INTRO TO COLL STUDY
INTRO TO COLL STUDY EDCI 1001
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Page 1 MIDTERM REVIEW OF TERMS What is skimming Rapid superficial reading of material to determine central ideas and main elements Discuss the SQ3R Method Stands for Survey Question Read Recite and Review Survey anything before you study preview ltskimming amp scanninggt Question ask yourself discover it yourself Read focus on key points from survey Recite study and be able to say to yourself Review where the learning takes place This method helps readers take in understand and remember what they read What is value Principles or qualities that you consider important Define verbal signpost Spoken words or phrases that call attention to information that follows After a certain phrase or statement the information that follows is important ex quotwrite this down you might see this againquot What is bias A preference or inclination especially one that prevents evenhanded judgment Define locus of control You are motivated with by external factors your parents circumstances luck grades instructors39 feedback and so on or internal factors values and attitudes Internal and external motivation Page 2 What is a syllabus A comprehensive outline of course topics and assignments Like a contract Discuss the parts of listening DEF a process that involves sensing interpreting evaluating and reacting to spoken messages 1 Sensation listener hears message when ears pick up sound waves and transmits them to the brain AKA hearing 2 Interpretation listener attaches meaning to message You understand what is said and link it to what you already know AKA meaning 3 Evaluation listener evaluate the message as it relates to your needs and values If the message goes against your values or does not fulfill your needs you may reject it stop listening or argue in your mind with the reject it AKA feelings 4 Reaction listener forms a message in the form of direct feedback AKA response What is a mentor Somebody who is interested in my wellbeing Page 3 Name and discuss the parts of successful intelligence 1 Analytical thinking AKA critical thinking starts by engaging with information through asking questions and then proceeds to analyzing and evaluating information often to work through a problem or decision Analyze and evaluate info to find solution to problem 2 Critical thinking creative thinking concerns generating new and different ideas and approaches to problems and often viewing the world in ways that disregard convention Also means taking information that you already know and thinking about it in a new way Generating new and different ideas 3 Practical thinking putting what you39ve learned into action to solve a problem or make a decision Often means learning from experience and emotional intelligence enabling you to work effectively with others and to accomplish goals despite obstacles Common sense How does one avoid procrastination 1 Analyze the effects 2 Set reasonable goals 3 Get started whether you quotfeel like itquot or not 4 Ask for help 5 Don39t expect perfection 6 Reward yourself What is short term memory The brain39s temporary information storehouse in which information remains for a limited time from a few seconds to half a minute Page 4 What is a goal An end toward which you direct your efforts Action to help you reach a certain point Something that you accomplish Short term goal 6 months or less vs long term goal 1 year or more Define academic integrity Following a code of moral values in all aspects of academic life classes assignments tests papers projects and relationships with students and faculty What is stress Physical or mental strain or tension produced in reaction to pressure What is scanning Reading material in an investigative way to search for specific information Define a sensory register Brain filters through which sensory information enters the brain and is sent to shortterm memory What is shorthand A system of rapid handwriting that employs symbols abbreviations and shortened words to represent words and phrases What is practical thinking AKA common sense or street smarts Refers to how you adapt your environment both people and circumstances or shape or change your environment to adapt to you to pursue important goals Page 5 Define brainstorming Letting your mind wander to come up with different ideas or answers Also causes divergent thinking Pa rt of prewriting strategyprocess Define perspective A characteristic way of thinking about people situations events and ideas Our world view What is assumption A judgment generalization or bias influenced by experience and values Not always right What is an argument A set of connected ideas supported by examples made by a writer to prove or disprove a point What is thinking It is what happens when you ask questions and move toward the answers Define orukolonroni Translation quotnames affect behaviorquot People live up to the names given to them by people or themselves Ex Crazy Steve is crazy Triangle of life bodymind spirit Learning from failure learn creative ways to deal with the situation Page 6 Define internships Temporary work programs in which a student can gain supervised practical experience in a job and career area Paseo going outside relaxing Learning styles hearing seeing touching Define typology A systematic classification or study of types What is intelligence As defined by H Gardner an ability to solve problems or create products that are of value in a culture The ability to make correct choices What is learning style A particular way in which the mind receives and process information Define potentials Abilities that may be developed What is procrastination The act of putting off a task until another time What is prioritize To arrange or deal with in order of importance What is a planner A tool for managing you time Page 7 Define a major An academic subject area chosen as a field of specialization requiring a specific course of study Define emotional intelligence The ability to perceive asses and manage ones own emotions as well as understand the emotions of others Define selfesteem Belief in your value as a person that builds as you achieve you goals What is fixed mindset When people believe that they have a set level of talent and intelligence They think their ability to succeed matches what they39ve been born with and they tend to resist effort Define motivation A goaldirected force that moves a person to action What is knowledge work Work that is primarily concerned with information rather than manual labor short answer three lines Essay5 lines EDCI Final Review 41 Budget a a plan to coordinate resources and expenditures a set of goals regarding money 42 Secondhand Smoke a smoke in the air exhaled by smokers or given off by cigarettes cigars or pipes More dangerous 43 Compound Interest a interest calculated on the principal original investment as well as the interest already added to the account 44 Credit Score a a measure of credit risk calculated from a credit report using a standardized formula 45 GotongRoyong a a saying that means working together makes the work light 46 Skillset a a combination of the knowledge talent and abilities that are needed to perform a specific job 47 Internship a temporary work programs in which a student can gain supervised practical experience in a job and career area Can be paid and unpaid 48 Networking a the exchange ofinformation or services among individuals groups or institutions 49 Contact a a person who serves as a carrier or source ofinformation 5 0 Continuing Education a courses that students can take