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Learning Strategies

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TermDefinition
self-advocacy standing up for myself; asking for help when I am stuck
SMART goals an acronym for goal setting; are my goals SMART? Specific? Measurable? Attainable? Realistic? Timely? I would like to improve my mark from 65% to 80% by studying 3 nights a week for an hour.
chunking assignments breaking an assignment down into smaller parts so that it doesn't seem so overwhelming
IEP is my individual education plan that is developed with me, my parents, and my SERT
Fixed Mindset the belief that I cannot get better from my mistakes; who I am cannot be changed
Growth Mindset The belief that I can get better; mistakes are okay because it helps me to grow my brain
Positive vs Negative Self- Talk The way we speak to ourselves; especially when in reaction to something.
Avoidance Conflict Resolution Style runs away from conflict; pretends it didn't happen; doesn't speak to the person who hurt them
Problem Solver Type of conflict resolution style; they work with the other person to solve the problem
Competitor Type of conflict resolution style; they fight physically or verbally for their side of the argument to win
Proactive vs Reactive A proactive person takes charge and does things to help themselves. They take responsibility for things in their life. A reactive person lets things happen to them. They blame the world (or other people for their problems).
IEP Individual Education Plan created by your SERT with you and your parents; it outlines things that you are good at and things you could get better at as well as things that will help you do well in classes and tests.
SERT Special Education Resource Teacher; this person is in the school to support you in your classes and in writing your IEP
Perfectionist someone who wants everything to be just right; they have a hard time starting tasks or finishing tasks because of this
Procrastination someone who leaves things to the last minute; they do things that are preferences rather than things that should be a priority
Anxiety feeling of worry and unease about an upcoming event or situation
scribe an accommodation where an EA or another person writes down your thoughts as you speak them outloud
SMART goal Goals that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely
Created by: ksnow on 2014-06-10



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