Presentation on theme: "Regents Chemistry Things to ask yourself. Did I review my notes from the days before?"— Presentation transcript:
Regents Chemistry Things to ask yourself
Did I review my notes from the days before?
Did I do my homework or at least try to the best of my ability?
Did I complete my lab and hand it in? Did I follow all directions for the lab report discussed in class?
Am I being honest with myself and working my hardest?
Have I come for extra help?
Have I used the additional resources on “Revsworld” (Our class web site) and/or read the textbook?
Am I actively paying attention in class?
Am I participating in class?
Am I asking questions of the teacher, or fellow students (at appropriate times)?
What else should I be doing to HELP MYSELF?
Always ask yourself… “Self … am I honestly working my hardest?”
Always ask yourself “Self … am I really working to my full potential?”
Student learning principles 1) Student must be READY to learn. 2) Learning is ACTIVE. 3) Students learn by TRIAL and ERROR 4) Learning is associated to PRIOR KNOWLEDGE. 5) Students learn through MULTIPLE SENSES.
Student Learning Principles 6) Learning id done in SMALL SEGMENTS. 7) Students learn by REASONING and UNDERSTANDING. 8) PRACTICE is essential to learning. 9) Students require FEEDBACK on performance. 10) Every student is UNIQUE. Learning principles courtesy of Bayer Health Care Diagnostics Division.