The fear of being rushed causes me to panic more than necessary, hindering my ability to effectively convey my thoughts. I believe I can overcome this hurdle by becoming more confident in myself as a student and a writer. As a student, I have to assure myself that I believe
External pressure: Many students tend to feel pressured because of the expectations of family members and teachers. They want to do their best work so that they do not let anyone down with their performance. The pressure to do well usually heightens exam stress. Also, if the learner is working towards a scholarship or particular academic goal, performing well on a test will be of paramount importance. Learners may also perceive
REPORT CRUCIAL CONVERSATIONS The book “Crucial Conversations” written by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler is a book that teach us how to handle and be prepare when crucial conversations arrive. Usually, those take place in the most unexpected moment, and it can take us by surprise generating an uncomfortable atmosphere. They are crucial because the stakes are high it is important haw to react and recognize this crucial moments, so we have to be assertive, intelligent and try to control our space in the situation with positive results.
Psychological confusion is inevitable, if students can conquer the psychological stress, then the students can conquer the loneliness, lonesome, it can concentrate on their studies, and then they will succeed. People found that stress can accelerate the epinephrine. Epinephrine can help people to pay attention , people’s thinking will more rapidly.(American psychological association,2015) stress also can motivate people’s potency, people will found that their work efficiency is several times more than before. If people cannot feel stress, they don’t have enough impetus. So, stress can help student to produce active emotion, student benefit from stress，it can help them better thinking and studying.
Knowledge is extremely powerful, especially in the modern world. It is necessary for human life to go on as it has been since the beginning of human thought. May it be the knowledge we have gained of our past, new innovations, or the ability to complete tasks efficiently, information is at the core of everything. But, too much knowledge can be a burden as well. Too much knowledge about the world can drive a person insane, if you know too much about someone, you can overthink everything and end up in a bad situation, and sometimes knowledge can ruin your creativity and innocence.
We can see through what labeling an individual can do to affect their academic experience as well as their social experience. When a person of authority is involved in an individual’s life they create a powerful impact on that individual. If that impact is in a negative manner, there will most likely be a negative effect in the future of that individual and the opposite with positive encouragement from an authority figure. This essay demonstrated how labeling theory is defined within the educational system and how authority figures can impact a student’s life in a negative or positive fashion. While I agree that labeling theory happens and the effects of this do happen, I do not agree that this accounts for the
An Individual Crisis is said to be the, “perception or experiencing of an event or situation as an intolerable difficulty that exceeds the person’s current resources and coping mechanisms” (James, 2013). If the person does not obtain relief, the crisis has the potential to cause severe malfunction. This malfunction can be behavioral or cognitive. This can leading to injurious or lethal behavior, inflicting harm on oneself or others.
People often fear change due to the uncertainty that is associated with it. Everyone deals with change differently and has a unique perspective on whether the results have positive or negative impact on their life. According to Lamberton & Minor (2014), when change affects your personal life, specific coping plans are vital in dealing with it. Change is inevitable, but how you mentally manage the crisis can either make you a stronger person or cause regressions.
Our lives are marked by events that make us grow and mature. We cannot grow if we are too comfortable. Only by being out of our comfort zone will we notice substantial transformations in ourselves. Many times, to advance through obstacles, one must endure excruciating pain. To get through difficult situations the only option might be to reinvent yourself, to replace what you thought was fair and right, and adjust yourself to the new reality.
Students are very likely to experience some or many stressors which may test their ability to cope: adapting to a new environment, balancing a heavy work load, making new friends, becoming more independent, and dealing with myriad of other issues. Looking from a closer perspective, the college students’ encounters a number of challenges in his day to day life, therefore the whole idea of an existing and vibrant college life is unveiled by these challenges which in turn contribute to
As a leader I would realize the SWOT and further take a step to develop the competencies. To evaluate oneself is a very hard job, by knowing ones SWOT one can be able to fulfill the lacking factors and enrich the factors that already
People see that confusion and disorientation as something bad and has always made them uncomfortable and embarrassed, but maybe that might not be a bad thing, according to “Higher Education Through Discombobulation” by Betsy Chitwood. She says that confusion and disorientation leads to a learning process that more people should use because it has help a lot in their learning. She quoted “ Confusion and disorientation are important in the learning process because these emotions force us to go beyond what we know in search of answers”. Having in answer to a problem make us feel great accomplish but knowing that the process will be confusion even frustrated can lead to a better understand and will be harder to forget. And problem that you have
Due to my personal goals and values, I chose Queen’s University as I knew it was the place I could grow and thrive. I selected Queens University because I value challenges very highly (exhibit C). The growth mindset shows me, when an individual can overcome great challenges in both academic and social areas the individual learns multiple useful skills such as resilience and handwork (Yeager, Scott, Dweck). I knew Queen’s would challenge me both academically and socially, and it has thus far. I find fitting in harder than ever before and adjusting to the work load difficult.