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Motivation is the degree to which a student will take ownership of their actions and adopt behaviors that lead to goal attainment. Students who model self-regulation, alter behaviors that support goal attainment, and decrease behaviors that do not support goal attainment are likely to strengthen their motivation to learn.

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Knowledge monitoring is a student’s ability to monitor their learning by differentiating between the known and unknown.

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Time-management is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency, or productivity.

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The Quality Enhancement Committee designed a specific model of learning communities, called Neighborhoods for Success (N4S), for the Ready, Set, Succeed! initiative. The N4S are specifically designed for flex-opt out students and will help students learn valuable skills for long-term success in college.

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