Celebrating Our Partnership
With Faculty & Staff During National School Counselor Week!
Day 2: More on Academic Development
Today's theme is Academic Skills and Habits. Some of the ways we look for students to demonstrate evidence of their understanding in this area include: being able to identify different studying and prep strategies, choosing strategies that are personal to them and their strengths, consideration of new ways to improve grades when things they've already tried aren't working, and being able to have constructive conversations with their teachers about classes in which they may be struggling.
Here are some of the objectives for Academic Skills & Habits in the School Counseling Program:
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- It takes time and effort to find study skills that work for them as individuals.
- Preparation can look differently for different classes.
- Action is needed for improvement if they are finding difficulties in classes.
Various academic and study skills that can be used in different classes.
- How and with whom to appropriately resolve academic or teacher issues.
What does this look like?
What is your approach to supporting students in their academic skills and habits?
We'd love to hear from you and continue to strengthen our partnership!