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College Prep 2.0 Seminar
Transcript of College Prep 2.0 Seminar
Basic College Admissions Requirements (College Planning):
Development of Action Calendar
Creation of a 'Schools of Choice' List
Service Learning Project Execution
'Real World' Expectations for Success:
Critical Thinking Skills and Problem Solving Skills
Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence
Agility and Adaptability
Initiative and Entrepreneurialism
Effective Oral and Written Communication
Assessing and Analyzing
Curiosity and Imagination
Parental Involvement and Support:
An honest assessment of families' personal strengths and challenges in their ability to effectively navigate the college preparatory process
A successful transition from high school to college
Review of the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) and their affect on your child's ability to be college and/or career ready
4-Part Process for Success in College and Beyond
The rules for success in college and beyond have undergone major changes, yet families are still using strategies that are no longer effective which often leave their child/ren at a disadvantage when compared to their more prepared peers
Churches, organizations, and businesses please contact
Kim Crayton at
email@example.com or (678) 834-5800
to find out how you can offer this valuable informational seminar to the parents and students you serve
College Readiness...It's Not Just About Academics
'Those who are expecting freshman year to be little more than 13th grade better think again. College is a different educational country, and when traveling to a foreign country, it helps to have a guide.'
Drew C. Appleby, professor emeritus of psychology and retired director of undergraduate studies at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don't Teach The New Survival Skills Our Children Need-And What We Can Do About It, by Tony Wagner (Basic Books, 2008)