April 10, 2018 – Living and Learning Workshops give Santa Fe College students, faculty and staff the opportunity to learn more about themselves to gain insight on the personal, career and academic issues that can impact the quality of life.
This week’s workshop will be presented by SF Mathematics department chair Dr. Katy Arnold on the topic of “Mastering Math Anxiety.”
Are you nervous about taking math classes, or overwhelmed in class? Do you prepare, but then have trouble on test day? Math anxiety affects many students, and the good news is there are strategies you can implement to help overcome your math anxiety.
Students who struggle with test anxiety in math are welcomed to this workshop that will explore the causes and symptoms, help develop the skills needed to understand mathematical concepts, as well as examine stress reduction strategies.
The workshop will be held Thursday, April 12, 2018, from 1 – 2 p.m. in the SF Counseling Center, Building R, Room 227.
Living and Learning Workshops are part of a series presented by the SF Counseling Center. For more information, visit sfcollege.edu/counseling/workshops.