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  • Successful Transitions Autumn 2018

    Juggling timetables & planning for the 1st assessment tasks

    Curriculum aligned for NURSING Dr Jeannette Stirling, Senior Honarary Fellow, Learning Development

  • This seminar will.

    Help you begin to prepare the first assessment tasks.

    Introduce some basic first principles of academic study

    to help you keep pace with your workload.

    Suggest some strategies for setting study timelines &

    reading schedules.

  • Planning assessments

    Deep breaths. Focus. Plan your

    approach.

  • Get tactical. Plan ahead.

  • Upcoming assignments

  • Subject Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment

    NMIH101 Week 3Formative

    Assessment:

    In-class Presentation

    Week 4Online activityPart 1: 700 words

    20%

    Weeks 9 & 10

    Group presentationsA. Group Interaction

    B. Written Summary

    C. Presentation & Referencing

    30%

    Week 13Essay

    2500 wds.

    50%

    NMIH102 Week 2In Session Quiz

    Multiple Choice

    10%

    Week 5

    In Session Quiz Multiple Choice

    10%

    Week 10Case Study

    2000 words

    40%

    Exam PeriodFinal exam

    40%

    NMIH103 Week 3 Formative

    Assessment

    Week 7Essay

    2000wds.

    45%

    Exam Period

    Final exam

    55%

    NMIH104 Week 4 Formative Assessment

    Week 6Multiple Choice Quiz

    20%

    Week 8Essay

    2000wds.

    40%

    Week ?Nursing Competency

    Assessment Schedule

    (NCAS)Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Exam PeriodFinal exam

    40%

  • Formative Assessment: In-class presentations NMIH101

    Research

    Content

    Visual & oral communication

    Discussion

    Time management

  • Tip: dont let anxiety overtake you before

    you begin

    Prepare, prepare, prepare

    Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse.

  • Presentation checklist.

    Clearly introduce your topic.

    Define key terms & / or concepts for your audience?

    Make your discussion proceed logically.

    Speak clearly to your audience.

    Provide a conclusion that clearly follows your discussion points.

  • Preparing for Multiple Choice quizzes

    NMIH102 & NMIH104:

    MC quizzes usually only cover material discussed

    in lectures & tutorials (Questions can test your

    knowledge & your ability to apply that knowledge).

    Look at the main ideas/concepts for each week &

    create flash cards.

    Write definitions, main ideas & supporting

    information on one side of the cards with prompts

    on the reverse side.

  • Multiple choice quizzes.

    Be aware of the rules about

    guessing.

    Make a time plan.

    Read the questions carefully.

    Be alert for words commonly used in MCQs.

    Answer easy

    questions first harder ones later.

    Try to think of the

    answers before reading

    the choices.

    Make sure to answer

    in the proper space.

  • How would you explain the concept of self-awareness / empathy / emotional intelligence to another person?

    700 wds.

    Have you chosen a concept?

    Do you understand what youre being asked to do?

    What background readings will help you develop your discussion?

    Lets analyse the instructions together.

    Writing for the Online Activity due Week 4:

    NMIH101

  • This means .

    Analyse the task:

    What are the key terms & instruction words?

    What is your main argument / purpose / focus for the discussion?

    Briefly map plan of action:

    How do you need to order your response?

    Plan each stage so that when you can be fairly sure that youre going to address all aspects of the topic.

    Consider the key terms:

    Do you understand the meaning of all the terms / ideas relevant to the task?

  • Getting started:

    a snapshot of the study process

    Effective study

    Why?Motivation

    Personal goals

    Positive imaging

    What?Organisation

    Priorities

    Goals

    Where?Room arrangement

    Light

    Temperature

    Familiarity

    How?Preview

    Question

    Read

    Summarise

    Test

    When?Time management

    Body rhythms

    Sleep

    Nutrition & exercise

  • Why?

    Personal goals

    Evaluation of research for an essay / report /

    case study / review

    Revision for a tutorial session

    Preparation for an exam

  • Where?

    Set up a quiet place where you can

    study & minimise distractions.

    Establish a space to use on a regular

    basis.

    Keep the space oriented to study & as

    uncluttered as possible.

  • When?

    Draw up a study planner.

