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My Personal Success Attitude
MPSA COURSE OUTLINE

MPSA COURSE OUTLINE

CURRICULUM COMPONENTS:
  • demonstrate the knowledge, attitudes, and positive habits needed to be individuals responsible for their own well-being
  • personal management skills
    • develop and assess personal strategies to embrace and handle change
    • develop stress management mindsets
  • transition to life after secondary school
  • increase goal setting success
  • develop personal success strategies
  • apply creative and analytical skills
  • self-reflection and self-evaluation
 SKILLS:
  • Self-evaluation
  • Self-reflection
  • open-mindedness, change of perspectives
  • decision-making
  • creativity and presentation
OBJECTIVES BY CHAPTER:
  1. Students recognize the effect and importance of the thoughts and beliefs they hold in everyday activities and in their chances for accomplishing goals and attaining desires.
  2. Students recognize the importance of the thoughts and beliefs they hold in everyday activities and the organization of thoughts into mindsets and subsequent rules.
  3. Students understand the sources of their mindset influences.
    1. Students understand mindsets change as they learn and grow and that they have control to select mindset changes.
  4. Students recognize doubtful thoughts, language and mindsets, and the ego advantages of each.
  5. Students understand how we perceive and the difference between perceptions and reality.
  6. Students understand that self-concept is an idea subject to perception and can be changed.
  7. Students understand the model for changing mindsets and demonstrate use of techniques to transform unwanted beliefs to preferable statements.
    1. Students understand mindsets about school can be improved to improve student performance.
    2. Students reflect on desires and select most important desires.  Students create affirming thoughts to increase likelihood of attaining top desires.
    3. Students attain a balanced outlook.
    4. Students research preferable mindsets based on top goals.
  8. Students develop an attitude that is open to and accepting of continuous change.
  9. Students understand problem solving and decision-making are processes affected by mindsets.
    1. Students develop mindsets to assist them in these processes.
  10. Students recognize the effect and importance of the thoughts and beliefs they hold in everyday activities and in their chances for accomplishing goals and attaining desires.
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