Skills21

18Jan202110:00
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11:30
Skills for Assertiveness

Do you find yourself saying yes to requests that you should really say no to? Do you have difficulty accepting constructive criticism? Do you have problems asking for what you want? Come and learn how to be assertive!

Classified as: student services, SKILLS21, student wellness hub, SKILLS21 Wellbeing, SKILLS21 Collaboration
18Jan202113:30
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14:30
Concentration and Focus

Concentration and focus are two crucial elements in your academic success. This webinar will talk about the different variables that hinder concentration including: the relationship between stress and productivity, your study space, and how you are breaking down your work.

Classified as: student services, SKILLS21, McGill Tutorial Services, SKILLS21 Wellbeing, Learning Strategies, Concentration, FOCUS, study skills
18Jan202113:30
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15:00
Getting Sound Sleep Workshop

This workshop is intended for students who have difficulty falling or staying asleep at night due to anxiety or low mood, and who face difficulty during the day as a result of poor sleep.

Classified as: student services, SKILLS21, student wellness hub, SKILLS21 Wellbeing
18Jan202116:00
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17:30
Citizenship & Culture

This session challenges students to relate leadership to citizenship, and to consider how these ideas could be practiced while at university. Then, leadership and citizenship are both related to culture to help students appreciate the importance of context.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship, SKILLS21 Leadership, Ambassadors for Campus & Community Engagement
18Jan202117:30
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19:00
Exploring Leadership

In this session, students explore the definition of leadership and consider important aspects of leadership. Different models and theories are also considered, and students begin to develop their personal philosophy of leadership.

Students must register for the event with their McGill email addresses.

Classified as: Campus Life & Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership, Ambassadors for Campus & Community Engagement
18Jan202117:30
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19:30
Introduction to Anti-Oppression

In this workshop, participants will receive an introduction to the concept of anti-oppression. Connections will be drawn between university commitments and the goals of anti-oppression. The workshop will leverage Zoom’s interactivity to engage participants in understanding equity centered terminology.

Classified as: teaching and learning services, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship, SKILLS21 Leadership
19Jan202110:00
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11:00
Strategies for Remote Learning Success

This one-hour webinar will introduce you to practical tips to enhance your academic success as a remote learner. Get effective learning strategies, time management skills, exam prep tips, and more to boost your success as a remote learner!

Classified as: teaching and learning services, SKILLS21
19Jan202113:30
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15:00

This workshop will give you the tools you need to get started and advance your research papers and projects. From identifying your research needs to producing a bibliography and everything in between, this workshop will help you take your skills to the next level. 

In this workshop you will learn about:

Classified as: Library event, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Discovery
19Jan202116:00
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17:30
Motivation

Opening with an energizing activity, this workshop will challenge students to examine their perceptions and definitions of motivation. Common themes will be explored as students discuss and discover how to find inspiration in daily life.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership, Ambassadors for Campus & Community Engagement
19Jan202117:30
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19:00
Conflict Management

Through this highly interactive workshop, students will work across potential disputes to balance their positionality and needs with the potentially conflicting desires of others.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Collaboration, Ambassadors for Campus & Community Engagement
20Jan202109:00
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10:00
Reading Effectively in a Remote Environment

This one-hour webinar covers strategies to help you make the most of your reading. By taking a strategic and active approach to reading, you’ll boost your comprehension and use your time more effectively in support of your learning.

Classified as: teaching and learning services, SKILLS21
20Jan202116:00
to
17:30
Exploring Leadership

In this session, students explore the definition of leadership and consider important aspects of leadership. Different models and theories are also considered, and students begin to develop their personal philosophy of leadership.

Students must register for the event with their McGill email addresses.

Classified as: Campus Life & Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership, Ambassadors for Campus & Community Engagement
20Jan202117:30
to
19:00
Citizenship & Culture

This session challenges students to relate leadership to citizenship, and to consider how these ideas could be practiced while at university. Then, leadership and citizenship are both related to culture to help students appreciate the importance of context.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship, SKILLS21 Leadership, Ambassadors for Campus & Community Engagement
20Jan202117:00
to
19:00
Fostering Inclusive Communities - for Junior Peacekeepers

What is anti-oppression? What is anti-racism? What is netiquette? How can I leverage my curiosity to create more inclusive communities? In this webinar, participants will learn about terminology related to equity centered education.

Classified as: teaching and learning services, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship, SKILLS21 Collaboration
21Jan202111:30
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13:30
Introduction to Anti-Oppression

In this workshop, participants will receive an introduction to the concept of anti-oppression. Connections will be drawn between university commitments and the goals of anti-oppression. The workshop will leverage Zoom’s interactivity to engage participants in understanding equity centered terminology.

Classified as: teaching and learning services, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship, SKILLS21 Leadership

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