FlexPath Prep Plan
For this assessment, you will create a personal FlexPath Prep Plan.
Remember that this plan is truly for you. Creating it will help you:
Recognize the knowledge, skills, and strengths you bring to your FlexPath experience.
Think about what you may need to change to succeed in FlexPath.
Create a realistic plan for fitting FlexPath course work into your life.
Prepare for your first meeting with your FlexPath coach.
Begin your first academic course feeling prepared.
For each question below, think about what you know about yourself and consider what you have learned in orientation. Use this document and fill in the spaces. Answer each question as completely as possible, using complete sentences. You should be able to write at least 3–4 well-constructed sentences for each bullet point.
Now that you have been through FlexPath orientation, what seems new and different about the FlexPath model, and what adjustments will you need to make to be successful in this model?
Are there things about the FlexPath model that may be a challenge for you, or that make you apprehensive?
How will you schedule time in your already-busy life to complete the assessments and be successful in FlexPath?
What things might possibly interfere with your schedule and how will you address them?
What skills, knowledge, and strengths do you feel you bring to the FlexPath program?
How can use your skills, knowledge, and strengths to be successful in FlexPath?
What was the most important factor (cost savings, time to completion, self-directed) in your decision to enroll in FlexPath?
How will that factor help you stay on track?
How will you use each of the resources below to help you be successful in your FlexPath courses?
Capella Writing Center.
Capella University Library.
What questions would you like to discuss with your FlexPath Coach during your first call?
Financial aid (or other types of tuition assistance).
Assessment feedback and resubmission.
Research and writing skills.
Taking time off.
When you have completed this assessment, save it as a Word document following the naming conventions listed in the assessment area in the courseroom. Attach the document to the assessment box and submit.