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Making Transfer Connections ePortfolio, Peer-Mentoring & Advisement 10.14.11

Cross Campus Workshop:
As a small group, create visual representations of your design on Post-Its (you may use as many as you need). Please write clearly and with LARGE letters, and include all information discussed, including the prompts to be used. Someone from your group should be prepared to present your pages very briefly (1-2 min) to the whole group. We will then use them in the next seminar activity (Campus Team Time).


Transcribed by Huan Li, LaGuardia Community College Student Technology Mentor

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  • 1. Making Transfer ConnectionsePortfolio, Peer-Mentoring & Advisement 10.14.11 Transcribed by Huan Li, LaGuardia Community College Student Technology Mentor
  • 2. Cross Campus WorkshopAs a small group, create visual representations of your design on Post-Its (you may use as many as you need). Please write clearly and with LARGE letters, and include all information discussed, including the prompts to be used. Someone from your group should be prepared to present your pages very briefly (1-2 min) to the whole group. We will then use them in the next seminar activity (Campus Team Time).Have Fun!
  • 3. Introduction Who is the student? Students Academic Goals Life GoalsClass Standing-Goals for each term/year– Freshman: 0-24 –Junior: 60-89– Sophomore: 25-59 – Senior: 90-120o within each year/term → folders for courses containing materials learnedAchievements (stellar work) Clubs/community Internships Papers/projectsReflection/ Connection` Target Goals Have your original goals been achieved/ how have they changed? Challenges throughout
  • 4. Advisement (Page)ServicesCounseling tutoring (Recourses) /careerAdvisementMentor/menteeSportsPart-time workSummary
  • 5. • Major• Academic performance• Goals – Educational Career• Interests/ Extra - Curricular• Advisement Notes
  • 6. Advisement Notes Notes from each advisor with the date,discussion topics, courses, recommends,Class-standing,Links to resourcesLife ChallengesPicture
  • 7. -Major-Academic performance-Goals – Educational Career-Interests/Extra –Curricular-Life Challenges-Advisement Notes-Links to resources
  • 8. ePortfolio & You• Intro to pg. (B 10) _______ _________ _______ _________ _______ _________ _______ _________• Why are you here? - What are your short terms goals? ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________• Where do you come from ? (Educational Background) - High school / Special Program - College
  • 9. • Where are you going? (Educational Goals) - possible major - outside interest - college (transfer) - career interests - personal values/ goals• Attach links here __________ ___________ ___________• What are you excited about? links __________ ___________ ___________• What are you afraid of? links __________ ___________ ___________
  • 10. 1. Where do you want be in 5-10 yrs?2. What challenges do you think you might face in your academic career?3. Where would you advise other students to get help?4. Identify one thing that you have been successful at?5. What is success for you?6. How can this success help you get to where you want to be 5 – 10 yrs?
  • 11. 7. What are your plans for when you leave here?8. [peer mentor videos from differentdisciplines]9. Links to different resources10. Short reflective survey - empowerment - educational self-esteem11. Thumbs up/ down for questions
  • 12. ePortfolio Page For AdvisementSHORT REFLECTIVE SURVEY– EMPOWERMENT– EDUCATIONAL SELF-ESTEEM
  • 13. E-Portfolio Steps/Traits Assessment ToolsWrites their own Mission Statement– Help the student find their inspirationHave them answer probing questions about theirgoals/ desires/ ambitions “form of a questionnaire”– List out the campus resources & outside the college - Specific faculty / advisors
  • 14. – why do you want to Short transfer? Term Long– what are your goals? – academic goals Have them put their – career goals goals on– E-Portfolio paper “Mission – Send them to create Statement” their own Mission Statement
  • 15. FYE Life Goal & Aspiration Assessment Q. Why this major or career path? Why is it important to you? Representative artifacts from your program – Links – Plan Transfer Academic asWell as dispositions Behavior + Skills, Knowledge
  • 16. About Me (Prompts)-In this section write aboutyourself and your different aspects: - Bio - Experience with educ. - Strengths/ Obstacles - Interests - Where do you see yourself in 5 years
  • 17. Front Page PastAbout Me My Goals Planning CoursesSide Courselink Career Education Sequence Link DegreeInterest Resume Perspective Works Cover Schools letter Campus Resources Trans. Or Grad. (Pick a Few) Knowledge Schools Of The Field Clubs Semester I Internship Link to Career SEM. II Resources SEM. III… Stud. Abroad
  • 18. Campus Resources- Thinking of your career & educational goals which of these campus resources do you feel would be useful:- Writing- Tutoring etc… Test Conversation with Advisor
  • 19. • Name Major/Minor• Semester• Courses Taken / Credits Earned• Courses I plan to take• Extra- curriculars• Future Academic Plan Career Plan• Academic Interests Academic Challenges• Self-Assessment• Advisor Feedback
  • 20. Pathway to Success: ePortfolioCareer AssessmentSelecting Major / programSemester PlanningCollege SearchTransfer Process AdvisementFeedback coop Q&AFollow up survey eg: Are you motivated to take action?
  • 21. Tool of Wizard toAssess Their Interestthat might map to specific career.Out puts Career or MajorRecommendationSelf Directive Search vs Career Adviser
  • 22. Sample Business Student – Class ScheduleWhich college provides such major? Or Where should they transfer? CUNY Law? Hunter Nursing? NYC Dental? Stony Brook?
  • 23. Post transfer Survey to Determine Success orFailure Rate of Choice SatisfactionUse Feedback to improve pathways to Success