Fulfill the promise of your potential.
Through providing an innovative learning environment that is supportive, individualized, engaging, and cohesive, CLICK TEAM is committed to helping Rose State College students create a successful, meaningful, and useful educational experience.
Professors and professional staff members from English, mathematics, reading, educational planning, and academic advisement have joined to support CLICK TEAM.
Tuesdays: 2 PM - 3 PM
- A student must be enrolled in a developmental course taught by at least one professor on the mentoring team or must be recommended by a professor or professional staff member.
- Selected students then enroll in HULC 1091, a one credit hour course, which is the Learning Community Lab.
What are the benefits of enrolling?
- Specialized tutoring by full-time professors from English, math, reading, and educational planning in a lab setting
- Opportunities to build meaningful relationships with other students and professors, and to build a purposeful connection to the RSC campus
- Student mentoring by CLICK professors
- Free organizational supplies and expert organizational assistance
- Personalized advising and degree planning
- Hands-on instruction with D2L, RSC’s online learning platform
- Assistance with campus resource and community service referrals
How long does the program last?
- Students can enroll in CLICK TEAM for one or two semesters.
- After completing one semester of CLICK, students may attend the labs and receive mentoring and enrollment advisement for the rest of their RSC education.
How much time is required to complete the class?
- Students must attend an Orientation in HU 130 on Tuesday of the second week of classes, and later, a midterm and final that focus on academic growth.
- Students must attend one study lab session each week with the option to attend as many sessions as students wish. Flexible times are available.
For information, please contact Professor Knox, (405) 733-7386 or (405) 408-7440
This course is designed to increase student success by increasing retention and academic success. Its focus is on improving critical thinking skills, learning strategies, organizational skills, computer literacy, mathematics, reading skills, grammar, writing skills, and student knowledge of available resources both on and off campus.
Learning Community Lab:
The LC Lab is offered for one hour at three different times during the week. Each session is staffed by team professors from English, math, reading, and educational planning/academic advisement. Students are required to attend one session each week and can come to any session they wish. During the lab time, professors work with those students who attend, providing intensive tutoring as needed.
Since the students are spread over various lab times, an online classroom is used to provide additional peer network building. Using the Desire2Learn online platform associated with the course, students post eight directed journal writings over the course of the semester. These writings respond to prompts focused on self-reflection and academic skill building. They provide support and interaction among all students enrolled.
Orientation, Midterm, and Final
Each semester, participating students and professors attend a mandatory Orientation “on Tuesday, the second of classes in HU 130”, a “enjoyable” midterm group activity, and a final study lab. During orientation, additional information about the program is provided to students, but the main focus is on team building activities among the students and to create an opportunity to bond with the professors. At the end of the session, each professor takes responsibility for mentoring a specific small group of the students throughout the semester. Our midterm and final also focus on team building activities.
Prerequisite courses or skills – None
Course Title/Section Number/Course Number – Learning Community – SOSC 2091
Time and Location – Humanities 130 – Times: Chosen lab times
Textbooks required are those already being used in the class or classes in which the student is co-enrolling for this lab. No additional textbooks are required.
Supplies available upon request are as follows: Planner, Three-ring binder, Folder inserts, Flash drive, Highlighters, Calculators, Dictionary/Thesaurus
Lab Course, Individualized Instruction, and Group Instruction
Class Computer Usage
All course sections at RSC may be Web enhanced and require some level of access to a computer and the College Utilized Learning Management System. Free access to computers is available to all enrolled students in the Learning Resources Center and in other Academic Division computer laboratories.
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to demonstrate the following:
- through specialized tutoring: to increase skills in mathematics, reading, grammar, technology, study skills, and writing
- to become familiar with available resources both on and off campus
- to improve critical thinking skills
- to recognize and strengthen use of learning strategies
- to increase technology proficiency
- to enhance effective communication skills
- to improve analytical literacy
Professor/Instructor Information (Team Taught Course)
Office Hours: Contact individual instructors