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The Seven Habits of Highly Successful Students. Russell Conwell Center Math Science Upward Bound. To receive credit for this please print and complete the last slide of this PowerPoint and submit it to your coordinator. Habit # 1: Be proactive. Take charge of your learning experience.

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The Seven Habits

of Highly Successful

Students

Russell Conwell Center

Math Science Upward Bound

To receive credit for this please print and complete the last slide of this PowerPoint and submit it to your coordinator

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Habit # 1:

Be proactive.

  • Take charge of your learning experience.
  • Use all the tools and resources available
  • to you.
  • Start now; don’t wait untill it’s too late.
  • Ask for what you need.
  • Advocate for yourself.
  • Talk to you’re Advisor/Counselor.
  • Get a tutor.
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Habit # 2:

Begin with the end in mind.

  • Investigate career options now!!
  • Review:
    • Job listings
    • Professional publications
  • Consult with:
    • Guidance Counselor
    • People working in the field
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Habit # 3:

Put first things first.

  • Identify goals and obligations.
  • Separate long term from short term goals.
  • Set priorities and revisit them.
  • Use a time management plan.
  • First, be clear with yourself
  • about your own needs.
  • Then consider what others
  • expect of you.
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Habit # 4:

Don’t Compete.

  • Avoid adversarial relationships
  • with professors and peers.
  • Seek teamwork and teambuilding
  • opportunities.
  • View grades as constructive feedback.
  • See tests as opportunities to show
  • the professor what you know and to find out what you need to learn.
  • Focus on repairing (not comparing)
  • your performance.
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Habit #5:

Communicate well.

  • Be quiet.
  • Maintain comfortable eye contact.
  • Display openness.
  • Send acknowledgements.
  • Give back understanding.
  • Pay attention to non-verbal cues.
  • Listen for requests and intentions.
  • Make sure you understand your own needs first!
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Habit #6:

Join a diverse learning community.

  • Volunteer.
  • Take a course that requires
  • service learning.
  • Be an intern.
  • Join a student organization.
  • Be a research assistant.
  • Seek real life learning experiences.
  • Value differences and build upon them.
  • Get to know someone whose
  • cultural background is different
  • from yours.
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Habit #7:

Sharpen the saw.

Take care of your health,

both physically and emotionally.

Learn to relax, practice moderation,

and balance your life.

Sleep, eat well, and give yourself time

to enjoy friends and family.

You are your most important resource!

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IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THIS WORKSHOP, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING WORKSHEET AND TURN IT INTO YOUR COORDINATOR

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Student Name________________________

Seven Habits of Successful Student Work Sheet

Please answer questions in full sentences.

  • Which seven habits do you currently practice? Which habits do you not practice?
  • Pick one of the habits you selected above and explain how you put it into use.
  • Of the habits that you do not currently practice, state which is the most difficult for you and why.
  • Pick two of the study habits and describe how you use them in an everyday situation. For example, doing a project for school, participating on a team, working at your job, etc. Use a different situation for each habit.
  • 1)
  • 2)