PD 100 Self-Evaluation
What is a self-evaluation? One specialist notes that self-evaluations give students the opportunity to write "their observations and reflections of their learning." Why conduct self-evaluations? The ability to critique oneself fairly, candidly and helpfully is a valuable life-skill which students find to be an asset long after they leave college. In this self-evaluation you will explore how successfully you have satisfied the PD 100's student learning outcomes. Student learning outcomes are the specific observable or measurable results that students are expected to achieve at the end of a learning experience. Listed below are the student learning outcomes for this course. Address each of these outcomes by explaining what you have learned this semester that fulfills the intent of the student learning outcomes and how it will assist you in becoming a more successful college student.
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Demonstrate the use of academic skills (including effective reading, writing, studying, time management, test-taking skills, critical thinking, and problem solving) and apply those skills in other courses. *
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Set personal, academic and career goals, and design plans for their attainment.. *
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Demonstrate knowledge of SBCC resources which includes student support services and learning resources. *
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Cheryl Kroll explains that the overarching frame of her book is to help students understand the personal barriers that face them in college and to provide some concrete strategies for addressing them." What chapter was most helpful to you from this book and what did you learn from it? *
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