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  1. Success 100 Heald College Ms. T. Oliver, M.A.

  2. Assignments • Turned in at the beginning of class • In Folder at the door (marked “TURN IN WORK HERE”) • Call me if you’re going to miss the class!!!

  3. Course Requirements • Student Planner Assignments • Personal Portfolio Assignments • In-class handouts and bookwork • Homework • Quizzes and Final exam • Participation in classroom discussions and activities • Planner use—will be checked every class

  4. Instructor Information • Ms. T. Oliver, M.A • mstoliver.heald@gmail.com • http://mstoliver@wikispaces.com/Success • (916) 905-7559 • Office hours: By appointment

  5. Grading Policy • Exams 40% • Projects and Assignments 50% • Planner, Portfolio, Homework, etc • Participation 10% • 2-3 graded activities per class

  6. Textbooks • Carter, C., Bishop, J., & Kravits, S.L. (2009). Keys to Success (Heald Edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall. ISBN 013512879X • Student Planner • Student Online Companion web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/chet_carter_keys_6/

  7. About Tracy Oliver • Born in Reno Nevada- “Biggest Little City” Education • Washington State University Bachelors of Science Degree in Home Econ. • National University-Sacramento CA. Teaching Credentials MA in Education

  8. Attendance • If you miss 14 days in a row, you will be dropped. Letter of Appeal? • Studies have shown that 85% attendance is minimum for success. • There are graded activities during class period • If you need to miss class, call/text/emailMs. Oliver as soon as you know you are going to be absent (916-905-7559).

  9. Makeup Policy • Each student has the opportunity to make up one missed major in-class graded event. • You MAY make up one (1) quiz or exam. • You may NOT make up an in-class activity. • You will not be given the same quiz/exam everyone else takes. • In-class we take quizzes as games. Out of class, you have a 3pg quiz: multiple choice, short answer and essay.

  10. Blue or White Scrubs for MEDICAL Layer appropriately- White Only NO Canvas/Fabric Shoes- It’s a hazard! Shoes must be covered- no holes Or open toed No Piercings and/or excessive jewelry WHITE shoes- Leather only, Must have a defined heel No Piping on Scrubs No Externship Scrubs WHITE Outerwear only!!!! NO HOODS

  11. NO HOODS Professional Attire Example

  12. NO HOODS Professional Attire Example

  13. MALES & FEMALES: NO HATS OF ANY KIND NO HOODIES OR SWEATSHIRTS NO SUNGLASSES IN THE CLASSROOM PROFESSIONAL OUTERWEAR ONLY IN THE CLASSROOMS!!!

  14. Homework/class Work • All homework is due on the due date at the beginning of the class period. No late homework will be accepted under any circumstances. • Homework should be typed in MLA format You may download a template from our class website and you can print on campus for free! • All class work must be done in class and turned in that day and at the time specified. • If you are absent or tardy or leave class, you cannot make up the class work (including quizzes) that you missed. • Your name should be on all of your work.

  15. First Generation StudentsHidden “Rules” to College • Turn off/silence your cell phone in class. • Come to class on time and stay to the end. • Have your book open, eyes forward, pen in hand • Take notes on key points, not every single word • PLAN time to study/do HW w/in 24hrs of today’s class. • Reflect: What is working for you, what isn’t.

  16. How to Get an “a” • Show up on time to each class. Do not miss class, come tardy, or leave early. • Be preparedfor each class with your homework and studying done. • Follow the directions and be mindful of the grading rubric for each assignment. • Pay attention to your syllabus. All homework and quizzes are listed in the syllabus and are downloadable/on the website. • Work hard—make a true effort with your homework and class work. • Participatein class discussions and activities. • Be diligent, responsible, and a good citizen of the class. (This means, among other things, being respectful of everyone, including yourself. Put away your cell phone. Put away your food.) • Contact the teacher. I am here to help you! • Get your work done early. Waiting until the last minute may mean not having your work done because of unforeseen problems with computers, printers, etc.

  17. Course Schedule • See Pg 3 of the Syllabus • Write EVERY due date in your planner TODAY.

  18. Planner: Due EVERY WEEK! Topics to be covered on that day Homework: due at the next meeting. Type your Paragraphs if possible, Portfolios: do handout

  19. Personal Portfolio • Designed to help you prepare a life/career plan • identify your personal strengths, • set realistic career goals, • develop a resume, and • engage in other activities that will support your personal and professional success. • Each Portfolio is worth 10 points. Each activity should be complete and easy to read. Professional language should be used at all times. • I will provide handouts (that you can also download online!)

  20. Personal Portfolio Activities • #1- Setting Career Goals (pg 29) • #2- Plans for Success: Career Goals (pg 61) • #3- Self-Portrait Think Link (pg 92) • #4- Generating Ideas for Internships (pg 130) • #5- Reading Skills on the Job (pg 168) • #6- Learning more about career success (pg 205) • #7- On-the-Job Testing (pg 238) • #8- A Job Interview Cover Letter (pg 272) • #9- Compiling a Resume (pg 306) • #10- Wellness at Work (pg 340) • #11- Be Specific About Your Job Needs (pg 377) • #12- Revisit Your Successful Intelligence (pg 399)

  21. Planner • Keep track of schedule/ events in your Planner. • This will be checked in class but not collected.

  22. Student Paragraph Assignments • Example Week 1: • Paragraph to be turned in: Write a one-paragraph reflection on how this may help you in school and on the job.

  23. Success 100 Final • Prepare an oral presentation on the four questions found in your syllabus. • Email me your presentation no later than 5pm the day before the final presentation is due. • Each of the four questions is worth a possible 20 points, and the professionalism of your presentation is worth a possible total of 20 points. • Total points possible: 100

  24. Computer/cell phone Usage • During lectures, presentations, and discussion monitors (if we have a computer classroom) should be turned off unless otherwise approved. • If you need to take a call or text during class hours, immediately leave the room. • Do not have a conversation (voice or text) in the classroom.

  25. Golden Rule • Respect • Each other The classroom The school Yourself Me • Positive comments only. • No negative comments allowed in class.

  26. Campus ReSources • Mental Resources • Note-taking, organizing, sorting, planning • Physical Resources • Health, transportation, school materials, computers • Financial Resources • Meet your needs for food, clothing, bills • Emotional Resources • Get hope! • Get your attitude on right.

  27. Helpful Links • Heald Portal (check grades here) http://myportal.heald.edu(go to Assignments, not Grades) • Heald Emailhttp://webmail.heald.edu • Heald CARES assistance program http://healdcares.com

  28. The Learning Pyramid

  29. Blooms taxonomy of creativity

  30. Blooms taxonomy of thinking