Metacognitive Strategies

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Metacognitive Strategies by Mind Map: Metacognitive Strategies

1. Chapter 1

1.1. Determination, resolve, goal

1.2. Goal Setting

1.2.1. Identify personal strengths

1.2.2. Ask 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. Timely

2. Chapter 2

2.1. Taking control of your time

2.1.1. Locus of control

2.1.1.1. person's belief on how much they control themselves

2.1.2. Control your schedule

2.1.3. Control internal and external factors

2.2. Using time management tools

2.2.1. Academic calendar

2.2.2. Electronic calendar

2.2.3. Track important due dates

2.3. Distractions

2.3.1. Socializing

2.3.2. Games

2.3.3. Events

3. Chapter 7

3.1. Preparing for class

3.1.1. Attend classes

3.1.1.1. Especially classes at the beginning of the term

3.1.2. Ask for "active" teachers

3.2. Practice behaviors

3.2.1. Listening during class

3.2.2. Taking salutary notes

3.2.3. Contributing to the class

3.3. Note taking

3.3.1. Take notes of your choosing

3.3.1.1. Ex. Cornell

4. Chapter 8

4.1. Studying

4.1.1. Manage enough time for studying

4.2. Memory imporvement

4.2.1. Use different ways to improve

4.2.1.1. Aural

4.2.1.2. Visual

4.2.1.3. Read/Write

4.2.1.4. Kinesthetic

4.3. Ask tutors or friends for help

5. Chapter 9

5.1. Test/Exams

5.1.1. Try to learn as much as you can about the test

5.1.2. Never skip tests

5.2. Prepare yourself

5.2.1. Emotionally

5.2.1.1. Study

5.2.1.2. Take notes

5.2.2. Physically

5.2.2.1. Have about 8 hours of sleep

5.2.2.2. Exercise

5.2.2.3. Have a healthy diet

5.3. Cheating

5.3.1. Never cheat

5.3.2. Try to prepare yourself enough to not cheat

6. Chapter 3

6.1. Emotional Intelligence (EI) in real life

6.1.1. Understand your emotions and feelings to better understand

6.2. Develop EI

6.2.1. Use past exepriences

6.2.2. Try to predict what is going to happen

6.3. Using EI

6.3.1. Learn strengths and weaknesses

6.3.2. Set goals

6.3.3. Formulate a plan

7. Chapter 10

7.1. College Life

7.1.1. Get comfortable

7.1.1.1. Get used to the campus

7.1.1.2. Know the amount of homework you get

7.1.1.3. Get to know the people at the campus

7.1.2. Courses

7.1.2.1. Take required classes early

7.1.3. Writing

7.1.3.1. Prewriting

7.1.3.2. Drafting

7.1.3.3. Revising

8. Chapter 4

8.1. Preferences

8.1.1. Use what you are strong at

8.1.2. Apply strengths to other aspects of life

8.2. Learning Style

8.2.1. Develop study strategies

8.3. Study

8.3.1. Identify the easiest way you get things done

8.3.2. Try to modify it to broaden study range

9. Chapter 11

9.1. Getting used to the college

9.1.1. Bigger campus

9.1.2. More classes

9.1.3. Increased amount of people

9.2. Learn from others

9.2.1. Colleges and universities have a vast range of people

9.2.1.1. Take advantage of that and try to learn as much as you can

9.3. College Students

9.3.1. Understand, appreciate, and embrace diversity

10. Chapter 5

10.1. Imagination/Curiosity

10.1.1. Ask questions

10.1.2. Express yourself at college

10.2. During class

10.2.1. Predict what questions might be on tests

10.2.1.1. Lectures

10.2.1.2. Notes

10.2.1.3. Textbook

10.3. Collaborate

10.3.1. Join Study groups

10.3.2. Ask family members

10.3.3. Get a tutor

11. Chapter 12

11.1. Finance

11.1.1. Get a stable amount of money

11.1.2. Try to refrain from wasting it on something that you don't need

11.2. Work

11.2.1. Decide where and how long you are going to work

11.3. Significant numbers

11.3.1. GPA

11.3.2. Credit Score

12. Chapter 6

12.1. Textbooks

12.1.1. Take them seriously

12.1.2. Provides a lot of material for future tests

12.1.3. Can vary greatly from one another

12.2. Notes

12.2.1. Take notes during class

12.3. Reading

12.3.1. Previewing

12.3.2. MArking

12.3.3. Concentrating

12.3.4. Reviewing