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Metacognition workshops

Prepare yourself to succeed this semester by attending these [free!] workshops on metacognition, a strategy that involves assessing and taking control of your own thought processes to help you become a better student!

Workshop 3- The Journey to Excellence

Minority students in college often fail to reach their academic potential because of past experiences that have thwarted their motivation and drive to excel. This interactive inspirational discussion presents the experiences of the speaker along her academic journey, which includes an award presented in the White House Oval Office. Specific learning strategies are presented, and students are urged to commit to using the strategies to achieve their personal academic and career goals.

Date: Thursday, January 29, 2015
Time: 7:00 PM-8:15 PM
Location: 41 Wyllys, Olson Commons (CRC lobby space)
Audience: Under Represented Minorities, Veterans, and First-Gen
college students

Dr. Saundra McGuire

Please RSVP by email for Workshop 3 to cfcd@wesleyan.edu

Workshop 4- Metacognition: The Key to Acing Courses!

All students who are admitted to college have the ability to ace their courses. However, most students did not acquire effective learning strategies in high school, and resort to memorizing information just before tests. This strategy usually yields poor results, with students earning grades much lower than their ability. This interactive workshop will introduce students to cognitive science based learning strategies that help all students experience meaningful, transferable learning, resulting in A’s in their courses!

Date: Friday, January 30, 2015
Time:  9:00-11:00 AM
Location: Exley Science Center, Woodhead Lounge
Audience: All Undergraduate Students

Please RSVP for breakfast (served at 8:30) and Workshop 4 by emailing cfcd@wesleyan.edu