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A revised edition of my most popular talk: Connecting with the Connected. This new talk has a greater focus on recogizing the evolution of the student experience into what I have coinned the "Modern ...

A revised edition of my most popular talk: Connecting with the Connected. This new talk has a greater focus on recogizing the evolution of the student experience into what I have coinned the "Modern Collegiate Experience" Share and enjoy! .

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  • 1. subtitleCONNECTINGWITH THE CONNECTEDHOSTED BY:JEREMY MCQUIGGE, TRANSFER STUDENT COORDINATOR
  • 2. MAYAANGELOUIve learned that peoplewill forget what you said,people will forget whatyou did, but people willnever forget how youmade them feel.
  • 3. PART A1. Who am I & What I do2. Facts on Gen Y3. Facts on Gen Z4. New information from Noel-LevitzPART B5. Student DevelopmentTheory6. Modern CollegeExperience Framework7. Final Thoughts8. DiscussionPRESENTATION STRUCTURE
  • 4. PART A
  • 5. Frame of Reference I am a Millennial/Gen-Y/Echo Boomer (1982-1995) Eldest of 6 children who are all Gen Ys Transfer Student Coordinator, Algonquin College Professor, School of Business, Algonquin College Ontario Coordinator & Canadian Network Chair,National Orientation Directors Association Interacted with over 30,000 students in transition between Grade 8 – Firstyear College
  • 6. GAME ON
  • 7. PERSISTENCEPronunciation: /pəˈsɪst(ə)ns/noun[mass noun]the fact of continuing in an opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty oropposition:Cardiffs persistence was rewarded with a trythe continued or prolonged existence of something:the persistence of huge environmental problemshttp://oxforddictionaries.com/view/entry/m_en_gb0621940#m_en_gb0621940
  • 8. 7-FACTORS IN STUDENT PERSISTENCEFaculty are directlyconnected to:• Academic Related Skills• Academic Self-Confidence• Commitment toAcademic GoalsAND• Social Support
  • 9. FAST FACTS ON GEN Y Born 1982–1995 Gen Y students are not gifted at multitasking Hyper-confident but hyper-confused about the options There is a clear ideology about the work/life balance Adept with modern technology Prefer teamwork or collaboration By 2025 will be 75% of the world’s workforce
  • 10.  Born 1995 – 2011 More individualistic / Self directed then Gen Y Parents are advisors to this generation Comfortable with and even dependent on technology Constantly multitasking More socially responsible ALWAYS CONNECTEDFAST FACTS ON GEN Z
  • 11. FINDINGS FROM NOEL-LEVITZLEAST EFFECTIVE RETENTION METHODS:Social networking to engage students in online communitiesInterviews or surveys with students who are withdrawing, before theyleaveUsing established communication procedures to regularly communicatepersistence, retention, and completion rate data throughout the campus
  • 12. FINDINGS FROM NOEL-LEVITZMOST EFFECTIVE RETENTION METHODS:Programs designed specifically for first-year studentsProviding each continuing student a written academic plan/roadmapof remaining courses neededAcademic advising program
  • 13. RalphWaldoEmersonALL LIFE IS ANEXPERIMENT.THE MOREEXPERIMENTSYOU MAKE THEBETTER.
  • 14. PART B
  • 15. 7 Vectors of Student Development1. Developing competence2. Managing emotions3. Moving through autonomy toward interdependence4. Developing mature interpersonal relationships5. Establishing identity6. Developing purpose7. Developing integrity
  • 16. Check-InWhich of the 7 vectors do you feel we are responsiblefor in the classroom?
  • 17. THE FRAMEWORK
  • 18. final thought
  • 19. What will your SIGNATURE EXPERIENCE be?THE PURSUIT OF EDUCATION ISNOT SUPPOSE TO BE EASY. IT IS AJOURNEY OF LABOUR ANDPERSISTENCE.
  • 20. CONTACT INFOOntario Coordinator & Canadian Network ChairNational Orientation Directors Association----ProfessorSchool of Business | Algonquin College1385 Woodroffe Ave. OttawaOntario Canada K2G 1V8mcquigj@algonquincollege.comBlog: www.jmcquigge.caTwitter: www.twitter.com/JeremyMcQuiggeFacebook: www.facebook.com/JeremyMcQuiggeJEREMY MCQUIGGE