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Group project open me!!!
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Group project open me!!!
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Group project open me!!!
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Group project open me!!!
Group project open me!!!
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Team Project for SLS1103. …

Team Project for SLS1103.
Jamie Still, Raymond Davis, Beatriz Ramos, Diane Ivey

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    • 1. Adults Returning to College: Obstacles, Benefits and Goals “Prelude to a Change”Beatriz Ramos Diane Ivey Raymond Davis Jamie StillSLS 360699 Group Project
    • 2. Recent High School Graduates vs. Returning Adults  Recent Graduates Familiarity with Tech Study Habits Still Fresh in Mind Not So Many Family and Financial Obligations
    • 3. Returning Adults• Familiarity With Tech?• So Long Since Last Used Study and Research Mindset• Sole Provider or Split Income Providers for Family
    • 4. Relearning How to Learn New School: Using Online Resources a: Search Engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing) b: Ebsco, Jstor, etc. (Scholarly Resources) c: Information Readily Available Through Websites (FoxNews, CNN, Associated Press, Etc.) Old School: Research and Library Use a: Dewey Decimal System b: Reading the Whole Work for Research c: Newspapers, Print Articles, Micro-Film
    • 5.  Not wanting to be around younger, possibly immature students Fear of Failure
    • 6.  Online vs. In-Person Lack of Human Interaction Online Materials: Ease of Use Print Applications & Forms
    • 7. Time Management Skills FAMILY AND PERSONAL Loss of Personal Time Loss of Family time Added Stress and Responsibility for Husband/Wife/Significant Other/etc. in the Household
    • 8. Time Management Skills ContinuedWork and school:SplittingResponsibilitiesEffectively UsingBreak TimesLoss of Hours at JobBecause of Classtime
    • 9. A GROUP PIC OF ALL OF US…….just an idea  Reasons We Returned Financial Security for Ourselves and Families Self-Esteem Setting a Positive Example for Our Children
    • 10. SOCIALIZING AS A RESOURCEProblem Solving Through Group BrainstormingUsing Your Peers as a Sounding Board (School, Personal, and Business)Networking for Business and Personal GrowthSocial Media as a Tool for Growth
    • 11.  Disabilities: Educational & Physical Veterans Women’s Minorities Academic Scholarships Vocational: Scholarships Available Through Employers or Trade Associationswww.fscj.edu/mydegree/student-resources/
    • 12. SITTING DOWN WITH ADVISERS Scheduling finding the time for appointments for financial aid & advising vs. work & family Misconceptions and Judgmental Perceptions dealing with advisors and staff attitude Understanding and Overcoming Challenges: knowing your goals asking the right questions did the advisor seem interested in your success and give you good guidance expectations of service and guidance
    • 13. WORK CITED PAGECarter, C., & Bishop, J. (2012). Keys to success: building analytical, creative, and practical skills (7th ed.). Boston: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon Publishers.Florida State College - Student Resources. (n.d.). Florida State College at Jacksonville. Retrieved April 21, 2012, from http://www.fscj.edu/mydegree/student-resources/Foothill College is a CARES Partner. (n.d.). Foothill College Home. Retrieved April 21, 2012, from http://www.foothill.edu/childdevelopment/cares.phpThe Economy and the Economics of Everyday Life - Economix Blog - NYTimes.com. (n.d.). The Economy and the Economics of Everyday Life - Economix Blog - NYTimes.com. Retrieved April 21, 2012, from http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/

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