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  1. 1. Keysto StudentSuccess<br />Made by Stephanie<br />
  2. 2. Web Advisor and Student Email<br />Web Advisor is critical to your success as a student. <br />Here you can have access to any information you need<br />Using your student email lets you stay in contact with teachers and students.<br />Also using Google Docs allows you to send papers, and presentations without added attachments. <br />
  3. 3. The learning cycle<br />Prepare<br />make sure you have a positive attitude<br />Review prior class / learning session take-away points<br />Look over the tentative schedule of activities in the course syllabus<br />Arrive early <br />Sit near the front where you can hear and make eye contact<br />Trigger<br />Think about this within the context of your own preferred learning style. <br />What changes can you make so that you are absorbing new material as triggering events leading toward meaningful learning? <br />How will you identify ideas that trigger your own learning? <br />What do you plan to do to move from "absorbing" information to triggering learning events?<br />
  4. 4. The learning cycle<br />Integration<br />understand the new concepts to the extent that you can teach them to someone else<br />be the best student you can be<br />build your own explanations and examples from new ideas and experiences<br />record what I have learned and how I went about learning it<br />Self assess my understanding against the learning objectives<br />Explore<br />capture the new ideas<br />explore the information from a variety of sources and perspectives.<br />find ways to brainstorm<br />break the habit of passivity <br />
  5. 5. The learning cycle<br />Resolution<br />Apply what you have learned in your everyday life<br />Once you have reached the resolution learning phase of a triggering event, you will be ready to get ready for the next triggering event, which builds on the first<br />And THAT is how you learn!<br />
  6. 6. Brain Rules<br />Exercise<br />The human brain evolved too<br />Every brain is wired differently<br />Pay Attention<br />Remember to repeat<br />Sleep Well, Think Well<br />Stressed brains don’t learn well<br />Vision trumps all other senses<br />Male and female brains are different<br />We are powerful and natural explorers<br />Stimulate the senses<br />
  7. 7. 4s=mfour steps equal mastery<br />Read for ideas, and highlights<br />Retrace your steps, skimming, looking for key points<br />Write a summary of what you just read<br />
  8. 8. m.u.r.d.e.r<br />Mood Get into a good mood.<br />Understand Make notes of things that puzzle you<br />Recall Put it in your own words<br />Digest Reconsider information, ask for help<br />Expand Criticize, What changes would you make? Make others understand it too. <br />Review Go over it until you master it.<br />
  9. 9. The keys to student success<br />Lies in your hands<br />Take care of yourself<br />Eat right<br />Stay healthy<br />But most of all, do your best!!!<br />

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