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Tips for Successful StudentsGuidelines and Thoughts for Academic Success Adapted and shortened in 2005 by Alison Lake and Carl von Baeyer from a web page by Steve Thien, Kansas State University, which was based on the following articles in The Teaching Professor. Larry M Ludewig, "Ten Commandments for Effective Study Skills," Dec 1992. John H. Williams, "Clarifying Grade Expectations," Aug/Sep 1993. Paul Solomon and Annette Nellon, "Communicating About the Behavioral Dimensions of Grades," Feb 1996. ________________________________________ Successful students exhibit a combination of successful attitudes and behaviors as well as intellectual capacity. Successful students . . . 1. . . . are responsible and active. Successful students get involved in their studies, accept responsibility for their own education, and are active participants in it! Responsibility is the difference between leading and being led. Active classroom participation improves grades without increasing study time. You can sit there, act bored, daydream, or sleep. Or you can actively listen, think, question, and take notes like someone in charge of their learning experience. Either option costs one class period. However, the former method will require a large degree of additional work outside of class to achieve the same degree of learning the latter provides at one sitting. 2. . . . have educational goals. Successful students are motivated by what their goals represent in terms of career aspirations and life's desires. Ask yourself these questions: What am I doing here? Is there some better place I could be? What does my presence here mean to me?Answers to these questions represent your "Hot Buttons" and are, without a doubt, the most important factors in your success as a college student. If your educational goals are truly yours, not someone else's, they will motivate a vital and positive academic attitude. If you are familiar with what these hot buttons represent and refer to them often, especially when you tire of being a student, nothing can stop you; if you aren't and don't, everything can, and will! 3. . . . ask questions. Successful students ask questions to provide the quickest route between ignorance and knowledge.In addition to securing knowledge you seek, asking questions has at least two other extremely important benefits. The process helps you pay attention to your professor and helps your professor pay attention to you! Think about it. If you want something, go after it. Get the answer now, or fail a question later. There are no foolish questions, only foolish silence. It's your choice. 4. . . . learn that a student and a professor make a team. Most instructors want exactly what you want: they would like for you to learn the material in their respective classes and earn a good grade.Successful students reflect well on the efforts of any teacher; if you have learned your material, the instructor takes some justifiable pride in teaching. Join forces with your instructor, they are not an enemy, you share the same interests, the same goals - in short, you're teammates. Get to know your professor. You're the most valuable players on the same team. Your jobs are to work together for mutual success. Neither wishes to chalk up a losing season. Be a team player! 5. . . . don't sit in the back. Successful students minimize classroom distractions that interfere with learning.Students want the best seat available for their entertainment dollars, but willingly seek the worst seat for their educational dollars. Students who sit in the back cannot possibly be their professor's teammate (see no. 4). Why do they expose themselves to the temptations of inactive classroom experiences and distractions of all the people between them and their instructor? Of course, we know they chose the back of the classroom because they seek invisibility or anonymity, both of which are antithetical to efficient and effective learning. If you are trying not to be part of the class, why, then, are you wasting your time? Push your hot buttons, is their something else you should be doing with your time? 6. . . . take good notes. Successful students take notes that are understandable and organized, and review them often.Why put something into your notes you don't understand? Ask the questions now that are necessary to make your notes meaningful at some later time. A short review of your notes while the material is still fresh on your mind helps your learn more. The more you learn then, the less you'll have to learn later and the less time it will take because you won't have to include some deciphering time, also. The whole purpose of taking notes is to use them, and use them often. The more you use them, the more they improve. 7. . . . understand that actions affect learning. Successful students know their personal behavior affect their feelings and emotions which in turn can affect learning.If you act in a certain way that normally produces particular feelings, you will begin to experience those feelings. Act like you're bored, and you'll become bored. Act like you're uninterested, and you'll become uninterested. So the next time you have trouble concentrating in the classroom, "act" like an interested person: lean forward, place your feet flat on the floor, maintain eye contact with the professor, nod occasionally, take notes, and ask questions. Not only will you benefit directly from your actions, your classmates and professor may also get more excited and enthusiastic. 