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Orientation and Transition Landscape 1

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Transcript of Orientation and Transition Landscape 1

The Orientation and Transition Landscape Goals Understand Each of the following questions... Who are our and why are they here? and be able to answer What do we know about Transition ? What is the role of programming? Orientations Students Why do we have Students helping Students ? Remember these questions as we present... ... because there might be an at the end of BOOt Camp. exam Just kidding. Remember your first day at UBC... How can we make sense of this data? Schlossberg's Transition Theory How to use Schlossberg's Transition Theory in University Transition defined: “any event or non-event that results in changed relationships, routines, assumptions, roles” 4 S 's Support Strategies Self Situation Evans, N.J., Forney, D.S., & Guido-Dibrito, F. (1998). Student development in college: Theory, research and practice. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Counseling psychologist, 9(2), 2-18. Schlossberg, N.K. (1981). A model for analyzing human adaptation to transition. New to UBC-Vancouver Report on Direct Entrants, 2009 http://www.pair.ubc.ca/surveys/nubc/New%20to%20UBCV%20direct%20entrants%20summary.doc Class of 2014 Where did they come from? BC: Canada: Rest of World: 67% 12% 21% Mean Entrance Average: 89% (Direct from High School) Class of 2013 46.2% of respondents learned English as their first language GENDER %
Women 59.6%
Men 40.4% 78.9% can speak two or more languages well enough to conduct a conversation 48.4% have lived in another country besides Canada for at least one year 66.2% have fathers who have completed a post-secondary degree and 58.2% have mothers who have completed a post-secondary degree. Approximately 80% have parents who have taken some college or university studies How do you plan to commute to UBC? (Select the mode of transport you will use most often)

Vehicle (alone) 109 6.3%
Vehicle (with others/carpool) 109 6.3%
Walk 18 1.0%
Bicycle 30 1.7%
Public transport 1455 84.3%
Other 4 0.2% Data from Enrolment Services (2010) Transition and transitional experiences UBC Orientations, Schlossberg's Transitional Theory CLASS Presentation, 2010 If you can read this, then you FAILED have your exam Case Studies! Exam Questions: Just kidding.
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