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Success Skills: Strategies for Study and Lifelong Learning 3rd Edition

Marks-Beale

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 2002, 1994
  • 432 Pages

Overview

SUCCESS SKILLS focuses on how to learn; thinking and communication skills; and technology and information management. Users learn success strategies required in today's academic and workplace environments. The five key areas of this text include: learning how to learn; becoming an active reader; listening, memory, and note-taking mastery; testing and critical thinking skills; and information gathering, research and writing skills. SUCCESS SKILLS positions learners to be successful in today's multifaceted workplace.

Marks-Beale,

Abby Marks Beale is the founder of The Corporate Educator (formerly The Reading Edge), a speaking and training business that specializes in helping busy people work smarter, faster, and just plain better. She is also the creator of "Rev It Up Reading," a popular open enrollment workshop that helps experienced readers get up to speed with what they read. Her extensive client list includes Fortune 500 companies, associations, schools, government agencies, and individuals. She is a member of the ASCD Faculty (Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development), an exclusive team of expert consultants who craft, design, and deliver individualized professional development programs for educators. Abby is also the author of 10 Days to Faster Reading (Warner Books, 2001). Abby holds a B.A. in Spanish from Boston University and an M.S. in Adult Learning from Southern Connecticut State University. For more information, log on to Abby's web site at www.TheCorporateEducator.com.
  • Updated technology in the Annotated Instructor's Edition keeps the course current.
  • New, friendlier internal design with chapter goals and terms at the beginning of the chapter to increase student attention and desire to explore the material.
  • Check points placed strategically throughout the chapter to reinforce comprehension and to add overlap of instruction via quick review.
  • Net Bookmark provides weblinks with instructions to take the learner beyond the book.
  • Case Studies connect academics and workplace to provide more interdisciplinary instruction.
  • Net Bookmark provides weblinks with instructions to take the learner beyond the book.
  • Case Studies connect academics and workplace to provide more interdisciplinary instruction.
  • Focus on Ethics provide situational workplace dilemmas and ethical instruction.
  • Focus on Technology highlights using technology in today's workplace to broaden user's knowledge of various technologies.
1. Learning by Doing.
2. Discovering Your Learning Styles.
3. Creating Concentration.
4. Learning Time Management.
5. Studying Smart.
6. Taking Notes from Lecture.
7. Taking Notes From Reading Material.
8. Improving Reading Comprehension.
9. Revving Up Your Reading.
10. Mastering Tests.
11. Using Your Critical and Creative Mind.
12. Reading and Researching Online.
13. Writing in the Real World.

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  • ISBN-10: 0538729635
  • ISBN-13: 9780538729635
  • Bookstore Wholesale Price $60.25
  • RETAIL $79.95