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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    SI for Faculty SI Schedules Instructional Support Tutoring Lab Schedules Student Employment Opportunities Instructional Support Leaders Peer Academic Leaders Parent Resources Faculty Resources Contact Information Related Links Admissions Advisors Cashier s Office Eagle ID Eagle Orientation Financial Aid Food Meal Plan Help Desk Office of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/requestaworkshop.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    Advisors Cashier s Office Eagle ID Eagle Orientation Financial Aid Food Meal Plan Help Desk Office of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu Peer Academic Leader PAL Program Mission The mission of the Center for Academic Achievement CAA Peer Academic Leader PAL Program is to enrich the academic performance of students at Florida Gulf Coast University by connecting an upper class student to a first year mentee group Peer Academic Leaders serve as a mentor support and coach to optimize student self awareness academic involvement and knowledge of campus resources in and beyond the classroom Vision Our vision is that every FGCU student will achieve his her fullest academic potential to attain academic excellence and lifelong learning Mentee Target Population Peer Academic Leaders SLS 1501 Effective Learning course Peer Academic Leaders are assigned to each section of SLS 1501 The mentees in the course are First Time In College FTIC students who have an academic hold following the fall semester Goals The Peer Academic Leader Program is To aid students in their own personal and academic success To integrate students in the social and educational FGCU community To engage students in academic activities to improve college performance Outcomes As a result of having a Peer Academic Leader students will be able to Develop an interpersonal relationship with an upper level student Formulate new academic strategies and skills to increase involvement in learning Utilize curricular and co curricular campus resources to form a FGCU support network Evaluate academic obstacles to take

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/pal-program.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu PAL Mentor Position Who is a Peer Academic Leader PAL A CAA PAL is a student mentor who enriches the academic performance of mentees in and beyond the classroom As a mentor the PAL will facilitate the development of mentees self awareness as a means of both personal and academic success The PAL is trained to provide guidance structure and accountability for mentee students Why is a PAL important The PALs are an instumental group in the CAA Best practices support that a student s most important teacher is often another student Evans et al 2010 A PAL has the opportunity to positively impact the college transition of a peer and help a student develop a sense of identity at FGCU By being a PAL you are enhancing the academic expereince and service provided by the CAA to FGCU students Qualities of a PAL The overall qualities of a PAL is someone who is honest motivating and caring The aim is to keep a mentee invested in the FGCU community to achieve personal and academic success in and beyond the classroom A PAL is someone who Serves as a positive example for students Has a genuine desire to help their peers succeed Encourages and motivates students to persevere and learn from setbacks Assists in knowledge of campus resources Helps students take responsibility and increase accountability Maintains professionalism with faculty staff and peers while building a relationship Benefits of being a PAL Build a relationship and serve as a guide to fellow students Develop leadership and transferable skills in preparation for your future career Establish positive relationships with

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/palmentor.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu Be a PAL Peer Academic Leader PAL Position Description The Center for Academic Achievement will select a group of undergraduate leaders to serve as mentors for the spring 2015 semester The selected PALs will be assigned to an SLS 1501 Effective Learning course to enrich the academic performance of mentees in and beyond the classroom As a mentor the PAL will facilitate the development of mentees self awareness as a means of both personal and academic success The PAL is trained to provide guidance resources structure and accountability for mentee students PAL Qualifications Minimum Undergraduate student status at FGCU FGCU student in their 2nd 3rd or 4th year Good academic and judicial standing throughout the period of training and employment Possess at least a 3 00 or above cumulative GPA Finalists must successfully complete a background and criminal record check that will require fingerprinting Preferred Involvement in a mentoring relationship or leadership position Experience overcoming a challenge during college Soft skills Strong interpersonal skills communication building rapport and a passion to help peers achieve success Previous enrollment in SLS 1101 University Transition SLS 1501 Effective Learning or the completion of the CAA Eagle Success Program PAL Roles and Responsibilities The PAL position is approximately an eight hour a week commitment for the employed term Commitment includes Attendance at all SLS 1501 Effective Learning classes Availability during scheduled work hours to respond to quesitons via email or phone Follow up on any referral or recommendation regarding a mentee Regular meetings and communication with assigned instructor Facilitation of activities in and beyond the classroom experiences Host open office hours in the Center for Academic Achievement Administrative Duties Attandance at all PAL training sessions Participation in weekly group meetings Submission of biweekly reports Completion of mid

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/be-a-pal.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    SI Schedules Instructional Support Tutoring Lab Schedules Student Employment Opportunities Instructional Support Leaders Peer Academic Leaders Parent Resources Faculty Resources Contact Information Related Links Admissions Advisors Cashier s Office Eagle ID Eagle Orientation Financial Aid Food Meal Plan Help Desk Office of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/meet-our-peer-academic-leaders.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu Supplemental Instruction for Faculty Center for Academic Achievement The Center for Academic Achievement strives to develop relationships with faculty as they play a key role in the success of Supplemental Instruction The faculty member can be an excellent resource and mentor for the SI Leader for their academic and personal development The CAA encourages frequent interactions between the faculty and students to ensure that each SI session is valuable to the students in your course This interaction models the student faculty relationship which validates that faculty are the most valuable resources in the course Expectations of Faculty Regular meetings with the SI Leader Discuss the course content with the SI Leader Provide recommendations for new SI Leaders Provide continual feedback on the SI Leader performance Allow the SI Leader to make short announcements during the class regarding weekly sessions Encourage students to regularly

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/supplementalinstruction-faculty.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    Support Leaders Peer Academic Leaders Parent Resources Faculty Resources Contact Information Related Links Admissions Advisors Cashier s Office Eagle ID Eagle Orientation Financial Aid Food Meal Plan Help Desk Office of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/si-schedules.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    Faculty SI Schedules Instructional Support Tutoring Lab Schedules Student Employment Opportunities Instructional Support Leaders Peer Academic Leaders Parent Resources Faculty Resources Contact Information Related Links Admissions Advisors Cashier s Office Eagle ID Eagle Orientation Financial Aid Food Meal Plan Help Desk Office of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu Schedules All CAA Instructional Support courses have a calendar below just select your course from the drop down menu Additional support for math courses is available through the Department of Mathematics Tutoring Support for accounting courses is available through the FGCU Accounting Society Tutoring Show Calendar Biology I BSC 1010C Biology II BSC 1011 Calculus I MAC 2311 Calculus II MAC 2312 Calculus III MAC 2313 Chemistry I CHM 1045 Chemistry II CHM 1046 College Algebra MAC 1105 College Physics I PHY 2053 College Physics II PHY 2054 Differential Equations MAP 2302 Elementary Calculus MAC 2233 Finite Math MGF 1106 General

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