SD 001 (Revised on March 2009)

  1. individual areas in need of improvement;
  2. Solve errors identified by instructors, counselors, or tutors;
  3. Compose assignments independent of a tutor’s help;
  4. Explain successful study habits and memory techniques;
  5. Organize large assignments into manageable tasks;
  6. Illustrate verbal and written communication and/or computational skills.

SD 100 (Revised on Feb. 2004)  

  1. Identify values, aptitudes, skills and interest;
  2. Demonstrate understanding of personality types and characteristics;
  3. Identify learning styles and apply to development of effective study behavior;
  4. Select a tentative college major and relate it to career goals;
  5. Prepare and write a Student  Education Plan;
  6. Utilize college resources to identify courses necessary to complete college goals.
  7. Identify the college’s support services and summarize activities offered to students;
  8. Learn and apply decision making and time management techniques;

SD 101 (Revised on Feb. 2004)

 

  1. Identify values, aptitudes, skills and interest;
  2. Demonstrate understanding of personality types and characteristics;
  3. Identify learning styles and apply to development of effective study behavior;
  4. Select a tentative college major and relate it to career goals;
  5. Prepare and write a Student  Education Plan;
  6. Utilize college resources to identify courses necessary to complete college goals.
  7. Identify the college’s support services and summarize activities offered to students;
  8. Learn and apply decision making and time management techniques;

SD 103 (Revised on June. 2009)

 

  1. Differentiate the critical elements of living and studying in the United States of America;
  2. Explain the College’s academic regulations;
  3. Identify the College’s student support services and activities offered;
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of courses required, with appropriate sequence, to meet educational goal.

SD 105 (Revised on June. 2009)

  1. Utilize techniques for time management and goal achievement;
  2. Practice active learning;
  3. Identify methods to develop effective support networks utilizing appropriate campus support services;
  4. Demonstrate increased acceptance of personal responsibility in the attainment of goals;
  5. Select tentative educational/career goals;
  6. Develop a Student Education Plan based on tentative educational/career goals.
  7. Develop a Student Education Plan based on tentative educational/career goals.

SD 115 (Revised on Feb. 2004)

  1. Define Financial Aid programs and issues;
  2. Apply Financial Aid requirements to overall educational plan;
  3. Identify and interpret student responsibilities during attendance and upon exit;
  4. Analyze success factors for continuing Financial Aid eligibility;
  5. Estimate and evaluate both short term and long term educational goal within Financial Aid restraints and support. 

SD 120 (Revised on June 2009)

  1. Clarify transfer goals;
  2. Understand university transfer admissions requirements for the California State University, the University of California and selected private and independent four-year institutions with particular emphasis on minimum GPA and units, priority filing periods, impaction, and appeal processes;
  3. Become aware of special programs such as EOP&S (Educational Opportunity Programs and Services) and SAA (Student Affirmative Action), and special admissions;
  4. Acquire skills to effectively communicate with university admissions bureaucracies;
  5. Be made aware of university financial aid programs and priority filing periods;
  6. Receive instruction on developing and autobiographical essay;
  7. If undecided, be referred to the Career Center for major selection, the Transfer Center for transfer institution options, and counselor for Individual Educational Plan;
  8. Be referred to college and academic services as needed;
  9. Be referred to appropriate university admissions staff to facilitate the transfer process.  

SD 125 (Revised on June 2009)

  1. Identify important values, aptitudes, skills and interests;
  2. Identify skills possessed and those to be developed;
  3. Demonstrate understanding of temperament/personality type and characteristics and how they relate to occupational choice;
  4. Compare and contrast characteristics of at least two occupations related to career preferences;
  5. Select a tentative career goal compatible with one’s values, personality, skills, interests, aptitudes and goals;
  6. Identify and use a decision-making model to focus on occupational choices;
  7. Use the Career Center resources available for research and the important sources of labor market information (reference books, computer databases, etc.)

SD 126 (last revised June 2009)

  1. Assess skills, and accomplishments as they relate to the world of work;
  2. Develop an effective resume, cover letter and network list;
  3. Develop successful strategies in regard to networking and interviewing for a job;
  4. Identify and locate several sources of job leads.

SD 127 (Revised on June 2009)

  1. Understand the relationship between courses, majors, careers, and the students’ own needs, values, interests, and skills;
  2. Understand the important factors in selecting courses to enroll in each semester;
  3. Understand that different college majors and careers require various levels of educational development;
  4. Relate college majors to appropriate career and job opportunities;
  5. Identify the academic fields of studies students are most interested in;
  6. Investigate the required major, minor, and elective lower division courses for a particular degree or certificate program;
  7. Be familiar with the use of resource books, catalogs, and information needed in choosing a major.  

