4MAT 4 College
4MAT 4 College Student Study Skills
For many students their first year in college is the most crucial. Research shows that over 50% of college students will drop out before they graduate. So more and more colleges are offering first year experience programs to acclimate students to college and ensure they employ more memorable and more efficient methods of learning.
About Learning is pleased to introduce 4MAT 4 College, a 1-3 credit hour course for teaching college bound or first year college students how to improve their college experience by using the natural cycle of learning. This learning cycle is a proven process for improving learner performance and retention.
4MAT 4 College is a course for helping students learn how to learn. Students will: a) assess their learning style and examine how this might affect their study methods, b) explore proven strategies for becoming more effective learners, and c) learn to better navigate conflicts that might arise when their learning method conflicts with that of the professor.
Download our overview brochure and table of contents to learn more about 4MAT 4 College. Or call us toll free at (800) 822-4MAT, to explore the steps needed to implement this course at your institution.
4MAT 4 College Student HandBook.
Price: $33.35. Purchase this item now.
4MAT 4 College Presenters Kit
If you are facilitating this new College introductory course, you will need to purchase the complete 4MAT 4 College Presenter Kit which was created by Dr. Joan Nicoll-Senft and Dr. McCarthy to provide step by step directions for presenting the course. The Kit binder includes 8 chapter PowerPoint shows, printed slide notes for the presenter, a copy of the three assessments used in this course (Learning Type Measure, Hemispheric Mode Indicator and Traveling the Natural Cycle), a Presenter Guide, the Section rubrics and a copy of the 4MAT 4 College Learner’s HandBook.
Price: $99.00. Purchase this item now.
We would like to extend our special thanks to Dr. Joan Nicoll-Senft for her work in authoring and field testing this book at Central Connecticut State University.