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Exam 1 review

Exam 1 review - STLC 101 Review Exam 1 stages of...

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STLC 101, Review, Exam 1 - stages of self-regulatory ability 1. chaos: lose track of assignments and due dates 2. stability: set rules and stick to them 3. flexibility: behavior can be adjusted to still reach goals 4. mastery: academic flow - time management assumptions 1. start with vision and goals 2. be the managers, not the slaves, of our time 3. focus on clear and truthful prioritization of tasks 4. ask ourselves, what is the best use of my time right now? - self-change project 1. formulate a target behavior 2. collect baseline data 3. design a contract: reinforcement and punishment 4. implement treatment 5. evaluate the project - goals 1. believable 2. realistic 3. desirable 4. measurable - key routines: few powerful behaviors 1. making key routines habitual - flow experienced - organizing text information - how long can students work before they need a break: 50 minutes and 10 minutes break - textbook reading methods - note cards - Note taking methods 1. a main point in a sentence or phrase 2. in our own words 3.
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