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“Time Management & Balance in College”. Socratic Seminar #1 Mr. Montgomery – August 31, 2012 FORM ONE SINGLE CIRCLE IN FRONT OF MY DESK, EVERYONE ON THE FLOOR. By PresenterMedia.com. Guidelines & Expectations. What does a Socratic Seminar look like in “College Writing?”

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    1. “Time Management & Balance in College” Socratic Seminar #1 Mr. Montgomery – August 31, 2012 FORM ONE SINGLE CIRCLE IN FRONT OF MY DESK, EVERYONE ON THE FLOOR By PresenterMedia.com

    2. Guidelines & Expectations What does a Socratic Seminar look like in “College Writing?” • A seminar is a genuine discussion. • As the name suggests, a seminar is meant to be a different kind of class (or instructional strategy). The seminar is designed to enable students to explore a text, a problem, an experience; it is not a more conversational form of teacher-led instruction. Rather, it is the students’ opportunity to ask and consider questions and explore each others’ answers. • In short, it becomes the student’s opportunity and responsibility to develop habits and skills that are traditionally reserved for the teacher.

    3. Guidelines & Expectations What does Mr. Montgomery want you to learn to do? • How to discuss an idea or content • Lead a discussion • Listening for insights in the comments of others • Propose alternative paths of conversation • How to help dialogue move beyond superficial but unconnected sharing to sustained & thought provoking dialogue.

    4. Guidelines & Expectations • My Job • A Co – Colleague • Students Job • Students must come to know that their job is different. It is not to sit passively and await instruction or answers, or only to say whatever pops into their mind. Your job is to come to a common and an individual understanding of what something means. In the broadest sense, the goal is to make sense of a question.

    5. DRIVING QUESTION HOW CAN YOU BEST MANAGE YOUR TIME IN COLLEGE & STILL HAVE A BALANCED LIFE?

    6. Article 1: The Life Of A College Student Is Pretty Awesome, Report Reveals  What are the changes you foresee in your time management in college? How will this differ from High School? How does your typical weekday compare with the typical weekday of a college student? Analyze & discuss the ways in which the “typical college student” can use their time more effectively?

    7. Article 2: “From the Seniors: Time Management Tips” What are the strategies that stuck out to you the most? Why? How effective do you think these strategies will be to you when you begin college & why do you think this?

    8. Article 3: Creating Work – Life Balance for College Students Coursework, roommates, extracurriculars, finances, personal relationships Which one of these will present the biggest challenge for you in balancing?

    9. Article 3: Creating Work – Life Balance for College Students Specifically, college calls for a significant transition, where “students experience many firsts, including new lifestyle, friends, roommates, exposure to new cultures and alternate ways of thinking,” according to Hilary Silver, M.S.W., a licensed clinical social worker and mental health expert for Campus Calm. “If students do not feel adequate or prepared to cope with the new environment of a college campus, they could easily become susceptible to depression and anxiety.” WHAT ARE SOME REAL WORLD, PRACTICAL WAYS TO COMBAT THIS?

    10. Article 4: “Simple Steps to Master Your Time” Of the 8 suggestions given, which one’s do you use now? How affective are they? Which tips can you take from this list and utilize in college? How will you utilize it?

    11. DRIVING QUESTION HOW CAN YOU BEST MANAGE YOUR TIME IN COLLEGE & STILL HAVE A BALANCED LIFE?