Create a schedule with the provided timetable that represents a typical week in your life as you are living it while taking this course. This should include school- and non-school-related commitments. Identify potential unplanned scheduling interruptions that may impact your schedule. Some examples include last-minute appointments, procrastinating, scrolling through social media, or unplanned visits. Identify how you will choose between tasks or events that take place at the same time on your schedule. Why will you choose one task or event over another? Identify the SNHU resources, social supports, and motivational factors that will help the most with managing your time. List at least one for each category (SNHU resource, social support, and motivational factor). Consider why your choices are the most effective for your unique time-management needs. Explain how you will take ownership of your future academic success by managing your time with SNHU resources, social supports, and motivational factors. How will continuing to manage your time with what you have available prove you’ve taken ownership of your success? Consider how you can use these time management resources in future classes. Part 2: Personal Mission Statement and Goals In this section, you’ll revise your personal mission statement and short-term goals and describe the importance of goal setting. You’ll also identify the SNHU resources, academic skills, social supports, and motivational factors specific to goal achievement and explain how they can be used together to be successful on your academic journey. Revise your original personal mission statement. Incorporate feedback from your original draft. If your feedback indicated you didn’t need to make significant revisions, indicate how you might update the statement in the future. Revise your original goals. Incorporate feedback from your original draft. If your feedback indicated you didn’t need to make significant revisions, indicate how you might update these in the future. Describe the importance of setting goals on your academic journey. How will goal setting assist you in accomplishing what you want in future classes? Identify SNHU resources you will use to help achieve your goals and personal mission statement. These must be different from what you selected in item 4 of the Time Management section above. Identify academic skills and social supports to help you achieve your personal mission statement and goals. Which academic skills and social supports will work best for you? Identify motivational factors to help you achieve your goals and personal mission statement. What motivates you to pursue your personal mission statement and goals? (This must be different from what you identified for time management.) Explain how you will take ownership of your future academic success by using SNHU resources, academic skills, social supports, and motivational factors to achieve your personal mission statement and goals. How will using the resources you’ve selected to achieve your goals and personal mission statement help you take ownership of your success? Consider how you can use these resources in future classes
- What impact will this decision have on the state of the Saudi economy in general?
- Employ effective research skills to identify key sources of information to determine what behavioral methods have been successful for students whose learning needs are similar to those in your data analysis and how progress was monitored.
- What are some of the limitations of this evidence?
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