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On becoming an educated person; the university and college.

Author: Virginia Voeks
Publisher: Philadelphia, Saunders, 1964.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Voeks, Virginia.
On becoming an educated person.
Philadelphia, Saunders, 1964
(OCoLC)575608170
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Virginia Voeks
OCLC Number: 186784
Description: xix, 206 pages illustrations 18 cm
Contents: The nature of an educated person. Statement of the problem --
Toward what ends are you attending college? One concept of an educated person --
Concluding remarks. Behavior which leads to becoming an educated person and also to making high grades. Introduction and a preliminary caution --
Knowing your goals --
Choosing a place to study --
Deciding when to study --
Starting study --
some ways to avoid long warming-up periods --
The use of books for becoming educated --
Profitting more fully from lectures --
Profitting from television courses --
Using special learning aids --
Learning another language --
Learning while not studying formally --
Formal reviewing for examinations --
Taking examinations with skill and freedom from terror --
Grades versus education? --
Concerning comments --
some pointers concerning the use of these suggestions. Developing ability to concentrate; reducing fatigue. Distraction: its frequency and repercussion --
Some common sources of distraction and some ways to reduce them --
Concluding comments and a forecast of things to come. Personality characteristics which handicap us; some ways to change them. A preliminary consideration of infantile habits, their causes and consequences --
Growing away from slave attitudes and hostility towards teachers --
Alleviating hostility toward parents and others --
Breaking habits of dependency, projection, and irresponsibilty --
Reducing fear of failure --
Other habits which handicap us and some ways to change them --
Toward earning a better life --
concluding comments. The nature of an educated person. Behavior which leads to becoming an educated person and also to making high grades. Developing ability to concentrate; reducing fatigue. Personality characteristics which handicap us; some ways to change them.

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