Humanities
CCSD Personal Qualities & Learning Outcomes Course Reflection Discussion

California College San Diego

Question Description

I’m studying and need help with a Social Science question to help me learn.

final assignment, please prepare a 2-4 page paper addressing the following:

Describe how you have met the student learning outcomes outlined for the course (as described in the syllabus). Describe what you have learned about yourself as it relates to career and life planning over the course of the semester. What was the most useful lesson plan in this career planning course? Why? Are there any areas of growth or development that you feel that you still need in order to move further along in the career development process? Please outline a few of your career/life goals, along with a time line of how you will achieve those goals. Your goals should be SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time-bound).

Your paper should be in essay form.


im going to school to become a academic counselor so please keep that in mind?




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PERSONAL GROWTH 130 SYLLABUS – Spring, 2020 Career & Life Planning Dates: 2/3 – 3/28/20, 8 weeks Location: Fully Online “Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great ones make you feel that you too can become great”. – Mark Twain Instructor: Email: Office/Contact: Office Hours: Erin Charlens, Ed.D. echarlen@sdccd.edu (contact via the Communication tool in Canvas is much preferred for online courses). Office: (619) 388-3796 By appointment Course Description: This course is designed to assist students with self-exploration, career transitions and career-life planning in order to achieve success in a diverse society. Critical thinking skills will be utilized through a systematic approach to career development by examining values, interests, skills, life roles, personality type, personal self-management, decision-making and goal-setting throughout the life span. The course is designed for new and re-entry students and others who can benefit. Associate Degree Credit & transfer to CSU. CSU General Education, Area E. Student Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Assess personal characteristics such as values, skills, interests, life roles and personality through a variety of assessment techniques, and explain how this information may yield effective career and life decisions. 2. Identify and utilize specific job search techniques. 3. Explore and apply career development information through the use of technology. 4. Analyze several occupational decision-making models and implement a specific model for a career choice. 5. Examine and explain how specific job acquisition skills can be utilized to obtain employment. 6. Demonstrate successful collaborative workplace and group setting behaviors through classroom exercises. 7. Identify the physiological and psychological indicators for managing conflict in the workplace. 8. Understand how to utilize your strengths for the benefit of your organization and all involved. 9. Set challenging yet attainable SMART personal and career goals. COURSE SUPPLIES: There is no textbook required for this course. Outside materials will be used at the discretion of the instructor. You will need access to a printer in order to complete specified assignments in this course. CONTACTING THE INSTRUCTOR: The best way to reach me is by using the communication feature here in Canvas. I will do my best to respond to your message within 24-48 hours. If I do not respond please re-send your message as I may have not received it. Note: I do not regularly check Canvas messages on the weekends so please plan accordingly. If you have a general question about the course that may not be answered in the syllabus, feel free to use the Q&A discussion board thread (located under DISCUSSIONS) and post your question there. Others may benefit from your question as well so I will post my response there. PARTICIPATION: Participation in the online classroom environment is essential and mandatory and will impact your final grade for this course. Your comments on the discussion board, along with the submission of your assignments, is considered participation. Note: It is the instructor’s discretion to drop/withdraw a student who is not participating weekly in the online classroom environment. NETIQUETTE GUIDELINES: Respectful behavior is expected of everyone in our online learning environment. Please read the Netiquette Guidelines available at the following link: http:// www.sdccdonline.net/students/resources/NetiquetteGuidelines.pdf ACCESSIBILITY OF COURSE MATERIAL: Every effort has been made to make this course accessible to all of our participants, including participants with disabilities. If you encounter a problem accessing anything in this course, please contact me as soon as possible so that I may work immediately to remedy this situation. STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT: All students are expected to follow the City College Student Code of Conduct stated in the college catalog. CHEATING/PLAGIARISM: Students are expected to be honest and ethical at all times in the pursuit of academic goals. Students who are found to be in violation of Administrative Procedure 3100.3 Honest Academic Conduct, will receive a grade of zero on the assignment, quiz, or exam in question and may be referred for disciplinary action in accordance with Administrative Procedure 3100.2, Student Disciplinary Procedures. COURSE ORGANIZATION & TIMELINE: The Canvas course content is divided into 8 learning modules, one for each week of the course. The following learning modules will guide you through the course: Week Dates Topic 1 Week of 2/3 Introduction, Syllabus Review, and Community Building: This first week you will be introduced to the course, the requirements, the course organization and you will begin to introduce yourself to your classmates. 2 Week of 2/10 Career Development Theory: We will begin reading articles that explain different career development theories to better understand the development process in making career decisions. 3 Week of 2/17 Introduction to Career Assessments: What are your interests? What lifestyle do you prefer? You will begin to understand how your skills, values, interests, and personality relate to possible careers. 4 Week of 2/24 A Deeper Dive into Your Personality Type: You will be able to identify your personality type and how it impacts your career/major choice. 5 Week of 3/2 Exploring Labor Market Research: Labor market research is a tool to help inform your career choices. Such career research is critical to understanding if there will be employers seeking your education and skills as you prepare to enter into the labor market. 6 Week of 3/9 Planning Your Career & Education: Introduction to Certificates, Associate Degrees, and Transfer Options at San Diego City College. Learn about factors to consider when choosing transfer colleges. Emotional Intelligence & Effective Communication: Introduction to Emotional Intelligence and communication strategies to maximize your success. 7 Week of 3/16 Employment Strategies: How can you increase your chances for employment after graduation? Learn more about resumes, interviews, informational interviews and other strategies to help you prepare for your job and/or career. 8 Week of 3/23 Planning & Course Reflection: This last week we will look at planning your next steps in your career development journey and an overall course reflection. COURSE ACTIVITIES: Each week you will complete one or more of the following activities: a) Read material in Learning Modules: Each module contains pages of content. In order to complete the other activities in the course, participants must read the material in the learning modules. b) Participate in Discussion Forums: Interaction takes place in the discussion forums by answering assigned focused questions. These should be completed in the order in which they are encountered in the modules. Discussions will occur nearly every week. c) Complete Journal Entries: As you read an assigned article or other reflective material, you will be required to submit a journal entry. You will enter your responses in the Journal Assignment page on Canvas. d) Complete chapter activities/assignments: You will complete assignments including online career assessments and other activities. AVAILABILITY OF LEARNING MATERIAL ONLINE: In order to maintain a collaborative learning environment, learning modules will become available on a weekly basis. Modules will typically be released on Monday by 12 noon of the assigned week, and will be due at the end of the week on Sunday before midnight unless otherwise specified. HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS: To maintain the integrity of the course, consistency of assignments, and fairness to all, NO LATE HOMEWORK WILL BE ACCEPTED with the exception of verifiable, emergent situations. If you experience an unexpected emergency, please contact me as soon as possible, prior to the due date of the assignment so that we may discuss how to proceed. Each assignment will come with specific submission instructions. Depending on the assignment, you may have the option to enter your text submission directly into the assignment, upload a file, or attach a Google Doc. Please note that if you choose to upload a file, only .doc, .docx, .rtf, .txt, or .pdf formats will be accepted. Please do not use iPages or any other format as they may not be readable in the Canvas system. GRADING: Your grade will be determined on a standard grading scale based on the total possible points at the end of the semester. A = 90-100% B = 80-89% C = 70-79% D = 60-69% F = 59% and below COURSE EVALUATION MEASURES: • Introduction & Icebreaker Discussion Forum: 10 points • Super’s Career Development Theory Case Study Discussion Forum: 20 points • MyPlan and Personal Values Journal: 30 points • MBTI Personality Assessment and Journal: 30 points • Occupational Exploration Worksheets: 30 points (15 points each) • Career Research Journal Entry: 20 points • Educational Planning Journal Entry: 15 points • Emotional Intelligence & Effective Communication Journal: 30 points • Interviewing Discussion Forum: 15 points • Resume Draft: 30 points • Personal Reflection Paper: 75 points The instructor reserves the right to make changes to the syllabus as necessary. Students will be advised of any changes in a timely manner. ...
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Final Answer

