Political Fallout: Impact on Main Street and Wall Street
Paul Isely, Sridhar Sundaram, Erika King, Mitch Stapley, and Bob Roth discuss the roots of the financial crisis and solutions going forward at the Political Fallout: Impact on Main Street and Wall Street Breakfast Lecture on September 14, 2011.
Assess Your Learning Style
Ever wonder why your friend does great in class, but you don't? How about wondering why you do well in a marketing (or accounting, or history, or computer, or whatever!) course one semester, but poorly in that type of course the next semester? It may simply mean that the instructor's teaching style does not match your learning style. While it would be great if every instructor could tailor a course to suit all learning styles - that is probably a difficult task to accomplish.
The key to being successful in each course is determining your learning style and how to tailor the class for yourself to meet your learning style.
Start by assessing your learning styles. The site below is one of the best known sites for determining whether you are a visual, aural, reading/writing, or kinesthetic learner, hence the name VARK. If you have more than one strong learning style, then you would be considered multi-modal. This site also gives you tips on how to adapt information in a way that meets your learing style.
Learning Styles - Penn State University
When you are done discovering your learning style, use the campus resources available to help you make improvements. Go on to step three.
Third: Use your resources
Here you will find career exploration resources, learning style tips, study skills links, and university resources to help you.
Seidman Undergraduate Student Services
Page last modified November 15, 2012