Academic Behaviors for Student Achievement
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Academic Behaviors for Student Achievement Academic Behaviors for Student Achievement Presentation Transcript

  • Can Noncognitive Factors Improve Student Learning and Student Achievement?
  • Learning Goals: 1. Know that noncognitive factors contribute to student achievement. 2. Develop and strengthen noncognitive behaviors to improve student achievement. 3. Each day, use one of the five noncognitive factors with your teaching.
  • Five Noncognitive Factors 1. Academic Behaviors 2. Academic Perseverance 3. Academic Mindset 4. Learning Strategies 5. Social Skills
  • Academic Behaviors 1. Going to Class (Attendance) 2. Participating & Paying Attention (Engaged Learning) 3. Organizing Materials & Managing Time (1 to 2 hours of homework/studying daily) 4. Doing Homework 5. Studying 6. Tutoring from Teacher or NHS Student or Outside Tutor
  • Academic Perseverance 1. Grit and Tenacity 2. Delayed Gratification 3. Self-Discipline 4. Self-Control
  • Academic Mindset 1. I belong in this academic community. 2. My ability and confidence grow with my effort. 3. I can succeed at this time. 4. This work has value for me.
  • Social Skills 1. Interpersonal Skills 2. Empathy, Cooperation 3. Assertion 4. Responsibility
  • Learning Strategies 1. Study Skills 2. Meta-Cognitive Strategies 3. Self-Regulated Learning 4. Goal Setting 5. Time Management
  • Five Noncognitive Factors 1. Academic Behaviors 2. Academic Perseverance 3. Academic Mindsets 4. Learning Strategies 5. Social Skills