The Confident Student by Carol C. Kanar

By Carol C. Kanar

THE convinced pupil, 7th variation, presents sensible and instantly appropriate abilities and critical-thinking options by means of emphasizing self-discovery, self-management, and self-assessment, with an underlying topic of aiding first-year scholars to be extra convinced of their method of studying. THE convinced STUDENT's middle values of person accountability and self belief via accomplishment stay at its vanguard through exhibiting scholars they could be triumphant by way of using themselves. The 7th version will pay specific realization to state-of-the-art scholar variety, not just of their backgrounds but additionally within the methods they examine. a few examine top by way of examining, a few are extra visually orientated, and a few examine most sensible via perform and review. The conversational writing kind coupled with the diversity of concepts and workouts complements the adventure scholars take to changing into extra profitable in university and lifestyles

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What ethnic, racial, international, or other kinds of groups are represented? What percentage of the students, faculty, administration, and staff does each group comprise? 2. What courses that address diversity issues are offered? 3. Is diversity mentioned in your college’s mission statement? If so, how? 4. What college policies or procedures are designed to meet the needs of a diverse student population? 5. To what extent does your college promote interaction among students from diverse backgrounds?

A B C Check definitely true (column A, 3 points), somewhat true (column B, 2 points), or not at all true (column C, 1 point) to explain how each statement applies to you. 1. I already think of myself as a confident student. 2. I have selected a major, and I have a career goal in mind. 3. I know what an academic support group is, and I use one. 4. I use email and other technology to enhance learning and study. 5. I embrace diversity and respect others’ values that differ from my own. 6. I know what services my college offers and where to find them.

The LGBTA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Alliance) is active on some campuses and provides a meeting place for these students. Any student can choose success. No matter what your age or background is and no matter what your academic performance has been, college offers a new beginning. Every chapter in this book contains strategies that will help you build the confidence and skills needed to achieve your goals. Diversity also refers to ideas as well as to people. One of the reasons for attending college is to broaden your perspective by exposing you to new ideas as well as to new people.

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