Periodically (for students, each semester or annually?) assess your skills, what do you do well, what could you do better, what do you wish you did that you don’t, come up with a plan for how to make it happen. Reassess. Repeat.
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Encourage the students who are learning the technology that they ARE technologists. Do this from the start. As first years come in and learn wordpress, word, presentation software, discipline specific software etc, that they are the ones in charge. Invest in self-confidence. There isn’t someone else who “knows all” but consdier crowd sourcing as a […]
My first year as a Resident Assistant here at Agnes Scott was somewhat of a roller coaster ride. My time as part of a team comprised of two RAs living (and working) on the third floor of a first year residence hall, supervising and advising […]
Spring semester of my Junior year at Agnes Scott was, for lack of better words, a time. Balancing my obligations as a student, a Senior Resident Assistant, a nanny, and for the first time, an intern, proved to be quite the challenge. Both in order […]
One of my most favorite and continuous extracurriculars during my college years has been serving as a student representative for the Board of Trustees’ Environment and Facilities Committee. I serve as a student voice that makes singular contributions to the discussions and also serve as a liaison to the student body where I can share …