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Author(s): José B Cuseo,aaron thompson,Michele Campaña,Viki S Fecas
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Thriving in College and Beyond: Research-Based Strategies for Academic Success and Personal Developmentcovers the full range of issues and issues that affect student success. Content is delivered through a variety of formats and learning modalities, including instant summary boxes, mind maps, content-relevant cartoons, inspirational quotes from successful students and celebrities, and moving personal stories from authors.
The book is:
- The research-based material is based on studies from different academic disciplines and theories of student development.
- Citing academic reference models that students can emulate.
- It educates students not only on what they need to do to be successful, but provides compelling reasons for doing it.
- Pre-chapter questions activate students' prior thinking and knowledge about the upcoming topic.
- In-chapter questions punctuate student reading with opportunities for reflection.
- Post-chapter exercises promote consolidation and application of knowledge gained in the chapter.
The new fifth edition ofThriving in college and beyondcharacteristics:
- a new chapter on mental health (psychological well-being)
- new material on student leadership
- additional material on granulation and resilience
- career preparation and employability skills infused into the chapters
- broader coverage of diversity, including sexual orientation and gender identity
- strategies to promote citizenship and community on campus
- Up-to-date online resources to find additional information related to each topic in the chapter
- a new assessment tool before and after the course accompanies the text
Foster instructors receive comprehensive professional development materials, including research-based guidelines for course design, delivery, and evaluation. The extensive Instructor's Manual includes:
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- Strategies to encourage and ensure that studentsRead the book.
- Specific learning objectivesto guide student reading that aligns directly with the test bank questions.
- Step-by-step instructional instructions for in-class exercises and out-of-class assignments that engage students inasset,interactive, micollaborativelearning.
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A concise version of this book is also available for 1 or 2 credit courses.
Chapter 1: Touching All Bases
Chapter 2: Liberal Arts and General Education
Chapter 3: Goal Setting and Motivation
Chapter 4: Time Management
Chapter 5: Deep Learning
Chapter 6: Test Taking Skills and Strategies
Chapter 7: Three Keys to Academic Success and Lifelong Learning Skills
Chapter 8: Higher Level Thinking
Chapter 9: Social and Emotional Intelligence
Chapter 10: Diversity
Chapter 11: Financial Education
Chapter 12: Physical Well-being
Chapter 13: Psychological well-being
Chapter 14: Educational Planning and Decision Making
Chapter 15: Scouting, Preparation, and Career Development
José B Cuseo
joe cuso He has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Evaluation from the University of Iowa and is Professor Emeritus of Psychology. For more than 25 years, he has directed Freshman Seminar, a foundation course for college success required of all new students.
A 14-time recipient of the campus "faculty member of the year" award, a student-focused award based on effective teaching and academic advising; a recipient of the "Outstanding Freshman Advocate Award" from the National Resource Center for the Freshman Experience and Transitioning Students; and she received the "Diamond Honoree Award" from the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) for contributions to student development and the profession of Student Affairs.
+++__Joe currently serves as an Educational Advisor and Consultant for AVID, a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote college access and college success for underserved student populations. He has delivered hundreds of campus workshops and conference presentations throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.
Aaron Thompson is a nationally recognized leader in higher education with a focus on policy, student success, and leadership and organizational design. He serves as president of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education and as a professor of sociology in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Eastern Kentucky University. He most recently served as interim president of Kentucky State University. Thompson has a Ph.D. in sociology in the areas of organizational behavior and race and gender relations.
His leadership experience spans 27 years in higher education, business, and various nonprofit boards. Thompson has researched, taught, and consulted in the areas of diversity, leadership, ethics, multicultural families, race and ethnic relations, student success, freshmen, retention, cultural competency, and organizational design throughout her career.
As a sought-after national speaker, Thompson has presented more than 800 workshops, seminars, and invited lectures in the areas of racial and gender diversity, living an unbiased life, overcoming obstacles to success, creating a school climate for academic success, cultural competency, workplace interaction, leadership, organizational goal setting, relationship building, freshman seminar, and a variety of other topics. She continues to serve as a consultant to educational institutions (elementary, secondary, and post-secondary), corporations, non-profit organizations, police departments, and other government agencies.
