New Student Orientation Resource Book
B. Crossing the Line
F. Pay The Price
IV. Goal Setting
A. Attitudes and Barriers Checklist
B. Planning Your Blueprint
C. Don't Let What You Cannot Do Interfere With What You Can Do
D. Dreams With Deadlines
E. Goal Setting
F. Is It Reasonable?
G. Notes From the Magic Lamp
H. Major Goals
I. Potential Problems & Solutions
J. Your Precious Life
K. Goals and Strategies Worksheet
L. The Purpose of Goals
M. Smart Goals
N. We Choose Our Tomorrows
O. Where Do I Want To Go?
V. Learning Styles
A. Barsch Learning Style Preference Form
B. Behavior Characteristics Identifying Students' Dominant Sensory System
C. Learning Strategies
D. Multiple Intelligences
E. Multiple Intelligence Self-Assessment
F. How Do I Learn?
G. Learning Style Preference
A. A pledge to myself
B. Motivation - What is it?
C. Consider This
D. I Believe in Myself
E. Motivation ..Go ahead, you can do it!
F. Motivation to Learn
H. There is a Winner Inside Each of Us
VII. Student Contract
VIII. Study Skills
A. Before you read ... PREVIEW!
B. A System For Effective Listening and Notetaking
C. Intensive Reading Technique
D. Keys to Taking Good Notes
E. P-R-R: How to Read Your Textbook More Effectively
IX. Test Taking Skills
A. How To Keep Calm During Tests
B. Key Words In Essay Questions
C. Studying For Tests and Test Anxiety
D. Test Taking - Personal Survey
E. When Taking Tests Remember ...
X. Time Management
A. Dost Thou Love Life
B. Effective Time Management
C. Even If You Are On The Right Track
D. Making Up a Living Schedule, Not Just a Study Schedule
E. Monitor\Time Plan
G. Your Time Management Rating
I. Weekly Schedule
XI. Power Point Presentation on New Student Orientation (This is a PowerPoint presentation, you will need Microsoft PowerPoint to view this document.)