While attending Mosaic, students have the option of participating in programs at Lonestar College Kingwood. Our LSC-K programs are divided into 3 different tracks with each having specific learning objectives and support.
Students on this track receive support from Mosaic staff while taking credit courses on a degree plan. Mosaic helps these students find credit courses that meet their degree plan objectives while focusing on organization, self-advocacy, stress management and emotional wellness. Students are also taught to use the campus support systems including the tutoring center, disability services center, library and computer lab to access the supports they need to be successful college students. See link below for more information.
Students on this track receive support from Mosaic staff while learning the social skills necessary to be an active member of a college campus including participating in clubs, campus events and Mosaic's grant funded Garden Project.
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Civic Engagement Track
The college social program has entered a new realm where project-based learning, service-learning, and civic engagement all come face to face. The social program has been renamed Civic Engagement and will focus on four domains: personal responsibility, interpersonal skills, self-determination, and civic engagement. Volunteering, working with community members to solve or address issues, and promoting the quality of life in a community through either political or nonpolitical processes are all types of civic engagement. Mosaic students will identify a need or concern in our community, set goals, create a plan, and take action. Each project is student created, encourages lifelong learning, generates opportunity for social skill development, and increases self-determination skills while in the community making a difference. The students will experience the excitement of helping others, which increases motivation, willingness to help, and a deep concern for others. Research has proven both service-learning and civic engagement develop a sense of purpose allowing for greater self-confidence and providing a way to make a meaningful and productive contribution to society. This class is a powerful tool for improving Mosaic students’ social skills, self-determination, and ability to be a lifelong learner.
Mosaic College Staff
Dr. Claudine Simpson and Quinn Perkins are the full time leads who support our Mosaic students at Lonestar College Kingwood Campus. Please feel free to contact these teachers if you have specific questions about the Mosaic college programming.
Dr. Claudine Simpson
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