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What is the attitude of an "A" student?
The finest possible educational environment includes the availability of outstanding academic advising and a genuine caring attitude toward the student - inseparable partners in higher education. [ Some simple suggestions for demonstrating a genuine caring attitude by all advising personnel include: 1) Greeting advisees with a smile. Care enough to greet advisees with a warm welcome and a
million-dollar smile to help ease student anxiety. Your smile costs nothing, yet it means everything! 2) Radiating a friendly attitude Be sure that a friendly attitude radiates from your office setting. Try to make advisees feel that in your office they can expect concern, compassion, friendliness, encouragement, trust, and confidence. Anyone with advising responsibilities (including the office secretary or receptionist) must never react to a student as though the student is an interruption of work. The student, after all is the office work! 3) Having an interesting office Strive to have a physically attractive and interesting office - perhaps with live plants, paintings or pictures on the walls, and soft background music. The office might be decorated in a specific theme such as the school mascot or a particular kind of plant or color scheme. The office should be a haven of enjoyment and conversation for advisees who enter. 4) Knowing the names of advisees Be sure to familiarize yourself with the names of advisees. Call the students by their first names so that they will feel at ease during advising sessions. 5) Avoiding threatening actions Care enough to avoid threatening body language. When possible, sit on the same side of your desk with your advisees. You should not let the desk of authority separate you from your advisees and thus cause you to lose some of your advising effectiveness. Also, you should face the advisee squarely. ]
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Weegy: The finest possible educational environment includes the availability of outstanding academic advising and a genuine caring attitude toward the student - inseparable partners in higher education. [ Some simple suggestions for demonstrating a genuine caring attitude by all advising personnel include: 1) Greeting advisees with a smile. Care enough to greet advisees with a warm welcome and a million-dollar smile to help ease student anxiety. Your smile costs nothing, yet it means everything! 2) Radiating a friendly attitude Be sure that a friendly attitude radiates from your office setting. Try to make advisees feel that in your office they can expect concern, compassion, friendliness, encouragement, trust, and confidence. Anyone with advising responsibilities (including the office secretary or receptionist) must never react to a student as though the student is an interruption of work. The student, after all is the office work! 3) Having an interesting office Strive to have a physically attractive and interesting office - perhaps with live plants, paintings or pictures on the walls, and soft background music. The office might be decorated in a specific theme such as the school mascot or a particular kind of plant or color scheme. The office should be a haven of enjoyment and conversation for advisees who enter. 4) Knowing the names of advisees Be sure to familiarize yourself with the names of advisees. Call the students by their first names so that they will feel at ease during advising sessions. 5) Avoiding threatening actions Care enough to avoid threatening body language. When possible, sit on the same side of your desk with your advisees. You should not let the desk of authority separate you from your advisees and thus cause you to lose some of your advising effectiveness. Also, you should face the advisee squarely. ]
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User: this has nothing to do with astudent who makes "A's"



Weegy: students become active, responsible learners and BrainBlisters are attitudes of an A student Any other question? If satisfied with the answer, please click "Good"
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User: How does an A student dress?

Weegy: Simple and Neat.
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User: do they participate in extra curricular activties?

Weegy: Yes. and even Sports. Click "Good" if satisfied with the response.
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User: what type of language do they use towards their peers and adults?

Weegy: As like a regular kid. They excel mostly in activities and activities in school.
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User: no i mean do they use profanity and are kind of rude?

Weegy: No. They are trained for Values.
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User: im an A student and im the complete opposite of how a typical "A" student is supposed to act.

Weegy: Oh. How's that?
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User: i curse i stay in style im not rude to adults though but you wouldnt even know i was an Astudent unless you were in my class

Weegy: A student excel in academics. That is their strenght.
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User: im very smart im in the 9th grade and im taking college level classes

Weegy: Great! Congrats! A typical kid with a high level of Academic Knowledge. I would say that is normal. Just look at your weakness and try to strenghten them. If attitude is the problem, then find a way to change it. [ Click "Good" if satisfied with the response. ]
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Weegy: The finest possible educational environment includes the availability of outstanding academic advising and a genuine caring attitude toward the student - inseparable partners in higher education. [ Some simple suggestions for demonstrating a genuine caring attitude by all advising personnel include: 1) Greeting advisees with a smile. Care enough to greet advisees with a warm welcome and a million-dollar smile to help ease student anxiety. Your smile costs nothing, yet it means everything! 2) Radiating a friendly attitude Be sure that a friendly attitude radiates from your office setting. Try to make advisees feel that in your office they can expect concern, compassion, friendliness, encouragement, trust, and confidence. Anyone with advising responsibilities (including the office secretary or receptionist) must never react to a student as though the student is an interruption of work. The student, after all is the office work! 3) Having an interesting office Strive to have a physically attractive and interesting office - perhaps with live plants, paintings or pictures on the walls, and soft background music. The office might be decorated in a specific theme such as the school mascot or a particular kind of plant or color scheme. The office should be a haven of enjoyment and conversation for advisees who enter. 4) Knowing the names of advisees Be sure to familiarize yourself with the names of advisees. Call the students by their first names so that they will feel at ease during advising sessions. 5) Avoiding threatening actions Care enough to avoid threatening body language. When possible, sit on the same side of your desk with your advisees. You should not let the desk of authority separate you from your advisees and thus cause you to lose some of your advising effectiveness. Also, you should face the advisee squarely. ] (More)
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