NRS 493 Individual Success Plan Assignment
The accomplishment of this course’s and the program’s related objectives depends on planning. Working together early on the is necessary with the course instructors and your preceptor. Students must create a strategy for finishing their course work successfully.
the necessary 25 hours of indirect clinical experience, 50 hours of leadership direct clinical practice, and 50 hours of community direct clinical practice.
work that is related to program competencies has finished.
work necessary to complete the change proposal for the student’s capstone project.
Students will create an individual plan for finishing practice hours and course objectives using the as a guide. Students will determine the amount of hours allotted to completing course objectives as part of this procedure.
The resource, which can be found in the Study Materials and in the assignment instructions, details the requirements for students to meet and the steps they must take to complete the ISP document.
Applying knowledge from earlier courses will help students evaluate and enhance their present practice. In order to create case reports that showcase increasingly complicated and expert practice, students are expected to combine scholarly texts.
Students will request a preconference with the faculty and preceptor to review the ISP when the ISP has been created by the student and approved by the course faculty.
Because achieving any goal requires transformation on a mental and often physical level, Student Success Programs participants are required to complete a success plan which will be used to target specific, customized interventions that will aid in achieving short and long term educational goals.
The ISP will outline goals and action steps for student in the areas of academics, personal growth, career, cultural awareness, and social support and engagement.
The Individual Success Plan helps participants remove obstacles and create a clear academic pathway, positively impacting student success.
Individual Success Plan Purpose:
Set informed goals for individual success in the areas of math and science, personal growth, career, finance, and social support
Create concrete action steps which will delineate the specific support services required of the student to support achievement of their goals
Set up monthly appointments for monitoring progress towards stated goals and benchmarks
Establish a successful academic foundation to persist in a chosen major
Address misguided aspirations and/or under-preparedness for career interests