without having to be a part ofa degree program 51 Addiction a the compulsive need for a habitforming substance Most addictive drug is nicotine 5 2 Binge Drinking a having five or more drinks for men or four or more drinks for women at one sitting Remember then numbers 5 3 Eating Disorder a includes anorexia nervosa bulimia and binge eating disorder Need to know the different types 54 Depression a an illness depressive disorder not a mental state that can be escaped by quottrying to snap out ofit Involves illness in the body mood and thoughts 55 Delay Gratification a to forgo a immediate pleasure or reward in order to gain a more substantial one later Study first then go out Delay it 56 Sexual Harassment a intimidation bullying or coercion ofa sexual nature or the unwelcome or inappropriate promise of rewards in exchange for sexual favors Hostile environment and Quid Pro Quo 5 7 Assertive a Being able to declare and affirm your own opinions while respecting those of others Passive and Aggressive When you are passive people take advantage ofyou When you are aggressive people are usually aggressive back to you 5 8 Constructive Criticism a criticism that promotes improvement or development 59 Discrimination a actions that deny people equal employment educational and housing opportunities or treat people as secondclass citizens 60 Stereotype a a standardized mental picture that represents an oversimplified opinion or uncritical judgment We do this unconsciously Can you sterotype people without being prejudice Yes These are mental pics we have 61 Prejudice a a preconceived judgment or opinion formed withoutjust grounds or sufficient knowledge Account balance a dollar amount that includes any unpaid balance new purchases and cash advances finance charges and fees Updated monthly Annual fee the yearly cost that some companies charge for owning a car Annual percentage rate APR the amount of interest charged on your unpaid balance meaning the most of credit ifyou carry a balance in any given month The higher the APR the more you pay finance charges Available credit the unused portion of your credit line up dated monthly on your bill Cash advance an immediate loan in the form of cash from the credit card company You are charged interested immediately and may also pay a separate transaction fee Credit limit the debt ceiling the card company places on your account eg 1500 The total owed including purchase cash advances finance charges and fees cannot exceed this limit Delinquent account an account that is not paid on time or for which the minimum payment has not been met Due date the date your payment must be received and after which you will be charged a late fee Finance charges the total cost of credit including interest and service transaction fees Minimum payment the smallest amount you can pay by the statement due date The amount is set by the credit card company Outstanding balance the total amount you owe on your card Past due your amount is considred quotpast due when you fail to pay the minimum required payment on schedule Study both sheets and financial terms EDCI 1001 Midterm Study Guide I 5379 9 lt9 9 NT 53 Fquot NNNNNNNNN ooxrmmrsz xo 59 M lt9 I o Skimming rapid superficial reading of material to determine central ideas and main elements SQ3R Method Survey Question Read Recite Review a Survey the process of previewing before studyin b Question the process of creating questions you believe will be answered from reading the text discovering nowledge on your own c Read focus on key points and the questions you came up with during the Qstage d Recite stop and answer the questions you came up with in the Qstage e Review where the learning takes place Values principles or qualities you consider important Verbal Signpost a word or phrase that is important write it down because it will be on the test Bias preference nclination especially one that impedes even handed thinking Locus of control the extent to which individuals believe they can control the events that affect them a internal you controlling your life b external beliefthat something outside of yourself is controlling your life fate Syllabus a comprehensive outline of course topics and assignmen s Parts of Listening a Sensation ears pick up the information b Interpretation putting meaning to what you hear c Evaluation determines importance d Reaction what you do from what you heard en or someone who cares about you as a person and wants you to excel in life Successful Intelligence a Analytical thinking critical thinking b Creative thinking generating new and different ideas c Practical thinking common sense putting what you ve learned into action Short term memory the brains temporary information storehouse in which information remains for only a few seconds Avoiding Procrastination a Analyze effects b Set reasonable goals c Break tasks into smaller parts d Get started e Ask for help f Don t expect perfection g Reward yourself Goal something you want to accomplish and end to which you direct your efforts short term goal 6 months or less long term goal 1 ear or more Academic integrity following a code of moral academic values in all you do Stress physical or mental strain ortension produced in reaction to pressure Scanning reading material in an investigative way to search for key words and speci c information Sensory register brain lters through which sensory information enters the brain and is sent to short term memory Shorthand a system of rapid handwriting that employs symbols abbreviations and shortened words to represent words and phrases Practical thinking common sense or street smarts how you adapt to your environment or shape or change your environment to adapt to you to pursue important goals Brainstorming deliberative creative thinking Perspective a characteristic way of thinking about people events ideas or situations ssumption a judgmentgeneralizationbias in uenced by experience and values Argument set of connected ideas supported by example given by the writer to approve or disprove a point Thinking asking questions and moving towards the answer Oruko Lorno Ni the name people give you affects the way you act Internships temporary work programs in which a student can gain practical experience in ajob and career area Typology a systematic classi cation or study oft Intelligence the ability to make the correct choices an ability to solve problems or create products that are ofvalue in a culture Learning Style particular way to process and perceive information mode of gaining knowledge a Visual see b Auditorial hear c Tactile hands on Potentials abilities that may be developed wwwwww mmwa x cow cow 4st 00 Proc astination the act of putting tasks off until another time Prioritize putting things in order or impo ance Plan er a notebook used for writing down important dates and details a tool for managing time Major an academic subject area chosen as a eld of specialization requiring a specific course of study Mentor someone who cares about you as a person and wants you to excel in life Emotional Intelligence the ability to perceive assess and manage one s own emotions as well as understand the emotions of others SelfEsteem feeling good about yourself Fixed Mindset people with a xed mindset believe they have a set level of talent and intelligence They think their abilityto succeed matches what they have been born with and they tend to resist effo Motivation a goaldirected force that moves a person to action Knowledge work work that is primarily concerned with information rather than manual labor
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