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posted Apr 20, 2015, 7:14 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Nov 19, 2015, 7:34 AM ]
Typing Web for 20 min
Register for MHCC 
-Step 1: Go to www.mhcc.edu and click "MyMHCC"
-Step 2: Enter your MHCC ID# (E-mail) and 6 digit Birthday (ex: 051981)
-Step 3: Click Register for Classes
-Step 4: Click Register for Classes AGAIN
-Step 5: Click Set Options. Choose Spring 2015
                        -Then click Submit Options
-Step 6: Enter course number, section number and grading type LT
on the Registration Entry page, then click Set Options or "Add"
-Step 7: Verify the course was added by clicking on See Details of Registered Course in the green bar
-Step 8: Log out

Term: Spring
Year: 2015
Course#: HD100C
Section: 93
Grading Type: LT

Email rachel.borg@mhcc.edu if you are having problems:

Ms. Borg,
I am a freshman in Mr. Costello's class at David Douglas, and I am having problems registering for his class/applying to MHCC, _______________________. Can you please help me? Thanks

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On Course- Making Wise Decisions Discussion


Journal #4
    -Apply the Wise Choice Process
In this activity you will apply the Wise Choice Process to improve a difficult situation in your life. Think about a current problem, one that you're comfortable sharing. As a result of this problem, you may be angry, sad, frustrated, depressed, overwhelmed, or afraid. Perhaps this situation has to do with a grade you received, a teacher's comment, or a classmate's action. Maybe the problem relates to a job, a relationship, or money. The Wise Choice Process can help you make an empowering choice in any part of your life. 

1. Write the six questions of the Wise Choice Process and answer each one as it relates to your situation. 
    1. What's my present situation? (Describe the problem objectively and completely.)
    2. How would I like my situation to be? (What is your ideal future outcome?)
    3. What are my possible choices? (Create a long list of specific choices that might create your                                    preferred outcome.)
    4. What's the likely outcome of each possible choice? (If you can't predict the likely outcome of 
        an option, stop and gather more information.)
    5. Which choice(s) will I commit to doing? (Pick from your list of choices in Step 3)
    6. When and how will I evaluate my plan? (Identify the specific date and criteria by which you will             determine the success of your plan.)
2. Write what you learned or relearned by doing the Wise Choice Process. 
 Be sure to Dive Deep. You might begin, By doing the Wise Choice Process, I learned that I...
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