The first audience will be viewing the presentation through the lens of business applications—how can this process make us better? The most effective modification of this presentation will keep in-line with what the students have already been taught by their professor. Instead of focusing on business applications, focus on why the fundamentals of the process will be important in their future careers. This modification would be appropriate to address the differences in career progression—prospective students vs. active professionals. 2.
An example would be creating the design and speech for the new PowerPoint presentation for recruitment of student staff. The situational leadership theory would explain why the members of our team more adept in presenting skills took the leadership role, this being in accordance with situational demands and
These two goals are considered critical to the desired residential student experience: to form an integrated educational environment where students are able to acquire or learn both inside and outside the classroom; and to educate the whole student, taking into consideration students’ intellectual and developmental needs. As fees in campuses goes higher and higher, so too do parental and student expectations. It is having more importance for institutions in order to provide a ‘value-added’ component. Some colleges achieve this by offering consistent ‘student experience’ outcomes and remain able to achieve those goals without the residential component. For instance, Monash University in Clayton, Victoria (Australia) has developed a non-residential model that has taken the advantages.
Revealing that these programs mean way more to the student than academic success. They provide means of guidance in forms of communicating with others to help objectives of future workplaces and overall futures to come. Communication is huge and if one is unable to collaborate properly amongst his and or her peers then one is not fit for the workplace. Additionally, they combine academic progress with social skills and make it so they intertwine. The AIJ goes on to extend there case by stating, “ professional school counseling services model makes them “uni1quely qualified to address all students’ academic, career and personal/social development needs by designing, implementing, evaluating, and enhancing a comprehensive school counseling program that promotes and enhances student success” (Administrative Issues Journal P 8).
As a student progresses through his or her career as a college student, he or she will encounter many different types of professors. Each of them with their own style of teaching methods used to engage the students, provoking them to take their studies seriously. In her article, “Education and Consumerism: Using Students’ Assumptions to Challenge Their Thinking”, Deborah Miller Fox attempts to employ her students by, metaphorically, comparing their college experience to consumerism. Some may not understand, but it is effective because it provides the student with the ability to view the teacher-student relationship from a different angle, and forces students to realize the importance of their role in their success. Fox presents her students
Vocational schools, he advocates, allow students to work directly with the educational path they are following, gaining that hands-on experience which will inevitably lead to innovation (Toner 2010). One large differential between universities and vocational schools are their focus on tactical education. In a university, much of the education is learning the skills through instruction. In vocational schools, much of the education is the tactical classroom environment, where students are directly exposed to what they will be doing in the workforce. This ability to be involved appeals to many students who may have felt that academia may not
An article written by Emily Hanford, suggests that the success of getting students to maximizing their potential at college is understanding how each student learns. Teaching methods should be changed and it should be understood that there are constantly a diverse set of learners that make college slightly better. Hanford also states that education is crucial in our rapidly evolving world and that the learning methods that are used aid in the student becoming a better person post-graduation as well, which I wholeheartedly believe in and should be broadened across campuses. In an article written by Julie Lain to YOUniversityTV, she states how she is thankful for the opportunities that a prestigious college education has given her. Not only did it build her societal skills, but she also improved her writing skills tremendously as well.
In order to truly resolve these concerns, it must start with revamping the way the educational system works. Educators must stress the importance of these soft skills, and integrate them into the curriculum being taught. The earlier the students begin to develop these skills, the easier it will be for managers to integrate and facilitate healthy workplace relationships upon hiring them into the organization. From the other perspective, managers must continue to understand new digital communication platforms in order to remain relevant and effectively communicate to these new generations of potential employees. In doing so, they can continue to make educated decisions on which communication platform to use in different
It is important to the society that students should learn and acquire the necessary knowledge and skills that will in turn make them contribute positively to the development of the general economy of any nation. It is important for the institutions to maintain well balanced academic environment conducive for better learning, with the focus on the students’ personal needs. Students have different expectations, goals, and values that they want to fulfill, which is only possible if the students’ expectations, goals, and values are integrated with that of the institution (Goodman,