What are the challenges and rewards in schooling in a multicultural university ?

What are the challenges and rewards in schooling in a multicultural university ?

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Research Methods. In order to gather the information, you will want to use the World Wide Web, the Libraries and their databases, financial data, the organization’s Annual Report, and interviews with key management personnel (via phone, e-mail, or in person). You will most likely gather more information than you can put in the report, so you will be expected to take only the best and most relevant data for the report (do not include material to “pad” the length).
Once you narrow down your data, organize it into a logical report (beginning, body, and ending) which has a summary and logical conclusions. Because this is not a long, comprehensive report you must concentrate on the most important key aspects (attributes) of study and learning practices and outcomes. Therefore, you should delimit your information to one or two key areas of study and learning skills (e. g., university life, study skills, working with others, time management, writing, research skills, critical thinking, etc.) and how this area or areas will help with your academic journey at AUE. Remember nothing is impossible.
Length and Format. The body of the report must be a minimum of five pages (double-spaced) per person; however, it may be longer if you find it necessary for a full explanation. (A team of 3 would have a 15-page report with the identity of the author of each page indicated in the header.)

The report must include these parts:
1. Cover Page. Title of report, name of preparer, date, and course.
2. Research Methods. How you gathered your information and how you organized and analyzed it to come to your conclusions. (Library, interviews, www, etc.)
3. Body—(a.) Short introduction and background information. (b.) Description of the study and learning skills practices and attributes that will help you perform and earn the degree you are here for (fairly long and detailed). (c.) Concise Summary of Findings and Conclusions you have reached based on your research.
4. References—A list of the sources you used to gather the data to write the report, including names of those interviewed and dates you interviewed them (whether by phone, fax, e-mail, or in person). Be sure to DOCUMENT with a full notation, in the body of the report, which of these references was used, including author, title, dates, page, etc.
5. Attachments—Attach materials you find particularly helpful in explaining the company’s management practices and outcomes, but do not attach materials merely to pad the report.
Use double-spacing and one-inch margins all around, with 12-point type, Times Roman. Use headings and subheadings for each of the main divisions or paragraphs of the report (such as in this document). This is a technique that makes it easier for the reader to identify and refer to the various parts. Carefully proofread and spell-check your work.

ASC 100—STUDY AND LEARNING SKILLS
Project and Presentation

Objective. The term project is a written report on Study and Learning skills that we have learned with the main emphasis on highlighting exceptional or excellent study and learning skills practices and techniques that are beneficial to us as students. It is an individual report, but if several individuals wish to form a team that is a good alternative.
Content of Report.
The report may be thought of as a short case study with the following possible topics you can choose from;
1.    What are the challenges of university life and why do you think you need skills to get that dream job
2.    Are friends or peer groups an encouragement or distraction to your university education. Explain
3.    What are the challenges and rewards in schooling in a multicultural university like AUE?
4.    Are you satisfied with student services provided at AUE?
5.    How can you make learning fun at the university
6.    After graduation, what is your ultimate career goal?
7.    What possible ways can manage student conflict?
8.    What challenges do students face in their learning and how can this be overcome?
9.    TIME MANAGEMENT AS AN ESSENTIAL TOOL FOR STUDENTS SUCCESS
This is not a comprehensive report about study and learning skills but a consolidation and practicality of what we have learned. Therefore, the emphasis is on study and learning skills.
Research Methods. In order to gather the information, you will want to use the World Wide Web, the Libraries and their databases, financial data, the organization’s Annual Report, and interviews with key management personnel (via phone, e-mail, or in person). You will most likely gather more information than you can put in the report, so you will be expected to take only the best and most relevant data for the report (do not include material to “pad” the length).
Once you narrow down your data, organize it into a logical report (beginning, body, and ending) which has a summary and logical conclusions. Because this is not a long, comprehensive report you must concentrate on the most important key aspects (attributes) of study and learning practices and outcomes. Therefore, you should delimit your information to one or two key areas of study and learning skills (e. g., university life, study skills, working with others, time management, writing, research skills, critical thinking, etc.) and how this area or areas will help with your academic journey at AUE. Remember nothing is impossible.
Length and Format. The body of the report must be a minimum of five pages (double-spaced) per person; however, it may be longer if you find it necessary for a full explanation. (A team of 3 would have a 15-page report with the identity of the author of each page indicated in the header.)

The report must include these parts:
1.    Cover Page. Title of report, name of preparer, date, and course.
2.    Research Methods. How you gathered your information and how you organized and analyzed it to come to your conclusions. (Library, interviews, www, etc.)
3.    Body—(a.) Short introduction and background information. (b.) Description of the study and learning skills practices and attributes that will help you perform and earn the degree you are here for (fairly long and detailed). (c.) Concise Summary of Findings and Conclusions you have reached based on your research.
4.    References—A list of the sources you used to gather the data to write the report, including names of those interviewed and dates you interviewed them (whether by phone, fax, e-mail, or in person). Be sure to DOCUMENT with a full notation, in the body of the report, which of these references was used, including author, title, dates, page, etc.
5.    Attachments—Attach materials you find particularly helpful in explaining the company’s management practices and outcomes, but do not attach materials merely to pad the report.
Use double-spacing and one-inch margins all around, with 12-point type, Times Roman. Use headings and subheadings for each of the main divisions or paragraphs of the report (such as in this document). This is a technique that makes it easier for the reader to identify and refer to the various parts. Carefully proofread and spell-check your work.
Due Date and Presentation. The final paper is due Tuesday, JUNE 30, 2015. Upload it in the portal and give 1 hard copy to the instructor. The findings will be presented in class, but you may bring any materials you wish to show the class to explain your findings and conclusions. PowerPoint Slide Shows, handouts, or other audio-visuals should be used to enhance your ability to convey your findings in a complete and clear manner. Getting the class involved with an experiential exercise is also an excellent way to convey your findings. Presentations will be about 10-12 minutes long for each group, plus answering questions.
Grading. Refer to the syllabus for the grading. Needless to say, traditional grading criteria such as accuracy, completeness, originality, and depth of coverage will apply in assigning individual grades.
Communication. Be sure to communicate with the instructor regarding your progress or problems. My e-mail:Apollos.goyol@aue.ae.  Phone: 971-55-3711728, Office RM17 Block 6

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