What is “The Edge for Life”?
Offered by the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education, “The Edge for Life” is a course designed to help undergraduate students from all majors develop the capacity to engage in the world in meaningful, purposeful, and thoughtful ways.
Course activities will focus on helping you grow personally, collegiately, inter-personally and intra-personally, giving you an edge in your personal and academic life. Reflecting on your values, beliefs, and purpose in life and in school will help you evaluate your life, examine how you live it, and learn how to maximize your potential.
Why add “The Edge for Life” to your schedule?
- Learn about research-based approaches to shifting your habits, attitudes, beliefs and expectations toward positive outcomes.
- Apply proven principles to increase your well-being and achieve your desired educational outcomes.
- Reflect on your personal beliefs and experiences to develop a personal philosophy in life.
Winter sections for EDUC 1200:
CRN 33825 (Mon 1:00 p.m. – 2:55 p.m.)
CRN 33826 (Wed 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.)
For more information, contact:
Michelle Tenam-Zemach, Ed.D.
(954) 262-8771 • firstname.lastname@example.org