This paper is on SSH 102: Thriving In Action-Learning and development strategies. In a 1250 word (max.) capstone paper, connect the practices and strategies you have tried and integrated with at least 3 theories…
SSH 102: Thriving In Action-Learning and development strategies
Living an intentional life
In a 1250 word (max.) capstone paper, connect the practices and strategies you have tried and integrated with at least 3 theories/thinkers from the course (for example, readings, lectures, Thriving in Action Online, guest speakers, etc.).
You may wish to consider:
What have you put into action, and what research supports it?
· Firstly, how are you now coping with stress or setbacks, and what evidence-based interventions have you been trying?
· Secondly, what approaches will you carry forward into future semesters and professional pursuits, as based upon the data and material explored in this course?
The final paper will be marked out of 100; please carefully refer to the rubric provided.
For incoming and returning students alike, this upcoming semester and year will be like no other. Never before have the skills to learn and to thrive been more crucial.
Starting in August, the Faculty of Arts is offering an innovative credit course SSH102 Learning and Development Strategies: Thriving in Action.
This elective course will help you prepare to succeed in a fully virtual semester. Starting on August 19th with a 3-day intensive online class, and continuing into the fall semester with weekly meet-ups, you will learn tools and strategies to study in a virtual setting, while learning about the importance of well-being for academic success.
In this integrative course, you will learn Positive Psychology fundamentals, like gratitude, mindfulness, and self-compassion, woven together with holistic learning strategies, from time management to note-taking, studying to essay-writing. Throughout the course, you will also explore career pathways and key Ryerson services. This course will form a mind-body-heart-spirit bridge into a sustainable, healthful, and hopeful academic journey. You will walk away with an introduction to resilience. An expanded toolbox of academic strategies, and a felt sense of belonging and community. Key components to flourish as a student, especially at this time.