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Chapter four mastering self management

Chapter FOUR:Mastering Self-Management

Quiz,


Homework

Homework

Note: No late assignments will be accepted.


Quiz time

Quiz Time


Mastering self management

Mastering Self-Management


Acting on purpose

Acting on Purpose

  • Quadrant II Time Management System

    • Prioritize importance and urgency

  • Creators

    • “Do important actions first, before they become urgent”


Quadrant ii time management system

Quadrant II Time Management System

Letting friends talk you into driving them to a late-night pizza party when you are 90 pages behind in biology

Creating a detailed study plan for the two weeks before final exams

Spending three hours on Facebook when you have a major math test in two days

Starting research for a 10-page history term paper the night before it is due


Quadrant ii time management system1

Quadrant II Time Management System

Studying every night so you'll always be ready for quizzes

Staying up till three a.m. playing video games

Spending three hours taking a friend to the mall so she can buy a new Blackberry

Staying up all night to cram for a test the next day


Monthly calendar page 113

Monthly Calendar (page 113)

  • Provides a list of important actions that can be done only one particular time

    • Dentist appointment

    • Test

    • Field trip

    • Counselor appointment

      Using technology

  • PDA, Smart Phones, Online Calendars


Next actions list page 114

Next Actions List (page 114)

  • Provides a list of important actions that need to be done as soon as possible

  • Requires

    • Life Role: COUN 2 Student

    • Goal: Grade A

    • List of “actions” that is required

      • Attend class on time (Tue. & Thur.)

      • Read Chapter 5 by Monday

      • Do journal 12, 13 and 18 by Monday

      • Study 2 hours for midterm for next Thursday

      • Schedule appointment with counselor for Educational Plan by Friday


Tracking form page 115

Tracking Form (page 115)

  • Provides a list of important actions that need to be done numerous times to achieve a goal

  • Requires

    • Role: COUN 2 Student

    • Dream: Grade A

    • Long Term Goal: History Teacher

    • Short Term Goal:

      • Student Services Presentation

      • Educational Plan

      • Personal Philosophy of Success Essay

    • Read textbook (dates)

    • Say Affirmation (dates)


Time management

Time Management

  • Full time Vs. Part time Student

    • What is a unit?

    • How many unit(s) do you need?

    • School load Vs. Work load?

    • Probation?

      What is Academic & Progress Probation?


Academic progress probation

Academic & Progress Probation

Academic Probation:

  • Attempted 12 units

  • Cumulated below a 2.0 GPA

    Progress Probation:

  • Attempted 12 units

  • Cumulated more than 50% of all units which the student have earned “W”, “I” and “NP”.

  • Probation 1: occurs at the end of the first semester

  • Probation 2: occurs at the end of the second consecutive semester

  • Probation 3: occurs after the third consecutive semester

  • Dismissal


Recommended study time

Recommended Study Time

Simple Rule:

  • For every one hour of classroom time, allow two hours for homework, study time, projects and other assignment pertaining to class

3 unit course (regular term)

3 hours of class time/wk

+6 hours of homework/wk

=9 hours total/wk

Full time student = 12 units or 36 total hours


Homework1

Homework

  • Journal 12 – page 106

  • Journal 13 – page 112

  • Journal 15 – page 127

  • Read Wise Choices in College

    • Organizing Study Materials – page 130

  • Journals for 5th edition only:

  • 11, 12, 14


Study guide

Study Guide

  • Quadrant II Time Management System

  • Self-Management Tools

    • Next Action List

    • Tracking Form

    • Monthly Calendar


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