The Text Learning and motivation Strategies: Your Guide to Success

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  • The Text Learning and motivation Strategies: Your Guide to Success
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  • The Title Learning and motivation Strategies: Your Guide to Success and Self-advocacy
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  • The Message Success is not just a question of working hard; its also a question of working smart.
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  • The challenge College is hardCollege is hard College has more distractionsCollege has more distractions College has more workCollege has more work In college you have to apply yourselfIn college you have to apply yourself In college you have to motivate yourself to study and focusedIn college you have to motivate yourself to study and focused
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  • The Value Change your lifeChange your life Change who you areChange who you are Gives you opportunitiesGives you opportunities Be a payoff for everything it took you to get hereBe a payoff for everything it took you to get here Succeeding in College can:
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  • The Layout OutlinesOutlines ObjectivesObjectives Self-surveysSelf-surveys ExamplesExamples QuickpracticesQuickpractices ApplicationsApplications AssignmentsAssignments Self-AssessmentsSelf-Assessments PortfoliosPortfolios
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  • Perception SensoryRegister How people Learn Short-termOrWorkingmemory Encoding
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  • Perception SensoryRegister Long-TermMemory Short-termOrWorkingmemory Executive control Processes Encoding Storage Retrieval
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  • Executive control Processes RehearsalRehearsal Make up examplesMake up examples Forming imagesForming images You want the best executive control processes availableStrategies
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  • Research behind the book
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  • An educational psychology-based training program... to teach learning and motivation strategies to college students... teaching students four major achievement strategies: taking reasonable risk, taking responsibility for outcomes, searching the environment (for information), and using feedback. Each strategy was divided into two substrategies, and used to teach students to overcome procrastination, build self-confidence and responsibility, manage their lives, learn from lecture and text, prepare for exams, and write papers Source: Source: http://all.successcenter.ohio-state.edu/references/stACH_paper-rev_4.htm
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  • Motivational component How you yourself can be an agent for self-regulation and successHow you yourself can be an agent for self-regulation and success based on your own beliefs of what you want to accomplish Self-regulation is an important factor in academic successSelf-regulation is an important factor in academic success Thus Strategies for achievement are the tools to learn self-regulationThus Strategies for achievement are the tools to learn self-regulation
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  • Cognitive component See information in lectures or read in text as answers - JeopardySee information in lectures or read in text as answers - Jeopardy Base of a Q & A OutlineBase of a Q & A Outline this helps in info. synthesisthis helps in info. synthesis and organize it into visual forms such as diagrams and charts.and organize it into visual forms such as diagrams and charts. The outlines and diagrams then help to organize and store thoughts in long-term memoryThe outlines and diagrams then help to organize and store thoughts in long-term memory
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  • How the book works More like a manual then a text
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  • Outlines First page each moduleFirst page each module Preview Gain an understand before continuing to read
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  • Objectives Behavioral skillsBehavioral skills Listed after the outlineListed after the outline After completing the module you will be able to perform that behavioral taskAfter completing the module you will be able to perform that behavioral task Are the targets we want you to reachAre the targets we want you to reach
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  • Self-survey Questions - they ask you to exploreQuestions - they ask you to explore Beliefs about self Beliefs about others Your skills Attitudes Help your understand of the interaction between your behaviors, beliefs and environmentHelp your understand of the interaction between your behaviors, beliefs and environment
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  • Examples Highlight specific skillsHighlight specific skills Scenarios of the skills or failure of using the skillsScenarios of the skills or failure of using the skills
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  • Quickpractices ActivityActivity It gives you an activity that is being covered First attempt For you benefit Remember to improve your skills you need to put forth effort to develop individual skillsRemember to improve your skills you need to put forth effort to develop individual skills Help you prepare for the examsHelp you prepare for the exams
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  • Application Like a Quickpractives but in a group settingLike a Quickpractives but in a group setting
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  • Self-Assessments Each provides you an indication on what you have learned and how prepared you are to move onFeedbackEach provides you an indication on what you have learned and how prepared you are to move onFeedback Returns you to the Objectives at the beginningfull circleReturns you to the Objectives at the beginningfull circle Asks you to complete the objectivesAsks you to complete the objectives
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  • Portfolios Ask you to apply the skills learned from the modules to other course and other aspects of college lifeAsk you to apply the skills learned from the modules to other course and other aspects of college life
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  • Using what you have learned Deliberate practiceDeliberate practice Using the skills over and over Avoid tell yourself that there are no better ways to learnAvoid tell yourself that there are no better ways to learn