The COR 101 Student Facilitator Posters showcase the work of more than 60 Student Facilitators who serve an internship each year with the COR 101 first-year seminar program. Student Facilitators develop a poster, summarizing a lesson they taught in-class to first-year students focusing on topics relevant to the first-year transition experience. Posters cover the preparation and research, lesson execution, and reflection and assessment that went into teaching their class of first-year students.
Posters are created from slides, like those that follow.
Clubs and Organizations
This is a PowerPoint presentation about my experience doing the COR101 Clubs and Organization lesson.
Mental Health and Wellness
The topic I chose for one of my lessons in COR 101 was Mental Health and Wellness. During the first class, we asked the students what topics they wanted to learn about throughout the semester and mental health and different parts of mental health were on many of their lists. I started off with a short video as a mental reset and to get students relaxed before the rest of my lesson. I listed and talked about resources available to students at SUNY Cortland, locally, and nationally which was provided through the power point and on a print-out sheet for them. I also discussed strategies and ways to manage mental health, how to deal with stress during midterms week, which is when I completed my lesson, how social media can impact mental health, and ways to use social media in a positive way. We finished with a Kahoot to wrap up and review what they had learned during the presentation.
Taking Care of Yourself on Campus: Self-Care and Stress Management
This is my COR300 Poster Symposium submission. This poster explores the lesson that I conducted as a student facilitator in my COR101 section. I taught about stress management and self-care. During my lesson, I taught about stress management techniques and the various methods of self-care. We learned about the mind, body, and soul and how their are different ways to nurture each area of the self. My poster will demonstrate what I have learned, as well as what my students experienced during the lesson.
Organization: Tips for Success
This presentation is about organization skills/ tips. I wanted students to get organized and settled going into finals week and next semester. I shared some of my favorite tips that have helped me succeed in school, work, and daily life. Some tips I included in my presentation were To-Do Lists, a Planner, Google Sheets, and Cornell Style Notes. I received very positive feedback from my students; many said these skills would be very helpful in the future.
Living a Healthy Lifestyle
Powerpoint on many aspects of healthy that may be impacted during the first year transition of college.
Self-Care: The Eight Dimensions of Health and Wellness
This presentation examines self-care through the framework of the Eight Dimensions of Health and Wellness model as it relates to first-year college students.
Advisement and Registration
Advisement and registration within an open section of COR101.
What is DEI?
The topic I have chosen to present is called, "What is DEI?". The presentation explores first year's own biases and definitions of diversity, equity and inclusion. Throughout the presentation students are challenged and participate in an activity where they will be more informed about the world and use the definition to learn how to create a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment.
Mental Health Importance, based on the transition between high school to college.