10732 week three wi2010-accepting personal responsibility

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10732 week three wi2010-accepting personal responsibility

  1. 1. Accepting Personal Responsibility/Discovering Self-Motivation COM101 Winter 2009
  2. 2. Review ► Journal4: Victim vs. Creator Language ► Contract for Educational Progress
  3. 3. What would you do with $5295.00? ► 20 credits that didn’t go towards my degree ► Week 2: Getting on Course to your Success/Learning College Customs  Importance of Academic Advising
  4. 4. Activity: Popson’s Dilemma ► Popcorn Reading ► Which professor gave the best advice on how to motivate students?
  5. 5. ► Assante: Relate to work world ► Buckley: Let them add their own choices ► Chang: Use service learning ► Donnelly: Focus on grades ► Egret: Focus on teamwork ► Fanning: Assign a challenge ► Gonzales: Engage students-active learning ► Harvey: Just do the best you can
  6. 6. Students’ Motivation toward Learning ► Whatreasons do you have for completing educational tasks?  Mastery: pursue tasks to develop and improve your abilities (because you want to learn)  Performance-approach: pursue tasks because you are concerned about demonstrating your ability (because you want to show that you know)  Performance-avoidance: pursue tasks to hide lack of ability (because you don’t want to look like you don’t know)
  7. 7. Which statement best describes your approach toward learning (prior to this semester)? ►I want to learn as much as possible in college ► It is important to me to do better than the other students ► I hope I don’t do badly in college
  8. 8. Which statement best describes your approach toward learning (prior to this semester)? ►I want to learn as much as possible in college (Mastery-goal) ► It is important to me to do better than the other students (Performance-approach goals) ► I hope I don’t do badly in college (Performance-avoidance goals)
  9. 9. Effective Reading & Notetaking ► SQ3R ► Cornell Notetaking Method
  10. 10. Cornell Notetaking Method- James Madison University
  11. 11. CLAW Workshops

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