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1 Faculty Training Dr. Marsha Fralick

2 Material is Personalized based on Assessments

3 Ice Breaker Introduce yourself. Where do you work and what do you do?
What is one essential item you brought to college as a freshman?


5 Where are you in the technology continuum?
Baby boomer Generation X New Millennials Think, Pair, Share How much technology did you use in college?

6 New Millennials Our current college students
Most were born with a computer in the home and were using them by age 5 Cyber generation The connected generation

7 Being in the Millennial Generation, I did start using computers as a young child. I learned how to spell with the help of computers and how to read with computerized books. Computers have always been a part of my life, which is probably why I am so drawn to them. Dawn Cardenas Summer 07

8 Technology A Skill Needed for College Success

9 Rationale for Using Technology
You students use it It captures their attention Education on demand Any time or place Increased access New roles for faculty

10 Assesses personality type
Many uses: Choosing a major Career choice Learning style Communication Self-Understanding

11 Carl Jung We are born with natural preferences which we develop over a lifetime. Exercise: What is a preference?

12 Features: Do What You Are
Based on college scenarios Easy to understand and administer Results comparable to Myers-Briggs Type Indicator


14 Administering the DWYA
Find a time when you are not tired or rushed. There are no right or wrong answers. Each type has their own unique gifts and talents.

15 Administering the DWYA
The test does not measure: Intelligence Psychological or emotional health

16 Administering the DWYA
Answer the questions honestly to get the best results. Answer the questions how you usually are when you are not stressed. Do not answer the questions: How you want to be How you have to be at home, work or school How others want you to be

17 Take the DWYA

18 Begin Self-Assessment
How we interact with the world and where we place our energy E_____________________________|____________________________I Extraversion Introversion

19 The kind of information we naturally notice and remember
Self-Assessment The kind of information we naturally notice and remember S_____________________________|___________________________N Sensing Intuition

20 Self-Assessment How we make decisions T_____________________________|___________________________F Thinking Feeling

21 Whether we prefer to live in a more structured or spontaneous way
Self-Assessment Whether we prefer to live in a more structured or spontaneous way J_____________________________|_____________________________P Judging Perceiving

22 Exercise Where do you stand?

23 Personality Exercise Write about the picture for 5 minutes

24 By Ian Jackson


26 The PEPS Learning Style Assessment
Measures preferences in 20 areas Perceptual Auditory Visual Kinesthetic Tactile

27 PEPS Immediate environment Sound Heat Light
Design (formal or informal)

28 PEPS Emotionality Motivation Responsibility Persistence Structure

29 PEPS Sociological Self oriented Peer oriented Adult oriented

30 PEPS Physical Time of day Food intake Mobility

31 Complete the PEPS Learning Style Inventory

32 What are your learning preferences?

33 Questions?


35 Course Content College Success Career Success Lifelong Success

36 College Success Motivation Time and Money Memory and Reading
Test Taking Taking Notes, Writing and Speaking

37 Career Success Personality and Related Majors
Learning Style and Intelligence Interests and Values Career and Educational Planning

38 Lifelong Success Communication and Relationships
Critical and Creative Thinking Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Appreciating Diversity Positive Thinking Life Stages

39 Some Options Face to Face Blended Online

40 Program Results Program Review 2000, 2005

41 The most significant finding is increased persistence.

42 Persistence Students who return the next semester
Approximately half of community college students are new each semester

43 Fall to Spring Persistence First Time Students
20 40 60 80 100 Fa 2000- Sp 2001 Fa 2001- Sp 2002 Fa 2002- Sp 2003 Fa 2003- Sp 2004 Successful PDC 124 Students All PDC Students Cuyamaca College Overall

44 College Persistence Semester to Semester 5 Year Average
All successful PDC students 89% All students 63% A 26% difference

45 Overview The Student View
Password: marsha12

46 Overview The Faculty View

47 Sample chapters Personality Exercise Learning Syle Memory

48 Resources for Faculty
Classroom exercises Syllabus Research PowerPoint Internet Links

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