Overview CollegeScope Webinar • Overview of key features • Research on effectiveness (Brief) • Resources for faculty • A quick tour (student and faculty view) • Helping your students log in • Introducing CollegeScope to your students • Improving retention and success • Common login problems and easy solutions • Assessments
Keys to Success • The program helps students to make a good choice of a major and career.
Statistically accurate Valid and reliable School related scenarios are easy to read and understand.
Keys to Success • The program helps students to understand their learning style and how to become a lifelong learner.
The Productivity Environmental Preference Survey (PEPS) • Identify learning style and productivity factors. • Explore matching learning strategies.
Keys to Success • The program helps students to understand their multiple intelligences.
The MI Advantage • Helps students discover multiple intelligences. • Connects multiple intelligences to careers.
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 • Cyber generation • The connected generation • 82% are online daily • Average 12 hours per week online
Personalized for each student • Based on personality and learning style • Refers to the student by their name • This is not possible in a printed text
Chapter 1: Understanding Motivation Chapter 2: Exploring your Personality and Major Chapter 3: Learning Style and Intelligence Chapter 4: Exploring Interests and Values Chapter 5: Planning Your Career and Education Career Success
Chapter 6: Managing Time and Money Chapter 7: Improving Memory and Reading Chapter 8: Taking Notes, Writing and Speaking Chapter 9: Test Taking College Success
Chapter 10: Communication and Relationships Chapter 11: Thinking Critically and Creatively Chapter 12: Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Chapter 13: Appreciating Diversity Chapter 14: Thinking Positively about the Future Lifelong Success
Key Themes • Personality type • Positive student development • Positive thinking • Personal development • Motivation
Noteworthy Results at Cuyamaca Community College Implementing our Student Success Program on college campuses has resulted in a 26% increase in persistence rates! CUYAMACA COMMUNITY COLLEGE RESULTS: 87% of students had chosen a major by the end of the course 62% of students reported more confidence in their academic skills 88% of students rated the course as good or very good
Resources at http://www.collegesuccess1.com • Instructor Manual • Resources for Faculty • Videos • Internet Links • Many other resources • Training Notes
The Professional Guide • Located on your faculty menu • Over 500 pages of supporting activities to engage your students in learning • Contains Quick Start Guides • Information on administering the assessments
Getting Started Go to: www.collegescope.com/eccc
The difference between a faculty and student account • The student account has /ccs/ • ccs stands for college and career success
Sample Student AccountGo to: www.collegescope.com/ccs/ecccLog in as: email@example.com Password:sample1
Faculty Account • Features • Adding Students
Remember: Important! • Write down the email address and password you used to register. • You will need your email address and password to log in next time.
Self Assessment • This is a pre-test to see what you already know. • You will take this assessment at the end to see how much you have learned. • Just relax and answer the questions honestly.
The Mindsets • These questions help you to think about the question before you answer. • Then you read the material and add to your answer. • Purpose: • Reading comprehension • Engagement
The Journal Entries • Are an opportunity to think about the material and apply it to your personal life. • Become part of your portfolio • Can be viewed by your instructor • Must be finished before advancing to the next page • Are generally a well-developed paragraph Don’t answer with just a phrase!
Quizzes • Read the chapters carefully so you can answer the quiz questions. • You can go back and find the answer before you mark your quiz. • You cannot change your answers on the quizzes after you press the Submit button. • You get immediate feedback on the answers. • Your quiz results are part of your portfolio which your instructor can see and grade.