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Campus Recreation Red Cross Certification Instructor

Description

Description - Describes how students engage, what they do, reflecting the nature and depth of the program/experience.

Students serve as instructors for Red Cross certification classes (e.g., First Aid, CPR/AED, Lifeguard), for students and other members of the university community.
Term

Term - The semester in which the activity occurs

Fall 2019
Category

Category - Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) category with which this engagement activity is most closely aligned, from the perspective of the student in the activity.

Recreational Sports Programsdefinition

Recreational Sports Programs - The mission of Recreational Sports Programs must be to enhance the mind, body, and spirit of students and other eligible individuals by providing programs, services, and facilities that are responsive to the physical, social, recreational, and lifelong educational needs of the campus community as they relate to health, fitness, and learning.

Campus Label

Campus Label - Type of purposeful activity, as defined across units

Student Program Leader
Division

Division - University organization

Student Affairs & Academic Support
Department

Department - University organization

Student Life
Unit

Unit - University organization

Campus Recreation
Special Designation

Special Designation - Engagement has a special designation based on review of educational purpose and intentional design.

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Time on Task

Time on Task - Amount of time that a student engages in this activity (including orientation/training, supervision/feedback, reflection on learning).

30-44 hours
Participation Entry

Participation Entry - Extent to which participation is restricted (e.g., minimum GPA, classification)

Any students with required credentials (such as GPA, hours earned) can participate
Minimum Credit Hours

Minimum Credit Hours - Number of credit hours or years in college required to participate in this activity

15 hours or one semester completed at USC
Minimum GPA

Minimum GPA - Minimum GPA required to participate in this activity

GPA requirement varies by student's major/college
Other Requirements

Other Requirements - Additional requirements to participate in this activity

Course - prior completion of a specific course or certificate
Expectations

Expectations - How expectations are communicated to students about how they will engage in this program

Group training / class session(s)
Training manual, syllabus or rubric
Active Learning

Active Learning - What students do; the nature or type of the engagement, that is expected to contribute to their learning

Apply specialized knowledgedefinition

Apply specialized knowledge - Applying specialized knowledge or skills required to do a task, such as from major coursework, or previous experience


Career readinessdefinition

Career readiness - Attain and develop requisite competencies to broadly prepare for a successful transition into the workplace. (e.g., critical thinking/problem solving, oral/written communications, teamwork/collaboration, leadership, professionalism/work ethic)

Knowledge/Skills

Knowledge/Skills - Knowledge applied and/or skills practiced by students as they engage in this activity

Interpersonal skillsdefinition

Interpersonal skills - Use empathetic skills to guide and motivate others; assess and manage emotions of self and others


Problem solvingdefinition

Problem solving - Designing, evaluating and implementing a strategy to answer an open-ended question or achieve a desired goal

Interacts With

Interacts With - With whom students directly interact, as they engage in this activity

Student(s) on this campus
Diversity

Diversity - Extent to which student learning about diversity is included in program structure

Included in program structure, not the primary focusdefinition

Included in program structure, not the primary focus - Although not the primary focus of the program/experience, discussion of diversity topics is intentionally included in the structure of the program/experience

Feedback

Feedback - How and from whom students receive feedback on their engagement in this program

Informal feedback only
Group / class session with professional staff
Reflection

Reflection - How, and with whom, students engage in reflection on their learning while engaged in this activity

Informal only, no structured reflection activity
Program Website

Program Website - For additional information, go to the unit website.

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Rubric

Rubric - Describes specific expectations for student involvement in the activity

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