Student Success Did you know? Afsaneh Nahavandi , Ph.D. Associate Dean, University College Applied Learning Technologies Institute Arizona State University Last updated 08-20-07 www.asu.edu/asu101 Definition of Student Success The Basics… Good grades
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Afsaneh Nahavandi, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, University College
Applied Learning Technologies Institute
Arizona State University
Last updated 08-20-07
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Mandatory and usually free
Highly structured environment with many rules
Time structured by others
Teachers and parents remind you of deadlines and priorities
Some homework; limited studying outside of class
Spend a set amount of time in class; 6 hours of a day, 30 hours a week
Set curriculum and limited choices of classes
Voluntary and costs money
Unstructured environment with few rules
Students manage their own time
Students manage deadlines and priorities on their own
Homework and extensive studying outside of class
Variable class times, typically between 12 to 15 hours a week in class
Many choices for students to make up their own schedule with some adviceHow Is College Different from High School?
1 hour in class = 2-3 hours outside of class
Pause narration.Use the schedule grid you have already completed and fill out Time Estimate Grid, available on the course site under Student Success.When you complete the grid, restart narration.
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