Instructional Day January 9, 2015 Laurie L. Hazard, Ed. D. www.lauriehazard.com Developing The Habits of Mind for College Achievement and Lifelong Success Fastest Finger Question Put these top student success variables in order of most importance: A. High school grades B. The ability to self-regulate (manage time/combat procrastination) C. Attitude/mindset D. SAT scores Success Variables B. The ability to self-regulate (manage time/combat procrastination) C. Attitude/mindset A. High school grades D. SAT scores Psychology of Adjustment Academic Social Emotional Intellectual Hazard L. & Nadeau, J. (2012). Foundations for Learning. Boston: Pearson Education Academic Adjustment Carr, N., The Web Shatters Focus, Rewires Brains, Wired, May 24, 2010 Social Adjustment Hazard L. & Nadeau, J. (2012). Foundations for Learning. Boston: Pearson Education Emotional Adjustment Anxiety, Stress, and Coping, June 2003, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 155/166: MISSING HOME: SOCIOTROPY AND AUTONOMYAND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AND HOMESICKNESS IN COLLEGE FRESHMEN Intellectual Adjustment Hazard L. & Nadeau, J. (2012). Foundations for Learning. Boston: Pearson Education Definition of Learning A relatively permanent change in behavior due to experience Direct Experience Vicarious Experience Self-Produced Consequences Change Cognitive Affective Behavior Bain (2004); What The Best College Teachers Do, Harvard University press, Cambridge. Affective Education Affective education maintains that concern for student attitudes, feelings, and emotions are important parts of the learning process. Combs, A.W. (1982). Affective education or none at all. Association for Supervision and Curriculum. “What do you want, education for intellect or adjustment?---as though we must choose between smart psychotics or well-adjusted dumbbells Teachers who practice affective education will help their students learn anything better, including the timehonored basics Academic Success Life Long Learning “Know It All” Attitude Knowing What (factual) vs. Knowing How (procedural knowledge) MOOC Staudinger and Baltes: Psychology of Wisdom in Sternberg’s Encyclopedia of Intelligence. Academic Success Lifelong Learning Campus Resources: Tutoring Technology Roberts, & Wood (2007) Intellectual Virtues, Oxford University Press Academic Success Get Involved Study Habits Sternberg ( 1996), Successful Intelligence, Simon & Schuster, NY./Maslow’s Jonah Complex Lifelong Learning Study Abroad Become An Author Academic Success Advising Paul and Elder: www.criticalthinking.org Lifelong Learning Health Issues Academic Success Friends Hazard L. & Nadeau, J. (2012). Foundations for Learning. Boston: Pearson Education Lifelong Learning Sleep 8-8-8 Formula Academic Success Lifelong Learning I study a lot I am_______ Management Academic Success Lifelong Learning Procrastination Time on Task Hazard L. & Nadeau, J. (2012). Foundations for Learning. Boston: Pearson Education Academic Success Lifelong Learning Diwali Restaurant http://davidlivermore.com/ Cultural Intelligence Academic Success Lifelong Learning Alcohol transport She gave me a “B” Crankiness Three Parts To An Apology Rotter (1996); Trice (1985); Weiner (1986); Pausch, R. (2008) The Last Lecture Academic Success Change Habits Fixed Dweck, (2006); Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Ballantine Books, NY. Lifelong Success Construction Resources: Student Success Text/ Innovative Educators (www.innovativeeducators.org) www.lauriehazard.com Questions? Comments?