Support 2YC Students
There are many different ways of defining "success" when it comes to helping our 2YC students be successful. For some, it is providing scaffolding for a successful transition to a bachelor's degree program or career. Other times, it involves helping students develop academic skills that were missing from their previous schooling. Sometimes it means helping students see a place for themselves in the geosciences. Oftentimes, it involves more than one of these factors or something else entirely. These modules provide information and advice for how to begin addressing some of the issues involved.
By Facilitating Professional Pathways
Helping students chart out a pathway into a rewarding career requires knowledge about the careers available, the needed qualifications, and the learning experiences that will provide them with the necessary expertise.Provide Career InformationIncrease Career PreparationSupport Transfer Students
By Supporting Academic Success
There are a number of pedagogical approaches and strategies that can help all your students be successful in your courses and programs.Develop Self-Regulated LearnersSupport English Language LearnersEmpower 2YC Students with Validation
By Broadening Participation
Bringing diverse students into Geoscience and STEM is critical for responding to the challenges facing society.Mitigate Stereotype Threat and Solo StatusSupport Students with DisabilitiesSupport First-Generation Students
By Providing Integrative Experiences
Engage Students in Research
This collection of essays was shared by participants in the 2013 workshop Supporting Student Success in Geoscience at Two-year Colleges, describing what activities they are currently employing to support geoscience student success in two-year colleges.