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EDUC 1300:Learning Framework – First-Year ExperienceCourse InformationFaculty InformationCourse Title:Learning FrameworkFirst-Year ExperienceName: Neil PhillipsCourse Number:EDUC 1300Office Location: F250Course Section: 4503Office Phone: 936 273 7246Credit Hours:3 creditsOffice Hours: By AppointmentPrerequisite:NoneE-mail:[email protected]Semester: SPRING 2016Class Location: n/aClass Days and Times:NONE- COMPLETELY ONLINESupervisor Name and Contact:Division Dean: Deborah Ellington,F252936-273-7020[email protected]Department Chair:Mr. David H. Pyle, Jr., M.EdG221M936-271-6203[email protected]COURSE MATERIALS (Required):Gardner, J. N. & Barefoot, B. O. (2012).Your LSC Experience.10thEdition, 2015 Update. Bedford/St. Martin’s.ISBN:978-1-319-03264-7COURSE GOAL:The goal of this class is to transform students’ academic behaviors and create a learning environment tointegrate students into a collegiate environment, ensure college readiness, enhance overall performance incollege courses, and facilitate successful completion of a degree or certificate.COURSE OVERVIEW:This course serves as the Lone Star College first-year experience student success course.It is designed toprovide first-year students with an opportunity to attain maximum success in college and in life.It will assiststudents in realizing their full potential by facilitating activities that promote effective learning and personaland professional growth.This course aims to achieve this goal by helping new students connect with LSCresources and promote a positive and successful college experience that leads to completion.At LSCS, our datareveals that this course has been successful in increasing student success.CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors thatimpact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, andmotivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies.Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths andweaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skillsdiscussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Studentsdeveloping these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.Page | 1Revised July 2015MakingConnectionswith LSCResourcesPersonal &ProfessionalGrowthEffectiveLearningSuccessfulCollegeExperience &Completion
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LEARNING OUTCOMES:1.Students in the college success course will be able to identify, describe, and utilize campus supportservices, systems, and student life opportunities.

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