Aside from the class content I learned that I don’t wait for things to happen I went into this telling my group that under no circumstance could I lead this project but I found myself incapable of waiting for things to evolve on their own, I have more of a leader personality than I thought. How did the interpersonal dynamics affect your participation? If there were conflicts, how were they resolved? I am not shy and I was able to communicated with team members well, we had fun most of the time. Unfortunately we did not have a good dynamic with at least 1 team member which cause a quite a bit of delay and frustration, but we were able to side step this for the most part and push on with the objectives.
STUDENTS LEARNING OUTCOME Rock Valley College have been and will continue to help student graduate or continue their education with the best knowledge of the student learning outcome also knowing as SLO. The six SLO are Communicate effectively, Integrate technology into all fields of knowledge and expression, Demonstrate competency in critical thinking, Respect and work effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds and abilities, Demonstrate the behaviors of ethical and socially responsible citizens, and last one is Demonstrate personal wellness. In the real world SLO is very important; u might not need to learn all of them, but at least most, RVC knows that’s important for the real world, career and life we as student choose. Upon completion of the RVC, we as students should be able to recognize and understand SLO and master it. What is SLO?
I listened to what he had to say and gave my input. We addressed the group about the situation at hand and continued with our assignment. This team member agreed that he did not contribute enough to each assignment therefore he believed he did not deserve the same grade as the other team members. I believe that we did an amazing job handling this situation, we came together and always had a plan b to complete our assignments. Bringing me to the point that, “Groups work best when they have identified a clear, elevating goal that unites their problem-solving effort” (Beebe, 2013, p. 253).
Although both authors prove strong points it is obvious that whether your choice is college or trade school, as long as you apply yourself you will be guaranteed future success. “The individual benefits that college graduates enjoy, including high levels of savings, increased personal/professional mobility, improved quality of life for their offspring, better consumer decision making, and more hobbies and leisure activities” (Porter, 494). Porter is explaining that a college educated individual will have a life full of endless opportunities, and a strong set of morals. A college degree is valued in our society, and we are led to believe it’s a staple for our success socially and economical. Attending college can boost your confidence giving you a piece of mind knowing you have a solid educational background.
For instance, by setting my expectations high, it will be easier to reach my goals that I have set for myself. Like succeeding in class as a senior at Boone Central, and being a successful athlete. To help me reach my goals I will study and work hard on the court, to maintain the responsibility of becoming an adult. In the end, expectations are a responsibility that I agree strongly on, because if you don’t expect to be successful, you more than likely will not be. Responsibilities are one of the other main parts of Barak’s speech.
By being part of such a prestigious national society I hope to create great awareness for many causes. Not only would I contribute to the ideas and advancement of this organization but I’d hope to help in the process of executing them as well. The main goals of the society are to promote the four pillars into young students and have them grow onto it resulting in a model high school student. I wish for all students to follow these pillars because they can lead to success as well as betterment of the school and
I could not make a difference, so I left. I became a domiciliary care assistant. I could see the difference my involvement made, which was both motivating and rewarding. I moved into management hoping to implement my principles and values, however, this was not the case. I had to uphold barriers, focus on the task itself and cut times to increase visits.
If it were not for being the oldest of 4 I might have not learned my leadership skills faster than others. Teamwork with classmates, team mates and myself have seen how well I can work with others and it leaves me yearning to work and help for the benefit of others. Altogether, peers, family, and I have helped build my character and showed me to respect others and show them my dedication, concern, honesty, loyalty and so forth. Becoming a member of the National Honor Society would be an honor and I will dedicate the time and everything I have to offer into the
Being chosen as a candidate for membership of the N.H.S has caused me to reflect on my personal achievements. While my ongoing strive for academic excellence is a main priority, I also know to be a member of N.H.S you need to be a well-rounded student. My extracurricular activities, leadership qualities, involvement in the community, and my work ethic is compatible with the caliber of past and future leaders of National Honor Societies. If someone can excel in extracurricular activities as well as school, in my eyes, that is what it takes to succeed not only in school but life. I was a competitive gymnast from age three to thirteen, and then went right into making the Shelby Jr. High School 7th grade volleyball team.
Teacher to student ration is very important; not just to the students, but is also greatly expressed as an important tool for teachers to maintain success at Mount Saint Jo. Both of these two universities offer a great student to teacher ratio and either one would be a great choice for a student wanting to further their education. Both colleges believe in doing whatever it takes to make sure that the student has the greatest chance at success. They both are thriving colleges that academically based and they believe in putting the students’ needs first. A student planning to further there college at either one of these two, according to the student to teacher ratio, would choose