Eight Skills a Student Needs for Homework

Eight Skills a Student Needs for Homework - E ight Skills a...

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Eight Skills a Student Needs for Homework The obvious aim of college assignments is to provide you with an opportunity to learn, practice, and strengthen academic skills. By devoting adequate time to homework and studying, you stand a better chance of acquiring the needed knowledge. But assignments are important for other reasons. They can and should be a character-building experience. Managed properly, you have an appreciation for its “hidden values.” Homework can help you become equipped with certain essential emotional and behavioral sills that will serve you in your career. 1. AUTONOMY: To be self-governing; to stand on your own two feet. Homework reflects the same duties that an employer would put on an employee. It challenges you to access your own resources to get the task done. The manner in which this golden opportunity is managed will either enhance or obstruct your progress toward independence. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course ACAD ACAD110 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at University of Findlay.

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