SD 100 (Revised by S. Hoehn on May 2013)

  1. Explain the college’s academic regulations;
  2. Compare and contrast all the specific requirements in order to transfer to the University of California (UC), California State University (CSU) and Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU) systems;
  3. Summarize Glendale Community College’s Associate of Arts (A.A)/Associate of Science (A.S.) certificate and major requirements;
  4. Identify the college’s support services and summarize activities offered to students;
  5. Identify and explain the college’s specialized student support services;
  6. Synthesize major information for selected academic majors;
  7. Prepare a Student Educational Plan.

 SD 101 (Revised by S. Hoehn on May 2013)

  1. Display correct usage of reading, writing, and study skills tools of text-to-speech software;
  2. Apply study skills software tools to highlight main ideas and essential supporting details in content area reading;
  3. Utilize text-to-speech software dictionary and thesaurus to increase vocabulary development;
  4. Utilize text-to-speech writing tools to correct spelling errors and incorrect word usage, including homonyms.

 SD 103 (Revised by S. Hoehn on April 2013)

  1. Student will be able to identify critical elements of living and studying in the United States.
  2. Student will be able to explain the College’s academic regulations and understand immigration regulations affecting their F-1 Visa status.
  3. Students will be able to identify and explain the College’s support services.
  4. Student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of courses required, with appropriate sequence, to meet educational goal.

 SD 125 (Revised by S. Hoehn on April 2013)

  1. Student will be able to identify important Values, Skills, and Interests.
  2. Student will be able to demonstrate understanding of temperament/personality type and characteristics and how they relate to occupational choice.
  3. Student will be able to utilize the Career Center resources available for research.

SD 128 (Revised by S. Hoehn on April 2013)

  1. Students will apply the results of career assessments to occupations matching their skill sets.
  2. Students will describe the components of their vocational plan.
  3. Students will analyze and explain ways to be fiscally responsible adults.
  4. Students will demonstrate usage of several internet job and internship websites.

 SD 129 (Revised by S. Hoehn on May 2013)

  1. Display correct usage of reading, writing, and study skills tools of text-to-speech software;
  2. Apply study skills software tools to highlight main ideas and essential supporting details in content area reading;
  3. Utilize text-to-speech software dictionary and thesaurus to increase vocabulary development;
  4. Utilize text-to-speech writing tools to correct spelling errors and incorrect word usage, including homonyms.

SD 141 (Revised by S. Hoehn on May 2013)

  1. Apply effective academic strategies in note taking, preparing for tests, listening, reading, and memory;
  2. Identify and use campus support services and resources;
  3. Apply college academic and behavioral regulations.

SD 143 (Revised by S. Hoehn on May 2013)

  1. Identify learning strategies that capitalize on individual strengths;
  2. Develop a time-management plan for completion of coursework;
  3. Identify and utilize support services and compensatory strategies that assist in successful completion of content coursework.

 SD 145 (Revised by S. Hoehn on April 2013)

  1. Students will apply appropriate techniques to conceptualize and recall information.
  2. Students will identify personal values, personality type, skills, and interests leading to selection of possible college major and career goals.
  3. Students will locate appropriate campus and community resources that support student success and career decision-making.

 SD 146 (Revised by S. Hoehn on May 2013)

  1. Use a planner and the study formula to manage and balance academic and personal time;
  2. Use the SQ3R method and graphic organizers to improve reading comprehension skills;
  3. Prepare for taking notes during lectures by selecting an appropriate graphic organizer and successfully complete it by filling in main ideas, supporting details, and examples;
  4. Improve test outcomes in their courses by using the Three Facets of Test Preparation;
  5. Apply mnemonics and learning strategies that correspond with personal learning styles to improve long-term and short-term memory.
Last updated: 7/10/2013 3:38:26 PM