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How Do You Teach Bright Students to Ask for Help?

“Most people are hung up on the idea of asking for help. From the time we’re born, we are told that the American ethic is self-reliance. Pull your own weight, row your own boat, pull yourself up by your bootstraps, and a host of other similar sayings pervade our culture.”  ( Most of the students […]

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MAP – An Academic Planning Tool

Beginning September 22nd, all NMC students will be introduced to MAP – an academic planning tool they can use to stay on track for graduation. Students will access their MAP from their myNMC page or their Self-Service page. They will also find a link to a tutorial that walks them through their worksheet/audit. As Faculty […]

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On Course by Skip Downing

What is On Course?

You may have heard of the workshops. You may have heard of classes that use it. What is this On Course? On Course is both a book for students to use in a study skills course and a framework for teaching. It provides students with a guide for college success. It provides instructors with a […]

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Free Weekly Writing Workshop

WHO: Melissa Sprenkle and Michael Anderson NMC Communications Faculty WHEN: Every Tuesday, 7pm-9pm, September 16, 2014 – December 16, 2014 WHERE: NMC Scholars Hall 204 For more information contact: Susan Odgers at or 231-392-6843 Melissa Sprenkle at Michael Anderson at FREE WEEKLY WRITING WORKSHOP (printable flyer)

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