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GEN 195 Week 1 GameScape Reflection
Instructions
Review the Week 1 GameScape simulation, "Starting Out."
Submit the PDF file of the questions you completed in the Week 1 GameScape simulation to the Assignment Files tab.


GEN 195 Week 1 Responsible Borrowing
Instructions
Complete the Responsible Borrowing Worksheet.
Save as a Microsoft® Word document (.doc or .docx) and submit it to the Assignment Files tab.
Responsible Borrowing Worksheet

Many students borrow federal student loans to pay for college. The goal of this assignment is to help you learn how to borrow responsibly, which may mean that you do not borrow at all or that you borrow only what you truly need. To borrow responsibly, you must understand your options and establish a financial plan for your entire program. With that plan in place, you can then focus on your classes and making connections with instructors and other students.

There are two steps listed below for this assignment. Respond to the questions for each step in this worksheet only and submit your completed document to the Assignment Files tab.

Step 1

Watch the “Responsible Borrowing (Financial Aid)” video on the orientation website located here: http://www.phoenix.edu/student-orientation.html.

Respond to the following three questions in the spaces provided below:

• What is financial aid?

• How do grants differ from loans?

• What effect does class attendance have on funding availability?
Step 2
Access the Financial Plan at www.phoenix.edu/financialplan. Enter your program and respond to the questions. Explore the information about options for payment, reducing cost, and military students (if applicable). If you have already completed the plan as part of the enrollment process, you can use those results for this step.

Respond to the following two questions in the spaces provided below:

• Based on this plan, what is your estimated monthly payment when you enter repayment?

• As a result of completing the plan, what changes can you make to reduce the amount you may borrow? Why?


GEN 195 Week 2 GameScape Reflection
Instructions
Review the Week 2 GameScape simulation, "Ready. Schedule. Go!"
Submit the PDF file of the questions you completed in the Week 2 GameScape simulation to the Assignment Files tab.



GEN 195 Week 2 Readiness & Behavioral Assessment
Instructions
You will need to complete two parts for this assignment: the assessments in the Phoenix Prep Center and the Readiness & Behavioral Assessment Worksheet.
Part 1
Complete the Life Factors Assessment and Personal Attributes Assessment, located in the Phoenix Prep Center.
Navigate to the Phoenix Prep Center. If you do not have a log-in profile, create one. You must use a personal e-mail address to create an account, as your eCampus log-in profile will not work for this site.
Find the Life Factors behavioral diagnostic at the center of the page.
Start this assessment by selecting Begin. After you have completed the Life Factors behavioral diagnostic, click on the Personal Attributes Assessment to complete this second required assessment.
Part 2

Complete the Readiness & Behavioral Assessment Worksheet by responding to each question in at least 50 words.
Save your worksheet as a Microsoft® Word document (.doc or .docx) and submit it to the Assignment Files tab.

Readiness & Behavioral Assessment

Respond to the following questions using your results from the Life Factors and Personal Attributes Assessments. Each response should be a minimum of 50 words.
• What did you learn from the results of the Life Factors and Personal Attributes Assessments? In your own words, describe your strengths from these assessments and how they impact your success in school.

• Of the life factors mentioned (time, place, reason, resources, and skills), which do you need to focus on the most? How will your behavior need to change for academic success?

• What personal attributes (academic attributes, help seeking, persistence, procrastination, time management, and locus of control) will you work most to strengthen? How will your behavior need to change for academic success?


GEN 195 Week 3 Career Exploration Worksheet
Instructions
Complete the Career Exploration Worksheet.
Save your worksheet as a Microsoft® Word document (.doc or .docx) and submit it to the Assignment Files tab.
Career Exploration Worksheet

You may already be familiar with the Phoenix Career Guidance System on your student website (eCampus) if you completed the University Orientation course. As a reminder, the Phoenix Career Guidance System is your one-stop shop to help you get career ready, whether you are looking to turn your passions into a career, or trying to take your career to the next level. It is an end-to-end career planning and development platform that can help you develop the skills you need and prepare you for your career goals.

For this assignment, you will start in Milestone 1, Career Exploration in the Phoenix Career Guidance System. To complete this assignment, follow the directions provided in each section.

Section 1: Goal 1.1 Chart your career path
1. Access the Career Exploration Tool in the Phoenix Career Guidance System. To access Phoenix Career Guidance System and the Career Exploration Tool, complete the following steps:

• Log in to the student website at https://ecampus.phoenix.edu
• Click the Careers tab.

