Attending college will not only allow me to better my interpersonal skills, it also will allow me to network with a diverse student body. Clubs and teams, among other ways to get involved, create many connections between students. From internships to employment opportunities, the connections made at universities have the potential to be life-changing.
“Many first-generation college students notice that their classmates are much better prepared for demanding college work than they are. As you make connections with other students in and out of class, you can also call on them for help, feedback, and advice.” (Cushman, 2006, Chapter 4)
Students are able to network while in school by attending Meet the Firms Night, participating in on campus interviews, by attending open houses, by attending the professional speaker series hosted by BAP, and by maintaining a proactive outreach. They then gave several additional example of how to network once an individual was in his or her career.
It was just questions of the day and then a few Kahoot games as a review. Next week, the students will be having a quiz on sections 1-2. My cooperating teacher and myself are curious to see if it helps the students do better when it comes time for the tests. There was also a scare at the school. We were going to leave at 3:00pm. However, while I was putting in the grades, I did one class and then I was looking at the grades online and it was extreme different than what they should have been. I had not changed the page, etc. So, when the teacher had gotten back I ask him, and here I was somehow on the page for the grades of the whole year. We did not know if I had changed anything, so we were going through all the classes in different nine weeks. False alarm, we did not leave until 3:30ish. I have Friday and Monday off so there is a nice break and more time to prepare for next
Yeah hold on" She showed me how to finish signing up for the ACT and she explained how I needed to come on a Saturday and I said, "Whhhaaaat!!! No I can't come up here on a Saturday unless someone drives me cuz my parents cannot drive up here". I asked my friend Trenton to drive me that Saturday because he was also taking the test. I was so nervous taking my test that day. Luckily I was in the same room as Trenton. After I took all the tests
Based on some of the responses of Unit 1 complete questions I would like to remind the class that it is very important to listen to the Attend section and read your online assigned textbook chapters in the READ section each week before completing your assignments.
For my office hour meeting, I met with my EDUC 123 professor, Cailen Birtles. This was meeting was because of the attendance policy in the class. I had missed a class due to being on vacation and had to set up a meeting. In this paper, I will reflect on how I set up the meeting, how the meeting helped me, and how I felt during and after the meeting.
Networking opens doors; there's no way around it. However, we approach networking as if our colleagues are future sources of income. The best networking relationships start as friendships. Approach networking like a friendship. Socialize with people you're comfortable with because it's hard to build relationships once you leave college. It's possible, but the college setting is easy to tap into because students and staff are accessible.
Interaction also means that students keep in contact with professors to ensure greater success in each of their classes