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Developmental Skills Courses

The courses listed below are being offered this semester at CCV locations around the state or online. Click on the Course Number link to see detailed information regarding locations, dates and times.

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DEV-0120 - Moodle Basics for Students
0 Credits
This workshop is an orientation to the requirements and expectations for taking a course through the Internet. It will cover technical considerations, academic issues and time management concerns. There will be a hands-on overview of CCV's portal environment and learning management system. Students must register to attend this free workshop which is required for first-time online students.

DEV-0180 - Basic Math Brush-Up
0 Credits
This workshop is for students who are ready for Basic Algebra but would benefit from a quick brush-up on basic math skills. The workshop includes a brief review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratio, percent, positive and negative numbers and basic arithmetic operations. Free to CCV students enrolled in credit-bearing courses.

DEV-0190 - Basic Algebra Brush-Up
0 Credits
This workshop is for students who are ready for Mathematical Concepts or College Algebra but would benefit from a quick brush-up in basic algebra skills. The workshop includes a brief review of algebraic laws, polynomials, exponents, linear equations and factoring. Free to CCV students enrolled in credit-bearing courses.

DEV-0250 - Transition to College & Careers
0 Credits
Offered in partnership with VSAC and Vermont Adult Learning, this free course provides students an opportunity to improve their academic and computer skills, increase career awareness and investigate health care and "green" careers.

DEV-0260 - Basic Chemistry Workshop
0 Credits
A two-session workshop. The first session will be an intensive overview of the periodic table; chemical symbols; atomic structure of the elements; the differences between elements, molecules, compounds and ions; the peculiarities of water; and a brief discussion of the gas laws. The second session will cover definitions of salts, acids/bases and the origin of pH and an introduction to the most commonly known organic compounds important to the body: carbohydrates, fats and both structural and nutritional proteins.

DEV-0270 - Introduction to College & Careers
0 Credits
This course provides high school and new students with the opportunity to explore the college experience within the context of their future career goals. Students reflect upon their strengths, interests, values, and goals by focusing on three key questions -- Who am I? What are the habits of effective people? What will I do after high school? -- and learn about the expectations necessary to succeed in academic and professional settings. In addition to the core curriculum, students will complete four or more modules on a variety of topics, such as time management, test taking, personal budgeting and communication skills. This course also provides students with an introduction to online learning, including an overview of the College's portal environment.

DEV-0480 - College and Career Planning
0 Credits
College and Career Planning is a non-credit course that explores career planning and the college experience. This course helps students identify and build the skills they need to make career choices that match their aptitudes, abilities, and values. Students will apply time management, test-taking, communication and study skills to the course. Stress management strategies and goal setting will be discussed, and opportunities to seek and use a variety of informational resources will be provided. Students will produce an individualized career portfolio and determine next steps in pursuing educational and career goals.

DEV-0561 - College Essentials: ELL
0 Credits
Offered in partnership with Vermont Adult Learning, this free course will help students develop skills in reading, writing and critical thinking for college. This section is designed for ELL students only. Students must call the instructor for permission to enroll: 802-846-7245.

DEV-0562 - College Essentials: English
0 Credits
Offered in partnership with Vermont Adult Learning, this free course is designed for native speakers of English who need pre-Basic Reading and Writing skills.

DEV-0563 - College Essentials: Math
0 Credits
Offered in partnership with Vermont Adult Learning, this free course is designed for any student who needs pre-Basic Math skills.

Register April 2 - August 24 for fall 2018 classes. Link to Registration.

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