Start Up, Survive and Succeed

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 Start Up, Survive and Succeed Essential and practical skills for new and returning college students

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 Right Class—Right Time Prerequisites Skills Technology Time

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 First days of class Office hours and contact information Required materials Syllabus: deadlines, policies, course outline, grading

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 Classroom Behavior Attendance (F2F and online) Professional behavior

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 When I am going to do all this stuff? Talk to a counselor, instructor or tutor about getting organized Pick a method and stick with it long enough to see if it works Regroup

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 Strategies that work…

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 F2F Classes Go prepared to take notes Read assignments as they occur Organize notes and handouts—avoid lost paper syndrome

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 Online and Hybrid Courses Do a technology check before the class begins Use help resources Dedicate space and back up frequently Have an emergency plan

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 Managing Expectations Response time Grades Extra credit Study time

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 Getting Help Study groups and partners Campus tutoring centers Library Supplemental materials

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(c) Karen Southall Watts 2013 Let’s Review School-Career Plan Right Picks Systems Professionalism Assistance Evaluate

Summary: Advice for new and returning adult learners as they enter college.

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