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  • Consider asking students to spend two minutes jotting down their initial answers to these questions.
  • Consider asking students to spend two minutes jotting down their initial answers to these questions.
  • Instructors: if you wish, you can pause after each image to allow time for students to identify each related suggestion before clicking for the words to appear.
  • Consider asking students to spend two minutes jotting down their initial answers to these questions.
  • Have students show you their answers in their journals or have them write their responses on a small note card and hand those to you at the door.
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    • 1. On CourseStrategies for Creating Success in College and in Life Chapter 1 GETTING ON COURSE TO YOUR SUCCESS
    • 2. TAKING THE FIRST STEP FOCUS QUESTIONS What does “success” mean to you? When you achieve your greatest success… what will you have, what will you be doing, and what kind of person will you be?Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1|2
    • 3. THE POWER OF CHOICE: THE KEY TO YOUR SUCCESS Success in college—and, in life—depends on the quality of the choices we make. This course is about making wise choices that promote success as you define it. Lets take a look at the eight "choices of successful students."Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1|3
    • 4. CHOICES OF SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS 1. 2. 3. 4.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1|4
    • 5. CHOICES OF SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS 5. 6. 7. 8.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1|5
    • 6. Five Suggestions for Creating a Meaningful ON COURSE JOURNAL Copy directions. Be spontaneous. Be honest. Be creative. Dive deep!Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1|6
    • 7. SELF ASSESSMENT: WHY? What is the purpose of the Self-Assessment? To assess your strengths and weaknesses in the eight "choices of successful students." What is the value of this information? As you develop the “choices of successful students,” you make wiser choices and, thus, achieve more of your desired outcomes and experiences.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1|7
    • 8. MAKING YOUR SELF-ASSESSMENT SCORE VALID Do NOT try to figure out the "best" response for each item. The best response is an honest one! Remember, the purpose of this self- assessment is to give you an accurate picture of where you are today on each of the eight choices.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1|8
    • 9. SELF-ASSESSMENT: PREDICTING YOUR SCORES Before you begin the Self-Assessment… Review the eight Choices of Successful Students (see the inside front cover). On which of these eight choices do you think you will score highest? Why? On which of these eight choices do you think you will score lowest? Why?Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1|9
    • 10. QUICK REVIEW: EIGHT CHOICES OF SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS Personal Responsibility Self-Motivation Self-Management Interdependence Self-Awareness Lifelong Learning Emotional Intelligence Belief in YourselfCopyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 10
    • 11. ONE STUDENTS STORY: Jalayna Onaga As you read Jalaynas story, what statements reveal her weaknesses in the Eight Choices? For example, "And I never asked anyone for help" shows her weakness when it comes to choosing Interdependence. Realizing what she truly wanted for herself allowed Jalayna to make a strong commitment to being successful in college. What do you really want and how will a college education help you achieve it?Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 11
    • 12. BECOMING AN ACTIVE LEARNER FOCUS QUESTIONS How does the human brain learn? How can you use this knowledge to develop a highly effective system for learning?Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 12
    • 13. THREE PRINCIPLES OF DEEP AND LASTING LEARNING Prior Learning: Relate new information to previously learned information. Quality of Processing: Use numerous and varied deep processing strategies. Quantity of Processing: Use frequent practice sessions of sufficient length distributed over time.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 13
    • 14. QUICK REVIEW What principle of Deep and Lasting Learning is reflected in each of these examples? Remembering what I learned in Prior my tennis class, I decided to try Learning using topspin in racquetball. After each class, I organize my notes, creating outlines or graphic Quality of organizers to help me remember Processing the important points. In math, I do at least fifty practice Quantity of problems of each type! ProcessingCopyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 14
    • 15. DEEP AND LASTING LEARNING Following is an anecdote about learning. As you read it, look for application of the three Principles of Deep and Lasting Learning: Prior Learning Quality of Processing Quantity of ProcessingCopyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 15
    • 16. DEEP AND LASTING LEARNING One of the most exciting times of my life was the summer I learned to ride a motorcycle. My friend Dean had a brand new Honda 50. Id previously learned how to operate a clutch and shift gears by driving our tractor on the farm. I paid eager attention to every detail that Dean told me. I had him demonstrate each part of the process and then I practiced each step after he showed me. It took me a little while to get used to operating the clutch and throttle with opposite hands and then shifting gears and using the brake with opposite feet, but I practiced every day for at least an hour. Within a few weeks, I was riding around the pasture, having the thrill of my life!! It was so much more fun than driving an old Ford tractor!Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 16
    • 17. DEEP AND LASTING LEARNING One of the most exciting times of my life was the summer I learned to ride a motorcycle. My friend Dean had a brand new Honda 50. Id previously learned how to operate a clutch and application of prior learning doI What shift gears by driving our tractor on the farm. paid eager attention to every detail that Dean told me. I had him demonstrate each part ofthis story? then I you see in the process and practiced each step after he showed me. It took me a little while to get used to operating the clutch and throttle with opposite hands and then shifting gears and using the brake with opposite feet, but I practiced every day for at least an hour. Within a few weeks, I was riding around the pasture, having the thrill of my life!! It was so much more fun than driving an old Ford tractor!Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 17
