HD 103 : Strategies for Life Management

Transcript title

Strategies for Life Management

Credits

3

Grade mode

Standard letter grades

Contact hours total

30

Lecture hours

30

Description

Helps college students identify and manage internal factors that contribute to positive mental, physical and emotional health during their college journey. Through exploring proven strategies for self-management, students will be able to analyze, create and implement a personalized set of habits and routines that will support their journey through college and beyond.

Learning outcomes

1. Utilize self-awareness strategies to identify specific personal/character strengths and areas of growth.
2. Identify and analyze habits of mind and actions that can get one off track, and develop strategies to effectively self-manage to achieve goals.
3. Identify which choices will increase their physical health and wellbeing, and which choices can affect them negatively.
4. Create a comprehensive self-management plan that supports holistic health by combining the mental, emotional and physical components.

Content outline

1. Personal/Character Strengths Assessment
2. Healthy Sleep Routines
3. Anxiety and Stress Management
4. Depression
5. Grit and Persistence
6. Creating support networks
7. Effective personal and study spaces
8. Distress tolerance
9. Identifying triggers substance use
10. Self Management

Required materials

Course reading packet

Grading methods

Students will be assessed through a variety of methods including journals, projects, presentations, portfolio and final exam.

Outside of
expected

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