EDU1010- Mini blended (1) - Virginia College Course...

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Virginia CollegeEDU1010 MiniPage 1Course SyllabusCourse Number:EDU1010 Section: Course Title:Learning FrameworkInstructor Name:Voice Mail:Email Address:Date Prepared by Instructor: Term Dates:Class Meetings:Website URL for Online Access: Credit Hours:4 Lecture Hours:40Lab Hours:0Course Length:6 weeksPrerequisite(s):NoneTextbook:Clifton, Donald, et. al. (2006). StrengthsQuest: Discover and Develop your Strengths in Academics, Career, and Beyond, (2nded.). Gallup Press.Instructional Materials:Virtual Library (through the student portal at ), instructornotes, hand-outs, outside readings, research, group interaction, case studies, textbook, and Internet sources.Course Description:Students are introduced to practical models for adult learning. Experimentation with various learning models and application of study strategies based upon the models will result in students developing a personal learning approach matched to their preferences and strengths. Topics also include life skills applicable to support student and career success. This course also introduces the student to Virginia College and its learning resources.Course Objectives:Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:examine individual personality types, learning styles, and strengths;discuss various memory, note-taking, and active study strategies;analyze time management and stress management techniques; apply critical thinking to solve case studies and hypothetical situations;describe and demonstrate effective communication skills;examine the relationship between conflict resolution and working in teams;display information literacy skills; demonstrate financial literacy skills;develop a career plan that includes the desired career path as well as short and long-term goals; demonstrate the attributes of professionalism; and work cooperatively with others.Instructional Methods:Discussion, lecture, audio visual, demonstration, and hands-on application.Reviewed Date: January 2016
Virginia CollegeEDU1010 MiniPage 2Course SyllabusResources:Textbooks and Virtual Library. Virginia College supports a successful academic experience for all students, which includes providing a basis for learning life-long research skills. The Virtual Library and its thousands of resources are available to all students 24 hours/ 7 days a week. Reference materials are available in our college library as well as the Internet and the local public libraries. Research assignments should include the Virtual Library which is your gateway to reference resources. Students may access the virtual library through the website: . Should you need assistance with either using the library or finding a specific resource, contact a librarian for assistance by clicking on the Ask a Virtual Librarian link .The dedicated library staffis available around the clock to assist you.

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