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  1. POWER LEARNING COL 103 Chapter 1 Professor Jackie Kroening 864-646-1430 864-646-1425 (PSY office) www.lifetour.com Ver. 2.3

  2. Group Exercise • Complete “Try It!” on page 4 of text • Get into groups of three or four • Share with group your answers and why • Group check out (select a person in your group to summarize groups answers. • You have 15 min. for this exercise Ver. 2.3

  3. Ver. 2.3

  4. Why Go to College • Think and Communicate Better • Advance knowledge and technology in changing world • Adapt to new situations • Live in world of diversity • Civic engagement • Learning is a lifelong habit • Contribute to the community and world Ver. 2.3

  5. P.O.W.E.RThe Five Key Steps to Achieving Success repare P O rganize ork W valuate E R ethink Ver. 2.3

  6. repare P Planning • What is your destination? • How do I get there? • When do I reach my destination? • Contingency plan (trouble along the way) Ver. 2.3

  7. Planning • Set both long-term and short-term goals • Long-term Major accomplishments • Short-term Limited steps to the long-term goal Ver. 2.3

  8. Setting Goals • Recognize and know who yourself (Ch. 3) • Make goals realistic and attainable • State goals in terms of behavior that can be measured • Goals involve behavior you have control over • Take ownership of goals • Identify how short-term fit with long-term Ver. 2.3

  9. O rganize Learning is to organize the tools you need to accomplish your goals Two types: • Physical aspects – pens, paper, books, calculator, computer, software, printer • Intellectual tools – basic skills, theories, models, pre-requirement Ver. 2.3

  10. ork W • Preparation and organization will make work seem easier • Getting down to work has many factors: • Out of our control • The car breaks down • Power outages • Family emergency and/or commitments • In our control • Time management • Motivation to work Ver. 2.3

  11. Motivation The inner power and psychological energy that directs and fuels behavior All of us are motivated. The key to success in and out of the classroom is to tap into, harness, and direct that motivation “Effort is the cause of success” Ver. 2.3

  12. Motivation • Take responsibility for your failures and successes • Think Positive • Accept that you can’t control everything Ver. 2.3

  13. valuate E • Take time to congratulate yourself • Compare what you have accomplished with your plan and goals • Evaluate your accomplishments by being a third observer (remove self bias) • Evaluate your work as your instructor sees it. • Be fair to yourself • Based on your evaluation, revise your work Ver. 2.3

  14. R ethink • Critical Thinking • Reanalyzing • Questioning • Challenging underlying assumptions Ver. 2.3

  15. Completing the Process • Know that there’s always another day • Realize that deciding when to stop work is often as hard as getting started Ver. 2.3