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Time Management Day 1 Begin with self-evaluation Identify priorities – can lead to discussion between personal, survival needs, work/family demands, and school requirements. Actual/Planned schedule can be a big help for an objective, revealing examination of time management, but very few complete it. Blank copies of time schedules are online at http://faculty.ccp.edu/dept/learn_lab/ TimeMan.htm Day 2 Another self-assessment Ask students who were present on Day 1 to review their planned/actual schedules The Tri-State Library Cooperative has a website at http://www.tclclibs.org/about_mission These are good places to study. Share locations of other good study locations on campus Pre-registration and course management work sheet shift time management discussion from micro level – what one has to do for a week – to a macro level – what one has to do for a year or more.
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Reading Textbook Day 1 Focus on PQ and the first R PQ3R cardboard stock is meant to be a handy reference Previewing is difficult with the distraction of text, so the sample textbook section does not contain any meaningful text. Try to have students realize that they can get a lot of information from a quick preview, also known as a survey, and
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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