Your work is complete. Please have a look at it and let me know if you need any correction before you submit it. The other file is the plagiarism report. It is at 4% but the only thing that has been plagiarized is something that cannot be changed. Otherwise, the per is clean.

Running Head: COURSE REFLECTION

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COURSE REFLECTION
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COURSE REFLECTION

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I have been on a reflective journey throughout this course towards increased
comprehension of my personal qualities, and the aptitudes and capabilities acquired from my
life experience and learning outcomes. After listening to the experiences of my colleagues in
addition to undertaking the reflective activities, I have been thinking of how I would want to
see myself in the future, where I would like to be, and how I may go about strategizing my
initial steps towards my goals.

One of the learning outcomes that I was able to acquire include assessment of my
characteristics like my values, skills, and personality via various assessment techniques for
yielding efficient life decisions. I also learned to identify and utilizing various job search
approaches, exploring and applying career advancement information by utilizing modern
technology, analyzing various occupational decision-making strategies and implementing
them for my career as an academic counselor, examining and explaining how certain job
acquisition aptitudes could be used for obtaining a job, identifying the physiological and
mental indicators to manage conflict and setting challenging but achievable SMART goals in
my career and life.

During the final weeks of the course, I was able to take time in reviewing my learning
from self-reflection. I am now able to appreciate how reflection could assist me in
recognizing and appre...

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