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Taking the High Road study skills class begins soon

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Bob Pratt Bob Pratt Cook County Higher Education is pleased to work with Robert Pratt, Ph.D. in offering the study skills course Taking the High Road. This multi-session program is based on the book The Academic Warrior: Becoming a Purposeful Learner and begins on Wednesday, February 5. This program helps participants of all ages learn the characteristics, study skills and strategies of a successful student, and how to apply them to studies and everyday life.

The program emphasizes several different skills and how to develop the proper mind set. These include:

. Study strategies, reading textbooks, note taking and test preparation.

. Finding the right attitude, staying focused, time management, planning, applying grit to rigorous studies and situations .

. Mental preparation, activating memory for rapid learning and retention, self-testing.

Current students will practice by applying these skills “hands-on” to their studies.

This interactive and engaging course is being taught by Robert Pratt, Ph.D., a retired education professor and college student counselor. Classes are offered on Wednesdays, beginning February 5 and run from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. at the North Shore Campus in Grand Marais.

Participants can take one session or attend all six. The cost for all sessions is $40. Scholarships are available. The course fee includes a free copy of Dr. Pratt’s book The Academic Warrior: Becoming a Purposeful Learner.

For more information and to register, please contact Cook County Higher Education at highered@northshorecampus.org or call 387-3411.

This workshop series is supported with a generous grant from the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.


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