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Pathways and Possibilities

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Transcript of Pathways and Possibilities

Agenda
Session One:
Top 10 List: Ingredients for Student Success

Session Two:
Technology in the Classroom: D2L and other Tools

Session Three:
Centennial College / School of Business: Pathways and Possibilities

Pathways and Possibilities

Liz Clarke - Professor/Program Coordinator
School of Business

For

Toronto Catholic District School Board

January 6, 2015
Your "Take-Aways"
Participants should

Have clearer idea of what contributes to the success of a post-secondary student

Have some concrete thoughts on how to support that success

Understand how some technology tools can enhance the relationship between instructors and students (crucial to learning)

Know more about Centennial College, our School of Business and the "pathways and possibilities" we offer
How can we help students develop?
Make processes explicit.
Team, organization, time management, planning ...

Reward good planning practices.
If evidence of good prioritization, coordination, or other planning elements are there, reward this explicitly.

Do "post-mortems".
Have teams review how a task, assignment, project unfolded.
What worked well? What didn't?
What would you do again? What would you never do again?


1. Time Management
2. Stress Management
3. Personal Management
4. Initiative / Goal-Setting
5. Perseverance / Work Ethic
6. Literacy
7. Numeracy
8. Personal Responsibility
9. Team / Interpersonal Skills
10. Risk Taking / Tolerance of Failure


Liz Clarke
F/T Professor @ Centennial since 2000:
First "Professor of eBusiness" hired in Ontario College system!

Courses in:
Business Communications, Strategy, Project Management, Industry/Consulting Projects

20+ years managing /consulting: Still consulting when time allows

Currently adapting Pearson's most successful US business communications text for Canadian post-sec market

MBA:
Rotman School of Management
(U of T) 2003 (Dean's List)

HBA:
Brock University
1986 (Double Major in Theatre/English)
Top 10 List: Ingredients for Student Success
What do you think? What would your list look like?
A little icebreaker ...

Write down the name of someone you admire because you feel they are "successful".
Someone famous? Or your best friend? Anyone.
(You will not be asked to share this name!)

Write down THREE attributes of that person that you feel has helped them be successful. These may be attributes you wish to emulate.


In your groups ...

Share your list of attributes with the other members of your group, creating a master list.

Duplicates? No problem. Indicate the total number of iterations with brackets.
Ability to focus (3)

Decide within your group which attributes are the top three that contribute to "success". Try to reach consensus.


Time Management
Stress Management
Personal Management
Initiative/Goal-Setting
Perserverance / Work Ethic
Literacy
Numeracy
Personal Responsibility
Team / Interpersonal Skills
Risk-Taking / Tolerance of Failure
In your groups ...

Share your list of attributes with your group. Create a master list from the input of all members.

Duplicates? No problem. Indicate the number of iterations using a number in brackets.
Ability to focus (3)

As a group, decide which three items on the master list are most critical as success factors.


How can we help students develop?
Discuss personality types.
Integrate a Myers-Briggs, Keirsey, True Colors or similar type assessment into your curriculum. Raise awareness that perhaps people are not inherently "bad" or "good" but may have a personality type that just is harder for YOUR personality type to adapt to.

Use Team Charters for Team Projects.
Have teams develop and codify their own team protocols.
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