• If you have visited the Phoenix Career Guidance before, you will go to your career dashboard and you can move to Step 2. If this is your first time visiting the Phoenix Career Guidance System, please continue with the following steps.
• Click the Get Started button.

• Respond to the 4-question survey and then click the Continue button.


2. Click the Career Exploration navigation button on the top part of the page.


• Complete Milestone 1.1 Chart your career path by clicking the start button.

• Read the information titled, 1.1 Chart your career path.
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3. Complete the following table after reading the Chart your career path information. Your answer should be between 50 and 100 words.
Question Answer
From the Chart your career path reading, what are the 5 items to consider when choosing a career goal? Why are these important?

• Once you have read the information in stage 1.1 Chart your Career Path and completed the above table, mark this stage as complete and click the continue button at the bottom of the page to go to stage 1.2 Set Your Career Goals.

Section 2: Milestone 1.2 Set Your Career Goals

After clicking the continue button on Milestone 1.1, you go to Milestone 1.2 Set Your Career Goals. In this section, you have the opportunity to search through different career goals that could be of interest using the Career Exploration tool. This tool allows you to research various careers based on your degree program, career interests, by a specific job title, or by a career area, For this exercise, you will explore careers based on your interests. To get started, click on the Interest Assessment link. You will need to respond to a series of 18 questions to help you understand your career interests. If you have already completed the interest assessment, you do not need to retake it. After you have completed this assessment, DO NOT mark this stage as complete, as you will have an opportunity to return to this Milestone for additional exercises in future courses.













1. Complete the following table after viewing your interest assessment results from stage 1.2 Set Your Career Goals. Hover your mouse over each trait and learn more about your career interest profile. Summarize what you have learned about your top three traits.


My Career Interest Areas What did I learn about my top traits?
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• After reviewing your interest results, review the list of the recommended job titles based on a combination of your interest results and your program of study. If you would like to explore other job titles not shown in the list of recommended jobs, you can search other careers by clicking on the career area search or the job title search.


Select two careers you are interested in, based on a combination of your interest assessment results and your program of study, or by conducting a separate search using the career area search or job title search features.
Conduct labor market research on the two careers clicking on the job titles, such as Marketing Specialist, and use the labor market details of each job title to complete the following table regarding the research you conducted.
Question Career 1 Career 2
What is the career?
What interests you about this career?
Is there a hiring demand? Explain your response.
What are the educational requirements?
What are the experience requirements?
What are the top 3 specialized skill requirements?

Based on your research, which career path would you prefer to pursue? Why? (Respond in a minimum of 50 words.)

• You can choose to add that career and others to your My Goals list.


• Once you have completed the stage titled, 1.2 Set Your Career Goals, you can mark stage 2 of 2 as complete.

Section 3: Career Planning – Next Steps

1. Now that you have learned about the importance of career planning, your career interests, and have researched the labor market data for careers you are interested in, write down two steps you can take in the next 6 months to help you with your career planning and how your program of study and the Phoenix Career Guidance System might help you with these next steps. (Respond in 100 to 150 words).



GEN 195 Week 3 GameScape Reflection
Instructions
Review the Week 3 GameScape simulation, "Get SMART!"
Submit the PDF file of the questions you completed in the Week 3 GameScape simulation to the Assignment Files tab.






GEN 195 Week 4 Learning Styles and Effective Study Habits
Instructions
Refer to this week's readings on personal learning styles.
Respond to the following questions, in at least 100 words each:
• Describe the major characteristics of your preferred learning style?
• What is the link between your learning style and effective study?
• List at least three study strategies and techniques you have or will use during this course to increase your effectiveness?
• How can knowing your learning style help you be a more successful student?


GEN 195 Week 4 GameScape Reflection
Instructions
Review the Week 4 GameScape simulation, "Study in Style."
Submit the PDF file of the questions you completed in the Week 4 GameScape simulation to the Assignment Files tab







GEN 195 Week 5 GameScape Reflection
Instructions
Review the Week 5 GameScape simulation, "Effective Communication."
Submit the PDF file of the questions you completed in the Week 5 GameScape simulation to the Assignment Files tab.






GEN 195 Week 5 Resources Presentation
Instructions
Resources: Microsoft® PowerPoint® tutorial;
Create a minimum 5-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes on your experience in this course.
Speaker notes may be embedded in the PowerPoint as "notes," or hard copy to turn into your instructor after your presentation.
Include the following:
• The importance of personal responsibility
• Upholding academic honesty
• Improving reading and study skills
• One of the following: Motivation, time management, handling stress, or University resources
• Five tips for new students
Note. Oral presentations are required for this assignment.
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