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 CLASI

​CGCC's Classroom Academic Skills Integration (CLASI) Program

In-person CLASI Workshops are scheduled 1:00-2:00 pm every Tuesday and Wednesday during the third through seventh week of each semester.

For Fall 2017, workshops will be beginning on Tuesday, September 5th, and ending Wednesday, October 18th. Workshops are held in LIB226 located on the second floor of the library.

The online option will become available on Friday, September 8th, 2017 and will shut down at 4:00pm on Monday, November 6th!

CLASI is a student success intervention program created by CGCC Counseling Faculty.  It is meant to provide college transition information to students in a workshop series or flexible online format.  CLASI workshops and online modules are available to any CGCC student who would like to explore and benefit from the material and information of the CLASI topics.  CGCC faculty are encouraged to integrate CLASI into their classes as an out-of-class required or extra credit assignment.
 
CLASI introduces the following five strategies:
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  • Notetaking
  • Motivation
  • College Transition
  • Test Anxiety
  • Time Management

​Active Listening & Note taking

Topics include:

  • Staying focused during lecture
  • Lecture note taking strategies
  • Instructor cues to important material
  • The SQ3R active reading textbook reading technique
  • Textbook highlighting
  • Reviewing notes for tests

Online: Follow the link if you would like to complete this topic online.

In-Person: Follow the link if you would like to attend the workshop offered this semester.

Motivation & Procrastination

Topics include:

  • Self-responsibility for class performance
  • Clarifying academic goals & intentions
  • Personal accountability
  • Time management strategies
  • Strategies to overcome procrastination

Online: Follow the link if you would like to complete this topic online.

In-Person: Follow the link if you would like to attend the workshop offered this semester.

​College Transition

Topics include:

  • College level expectations and demands
  • College policies and procedures related to academic misconduct, academic integrity, time commitment, communicating with instructors, your course syllabus content, negative effects of poor attitude, poor attendance, tardiness, and use of electronic devices during class

Online: Follow the link if you would like to complete this topic online.

In-Person: Follow the link if you would like to attend the workshop offered this semester.

​Overcoming Test Anxiety

Topics include:

  • Causes of test anxiety
  • Explanation of test anxiety
  • Overcoming self-defeating beliefs
  • Use of positive self-talk affirmations
  • Practicing physical and mental relaxation techniques
  • And more.

(Workshop only, no online option)

In-Person: Follow the link if you would like to attend the workshop offered this semester.

​Time Management

Topics include:

  • Strategies and suggestions for improving one's use of time
  • Learn to prioritize and keep track of activities and events
  • Access and use of resources and materials for scheduling
  • Negative outcomes of procrastination

Online: Follow the link if you would like to complete this topic online.

In-Person: Follow the link if you would like to attend the workshop offered this semester.

​Counseling Faculty are always here to help. Set up an individual appointment.