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Learning for Life: Integrating Student Success "Hard Skills" and "Soft Skills" Into Developmental Education Courses 
February 7, 2013   1:00pm - 2:00pm
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0.10 CH  
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Do you want your developmental education students to come to class prepared and to know how to learn? Then teach them how. It is easy to integrate the academic "hard skills" such as note-taking, test-taking, critical reading and critical writing into the curriculum by making them part of what you teach and assign. Add the lifelong "soft skills" of time management, stress management, setting and achieving goals, interdependency and cooperation, lifelong learning, and you have equipped your students for success in the classroom and in life.

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