Student Success in College: Doing What Works!
Raise the academic bar for your students and watch their confidence and student success skills increase. STUDENT SUCCESS IN COLLEGE: DOING WHAT WORKS! offers an accessible and relevant way for students to move beyond opinions and advice about how to succeed in college by offering an integrated approach of research backed student success practices paired with student success research studies. Your students will find success as they learn how to put the information on skills for success into practice as they strive to accomplish their academic goals. With an overall theme of reading, critical thinking and information literacy skills, STUDENT SUCCESS IN COLLEGE will help students feel comfortable with the structure of research study articles, making it more likely that they will use these higher level sources earlier in their academic careers. By providing students with shared content that is relevant and meaningful, they can practice skills they can apply immediately to their other classes. The 7 chapters in the text covers key strategies for success in college including how to use campus resources, staying motivated, setting goals, making good decisions, staying positive and establishing a support system, using memory techniques and taking notes, and preparing for tests.
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7 Smart Success Strategies
Getting Started Knowing Your College and Its Resources
Knowing Yourself A Focus on Your Strengths and Motivation
Setting Effective Goals and Making the Most of Your Time
Making Good Decisions A Focus on Academic Financial Career and Stress Management Decisions ...
Keys to Academic Resilience A Positive MindSet and Support System
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