Posted: February 23rd, 2017
1.To get started with this assignment, write your goal statement. In one paragraph, describe your academic goal(s). Then, in another paragraph, write about your career goal(s). Make sure each paragraph includes answers to the following questions:
What is/are your goal(s)? What is the source(s) of motivation for you to achieve each goal? Is the motivation intrinsic, extrinsic, or both? (See the lecture about motivation for definitions of intrinsic and extrinsic.) How will your attitude toward the learning process help or hinder the achievement of each goal? Do you need to make some adjustments? Why or why not? Remember the following when writing your goals:
Is your goal clear? Is it measurable? Is it realistic? After you have drafted your goal paragraphs in the last paragraph of this assignment, you will do the following:
For Online Students: Go to the My Contacts section of the Campus Common to locate the members of your Grad Team. This may include an Admissions Representative, Academic Counselor, and Financial Aid Counselor. Describe the role of each member of your Grad Team and how that person can help you achieve your academic goal. Type your goal statement paragraphs and your Grad Team/Advisor description in an MS Word document. (If you do not have MS Word, write your goal statement in an MS WordPad or Mac TextEdit .rtf file.) Academic Counselor Help Kimberly Martinez Get Academic Information Student Finance Counselor Help Tiffany Maldonado Get Account Information Admissions Representative Help Susan Allen Save your document as M1_A3_Lastname_Firstinitial.doc (or M1_A3_Lastname_Firstinitial.rtf)
2.In this assignment, you will develop a calendar to highlight key dates, deadlines, and nonnegotiable blocks of time—your work and coursework schedule. For inclusion in your calendar, consider the following activities and appointments:
Nonnegotiable dates, such as when your rent or mortgage is due Healthcare appointments Pressing deadlines for work projects Deadlines for class assignments Deadlines for your FAFSA application, if you need financial aid. Refer to Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). (2010). Retrieved from http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ Dates connected with your income such as paydays at work Family events and appointments Time for sleep, personal hygiene, and relaxation It may take some revisions to come up with the calendar that works best for you, but once completed, it becomes an effective time management tool. In turn, this becomes a vital part of your learning plan.
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