Skills

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Part I

The skills that are important to me in this order is:

Time Management
Stress Management
Reading Comprehension
Understanding Technology
Proper Etiquette
Communication
Research Skills
Math
Financial Management

The way my top five picks can help me in the classroom environment is. It can give me an format to follow so I can handled my online course work better. And it can show me what is important in the order that is needed. It can be an guide to me for future courses.

The consequences of not mastering these top five skills is that. If you do not manage your time you will not be able to attend your classes online. Or be able to pass your classes because you do not know your material. Because you did not make time to log on online to the forums to get the weekly work. If you do not manage your stress you will be overwhelmed with the course work and not be able to continue with school. Not comprehending what you are reading will be an road block because all the course work is based on understanding what you are reading and following up on the lessons. Understanding technology is what the online course is made up of and it is the bases of the work that is needed to be done. Proper etiquette will help you to pass your class be enabling you to complete the work the right way that is asked.

The reason why I ranked the top five the way I did is. Because it can help me to complete my work and it also can be an guide to handle the online classroom. And also the reason why I ranked them the top five is it was important to me because them seemed like they are what every college student needs to…...

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