Community College Experience, The Plus New Mylab Student Success -- Access Card Package by Amy BaldwinCommunity College Experience, The Plus New Mylab Student Success -- Access Card Package by Amy Baldwin

Community College Experience, The Plus New Mylab Student Success -- Access Card Package

byAmy Baldwin, Brian Tietje, Paul G. Stoltz

Book & Toy | December 31, 2014

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For courses in First-Year Experience/University Studies/University Perspectives, Student Success/College Success/Study Skills, and Student Development offered in two-year schools.

This package includes MyStudentSuccessLab™.

Combines student success skills with the world’s leading method for growing greater GRIT (Growth, Resilience, Instinct and Tenacity)

Part of the Experience Series for college students in a two-year program, The Community College Experience, 4/e incorporates the GRIT framework, supplying learners with powerful success strategies and tools for college completion and career success–get in, get through, get out, and get paid. The authors recognize that understanding what it takes to succeed in college is one thing, but having the personal GRIT to make it happen is what makes the difference. Framed in a practical, situational manner, the book helps students navigate what to do, when do it, and where to go for support. It provides scientifically grounded yet practical tips and tools students need to grow greater GRIT, which research shows as the most powerful predictor of success in school and beyond. Students ‘Get in, Get through’ using a firm foundation of distinctive features to stay in, and get through, college with academic, social, and transitional skills. In order to ‘Get out, Get paid’ it equips students with ablend of professional and GRIT-based mindset required to successfully graduate and enter a career that fulfills their educational and personal goals.

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MyStudentSuccessLab is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to work with this text to engage students and improve results. Within its structured environment, students practice what they learn, test their understanding, and pursue a personalized study plan that helps them better absorb course material and understand difficult concepts.


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Amy Baldwin, M.A. is a pioneering educator and educational entrepreneur. She wrote the first, groundbreaking student success textbook for community colleges and for first-generation students. In response to nationwide demand, in 2011 she founded Educational Frontiers Group (EFG), which provides educational services, such as consulting...
Title:Community College Experience, The Plus New Mylab Student Success -- Access Card PackageFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:288 pages, 10.7 × 8.4 × 0.3 inPublished:December 31, 2014Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0134039475

ISBN - 13:9780134039473

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1: College Culture and the Campus

Chapter 2: Goal Setting, Motivation, and Learning Styles

Chapter 3: Relationships and Diversity

Chapter 4: Managing Your Time and Money

Chapter 5: Learning, Memory, and Thinking

Chapter 6: Reading

Chapter 7: Listening and Note-Taking

Chapter 8: Writing, Presenting, and Information Literacy

Chapter 9: Studying and Taking Tests

Chapter 10: Managing Your Stress and Making Healthy Choices

Chapter 11: Planning for Your Degree

Chapter 12: Planning for a Career and a Life



Editorial Reviews

The chapter‘s readability is good for the average students and the sections are chunked in a manner that is easy to follow. Because the sections are so well organized, the reader does not suffer from information over-load. In addition, the section activities provide active applications to the content being presented. --Alonzo Flowers, Blinn College   I felt that the quality of the content was good, and the material was very relevant to any student. In each of the chapters I reviewed the material was creatively presented. The content is delivered in a very readable fashion, small bites, similar to reading USA Today. Good information but short and concise. Lots of great ideas, but more importantly, it gets back to the basics of developing yourself to becoming an effective person to become an achieving student. --Gabriel Adona, San Diego Mesa College   Overall, the content was very good & quite practical. I also thought the relevance to the target audience was very good: including information on how to balance family, work, the transition to 4year colleges, etc. It was definitely written to the student at a community college who may not have the luxury of unlimited time to study, etc. --Linda M. Hensen-Jackson, Arkansas Tech University   The wide range of pertinent information covered, the narratives, the personal and easily accessible language that is used in the chapters. I also like the reflective exercises in the chapters. I like the inclusion of current data and statistics in the chapters. --Jacqueline Robinson, Milwaukee Area Technical College   The definition of critical thinking is one of the best that I have seen. I really have difficulty describing critical thinking and this is a wonderful example!!! --Leigh Smith, Lamar Institute of Technology