Grades 9th to 12th+
Strategies that empower students to become active, responsible learners, improving student academic success and retention.
On Course textbook and success strategies is used in classes at more than 500 colleges and university in the United States and Canada, helping to empower more than 100,000 students each year.
Since 1996, more than 45,000 college and university educators have attended On Course Professional development events. Susanne attended the Introductory Workshop in Dallas and Comprehensive Workshop in Boston and has taught this course at Eastfield College. Check out what colleges and universities are saying. http://oncourseworkshop.com/evidence/institutional-studies/
The desired outcome is great student engagement, improved academic success, and increased retention
Journaling your way
Responsible Thinking, Personal Goal Setting,
Improving Study Skills, Soft Skills!
Read 15-20 pages per week on the first topics with accompanying journaling exercises.
Developing Self-Acceptance & Accepting Personal Responsibility
*EFFECTIVE COLLEGE STRATEGIES
The Language of Responsibility
Choosing to Let Go
The Curse of Stinkin’ Thinkin’
Creating Inner Motivation
Desired Personal Qualities
Choosing Actions to Stay On Course
Focus & Persistence
*EFFECTIVE MONEY MANAGEMENT
We will only have time to cover half of this semester-long course over the summer. (Second half will be available in fall or summer 2017 upon request)
Recognizing When You’re Off Course
Identifying Self-defeating Patterns
Three Success Rules
Adopting Lifelong Learning
Learning to Make Course Corrections
Lessons from Life
EQ–Developing Emotional Intelligence
Healthy Stress Reduction
The Flow of Work & Play
*EFFECTIVE TEST TAKING
On Course: Strategies for Creating Success in College and in Life, 2013, by Skip Downing ISBN 1133309739 (Find used at Amazon or bookfinders.com. Just plug in ISBN)
Journal or Composition book, pen, highlighters
Time: 9:00 to 11:00