8. . . . talk about what they're learning. Successful students get to know something well enough that they can put it into words.Talking about something, with friends or classmates, is not only good for checking whether or not you know something, its a proven learning tool. Transferring ideas into words provides the most direct path for moving knowledge from short-term to long-term memory. You really don't "know" material until you can put it into words. So, next time you study, don't do it silently. Talk about notes, problems, readings, etc. with friends, recite to a chair, organize an oral study group, pretend you're teaching your peers. "Talk-learning" produces a whole host of memory traces that result in more learning. 9. . . . don't cram for exams. Successful students know that divided periods of study are more effective than cram sessions, and they practice it.If there is one thing that study skills specialists agree on, it is that distributed study is better than massed, late-night, last-ditch efforts known as cramming. You'll learn more, remember more, and earn a higher grade by studying in four, one hour-a-night sessions for Friday's exam than studying for four hours straight on Thursday night. Short, concentrated preparatory efforts are more efficient and rewarding than wasteful, inattentive, last moment marathons. Yet, so many students fail to learn this lesson and end up repeating it over and over again until it becomes a wasteful habit. Not too clever, huh? 10. . . . are good time managers. Successful students do not procrastinate. They have learned that time control is life control and have consciously chosen to be in control of their life.An elemental truth: you will either control time or be controlled by it! It's your choice: you can lead or be led, establish control or relinquish control, steer your own course or follow others. Failure to take control of their own time is probably the no. 1 study skills problem for college students. It ultimately causes many students to become non-students! Procrastinators are good excuse-makers. Don't make academics harder on yourself than it has to be. Stop procrastinating. And don't wait until tomorrow to do it! ________________________________________ Successful students can be distinguished from the average student by their attitudes and behaviors. Below are some profiles that typically distinguish between an "A" student and a "C" student. Where do you fit in this scheme? The "A" Student - An Outstanding Student ATTENDANCE: "A" students have virtually perfect attendance. Their commitment to the class is a high priority and exceeds other temptations. PREPARATION: "A" students are prepared for class. They always read the assignment. Their attention to detail is such that they occasionally can elaborate on class examples. CURIOSITY: "A" students demonstrate interest in the class and the subject. They look up or dig out what they don't understand. They often ask interesting questions or make thoughtful comments. RETENTION: "A" students have retentive minds and practice making retentive connections. They are able to connect past learning with the present. They bring a background of knowledge with them to their classes. They focus on learning concepts rather than memorizing details. ATTITUDE: "A" students have a winning attitude. They have both the determination and the self-discipline necessary for success. They show initiative. They do things they have not been told to do. TALENT: "A" students demonstrate a special talent. It may be exceptional intelligence and insight. It may be unusual creativity, organizational skills, commitment - or a some combination. These gifts are evident to the teacher and usually to the other students as well. EFFORT: "A" students match their effort to the demands of an assignment. COMMUNICATIONS: "A" students place a high priority on writing and speaking in a manner that conveys clarity and thoughtful organization. Attention is paid to conciseness and completeness. RESULTS: "A" students make high grades on tests - usually the highest in the class. Their work is a pleasure to grade. The "C" Student - An Average Student ATTENDANCE: "C" students are often late and miss class frequently. They put other priorities ahead of academic work. In some cases, their health or constant fatigue renders them physically unable to keep up with the demands of high-level performance. PREPARATION: "C" students may prepare their assignments consistently, but often in a perfunctory manner. Their work may be sloppy or careless. At times, it is incomplete or late. CURIOSITY: "C" students seldom explore topics deeper than their face value. They lack vision and bypass interconnectedness of concepts. Immediate relevancy is often their singular test for involvement. RETENTION: "C" students retain less information and for shorter periods. Less effort seems to go toward organizing and associating learned information with previously acquired knowledge. They display short-term retention by relying on cramming sessions that focus on details, not concepts. ATTITUDE: "C" students are not visibly committed to class. They participate without enthusiasm. Their body language often expresses boredom. TALENT: "C" students vary enormously in talent. Some have exceptional ability but show undeniable signs of poor self-management or bad attitudes. Others are diligent but simply average in academic ability. EFFORT: "C" students are capable of sufficient effort, but either fail to realistically evaluate the effort needed to accomplish a task successfully, or lack the desire to meet the challenge. COMMUNICATIONS: "C" students communicate in ways that often limit comprehension or risk misinterpretation. Ideas are not well formulated before they are expressed. Poor listening/reading habits inhibit matching inquiry and response. RESULTS: "C" students obtain mediocre or inconsistent results on tests. They have some concept of what is going on but clearly have not mastered the material.

