Category: Study Skills

Self-Concept: Yes, How You Feel About Yourself and Your Ability Does Effect Your Success

Well, since we need to accept that there is a link between how we see ourselves and our ability to realize our goals, we really should pay a little attention to us and be nice 🙂 Good Self-Concept = Success If you are confident…

Part 3: New Years Resolutions: Understanding Your Personality When Setting Achievable Goals

Welcome Back! It looks like you are still interested in achieving your New Year’s Resolution Goals. Well done! If you have made it this far, with setbacks and perceived failures, and are still pushing forward, you have made it through the most difficult hurdle…

New Year’s Resolutions – 3 Part Series

Self-Knowledge is the Key to Success The new year often brings a sense of a new start, seeing it as at time to change behaviours by setting New Year’s resolutions. Change is hard work and you need to be ready for it! This 3…

Weekly Study Tip: Music & Learning – Baroque Music

Well, you are one week into school and you may be feeling like it is hard to focus and get your work done with so many new and exciting things happening around you. This is a great time to introduce you to the power…

Success Coaching @ Mohawk – Study Tip: Learning Styles

Welcome Mohawk Students! This time of year can be so exciting but often students feel very nervous at the same time. In order to be the most effective student this year it is important to understand more about how YOU learn. I have uploaded…

Success Coaching @ Mohawk College – Weekly Study Skill Tip #4

Active Learning Strategies – “Clear as Mud” This is a really simple and great strategy for creating a list of questions that you can use to help your understanding of a topic. If you do this every class, and keep an ongoing list of…

Success Coaching @ Mohawk College – Weekly Study Skill Tip #3

Active Learning – “One Minute Paper” Here is a really quick and easy way to check what you have learned, what you need understand better and what questions you may need to ask your professor or classmates. Next Steps: Use a few minutes at…