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Study Skills. Daniel Cole. Goals. Time-Management Activities School Concentration In class Studying. Background. Activities Clubs Organizations Personal Activities School Concentration Active learner Lecture oriented classes Never had to study. Statement of Work.

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Study skills

Study Skills

Daniel Cole


Goals
Goals

  • Time-Management

    • Activities

    • School

  • Concentration

    • In class

    • Studying


Background
Background

  • Activities

    • Clubs

    • Organizations

    • Personal Activities

    • School

  • Concentration

    • Active learner

    • Lecture oriented classes

    • Never had to study


Statement of work
Statement of Work

  • Time-Management

    • Planner

      • Time organized so none is wasted

      • Quick reference for what needs to be done at a certain time


  • Time-Management

    • Daily to-do list

      • All activities and work that need to be completed written down

      • Checked off as completed


  • Concentration

    • Studying in the Library

      • 6-10 Hours in the Library a week

      • Hours logged and time spent is evaluated



Deliverables
Deliverables

  • Small notebook with hours listed out

  • Small notebook with each day’s checklist

  • Pages with logged hours and comments



Work effort
Work Effort

  • Planner and To-do List

    • 5-10 a day

      • Writing into

      • Referencing

      • Checking off

  • Library

    • 6-10 Hours a week

    • More than that usually


Evaluation criteria
Evaluation Criteria

  • The to-do list was very helpful

  • The library was good to keep me away from distractions, but started becoming a hassle itself at end of semester

  • Planner became a task

    • Did not enjoy it


  • My grades are good, could be slightly better

  • Time managed well for the most part

  • Tasks performed and accomplished

  • Would choose a new task other than the planner if I had to start over

  • The to-do list was the most important and helpful



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