Freshman Seminar - It's All About Starting A Movement!

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Freshman Seminar - It's All About Starting A Movement!

  1. 1. Louis Cabuhat, RN M.Ed.
  2. 2. Freshman Seminar Learning Objectives: (at the end of this lesson, you will be able to:)  Demonstrate fun–through    learning Type an E-mail message to your program director/teacher List two methods of using Facebook for learning Explain how the Career Services Department works to help connect you to your dream job List four solutions to your assigned ‘challenge’
  3. 3. 4-hour Agenda:  Freshman seminar is interactive  Online  Group discussions  Critical thinking  We will tour the campus:  Career Services Department  Faculty Office, Financial Aid Office  Student Lounge  We will create a Facebook account (if you don’t have one) and connect you to your classmates and teacher  We will create a LinkedIn account (if you don’t have one) and connect you with the campus and organization(s) you’d like to hire you  We will work together to problem-solve some common (academic and non-academic) obstacles seen by career college students
  4. 4. Anticipatory Set:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOMVWqBo3Og
  5. 5. Creating a Digital Connection  Please take a moment to send your program director a message.  What is your program of study?  Where did you go to school prior to _______ College?  Why did you choose to attend ________ College? These are just some suggestions. You may choose to tell them anything you like. There is only one rule: Please be sure to end your E mail with your full name and telephone number.
  6. 6. Using Facebook® For Class Participation  Search for your instructor using their ______ E mail address  Class conversations take place on Facebook. Find my message (posted today) and respond.  Keep it professional
  7. 7. Problem-solving Exercise  Working in your groups, now it’s time to discuss how your assigned challenge might get in the way of your goal to graduate.  Read the challenge aloud and then discuss solutions that initially come to mind.  Draft your responses on your display page
  8. 8. Reaching Out and Up for Success Scenario 1
  9. 9. Reaching Out and Up for Success Scenario 2
  10. 10. Reaching Out and Up for Success Scenario 3
  11. 11. Reaching Out and Up for Success Scenario 4
  12. 12. Reaching Out and Up for Success Scenario 5
  13. 13. Learning Objectives Checklist Did you:  Demonstrate fun–through-learning  Type an E-mail message to your program director/teacher  List two methods of using Facebook for learning  Explain how the Career Services Department works to help connect you to your dream job  List four solutions to the your assigned ‘challenge’

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