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College Debt - Hack the Cost of College: Coursework and Testing
This class introduces students to the financial benefits of obtaining college credits during high school and lowering student debt.
This class will help students understand the benefits of obtaining college credits during high school. The financial and time-saving aspects will be highlighted and demonstrated. We will discuss and I will demonstrate how these strategies impact student debt, lifestyle, and even retirement, through the power of compounding interest. We will explore the Next Action steps regarding how to make informed choices about coursework and testing options by exploring the student's plans, utilizing...
Students will understand that earning college credits during high school helps with admissions, saves money, and provides flexibility. Students will be able to determine which courses/tests would be best to take. Students will be able to create a list of where they can secure the course. Students will be able to research how colleges consider coursework and tests.
As a high school counselor for 13 years, I have worked 1:1 with 100s of students and families to plan their post-high school paths and provided numerous informational sessions to parents and students. I have a Master's in School Counseling and a Doctorate in Counseling and Supervision and have taught and worked online for several years.
After the lesson, students can use this optional Student Worksheet to begin the planning process. TO USE: Open Google Doc--> Go to File-->Make a copy https://docs.google.com/document/d/1d0HRikBA1Dzyl-gHNqjbCkBlOTxb8chOHgDCEp0LKbI/edit?usp=sharing
This information is provided to help students to be informed of their college credits options. This list is not all inclusive of every possible program. At the end of the day, any credits a student wishes to transfer in must be accepted by the degree granting instituition and it is up to the student to check with those schools on their individual transfer policies, because some majors or Graduate schools within a university may have a more rigorous policy than the university, which may affect how the transfer credits are awarded on a transcript or accepted for graduate school admissions.
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Meet the teacher
Hello. Thank you for taking the time to view my profile. I teach classes in the school counselor domains of Career/College, Academic, and Personal /Social. No matter the class, students can safely explore ideas and contribute to the class...
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Live video meetings
4-10 learners per class