    • 18. DEEP AND LASTING LEARNING One of the most exciting times of my life was the summer I learned to ride a motorcycle. My friend Dean had a brand new Honda 50. Id previously learned how to operate a What application of quality processing clutch and shift gears by driving our tractor on the farm. I paid eager attention to every detail that Dean told me. I had him demonstrate eachseeof the process and then I do you part in the story? practiced each step after he showed me. It took me a little while to get used to operating the clutch and throttle with opposite hands and then shifting gears and using the brake with opposite feet, but I practiced every day for at least an hour. Within a few weeks, I was riding around the pasture, having the thrill of my life!! It was so much more fun than driving an old Ford tractor!Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 18
    • 19. DEEP AND LASTING LEARNING One of the most exciting times of my life was the summer I learned to ride a motorcycle. My friend Dean had a brand new Honda 50. Id previously learned how to operate a clutch What application our quantity of and shift gears by driving of tractor on the farm. I paid eager attention to every detail that Dean told me. I had him demonstrate each part of the process and story? processing do you see in the then I practiced each step after he showed me. It took me a little while to get used to operating the clutch and throttle with opposite hands and then shifting gears and using the brake with opposite feet, but I practiced every day for at least an hour. Within a few weeks, I was riding around the pasture, having the thrill of my life!! It was so much more fun than driving an old Ford tractor!Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 19
    • 20. BECOMING AN ACTIVE LEARNER How could you apply the three principles of deep and lasting learning to a course that you are now taking? Be specific.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 20
    • 21. THE CORE LEARNING SYSTEM Imagine this ambitious goal: You decide to produce andanother Broadway show, and Take direct a look at this little story. you plan for it to be a huge hit. So, you collect allhow you naturally you Youll see of your actors, and get everything the four strategies of applied organized—props, costumes, sets, the whole deal. the Core Learning System. Now, you start rehearsals and watch very carefully, evaluating everything—delivery, blocking, lighting. Then, you realize something exciting: "This show is going to be a big hit!"Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 21
    • 22. THE CORE LEARNING SYSTEM Imagine this ambitious goal: You decide to produce and direct a Broadway show, and you plan for it to be a huge hit. So, you collect all of your actors, and you get everything organized—props, costumes, sets, the whole deal. Now, you start rehearsals and watch very carefully, evaluating everything—delivery, blocking, lighting. Then, you realize something exciting: "This show is going to be a big hit!"Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 22
    • 23. BECOMING AN EXPERT 1. Divide into Home Groups of four. 2. Each person choose to become the groups expert for one of the four components of the CORE Learning System: Collect, Organize, Rehearse, Evaluate. 3. Leave your home group and join others who have chosen to become an expert on the same CORE component that you did. 4. Read and discuss with your Expert Group the section in On Course relating to your CORE component. Your goal is to be able to teach it to members of your home group. 5. Return to your Home Group, and each expert teach the others about the CORE component you have been learning.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 23
    • 24. JOURNAL REVIEW This chapter offers five suggestion for creating a meaningful On Course journal. List as many as you can. The next slide provides the answers…Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 24
    • 25. How many suggestions for creating a meaningful On Course journal did you recall? Copy directions. Be spontaneous. Be honest. Be creative. Dive deep! This list is repeated on the inside back cover of On Course.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 25
    • 26. ON COURSE PRINCIPLES AT WORK Identify each of the following as a "Hard Skill" or "Soft Skill." Properly mixing epoxy tooth filling material Hard Skill Identifying bacteria cultures Hard Skill Working well in teams Soft Skill Planning work time in order to get everything done on schedule Soft Skill Effectively applying tax laws to help a client avoid an IRS audit Hard Skill Setting work-related goals Soft SkillCopyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 26
    • 27. APPLYING THE CONCEPT A career specialist once said, “Having hard skills gets you hired; lacking soft skills gets you fired.” In your work experience, what evidence have you seen that supports this statement? Explain what happened.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 27
    • 28. BELIEVING IN YOURSELF: DEVELOP SELF-ACCEPTANCE FOCUS QUESTIONS Why is high self-esteem so important to success? What can you do to raise your self-esteem?Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 28
    • 29. SELF-ESTEEM Psychologist Nathaniel Brandon said, “Self- Esteem is the reputation we have with ourselves.” How do you think the “reputation we have with ourselves” is formed?Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 29
    • 30. ONE STUDENTS STORY: Phyllis Honore What did Phyllis need to accept about herself before she could make positive choices? How did that acceptance help her get on course to her success in college? Choose one key quotation from Phylliss story that provides an insight into being a success in college and in life. Be prepared to explain your choice.Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 30
    • 31. WISE CHOICES IN COLLEGE If you were going to spend a number of years in a foreign country, what would you do to prepare for a great experience? What does this suggest about preparing yourself for a great experience in the strange and mysterious country called "Higher Education?"Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 31
    • 32. REVIEW: THREE PRINCIPLES OF DEEP AND LASTING LEARNING Which principle relates new information to previously learned information? Prior Learning Which principle uses numerous and varied deep processing strategies? Quality of Processing Which principle uses frequent practice sessions of sufficient length distributed over time? Quantity of ProcessingCopyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 32
    • 33. REVIEW: CORE LEARNING SYSTEM List and define each of the four components of the CORE Learning System: • Collect- collect information/skills • Organize- organize information so that it makes sense to you • Rehearse- practice to strengthen neural networks and improve skills • Evaluate- assess the effectiveness of your learningCopyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 33
    • 34. KEY CHOICES FOR GETTING ON COURSE TO YOUR SUCCESS Developing Self- Acceptance Becoming an Active Learner Taking the First Step: Self AssessmentCopyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 34
    • 35. TICKET OUT Which of the eight choices of successful students do you think has the most potential to help you get on course to achieving your desired outcomes and experiences? Why?Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 35
    • 36. End Chapter OneCopyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1 | 36