Metacognitive Strategies 12/6/17

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1. Chapter 1

1.1. Determination, resolve, goal

1.2. Goal setting

1.2.1. identify personal strengths

1.2.2. tough questions

1.2.3. establish goals for today, this week, and beyond

1.3. SMART goals

1.3.1. specific

1.3.2. measurable

1.3.3. attainable

1.3.4. relevant

1.3.5. time frame

2. Chapter 2

2.1. Managing your time

2.1.1. taking control of your time

2.1.2. memory is not your planner

2.1.3. use an actual planner

2.2. Time management tools

2.2.1. monthly calendars

2.2.2. academic calendars

2.2.3. daily planners

2.3. Dealing with distractions

2.3.1. text messages

2.3.2. lack of sleep

2.3.3. perfectionism

3. Chapter 3

3.1. Emotional Intelligence

3.1.1. used everyday

3.1.2. recognize, understand, use, and manage emotions

3.1.3. emotions have an impact on whether or not someone is successful

3.2. Resilience

3.2.1. look past negative experiences

3.2.2. learn from failure

3.2.3. tough in the face of adversity

3.3. How to improve your emotional intelligence

3.3.1. identify strengths and weaknesses

3.3.2. set realistic goals

3.3.3. formulate a plan

4. Chapter 4

4.1. VARK Learning Styles

4.2. Multiple Intelligences

4.2.1. Howard Gardner

4.2.2. 8 types

4.2.3. developed in 1983

4.3. Learning disabilities

4.3.1. attention disorders

4.3.2. cognitive learning disabilities

4.3.3. dyslexia

5. Chapter 5

5.1. Problem solving in and out of class

5.1.1. to go home or participate in events

5.1.2. how to allocate research and writing time

5.1.3. compromising a lights-out time

5.2. Slow thinkers

5.2.1. use critical thinking skills

5.2.2. examine problems

5.2.3. ask questions

5.3. Critical thinkers

5.3.1. Abraham Lincoln

5.3.2. Martin Luther King Jr

5.3.3. Steve Jobs

6. Chapter 6

6.1. Plan for active reading

6.1.1. preview

6.1.2. mark

6.1.3. read with concentration

6.1.4. reviewing

6.2. previewing

6.2.1. what do I already know?

6.2.2. mapping

6.2.3. outlining or listing

6.3. strategies for marking your textbook

6.3.1. read before you mark

6.3.2. think before you mark

6.3.3. take notes along with marking

7. Chapter 7

7.1. Active learning

7.1.1. talking with others

7.1.2. asking questions

7.1.3. studying in groups

7.2. prepare for class

7.2.1. do assigned reading

7.2.2. pay attention to your syllabus

7.2.3. get organized

7.3. listen critically with an open mind

7.3.1. be ready for the message

7.3.2. listen for new ideas

7.3.3. repeat mentally

8. Chapter 8

8.1. long term memory

8.1.1. procedural memory

8.1.2. semantic memory

8.1.3. episodic memory

8.2. improving your memory

8.2.1. review sheets

8.2.2. mind maps

8.2.3. flash cards

8.3. mnemonics

8.3.1. acronyms

8.3.2. acrostics

8.3.3. rhymes or songs

8.3.4. visualization

9. Chapter 9

9.1. Prepare for test taking

9.1.1. find out about the test

9.1.2. join a study group

9.1.3. get a tutor

9.2. prepare physically

9.2.1. maintain your regular sleep routine

9.2.2. follow your regular exercise program

9.2.3. eat right

9.3. symptoms of test anxiety

9.3.1. headaches

9.3.2. nausea

9.3.3. going blank

10. Chapter 10

10.1. information literacy

10.1.1. computer literacy

10.1.2. media literacy

10.1.3. cultural literacy

10.2. learning to be information literate

10.2.1. know how to find the information you need

10.2.2. learn how to interpret the information you need

10.2.3. have a purpose for collecting the information

10.3. evaluating sources

10.3.1. relevance

10.3.2. authority

10.3.3. bias

11. Chapter 11

11.1. Differences you will encounter in college

11.1.1. age

11.1.2. gender

11.1.3. sexuality

11.2. Seeking diversity in college

11.2.1. study abroad

11.2.2. student-run organizations

11.2.3. special-interest groups

11.3. Overcoming discrimination

11.3.1. raising awareness

11.3.2. fight hate on campus

11.3.3. challenge yourself to experience diversities

12. Chapter 12

12.1. Creating a budget

12.1.1. gather income information

12.1.2. gather expense information

12.1.3. gather information about living expenses

12.2. Cutting costs

12.2.1. needs vs. wants

12.2.2. low-cost transportation

12.2.3. pros/cons of living on campus

12.3. Financia; aid

12.3.1. grants

12.3.2. scholarships

12.3.3. work-study programs