"A valuable resource for the serious student and for those who aspire to be serious students. I'll be recommending The College Success Book to my clients..." -- Dennis Heitzmann, Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, Pennsylvania State UniversityThe College Success Book
emphasizes critical thinking, creativity, and continuous learning rather than relying solely on the techniques of gaining knowledge. . . well suited to the needs of students and the rigors of learning in post-secondary institutions. -- Judy Chapman, Professor, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
A valuable resource for the serious student and for those who aspire to be serious students. I'll be recommending The College Success Book
to my clients. . . . -- Dennis Heitzmann, Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, Pennsylvania State University
The College Success Book: A Whole-student Approach To Academic Excellence takes an active approach that emphasizes the mechanics of learning and encourages students to take personal control over all aspects of the learning process. The "whole student" approach is unique to study skills instruction, and the holistic, wellness approach to academic success incorporates knowledge of the impact of factors such as diet, stress control, exercise, and sleep upon learning outcomes. The College Success Book provides students with a wide array of skills that will lead to success in college and beyond. use of The College Success Book will enable students to increase productive skills and attitudes that can effectively guide them through the "information over-load" that is characteristic of most college settings. -- Midwest Book Review
About the Author
James E. Groccia is former director of the Center for Curricular Innovation and Educational Development at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He received his doctorate in Educational Psychology and Guidance from the University of Tennessee. He is a Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor and is a member of the American Association for Counseling and Development and the American College Personnel Association.