Many people, like me, enjoy different presentation styles — based on tonality, energy, story-telling, etc. I have my favorites, and then there are presenters that put me to sleep. So, if you’re someone who not only has to listen to a presentation but also engage in meetings with foreigners who speak monotone….how can you cope? Well, that’s today’s discussion. Tune in!
The study skills element of this course has provided opportunities to…
- develop an understanding of concepts and skills important for the learning process.
- reflect on your own learning development.
- build your group-work skills.
- develop your planning, prioritization, and self-evaluation skills.
Study skills will remain important throughout your academic and professional life. Success in these domains involves reflecting on the strengths of your knowledge and skills in particular areas relating to studying, and developing your skills through further experience. One of the first steps to future success in your studies is to identify areas for development and to prioritize these.
|Already good||Want to know more||Want to develop further||Knowledge, skills, qualities, and experience||Order of importance|
|Understanding success and self-management|
|Creative thinking and problem-solving|
|The art of reflection|
|Successful job application|
|Critical and analytical thinking|
|Improving performance on exams and|
|Improving underlying academic skills|