Heyborne Leadership Academy
The Heyborne Leadership Academy provides an opportunity for students to elevate their "basic academic skills" to a "leadership" level. It is for the serious student who desires an accelerative opportunity for taking their leadership potential to the next level! This program seeks to strengthen students' leadership potential by building up their basic analytical and communication skills along with providing weekly leadership-related discussions and exercises.
The Heyborne Leadership Academy is a year-long program, meeting ten Saturday mornings each semester, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. The curriculum includes a lightning review of algebra and trigonometry, high-level reading with extensive writing, and eight mini-lectures on study skills and leadership. One highlight includes weekly thorough writing reviews, with highly personalized feedback to the students. There is no homework required for the program.
All participants will receive:
- Attractive "Leadership YOU" certificate of completion which can be noted on your portfolio
- Four college credits (70% attendance is required)
- Complimentary leadership text
- Polo shirt with the Academy insignia embroidered
- Why Review your math skills
Many students first take algebra in junior high school. Their subsequent high school courses do not always provide enough practice to keep the skills honed. Trigonometry is sometimes taught without sufficient practical applications, so students do not see the techniques as useful tools. Many college courses assume that students can use the concepts effectively and efficiently. However by that time, six to eight years may have elpased and many basic skills are rusty or forgotten.
Mathematics education has moved away from requiring a large number of repetitions to help students truly master certain skills. Math is normally taught in a sequential fashion wherein many important basics are covered once and mastery is assumed. This cursory review will reacquaint students with previously learned concepts and will refresh students' command and comprehension of mathematics.
- Should everybody train for leadership? All college graduates are destined to assume countless leadership responsibilities, along with even more "followership" roles. Both are equally important, and both are enhanced through this academy.
2015/16 Heyborne Leadership Academy Schedule
Lightning Math Review
Verbal + Study Skills + Leadership Development
Location: CTC 113/114