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Running head:STRATEGIES FOR COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS1Presentation Script: Strategies for college student self-motivation, time management, andlearning strategiesFurman LeopardUoPeople BUS1101 Instructor
Strategies for College Student Success2Slide 1: IntroductionThe following presentation is designed to promote strategies for college success gleaned fromeffective time management skills, learning abilities, and self-management endeavors comprisingof; an overview of research on each strategy’s topic along with a discussion of six strategies foraccomplishing your academic goals.Note: The following strategies highlighted in this presentation are built on Kanar’s (2016)work;The Confident Student:Strategy Topic 1: Self-Motivation;Motivation is the incentive or desire thatprompts you to act. Confident students are self-motivated. They know what theywant and will strive to accomplish their goals (Kanar, 2014, pp. 29-30).Strategy 2: Time Management;Confident students are self-managed. They havethe self-discipline to prioritize task and meet obligations.(Kanar, 2014, p.127)Strategy 3: Learning Strategies;Seize the initiative, exercise outsight, generatesmall wins, learn from experience (Kouzes & Posner, 2017, pp.147, 158, 172,180)Research has found that self-management derived from self-efficacy and motivation,along with salient time-management skills, and effective learning strategies; doesproduce academic success that includes higher grades and GPA (List & Nadasen, 2017),(Panek, 2014), (Weisskirch, 2018). Therefore, the following presentation is designed tohelp you (the college student) to achieve success and reduce stress; resulting in healthieremotional, psychological, and spiritual resilience.Slide 2: Why self-management| Research says…
Strategies for College Student Success3Considering the evidence presented here on this slide; the good news is that it has been foundthat students move between a continuum of internal and external motivational influences (Kanar,2014). Those who are motivated internally have a higher degree of success while those who aremore externally motivated do not view themselves as having the ability to effect grades as theyperceive external factors that they cannot control at work in this effort (Kanar, 2014). Hence,stragies that move the bar closer toward internal motivation for the purpose of self-efficacysubsequently promote acadmic success. While good grades may be an effective motivationalfactor, alone it cannot move the motivational needle closer to internal factors. Rather, it is self-motion that has produced the good grades that further perpetuates your internal motivation toachieve the same results. Namely, you are in control of effectively achieving good grades thatconsequently produces the same results knowing it is your efforts that have achieved the result tobegin with. Therefore, lets now explore self-management strategies that promote self-motivation.

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