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This is a guest post from Torria Bond, Ph.D., an award-winning course designer, who mentors university professors creating engaging online courses for the Online and Professional Studies Division of California Baptist University, in Riverside, CA.
This post reflects on his struggles and the ways convoluted higher ed processes can derail students trying to earn a degree. It also provides some general information about the public higher education system in California and tips for transferring.
I’ve been rereading some of the research on student self-assessment and thinking about how students develop these skills. They are important in college, all but essential in most professions, but they’re rarely taught explicitly.
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