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Lecture 1. Particulars. Jusni Nasirun www.jusni.com jusni@ipda.edu.my 04-9182340. Prior Knowledge. Basic Command of English Basic use of computers Know how to use the internet Borrow books. References. OUM1103 Module Other references As list at the back of the module

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particulars
Particulars
  • Jusni Nasirun
    • www.jusni.com
    • jusni@ipda.edu.my
    • 04-9182340
prior knowledge
Prior Knowledge
  • Basic Command of English
  • Basic use of computers
  • Know how to use the internet
  • Borrow books
references
References
  • OUM1103 Module
  • Other references
    • As list at the back of the module
  • Suggested websites from time to time
  • Electronic Collection
    • E-brary
    • Ebsco host
topic 1

Topic 1

Managing Your Learning

oum learning s environment
OUM Learning’s Environment
  • Self Managed Learning
    • Ability to make effective use of new technology
    • Quality learning
    • Improve employability
    • Preparation for lifelong learning
  • F2F Interaction (Actual Classroom)
  • OL Methodologies (Virtual Classroom)
    • Email, discussion forum, chat rooms.
independent learner
Independent learner
  • Able to do your own thinking
  • Study independently or grouping
  • Techniques:
    • Planning and managing the smart way
    • Applying smart time management
    • Motivation yourself
    • Developing learning strategies
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Maximizing OUM Learning Facilities

F2F

Learner service

center

Information

resources

Online discussion forum

what is stress
What is Stress??
  • forces from the outside world affecting the individual.
  • All living creatures are in a constant interchange with their surroundings
emotional cognitive symptoms
Emotional/cognitive symptoms
  • Feeling irritable/frusrated/restless
  • Unable to concentrate
  • Easily confused
  • Having memory problems
  • Negative thinking/negative self talk
  • Mood swings/emotional outburst
  • Lack sense of humor/feeling upset
  • Eating too much/when not hungry
physical symptoms
Physical symptoms
  • Muscle tension
  • Low back pain
  • Pain in chest/shoulders/neck
  • Pounding/racing heart
  • Swealty palms/ sweat although not active
  • Shortness of breath
  • Unable to sleep/excessive sleep
strategies for managing stress
Strategies for managing stress
  • Take action to organize yourself
  • Control your environment
  • Give yourself positive feedback
  • Reward yourself/ Learn to enjoy yourself
  • Exercise your body
  • Relax/Rest
  • Be aware of yourself
  • Eat a balanced diet
coping with everyday study problems
Coping with everyday study problems
  • Recognize your own resources
  • You do not have to cope alone
  • Be realistic
  • You cannot achieve absolute control
  • Learn to accept failure
anxiety
Anxiety
  • Anxious when you are about to face an examination
  • Time to hand in assignment
  • Might not perform well in task
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Situational

Anticipatory

ANXIETY

goal setting
Goal setting
  • Goals : thing that u want to achieve as your pursue a certain course action
  • It helps motivate to do the work.
  • Motivate your attend classes
  • Motivate to study for examination.
characteristic of effective goals
Characteristic of effective goals
  • Self chosen
  • Relevant
  • Challenging
  • Realistic/ attainable
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Time bounded
  • Positive
  • Written
smart
SMART

Specific

Measurable

Attainable

Relevant to personal mission

Time Bounded (target date)

motivational strategies for successful learning
Motivational Strategies for Successful Learning

Set Challenging but realistic goals

Break down the bigger task at hand

Maintain a positive attitude

Aim for higher peaks

Use active learning strategies

Learn from mistakes

Monitor your learning

time management

Time Management

The way how to schedule your time

time management benefit
Time management Benefit

Plan ahead

Evaluate your progress

Spend more productive time

Take control of your own activity

Prioritize by listing most important thing to do first

Avoid time conflict

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How??
  • Analyse your use of time
  • Set priority
  • Plan schedule
concentration strategies for better learning
Concentration strategies for better learning

Learning time management help u

prepare for now and future

Develop good habit and skills

You should make an effort to learn and apply techniques for effective time management

causes for poor concentration
Causes for poor concentration

Environmental distraction

Noise

Physical distraction

Boredom dislike interest

Anxiety about studies

Intimidating study tasks

Daydreaming

Personal worries

strategies for improving concentration
Strategies for improving concentration

Identify the causes of poor concentration

Take steps to control these factors

Make your control habitual

conducive study area for improving concentration
Conducive study area for improving concentration

The right space to call the study place

Comfortable furniture and lighting

The ability to stay organised

personal learning styles

Avoid Problematic

situations

Personal Learning Styles

Self

Managed

Learners

Target areas need

Improvement

active and reflective learners
Retain& understand best by doing something active with it (discuss/ apply/ explain to others)

Lets try it out and see how it works

Prefers to think about it quietly first.

Lets think it through first

Active and Reflective Learners
active and reflective learners1
Suggestion:

Study in group, take turns explaining different topics

Suggestion:

Don’t simply read or memorize.

Stop periodically to review what u ve read and to think possible questions or applications.

Write short summaries of what u read with your own words.

Active and Reflective Learners
sensing and intuitive learners
Tend to like learning facts

Like to solve problems using well established methods

Dislike complications and surprises.

More practical and careful

Don’t like courses that have no apparent connection to real world

Prefer discovering possibilities and relationships

Like innovation

Dislike repetition

Work faster and more innovative

Don’t like courses that involve lot of memorization and routine calculations

Sensing and Intuitive Learners
visual and verbal learners
Remember best what they see (pictures, diagrams, flow charts, time lines, film and demonstrations

Get more on words written and spoken explanations

Visual and verbal learners
sequential and global learners
Gain understanding in linear steps

Tend to follow logical stepwise paths in finding solutions

Tend to learn in large jumps, absorbing material almost randomly

Able to solve complex problems quickly but may have problem in explaining it

Sequential and Global Learners
check your learning styles

Check your Learning Styles

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OUMH1103 Module

ils scoring sheet

ILS Scoring Sheet

?? Be honest