SD 128 (Revised on June 2009)

  1. Develop a research paper that includes an assessment of strengths and limitations as these relate to their specific disabilities and the world of work;
  2. Demonstrate understanding of temperament/personality types and characteristics and how they relate to occupational choices;
  3.  Identify and use a decision-making model to focus on vocational choice with consideration to their disabilities;
  4. Use the Career Center resources for research, including reference books and computer programs;
  5. Compare and contrast two occupations, including the physical demands of the occupation and how it might affect their particular disabilities;
  6. Write a job resume and cover letter and relate them to disability issues;
  7. Demonstrate understanding of the job search strategy process by developing their own job search strategy program;
  8. Identify and analyze at least two job markets relating to personal career choices.  

SD 129 (Revised on Sep 2009)

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

SD 130 (Revised on Sep 2009)

  1. Students will use text-to-speech software to read documents and create an outline of important information.
  2. Students will use technology to create group projects that demonstrate ability to extract main ideas and relevant details from online documents.

SD 141 (revised on Feb 2004)

  1. Relate their college assessment and coursework to their educational and career goals.
  2. Review and complete or revise their SEP (Student Education Plan).
  3. Identify campus support services and resources.
  4. Apply college academic and behavioral regulations.
  5. Apply time management strategies to academic and daily life.
  6. Apply their learning style to effective learning.
  7. Improve personal management and responsibility.
  8. Apply effective academic strategies in note taking, preparing for tests, listening, reading, and memory.
  9. Improve problem solving using critical and creative thinking.

SD 143 (Revised on Feb 2006)

  1. Develop a foundation in math that can be applied to present and future college math courses;
  2. Strengthen critical thinking skills as necessary for application of math concepts.

SD 144 (Revised on Feb 2004)

  1. Review and assess transcript and current class enrollment;
  2. Analyze current daily time schedule;       
  3. Prepare and use a new and improved time schedule;
  4. Recognize and improve current study conditions;
  5. Develop skills for effective reading;
  6. Outline lecture and reading assignments;
  7. Develop skills for note-taking;
  8. Prepare for examinations and anticipate test questions;
  9. Explain the college’s academic regulations, such as GPA and CR/NC;
  10.  Identify college’s support services and facilities;
  11. Review and complete or revise their SEP (Student Education Plan).

SD 145 (Revised on Sep. 2009)

  1. Apply techniques to conceptualize and recall information;
  2. Identify how to take effective class notes;
  3. Practice reading with improved retention;
  4. Describe and demonstrate basic steps in problem solving and critical thinking;
  5. Describe policies and procedures relating to academic success;
  6. Locate, on and off campus, people and information resources that support student success and career decision-making;
  7. Design an effective time management schedule;
  8. Apply theories of learning and personality type to problem-solving aspects of academic life and career choices;
  9. Identify psychosocial factors such as self-esteem, self-efficacy, and self-concept that impact academic perceptions;
  10. Understand the socio-emotional issues that impact academic success;
  11.  Identify important values, aptitudes, skills and interests;
  12. Select a tentative career goal compatible with one’s values, personality, skills, interests, aptitudes and goals;

SD 146 (last revised March 2004)

  1. Apply time management strategies to academic and daily life;
  2. Improve reading comprehension by applying note-taking techniques
  3. Improve understanding of lectures by applying note-taking techniques;
  4. Successfully prepare for a test;
  5. Apply compensatory memory strategies to academic and daily life.

SD 147 (last revised March 2006)

  1. Apply compensatory strategies as related to English classes;
  2. Use critical thinking skills as necessary for application of English concepts; 
  3. Develop time management strategies

SD 150 (last revised April 2008)

  1. Understand and implement the tutoring process;
  2. Complete and use a study skills inventory;
  3. Communicate with client/learners using various learning styles;
  4. Combine basic skills, course content and critical thinking;
  5. Develop materials for critical thinking and subject tutoring;
  6. Apply the Tutor Cycle in the tutor sessions.
  7. SD 155 DELETED

SD 157 (Revised on June 2009)

  1.  Apply compensatory strategies as related to English classes;
  2. Use critical thinking skills as necessary for application of English concepts;
  3. Develop time management strategies.

SD 158 (Revised on Sep. 2006)

  1. Apply compensatory strategies as related to English classes;
  2. Use critical thinking skills as necessary for application of English concepts;
  3. Develop time management strategies

SD 165 (Revised on June 2009)

  1. Define stress;
  2. Learn stress management techniques;
  3. Learn relaxation techniques
  4. Recognize personal and societal stressors
  5. Identify relationships between stress and health

SD 171 (Revised on Sep 2009)

  1. Cite and define three leadership theories.
  2. Cite and define the personal traits of leadership;
  3. Cite and explain the principles of leadership;
  4. Cite and explain the evolution of our democratic process.
  5. Demonstrate a working knowledge of Parlimentry Procedure.
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