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  • 1.  Laredo Community College.  Student Success.  Instructor. Elizabeth M. Moore. Class: 8:00 am – 8:50 am TR.  Ilse Cuevas Martinez.
  • 2.  First Semester ( Remedials).  My classes. - Student Success.- STSC 0101-M39. Class: 8:00 am – 8:50 am TR. Instructor. Elizabeth M. Moore. Aug.26, 2013- Oct 18,2013. Lewis Energy Academic Center 104. -Writing II.- ENGL0376- M07. Class: 9:30 am – 10:45 am TR. Instructor. Sylvia R. Elizondo. Aug.26,2013 – Dec. 16, 2013. Adkinis Building 114. -Pre-college Mathematics II.- Math 0376. Class: 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm TR. Instructor: Norma E. Hachar. Aug.26,2013 – Dec 16, 2013. Memorial Hall 209 -Reading II.- READ0376- M14. Class: 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm TR. Instructor: Claudia N. Garcia. Aug.26,2013 – Dec 16, 2013. Adkinis Building 221.
  • 3. Date Week Brief Description of Topic Assignments/Examinatio ns/ Activities with Brief Description Chapters/Reading Materials Week One: Objective 6: College Experiences in regards to Support Services and Academic Issues. The student will understand the college’s expectations of them as well as become informed about college policies, procedures, services, and financial aid. • The Culture of College •The Tree Thinking Skills •Build Self- Esteem •How Emotional Intelligence Promotes Success Course Outline and Objectives Chapter 1- Welcome to College: Growing Toward Success Week Two: Objective 1: Master effective study skills. The student will learn how to raise their grades in college by improving essential skills such as time management, note taking, stress management, overcoming test anxiety, effective study techniques, memorizing and test taking. •How to Set and Achieve Goals •Manage Your Time Effectively •Explore Who You Are As A Learner •Tools That Will Help You Assess How You Learn •Maximize Your Classroom Experience •Identify and Manage Learning Disabilities Chapter 2- Values, Goals, and Time: Managing Yourself Chapter 3- Learning How you Learn: Making the Most of your Abilities
  • 4. Week Three: Objective 2: Maximize learning. The student will learn about different learning styles and how to maximize their learning to match their learning style. The student will apply this knowledge to develop their own learning system, giving the student the foundation to learning important course content in college as well as becoming a more effective lifelong learner. •Improve Your Analytical Thinking Skills •Improve Your Creative Thinking Skills •Improve Your Practical Thinking Skills • Solve Problems and Make Decisions Effectively Chapter 4- Critical, Creative and Practical Thinking: Solving Problems and Making Decisions Week Four: Objective 4: Improve creative and critical thinking skills. The student will learn how to enhance their thinking skills essential for analyzing and solving problems in their academic, professional, as well as personal lives. The student will also develop reasoning skills that will help them construct both persuasive arguments and deconstruct illogical arguments •What Sets You Up for Reading Comprehension •SQ3R To Improve Reading •Strategies That Help With Specific Subjects and Formats • Become a Literate Reader & Researcher • Respond Critically to What You Read Chapter 5- Reading and Information Literacy: Learning From Print and Online Decisions
  • 5. Week Five: Objective 1: Master effective study skills. The student will learn how to raise their grades in college by improving essential skills such as time management, note taking, stress management, overcoming test anxiety, effective study techniques, memorizing and test taking. •How To Become a Better Listener • How to Improve Note-Taking Skills •How Does Memory Work •How to Remember What You Study •Mnemonic Devices Boost Recall •Study Strategies That Put It All Together Chapter 6- Listening and Note Taking: Taking In and Recording Information Chapter 7- Memory and Studying: Retaining What You Learn Week Six: Objective 2: Maximize learning. The student will learn about different learning styles and how to maximize their learning to match their learning style. The student will apply this knowledge to develop their own learning system, giving the student the foundation to learning important course content in college as well as becoming a more effective lifelong learner. •Preparation to Improve Test Performance •Work Through Test Anxiety •Strategies That Will Help You Succeed on Tests • Master Different Types of Test Questions •Developing Cultural Competence •Communi cate Effectively •Make the Most of Personal Relationships Chapter 8- Test Taking: Showing What You Know Chapter 9- Diversity and Communication: Making Relationships Work
  • 6. Week Seven: Objective 1: Master effective study skills. The student will learn how to raise their grades in college by improving essential skills such as time management, note taking, stress management, overcoming test anxiety, effective study techniques, memorizing and test taking. • Focusing on Health To Help You Manage Stress • Making Effective Decisions About Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs •Making Effective Decisions About Sex Chapter 10- Wellness and Stress Management: Staying Healthy in Mind and Body Week Eight: Objective 5: Rewards of College. The student will discuss the reasons behind attending college, their academic expectations, as well as career plans. • Prepare For Career Success •Conduct an Effective Job Search •Continue to Activate Your Successful Intelligence • How Will Learning in This Course Bring Success Chapter 12- Careers and More: Building a Successful Future Final Exam
  • 7. M A T H 0 3 7 6
  • 8. First Semester Credit Hours ENGL 1301 Composition I 3 TECA 1311 Educating Young Children 3 CDEC 1313 Curriculum Resources 3 TECA 13541 Child Growth & Development 3 CDEC 21861 Internship 1 Fine Arts2 3 16 Freshman Year
  • 9. Second Semester Credit Hours TECA 1318 Wellness of the Young Child 3 CDEC 1356 Emergent Literacy 3 CDEC 13191 Child Guidance 3 CDEC 21871 Internship 1 COSC 1301 Introduction to Computing 3 ENGL 1302 Composition II 3 16 Summer Session Credit Hours SPCH 1311 Intro to Speech Communication 3 PSYC 2301 General Psychology 3 6
  • 10. First Semester Credit Hours CDEC 1321 Infant & Toddler 3 CDEC 1358 Creative Arts 3 CDEC 23071 Math & Science for Early Childhood 3 CDEC 21881 Internship 1 CDEC 1359 Children with Special Needs 3 13 Second Semester Credit Hours TECA 1303 Family, School, & Community 3 CDEC 2326 Administration of Programs I 3 MATH3 or Natural Science3 3 CDEC 24864 Internship 4 Humanities5 (ENGL) 3 16 Sophomore Year Graduate at Laredo Community College an Associate of Science Degree in Child Development.
  • 11. EDEC 1304 Play and Play Environments EDEC 2324 The Young Child EDEC 3363 Expressive Arts for the Young Child EDEC 3364 Mathematics and Science Principles for Young Children EDEC 4362 Language and Literacy for the Young Child EDEC 4366 Curriculum and Materials in Early Childhood Education EDEC 4199-4399 Issues in Early Childhood Education MINOR CURRICULUM - EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 18 SCH Select 18 sch from the courses listed below with at leas 12 SCH at the 3000-4000 level: Note: Students opting for an Early Childhood Education minor must meet all College of Education admissions standards.