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Course SyllabusLearning FrameworkEDUC 1300Semester withCourse ReferenceNumber (CRN)Fall 2018Second Start, 12 weeksCRN: 62442Instructor contactinformation(phone numberand emailaddress)Professor George[email protected]713-718-6978 (leave message)Office Locationand HoursOffice hours: Alief Hayes Campus. By AppointmentPlease feel free to contact me concerning any problems that you areexperiencing in this course. You do not need to wait until you havereceived a poor grade before asking for my assistance.Your performancein my class is very important to me. I am available to hear your concernsor just to discuss course topics.CourseLocation/TimesSpring Branch Campus, Tu 2.00 P.M.- 3.50 P.M.Course SemesterCredit Hours(SCH) (lecture,lab) If applicableCredit Hours3.00Lecture Hours3.00Laboratory Hours0Total CourseContact HoursContinuingEducation Units(CEU): ifapplicable48NoneCourse Length(number of weeks)12Type of InstructionLecture/Web-Enhanced
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CourseDescription:EDUC 1300 is a study of the research and theory in the psychology oflearning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning; andapplication of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning,cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for theintroduction of college-level student academic strategies.In addition,the course focuses on numerous college, career, and lifemanagement topics necessary for students to make the most oftheir college investment.CoursePrerequisite(s)PREREQUISITE (S):TSIA scoresAcademicDiscipline/CTEProgram LearningOutcomesN/ACourse StudentLearningOutcomes (SLO):1-51. Develop and use an academic/personal/professional action plan toinclude long-term goals, with detailed emphasis on time spent atHCCS.2.Identify and use strategies to manage your time, energy, finances, andpersonal responsibilities.3.Identify and use various services at HCCS.4.Identify strategies to increase learning, motivation, memory, test-takingabilities, note-taking abilities, and reading comprehension.5.Learn and practice essential skills of academic, career, and personalsuccess.LearningObjectives(Numberingsystem should belinked to SLO -e.g., 1.1, 1.2, 1.3,etc.)SLO #1: Develop and use an academic/personal/professional actionplan to include long-term goals, with detailed emphasis on timespent at HCCS.1.1 Create and prioritize short-term and long-term goals related to youracademic/personal/professional development at HCCS.1.2 Use inventories or assessments to identify career interests, values,and abilities.1.3 Examine various career options and use available resources (e.g.career center, college library, etc.) to research and analyzeinformation pertaining to career options.1.4 Select an academic/workforce pathway and select a degree plan.

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