Thompson has published more than 30 publications and numerous peer-reviewed research and presentations. He is the author or co-author of the following books:Changing the student culture from the beginning,The sociological perspective,Infuse diversity and cultural competence into teacher education,Peer Leadership: Changing Student Culture from the Ground Up. He was also a co-authorThriving in College and Beyond: Research-Based Strategies for Academic Success,Thriving in Community College and Beyond: Research-Based Strategies for Academic Success and Personal Development,Diversity and college experience,focus on successmiblack men and divorce.
Michele Campaña, Ed.D., is executive director of the Center for Student Counseling and Transitions at Montclair State University in New Jersey. Dr. Campagna provides leadership for a comprehensive and holistic program designed to retain and engage freshmen, freshmen, sophomores, and transfer students. Dr. Campagna has more than 20 years of experience teaching a variety of first-year courses and providing counseling services for transitioning students at two- and four-year institutions.
Dr. Campagna detém um Ed.D. He did not ensino superior and received the “Outstanding First Year Student Advocate Award” from the National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition. Ela is the author of "New Student Experience: A Holistic and Collaborative Approach to Freshman Retention" atExploring the Evidence: Campus-Wide Initiatives in the Freshman Year of College, published by the National Resource Center for the Freshman Experience and Students in Transition. Campagna, MD, has presented at many state and national conferences on designing and implementing student engagement and retention, strategic planning, assessment, and diversity initiatives.
Viki S Fecas
Viki Medias Fezhas a doctorate in educational administration from the University of South Carolina (USC). In his role as Freshman and Freshman Program Manager, she coordinated the career component for the more than 150 chapters of the number one ranked University 101 program in the nation. She has served as a career resource for visiting international scholars at the National Resource Center (NRC).
Viki served as an adjunct professor in USC's graduate program in Higher Education and Student Affairs. She was recognized as theExcellent first year attorneyin 1996. He attended College 101 as a freshman at USC and has been teaching for over 20 years, including sections dedicated to transfer students. Her research interests revolve around transitioning college students, with a special interest in transfer students. She wrote career chapters for U101.transitionsbook andYour university experience. She has been a regular presenter at the NRC-sponsored National First-Year Experience and Students in Transition conferences.
I am happy to report that for the first time in the history of the course (since pilot testing in the fall of 2013), I am seeing a correlation between class performance and fall GPA and spring semester retention. I understand that correlation does not equal causation, but it was very enriching to see that the course was moving in the right direction, and I attribute this in large part to [Cuseo's] book.
Ney Arias,director senior
Retention programs and first year experience
Florida Gulf Coast University
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What are the 5 strategies for academic success? ›
- Adapt your study habits. You can learn anything, but you may need to change your study habits to perform in line with your goals. ...
- Manage your time. ...
- Tune out the noise. ...
- Ask questions. ...
- Stay connected.
- Develop a routine. Motivation might be a great way to get yourself started, but most of us know it doesn't always last. ...
- Engage in class and think critically. ...
- Give yourself short-term goals. ...
- Curb your procrastination. ...
- Study actively—literally. ...
- Take care of yourself.
- Step 1: Set Goals. Goals help to keep you going by: ...
- Step 2: Have a Positive Attitude. ...
- Step 3: Manage Your Time. ...
- Step 4: Read Textbooks & Course Readings. ...
- Step 5: Attend your Lectures. ...
- Step 6: Record your Lecture Notes. ...
- Step 7: Prepare for Exams. ...
- Step 8: Write Your Exams.
- Get to know yourself as a thinker and learner. ...
- Set a personal goal for each course. ...
- Manage your time and your attention. ...
- Think like a professor. ...
- Review your notes as soon as possible after class.
- Participate and Engage in Class.
- Organize and Use Time Wisely.
- Get involved.
- Meet with a counselor for personal and career counseling.
- Set, Seek and Meet Goals.
- Take Effective Notes.
- Study Effectively.
- Develop Self-Awareness, Self-Management, and Self-Discipline.
A student is bound to succeed where all four factors - natural ability, motivation, resources and learning skills are available and abundant.