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Get Sorted

How to make the most of your student experience

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 160
Series:

Macmillan Study Skills

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Further Information Video course: Resilience

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Paperback - 9781137405937

17 May 2015

$19.99

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Ebook - 9781137405944

03 May 2015

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This book is about you. It's about how you can shape your student experience based on what matters to you. It helps you to 'get sorted', take control and make the most of your time at college or university.

This unique and...

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This book is about you. It's about how you can shape your student experience based on what matters to you. It helps you to 'get sorted', take control and make the most of your time at college or university. This unique and practical self-coaching guide bridges the gap between student life, academic performance and employability skills. It actively encourages students to discover ways to shape their outlooks and experiences. - There are a host of useful illustrations, diagrams, checklists, exercises and real student stories to help you get the most from the book.- It's easy to find your way around the chapters so you can pick the bits that are most relevant for you. Regardless of your subject, level of study or reasons for doing a degree, Get Sorted will prove invaluable in helping you to navigate the challenges of your student journey, and beyond.

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Bridges the gaps between study skills, student life, employability and health and wellbeing

Concise, to the point, yet full of engaging integrated features challenges, vignettes, commentaries, check lists, quotes, diagrams, illustrations

A unique selfcoaching approach actively encourages students to use given techniques to take control of their student experience. These include:

visualizing techniques boosting confidence and resilience
reflective exercises encouraging readers to challenge and change (if necessary) the way they approach everyday activities
mindfulness techniques - teaching how to enhance wellbeing
vignettes - offering different student scenarios to put these techniques into context


Introduction: Get Sorted!
Part 1 Foundations
1 Get sorted, now and every day
Part 2 Building your Resources
2 What gets you going? Finding your motivation
3 Not really with it? Getting things done by being focused
4 Lost your confidence? Finding it as a question of emphasis
5 Awaken your creative explorer
6 You and your relationships: making them work
7 Too many setbacks? Call forth your resilience whatever happens
Part 3 Enjoying the Journey
8 Being mindful of this moment
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Jeff Gill is an ICF Professionally Certified Coach with over 16 years of experience coaching students, entrepreneurs, leaders and managers. As Team Coach with the International Team Academy programme, he coaches student entrepreneurs to create and grow innovative business and social projects.  

Will Medd has a PhD in Sociology and has worked in Higher Education for over 15 years. He is also a professional work and life coach (Associate Certified Coach with the ICF and CPCC with CTI) who specialises in coaching in Higher Education. In the last 5 years he has been developing coaching in the Higher Education context, initially with PhD students and now offering coaching to all involved in university...

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Jeff Gill is an ICF Professionally Certified Coach with over 16 years of experience coaching students, entrepreneurs, leaders and managers. As Team Coach with the International Team Academy programme, he coaches student entrepreneurs to create and grow innovative business and social projects.  

Will Medd has a PhD in Sociology and has worked in Higher Education for over 15 years. He is also a professional work and life coach (Associate Certified Coach with the ICF and CPCC with CTI) who specialises in coaching in Higher Education. In the last 5 years he has been developing coaching in the Higher Education context, initially with PhD students and now offering coaching to all involved in university life.

Together they wrote Your PhD Coach and run coaching programmes for universities across the country.

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