Too many students fall short of their academic potential due to poor or undeveloped study practices. In this course, students will learn to improve their study techniques by honing skills and developing strategies in areas such as reading, note-taking, concept-mapping, test-taking, goal-setting, and critical thinking. Students will also be coached on self-motivation strategies to help foster intrinsic motivation. The implementation of these strategies can provide capable-but-underachieving students with the academic success that has been eluding them. For grades 9-12.
One of the biggest transitions in life is from High School to College – not being ready and not understanding the transitions are what lead many students to dropout during their freshman year. Learn strategies for guiding students through this transition. For parents, students, counselors.
Students will tap into their natural learning abilities and experience how to take control of their learning. Practical study techniques such as anti-procrastination skills, test-taking skills, reading strategies, note-taking strategies, concept mapping, goal setting, and critical thinking will be explored. For entering college freshman.
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