EE111Lect5SuccessfulStudent

EE111Lect5SuccessfulStudent - How to be a Successful...

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How to be a Successful Student* • Introspection and self-discipline • Time management • Taking a course • Homework •E x a m s • Further suggestions * based on: •‘How to Be a Student,’ by Jerome Breitenbach: http://www.ee.calpoly.edu/~jbreiten/htbas.html The Engineering Student Survival Guide, 3 rd ed., by Krista Donaldson
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Introspection and Self-Discipline • Setting your priorities, introspection – Why are you an EE student? – What are your goals in college? – What is it about EE that interests you? • Form habits that enhance learning effectiveness – Go over notes following each class ASAP – Schedule consistent study periods – Maintain a running set of notes for each course
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Time Management Planning Each Quarter • Determine your available time – Part-time work, club and other activities outside of school • Plan a reasonable course schedule – Estimate the required time for each course – Engineering courses require a substantial time commitment • Establish a schedule every quarter – Follow through on your schedule during the quarter – Stay ahead of the class
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• Student attitude – Desire to learn the material – Desire to obtain a good grade • Instructor attitude – Wants students to learn the material – Wants grading to be fair and reflect student knowledge • Learn the material
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