The Student Academic Services Center (SASC)
October 24 to November 4, 2011
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi
EXAM PREPARATION & TEST TAKING SKILLS:
Oct. 25, Tues, 5-6:30pm, Fleming 156
Learn how to organize and focus when studying for a math exam and optimize your performance! Bring: Exam schedule, topics for next exam, review sheet, 3 most recent graded homework assignments, most recent graded quiz, textbook, practice exam. Free Pizza
ARE YOU A “GRAMMARPHOBE”? FEAR NOT: HELP IS HERE!:
Oct. 25, Tues., 3-4pm, Fleming 170
The problem that most people have with “grammar” is that the subject seems a bunch of arbitrary rules. Commands like “Do this” and “Don’t do that” give most of us a raging headache, and nothing gets better even when we try to follow “the rules.” In response, this session is designed not only to calm you but to get behind rules to the principles that simplify how sentences–to emphasize: any and all sentences–do or do not work to create meaning.
Oct. 26, 2-3pm, Fleming 244
Learn tried and true methods for taking notes and how to best use your notes to
improve your understanding of the course material.
GETTING UNSTUCK: WHEN WRITING ANXIETY GETS IN YOUR WAY:
Oct. 31, Mon, 2-3pm, Fleming 244
No one said writing at the College level would be easy. This workshop will provide techniques and suggestions for you to ‘Get Unstuck’. Even if you don’t have a paper looming in the immediate future, these ideas can help you out!
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF READING:
Nov.2, Wed, 1-2pm, Fleming 244
“The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
– Dr. Seuss, “I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!”
This workshop addresses how to cope with the large amount of reading that students are expected to do. It looks at how to get the most out of your lectures, how to read for exam revision and how to improve your general reading skills.
THIS IS A TEST! ONLY A TEST! (TEST PREP):
Nov. 3, Thur., 3-4pm, Fleming 170
Did you do as well as you had hoped on your last tests? Good test preparation includes organization, making corrections to bad habits. Get hints on how to handle different types of tests and how to learn from mistakes from the last go around. If you want to do better on your next set of tests, this workshop is for you!
Academic Workshops Sponsored by:
Academic Success Program: Student Academic Skills
Student Academic Services Center, Fleming 184
(303) 492-8761, Skills@Colorado.Edu
To Register: Colorado.edu/SASC, click on SASC Workshops, College Learning Strategies Workshops (register)
Staff members: If you wish to attend, Please contact the skills coordinator
* Winning at Math
Series Presented by: The Student Academic Services Center (SASC) and the Department of Mathematics. Registration not required.
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Tubac at Danson@colorado.edu