HD 190A : The Good Road 1

Transcript title

The Good Road 1



Grading mode

Pass/No Pass grades

Total contact hours


Other hours



Instructor approval.

Course Description

First in a 3-quarter series. Provides high school students with education and activities through a Native American and Indigenous perspective. Establish personal and team goals; develop effective teamwork skills; explore and articulate cultural identity; explore aspects of leadership including varying styles, qualities, and cultural implications. Interaction with college mentors prepares students of varying races and ethnicities to embrace post-secondary education as both desirable and attainable. P/NP grading.

Course learning outcomes

1. Summarize the benefits of post-secondary education and how to transition to higher education.
2. Experience and articulate cultural heritage and explore positive ways to share the richness of culture with others in the community.
3. Describe different styles of leadership, including personal leadership styles and qualities.
4. Explore issues of personal responsibility and attitude.
5. Recognize and explore strategies for diffusing conflict.
6. Develop and practice oral communication skills.
7. Develop and practice academic and scholarship writing skills.
8. Utilize support resources.

Content outline

  1. Goal setting
  2. Leadership
  3. Financial Aid
  4. Critical Thinking and Decision Making
  5. Conflict and Communication
  6. Values and Essay Writing
  7. Public Speaking
  8. Embracing Diversity and Inclusion

Required materials

Texbook may be required.

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