing an educational plan
  • Setting goals
  • Managing time to reach goals

26
Keys to Success Make it Count
  • Transfers as general education for CSUC, Area E,
    Lifelong Understanding
  • Transfers to University of California
  • 3 units

27
Keys to Success
  • Comprehensive curriculum

28
Career Success
  • Personality and Related Majors
  • Learning Style and Intelligence
  • Interests and Values
  • Career and Educational Planning

29
College Success
  • Motivation
  • Time and Money
  • Memory and Reading
  • Test Taking
  • Taking Notes, Writing and Speaking

30
Lifelong Success
  • Communication and Relationships
  • Critical and Creative Thinking
  • Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle
  • Appreciating Diversity
  • Positive Thinking
  • Life Stages

31
Keys to Success
  • The program helps students to understand their
    learning style and how to become a lifelong
    learner

32
The PEPS Learning Style Assessment
  • Measures preferences in 20 areas
  • Perceptual
  • Environmental
  • Emotional
  • Sociological
  • Physical

33
Emphasis
  • Positive thinking
  • Hope for the future
  • Future-mindedness

34
Resources and Training
  • College Success 1
  • www.collegesuccess1.com
  • Training in person or online

35
Results Cuyamaca Community College
Implementing CollegeScope resulted in a 26
increase in fall to spring persistence!
36
Results
College Persistence rate of all Student Types Persistence rate of CollegeScope students
CyFair 79 94
Kingwood 67 82
Montgomery 77 88
North Harris 81 90
Tomball 70 82
System Average 75 87
37
  • College Success A Study of Positive and Negative
    Attrition

38
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

39
Take a Look
40
Resources for Faculty
www.collegesuccess1.com
  • Instructor Manual
  • Exercises and Handouts
  • Syllabus
  • Research
  • PowerPoint
  • Internet Links

41
  • Questions?
  • Evaluation forms
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