* Question Three: What happened? What were the results? How did you feel after? * Question Four: Describe one situation that you are facing as a college student that requires willpower and explain how you will use your willpower to achieve academic success. The links to the video and article recommend very specific ways to use willpower.
Describe to the student why plagiarism is dishonest, and what other types of behavior constitute academic dishonesty. Discussion Questions – Main Forum Think about an author whose work was plagiarized by a student. Why would that author consider plagiarism to be a grave offense? (Due Day 2) _Week _Five Goal Setting Develop educational and career goals. Course Assignments Identify two of your long-term education, career, or personal goals.
Firstly, my motivations and expectations for enrolling in the TEP001 Study Skills unit at the start of the semester were to acquire and develop effective study skills and strategies that would help me to become a confident active independent learner. I felt that if I could learn these valuable key study skills I would then have a platform and framework that would not only assist me in completing my other TEP1 subjects but it would also increase the possibility of me going on to further studies and maybe eventually enter a degree program. Cottrell (2008) explains “a skill is a learned activity, something that can be developed through practice”. This brings me to the first key study skill outlined in my thesis statement, Goal Setting. I realized that it was crucial for me to be crystal clear about why I wanted to study and what my study goals were and also how I was going to achieve them.
The faculty will push back because the changes will require additional work to design new lesson plans. Students will push back because the proposed changes will require additional work on their part as well as purchasing a new textbook. For this assignment, you will first determine your own leadership style, then changes to the faculty. Determine the best ways to communicate the needed. Introduction As educators we are always trying to find ways to ensure the academic success of our students.
To be successful in college you should self discipline, have fun with learning and studying, and be an over achiever. Self discipline according to thefreedictionary.com is having the training and control of oneself and one's conduct, usually for personal improvement. With school the way I have self discipline is when I finish an assignment I give myself a reward for finishing it, and when I don’t finish it I take something that I like or like to do away until I finish the assignment. Having self discipline not only helps you do better in school it also helps you do better in life. You won’t only use self discipline in school but you might also use it at your job or with housework.
I want to be an educator because I want to take the same time that my teachers did with me to help educate someone else to better their future. Without the proper college education, which is a college education, I cannot fulfill my dream of making a
Access the GCU eLibrary and locate five peer-reviewed articles on the effectiveness and usefulness of the juvenile justice system. Refer to the resource, “Preparing Annotated Bibliographies,” located in the Student Success Center, for additional guidance on completing this assignment in the appropriate style, referring to the indicative annotation protocol. Submit the assignment to the instructor for feedback on the quality of the sources selected. Use this feedback to revise your search for articles to use in the essay assignment in Module 6. . Week4 Write an essay of 750 to 1,000
I am hoping to attend New Hampton School for a few reasons; to learn the responsibility I'll need to manage a successful adult life, for the comfort and support it seems to provide, and for an academically challenging end for my high school career. After reading New Hampton's literature and speaking with my educational consultant, I believe that New Hampton is the perfect school to help me develop emotionally, and spiritually. I am drawn to the "hands-off attitude that the school promotes. Personally, I could benefit greatly from having the chance to use my own internal motivation to guide me through out life instead of having people tell me exactly what I need to do and how I need to do it. This being my senior year is a very important learning experience for me, and by letting me control my own circumstances and out comes at New Hampton I will probably learn and grow more than ever before.
Setting Goals By really thinking of what you want to get out of your time at school, you can narrow down what you need to work on and set some goals for yourself. Thinking about what you want to do, however, is not going to be enough. It helps to talk about your goals with others that understand and writing down your plans will help you see them more clearly. It isn’t just a student who should want to succeed academically. The institution itself should do everything in their power to take sure that the student succeeds and give them the tools they need to do so.
People spend their lives preparing to live; life is all about being prepared. Young people attend school to prepare them for the next stage in their life. Pre-School prepares toddlers for elementary school, elementary prepares children for High school, and High school prepares young adults for the work force or college. School is designed to prepare people for the next stage of their lives, I think of it as practice. I am in college to prepare for a career and not a job, my education is the difference between being happy with my work and working to live, as of now I am not fulfilling my duties as a student.