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PostSubject: PROPOSED SSG COMELEC GUIDELINES TO BE USED IN THE CONDUCT OF THE NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTIONS   Thu Apr 24, 2014 9:52 pm

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The Propose 2014-2015 SUPREME STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTION GUIDELINES The following set of guidelines will be used in connection with the conduct of the Elections for Supreme Student Government for SY 2014 – 2015:


I. The SSG COMELEC AND THE SSG ADVISER a. The Commission on Elections, herein referred to as the SSG COMELEC, shall be established within forty-five (45) days before the day of election. b. The SSG COMELEC shall be the only agency that will manage the electoral process, including the campaign. c. The SSG COMELEC shall be compose of eleven (11) members represented by each year level who do not have vested interest in the election, or in any way related to any of the candidates, and who shall select a chairperson among themselves. d. The composition of the members shall be three (3) from the First Year Level (incoming Second Year), four (4) from the Second Year Level (incoming Third Year) and four (4) from the Third Year Level (incoming Fourth Year). e. The members of the SSG COMELEC shall be appointed by the adviser of the SSG. f. The SSG COMELEC shall have the following duties and responsibilities: i. Conduct fair, honest and systematic elections; ii. Formulate an Election Code or modify an existing Election Code if necessary subject to the approval of the School Head; iii. Validate the electoral proceedings and result; iv. Accept or revoke candidacy; v. Proclaim the new set of officers; vi. Keep all pertinent election papers/documents; vii. Decide upon protest relative to the conduct and result of the elections; viii. Prepare and distribute the necessary election paraphernalia, certificate of candidacy forms and other election related materials before, during, and after the election; and, ix. Disqualify candidates who have violated any of the guidelines, which have been promulgated. g. From among the members of the SSG COMELEC, excluding the SSG COMELEC Chairperson, four (4) SSG Boards of Election Tellers (BET) will be formed composed of 2 members each. A BET will be in-charge of the voting precinct exclusive for a year level. h. The members of the SSG COMELEC who are not assigned as BET members shall comprise the SSG COMELEC Board of Canvassers (BOC). The BOC shall be headed by the SSG COMELEC Chairperson. The BOC will be responsible for the canvassing of votes tallied by the four BET. Likewise, the BOC will make the proclamation of the elected SSG officers. i. The SSG COMELEC shall submit a comprehensive report on the conduct of the elections within 5 days after the conclusion of the elections. j. The SSG Adviser must be at all times present in the SSG COMELEC meetings. k. The SSG Adviser must provide sound advice to the SSG COMELEC before passing a judgement or resolution on a case without curtailing the rights of the SSG COMELEC members individually or as a collegial body. l. The SSG Adviser must note and sign all decisions of the SSG COMELEC.
II. The Candidates and Parties a. Candidates for all SSG elective positions must: i. be bona fide students of DREESMNHSl; ii. be of good academic standing with a general average of 85 and above without any failing grade during the 1st to 3rd grading period of the current school year; iii. be of good moral character; and, iv. have not been subjected to any disciplinary sanction. b. Candidates must submit the following documents as schedule in the Office of the SSG Comelec: i. Duly accomplished Application Form available at the SSG COMELEC Secretariat; ii. Certified true copy of Form 138 (To be submitted not later than 12:00 noon as dated ); iii. Certificate of Good Moral Character; and iv. Parents permit stating that they are allowing the candidate to take part in the election processes. c. All official candidates will be required to attend an orientation meeting AS PRESCRIBED to be conducted by the SSG COMELEC. In the said meeting a covenant for peaceful, orderly and honest elections will be signed by all candidates and members of SSG COMELEC. d. All official candidates are entitled to a copy of this 2011 SUPREME STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTION GUIDELINES e. Candidates for president and vice president will be invited to a debate. The debate, which will be organized by the editorial staff of the BREEZE - the school organ. The debate format, composition of panel of interrogators, and possible questions to be asked in the debate prepared by the media are subject to approval by the Principal. f. If a candidate decides not to continue with his/her candidacy, he/she may be substituted by a qualified candidate nominated by his/her party not later than as prescribed.. g. Only two dominant parties will be recognized by the SSG COMELEC. Their dominance will be based on the following: i. Completeness of election ticket; ii. Ability to wage a school-wide campaign; and iii. Performance in the previous election. h. Candidates who do not belong to the dominant parties will be considered independent candidates. The dominant parties are entitled to a maximum of ten (10) poll watchers, including the campaign manager. The poll watchers will be allowed to observe the conduct of the elections and the counting of votes. i. Only the dominant parties are entitled to a copy of Election Returns from the BET and Election Results duly authenticated by the SSG BOC.
