Tag Archive: Thrive

Mar 03

THRIVE: Synthesizing Your Learning

1. After you’ve been taking reading notes and/or class notes for at least two weeks, sit down and rewrite your notes in a way that makes connections across the material you have learned thus far. 2. Upload your notes.

Mar 02

THRIVE: Connecting to Your Learning

1. Take the synthesized notes from “THRIVE: Synthesizing Your Learning” and do a little additional research on at least three key terms, concepts and/or theories. 2. Incorporate what you learned from your research into your notes. Be sure to include citations from where you found more information. 3. Highlight the new material you added, and …

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Mar 02

THRIVE: Knowing Your Course Goals

1. Read the course goals/objectives/outcomes. 2. Write your own list of course goals and expectations for the course. 3. Visually map both your instructor’s and your course goals in a mind map. You can make your mind map by drawing, using post-its, or an application like Mindomo or Popplet. 4. Upload a picture or screenshot …

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Mar 01

THRIVE: End-of-Course, Connecting to Course Goals

1. Go back to your syllabus and/or your notes from your first week of class and find the course goals/objectives/outcomes. 2. Revise your class notes and/or reading notes by organizing them under each appropriate course goal. 3. Upload your notes.

Mar 01

THRIVE: End-of-Course, Reflecting on Your Course Experience

1. Reflect on the following questions. What surprised you this semester? Why? Revisit the course goals and syllabus. Can you find traces of what surprised you within those documents? Revisit your course goals and expectations. Do you still think they were appropriate for the class? Why or why not? 2. Write a one-page “How to …

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