    Blank out times when you are at lectures,

    tutorials or working.

    Blank out family & recreation time.

    The time you have left is the time you

    have for study sessions.

  • Monday Tues. Weds. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun.

    9.30 Lecture 1 Tutorial 2 ? ? ?

    10.30 Tutorial 1 ? ? Lecture 3 ?

    11.30 Tutorial1 ? ? ? ?

    12.30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch

    1.30 ? ? ? Tutorial 4 ?

    2.30 ? Lecture 2 ? Tutorial 4 ?

    3.30 ? Lecture 2 Tutorial 3 ? ?

    4.30 ? ? Tutorial 3 Lecture 4 ?

    5.30 ? ? ? ? ?

    6.30 Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner

    7.30

    8.30

    Sample of a weekly schedule

  • Keep track: of how you spend your time for a whole week &

    decide where & how you need to adapt your study plan.

    Try to identify: your red and green zones.

    Be realistic: anticipate how long things are going to take on

    the basis of experience.

    Keep an eye on the horizon: know what assessment tasks are

    coming up in each subject so that you can adjust your plan

    accordingly.

  • Effective time management IS about

    the satisfaction of getting things done;

    meeting more of your needs in all areas of your life;

    feeling better about yourself;

    leaving yourself with more time for leisure & fun not less.

  • YOU MAY NEED to spend more time

    studying the subjects or concepts that you find

    most difficult.

    NOT beingobsessed withevery minute, miserable & having absolutely NO fun!IS meeting more of the needs in ALL areas of your life

    I WILL learn the main concepts discussed in

    lectures from weeks 1-3

    I WILL read through & summarise chapters 3 & 4

    I WILL work through 5 equations

    RESEARCH shows that its better to study in short, concentrated sessions.

    AIM for a series of 50 minute blocks

    Set study periods

    Identify goals for

    each session

    Plan & prioritise

    Time management

  • SURVEYBefore you begin to study, survey

    the material to get an overview.

    Look at chapter titles; sub headings;

    introductions; conclusions; & so

    on.

    Identify key words or phrases that link

    back to your purpose for

    reading.

    What do you already know about an idea or topic? Jot down your first-response

    thoughts.

    As you survey the materials, ask

    yourself what was said about various chapters / ideas in

    the lectures.

    QUESTIONTurn chapter titles & sub headings into navigational aids.

    READRead through the

    material once without making notes.

    RECALLWith the book shut,

    try to recall what you have read.

    REVIEWReview all your notes

    at the end of each study period.

    How? SQ3R study method

  • Develop a style of note taking

  • Your notes might look something like

    Readings Notes Comments

    Marmot, M 2005, Social

    determinants of health, The

    Lancet, vol. 365, no. 9464,

    pp.1099-1104.

    Marmots (2005) looking at the links

    between poverty, inequality & their

    causes, as a way of understanding

    these factors in relationship to

    health.

    He seems to refer to

    global economic issues

    as well as what these

    mean locally Not sure

    how thisll work with my

    essay Come back to

    it.

    Anderson, I et al. 2006,

    Indigenous health in

    Australia, New Zealand and

    the Pacific, The Lancet,

    vol. 367, no. 9524, pp.1775-

    1785

    Anderson et al. use case studies

    from 3 regions to survey the state of

    Indigenous health & review the

    connections between identified

    health areas & policy.

    I like the way this paper

    looks at the connections

    between government

    policies & health in these

    communities. Still need

    to read a bit more about

    social determinants

    Complicated. But think I

    can see a way to draw

    on Marmot. Yaay!

  • Sample concept map: useful for clarifying links

  • YOUR NOTES from various sources (lecture notes; tutorial notes; research reading; etc.) according to topic areas.

    Condense

    THE MAIN POINTS from these condensed readings to produce a single summary sheet of headings with key points; key words; names; etc., for that topic.

    Extract

    TO PRODUCE a single master summary sheet which connects the various topics via key ideas as they are covered in the subject.

    Aim

    Summarise

  • What do you think youll need to do for next

    week?

  • Version History

    Stirling, Jeannette, 2015-2016

    Stirling, Jeannette, 2015-2016, updated & reordered with new

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