We are on semester system, so our class runs for 15 weeks. Also, this class is mandatory for students returning from academic dismissal. However, we have had great success with it, and these topics work well for probationary students too.
Donald M. Pearl, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Academic Success
Georgia Institute of Technology
Clough Commons, 283K
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On Behalf Of Andrews, Calla
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2019 3:05 PM
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Subject: One Credit Hour Skills Class
I currently teach a three-credit hour study skills class that is mandatory for students who are placed on academic probation. I am proposing that it be changed to a one-credit hour class that is run more like a series of workshops on different learning strategies and time-management skills. Since our school is currently on a quarter system, I would have eight class meetings with the students.
Does anyone teach something similar? I need comparable examples for my proposal. Also, I would appreciate seeing a syllabus for a one-credit hour study skills type class.
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