A first-of-its-kind journal, 27 Moments of Reflection: A Self-Discovery and Empowerment Journal was created to help first-generation college students live out their full potential.
According to research, first-generation students are more likely to experience symptoms of depression, higher levels of stress, lower levels of life satisfaction, and a decreased sense of belonging; hence, these underlying symptoms may end up blocking them from achieving their true potential.
Studies show that the easiest and most economical way to deal with these disempowering psychological clog is to keep a journal–that’s exactly what 27 Moments of Reflection: A Self-Discovery and Empowerment Journal is designed to help first-generation college students do. It is a dynamic resource and tool to support first-generation college students’ ongoing development and contribute to collegiate success.
A first-of-its-kind journal, with at least 27 questions and prompts systematically arranged across 159 pages, this will help first-generation college students with getting to know themselves better, become more confident, and embrace their unique journey with much enthusiasm.
Language : English
Paperback : 159 pages
ISBN-10 : 0999641816
ISBN-13 : 978-0999641811
Item Weight : 8.8 ounces
Dimensions : 6 x 0.36 x 9 inches
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Great reflection questions and having them in our school colors made them perfect for our event!
Where was this during my college days? Coupled with the book, 1865, I hope to get them for new students each year.
It’s certainly more than 27 moments of reflection here. It’s helped my students to thinking about not only where they are, but where they’ve been, and where they want to go. Great investment.
Got these for my students to use as a part of our small groups. We’ve had some really great discussions so far. I really like that not only are my students thinking, but I’m often left reflecting for days myself. It has certainly been worth it!