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Detailed steps starting from freshmen year through senior year of high school; what should students do to be prepared for college???

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Posted by debbie1610
Asked on January 26, 2016 2:55 pm
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Giving information in “sound bytes” that can be absorbed easily by students and parents can be very helpful. I think the more information can be broken down can help. For instance, I do a lot of work with college students and information is broken down in “module” format. The overall learning objective is the focus of the module and having a break down of key concepts in different formats like video help target a specific concept and highlight it.

When I see a question like this in what could be the road map to help students and parents, you would need two audiences with content specific to each group. Each year would be a module for each class and you would need sub-modules on what you would be looking at each year as you are filling out a FAFSA, doing scholarship applications, test prep, and so on.

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Posted by kossjoe1999
Answered on January 27, 2016 12:10 pm
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To expand on Kossjoe’s post, I think it is also important to note that not all kids are going to be attending 4 year universities. We have a number of students who go the technical college route. This really is such a personal process that will be different for each student. I am still really struggling with this myself because I have not found a great one-size-fits-all project, because when it comes to college, one-size-does-not-fit-all!

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Posted by kherrild
Answered on April 11, 2016 11:48 am
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