What lessons about yourself as a learner did you

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What “lessons” about yourself as a learner did you learn in school atelementary, junior high and high school levels (the good ones and thenot so good ones)?What sort of attitude and motivation do you feel for continuing yourstudies?What are your current hopes and concerns about being in college?What are your specific academic goals for this semester?What are some potential barriers to achieving what you want incollege?How committed are you to achieving that goal?What specific behaviors demonstrate your level of commitment inaction?How positive and confident are you about creating that outcome?Discuss what you have learned from the various exercises and self-assessment we have covered in this class so far (FOCUS2, learningstyles, Writing Assessment, Goals Assessment, Core Values, Time Log,etc.).Be specific and detailed supporting your statements with references tosources.What are your key strengths and limitations as a learner?What are your preferred learning modalities and contexts?Which strategies are you applying to support and expand your learningpreferences?What changes are you making in your study practices to increase yourlearning?4. Describe how taking this course can help you achieve your goals.What is the most helpful thing you have learned in this course andwhy?What are you willing to do to succeed in this course and in school? (Bespecific)Behavior Change Project aka Self-Change ProjectThis is a 4-week experimental research on behavior modification. Creating positive changerequires clarity, commitment, attention, effort, and persistence. A well-developed goal andstrategic planfor personal learning and change can turn your intentions into actions andtransform your excitement, energy, and dreams into realities. The following steps can assist youin creating the outlines of a plan for change. The questions provide prompts to consider in orderto thoroughly explore each step. You may discover other key issues to examine depending onyour particular goal. If you want to create a more bright future, then plan well, follow through
thoroughly, and monitor your progress regularly so that you can achieve your goal.No one elsecan or will do it for you!Change= growthStep One: Brainstorm and identify an outcome you would like to achieve.You learned about yourself when you did the Time Monitor project. You wrote a draft of aSMART GOAL.What are some specific changes you need to make in your learning or your academic life?What things do you want to begin doing in order to increase your success in these areas?What behaviors would you like to reduce in order to improve in these areas?Whichone or twoof these target behaviors do you want to work on nowand why?

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