The Campaign a. The campaign period will start as scheduled by the SSG COMELEC for 2014-2015. b. A candidate will not be allowed to spend more than Php 0.25/voter. Win or lose, he/she will be required to submit an accounting of election spending to the SSG COMELEC the deadline of which will be 2 school days after the conclusion of the elections. c. Constructive campaigning shall be strictly observed. Negative campaigning will be referred by the SSG COMELEC to the Guidance ad Counselling Center for appropriate action. d. Parents, teachers, non-teaching personnel and members of the alumni are strictly prohibited to campaign for or against any candidate. e. The SSG COMELEC shall establish five common poster boards to be located at the following areas: i. In front of Lobby ii. In front of the school canteen iii. In front of the Main building f. All posters must not be more than 8½ by 11½, reviewed and approved by the SSG COMELEC. Use of tarpaulin as campaign material and campaign flyers are banned. g. Use of other campaign materials such as pins, hats, nameplates, etc is subject to approval by the SSG COMELEC. Use of sample ballots is strictly prohibited.
IV. The Voters a. For this election, all bona fide students of DON RUBEN E ECLEO SR MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL will be allowed to vote. b. In the succeeding elections, students with disciplinary or behavioural offense such as absenteeism, tardiness, disrespectfulness, dishonesty etc. will be banned from participating in the SSG elections.
V. The Voting Procedures a. The voting shall take place at the DREESMNHS MINI Cultural Hall. b. Voting shall start as prescribed by the DREESMNHS SSG COMELEC c. Voters may be allowed to vote only during any of the following time: i. during free time; ii. lunch break; or iii. TVE period. d. Before allowing the first voter to cast his/her ballot, let the watchers inspect the ballot box. Inside box should be free from any object. e. Voters will fall in line and wait for his/her turn to be served by the BEI. f. The BEI, upon confirmation of the voter’s identity in the voters’ list, will give the voter an official ballot after the voter affix his signature and finger print in the voters’ list opposite his printed name. h. The voter will proceed to the armchair to be assigned to him/her and shade write in a prescribe ballot with a specific position. i. As soon as he/she finished accomplishing the ballot, the ballot will be dropped inside the designated ballot box. j. The voter will be requested to leave the polling place after he/she has cast his ballot.
The Counting Procedures a. Immediately after the close of the voting, the four BEI will tally the votes in their respective precincts. b. Before tallying, the members of the BEI should see to it that the poll watchers are present to observe the entire proceedings, tally board is ready and displayed for public viewing, and counting paraphernalia are prepared. c. Once the counting starts, it should not be halted until the last ballot is counted. d. The members of the BEI will open the ballot box and count the ballots to determine if the number is equal to the number of actual number of voters. e. The ballots will be arranged in piles of fifty (50) ballots and hold together by rubber band. f. One of the members of the BEI will read the content of the ballot while the second member records the votes in the tally board. The watchers and the public must be given an unimpeded view of the ballot being read and the tally board. g. For every pile of fifty ballots, the votes of each candidate will be written in words after the last entry vote. h. The SSG COMELEC should preserve the physical appearance of all the counted ballots for at least one school year. They should not be altered, torn, burned, watered or lost. i. After tallying all the ballots, the BEI will accomplish the Election Return Form which will be the basis in the canvassing of votes by the BOC. j. The first copy of Election Returns will be submitted to the BOC, the second copy to be kept by the BEI, the third and fourth copy will be given to the dominant parties. k. After all the four BEI have submitted the Election Returns, the BOC will convene to canvass the votes, with the SSG COMELEC Chairperson reading the contents of the Election Returns, and the second and third members recording the results in the final tally sheet and final Election Results Form. l. The total votes in words and in numeral will be recorded for each candidate. m. If two or more candidates received the same number of votes, the winner shall be determined through a toss coin. This process must be done in the presence of the contending candidates, their supporters and school officials.
VIII. TheElection Protest a. An election may be contested if an alleged act may have caused the vote to show a result different from the one that would have resulted. b. The burden is upon the complainant to prove the allegation. c. If a candidate wishes to contest the election, he/she must do so in writing within twenty-four (24) hours after the proclamation of winners. The protest should detail the reasons for contesting the results. If available, sworn statements of witnesses will be required as attachments to the complaint. d. The SSG COMELEC, sitting en banc, must deliberate and decide on the complaint within seventy-two (72) hours after the receipt of the complaint. This 2015 SUPREME STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTION GUIDELINES was promulgated and approved by the SSG COMELEC and to be used as basis in the conduct of the SSG Elections as manifested by their signatures below. SSG COMELEC Chairperson _____________________ Member _______________________ Noted: SSG Adviser


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