READY SET SUCCEED!
Ready, Set, Succeed! provides a framework and focus for students that are not yet college ready to begin to know themselves by strengthening their self-efficacy, preparing themselves by understanding how they learn best, and using those strategies to persist and complete their academic goals. These areas will be explored as part of small learning communities, or neighborhoods, which will include faculty mentors and learning support specialists, who will be success coaches.
NEIGHBORHOODS FOR SUCCESS (N4S)
A supportive community provides the foundation for a student’s growth mindset, helps them to identify their motivation for learning, and provides learning strategies to enhance success. SPC’s Neighborhoods for Success (N4S) will provide the structure, focus, and tools for our most at need student population of flexible opt-out students as they begin their academic pathway.
The implementation of Ready, Set, Succeed! will begin in Fall 2017 and continue through Spring 2018 with a pilot of a small sample of students, representing two campuses, the St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus and the Clearwater campus. The students will engage with others in their neighborhood with face-to-face meetings and on-campus events, as well as online modules in a MyCourses course shell. The curriculum for the of Neighborhoods for Success will be composed of the six modules below:
- Module 1: Why am I here?
- Module 2: How do I keep it together?
- Module 3: How do I know that I know?
- Module 4: How do I hold on to all of this learning?
- Module 5: How do I stay plugged in?
- Module 6: How do I keep it Going?
As part of a N4S, students will demonstrate mastery in each of the learning outcomes through collaborative hands-on activities, participation in neighborhood events, and thoughtful discussion and assignment completion. Collaboration with Faculty Mentors and Success Coaches through participation in their N4S will further enhance student learning by helping students develop their confidence in learning and allowing them to identify the learning strategies that work best for them to help them with retention, persistence, and completion of their academic goals.
Click here to access the QEP SharePoint Site (SPC Credentials required)
RESOURCES FOR FACULTY