A University of Colorado at Boulder student who won an academic success course in 2018 says it is not about the academic and life skills needed to succeed in college, but about getting an education.
In a recent video interview with Fox News, Tanya Jones, who is the student president of the International Center for Academic Excellence, said the success course was an opportunity to be a part of something she described as “a lot more of an educational journey.”
She said she wanted to be part of an academic team that was able to help others succeed academically, and to build the skills needed for college.
The success course began in the fall of 2018 and Jones said she did not learn the curriculum until January 2019.
She said the course focuses on teaching students skills needed in the modern world, and in particular, the importance of networking and self-motivation.
Jones said she believes the success of the course was due to the students being able to participate in an education program that had been created by her academic advisors, which included a course called “The Power of Collaboration.”
Jones said the students who were able to get into the course learned a lot about themselves and their academic abilities.
In the video interview, Jones said that although it is important for people to learn how to take a course, she said the emphasis of the success is more about being a part on an academic learning team.
She added that the success program was not about how well you did on a test, but rather how well your team members are able to learn from each other and make the best of the learning experience.
Jones told Fox News that she was able have the success in 2018 because her advisors were very supportive of her learning.
In fact, she was asked to come up with a new term for the course to reflect the students success, she told Fox.
The video interview was the first time Jones discussed the success experience.
She told Fox that she has been told by her advisors that they are very supportive and that she feels that she learned so much from the success, and the people who were involved in it.