Just came across an amazing study skills website that made me excited to read it all. Mostly talking about Anticipatory and Planning. It actually has Workshops for critical Thinking & Sound Moving Images Library. This is to help with the students learning skills & for student success.
Brinda Merrell, Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR
This article covers time management, goal setting, breaking down your day so it can all be done, also managing your time and how much time will it take to finish your project as well as how to make a plan to get it all done. There are different strategies for each person to help plan in advance and to make it all come together.
I liked the planning in advance whether it be a day, week or a month. Putting it all together because it’s not all due at the same time. You are just needing to adjust your schedule and make sure you don’t PROCRASTINATE!!!
Motivation is what brings it all together.
Read this article, there is a lot to glean from this one.
Published on February 10, 2017 in Studying. Closed
We’ve all had one (at least) of these courses. The more we hate it, the worse it gets. It goes to the bottom of the to do list and then it somehow falls off the list! So here are some easy student recommended tips to help us get through this. Meet Ana.
This is an updated listed (Sept. 8, 2016) with some I know (evernote) and some I don’t know. (Forest) What intrigued me about Forest is that it is an app to help you stay off your phone, while you are supposed to be studying. You set the task and the time. Then if you try to use your phone, your tree dies! But if you complete your task without getting tempted to use your phone, then you get badges and your can build your forest!!!!
OK, you can also try RefMe, which lets you scan the barcode of the book you are using for your research paper and choose the citation format, like APA and it will put it in the correct format for you, without having to type all the info in!
Well, you made it through Fall Semester or sort of made it, barely. Now you have to do it all over again, but maybe harder. Where you going to get the energy to do this? Here’s 5 tips to get you started. If you need more see the Will and Motivation page at howtostudy.org
Today was my first day. I don’t have a printer to print off weekly syllabuses my school refers to as “roadmaps”, so I figured out I’d screen shot the roadmaps on my phone and then “edit” and check off what I’ve completed thus far.
<i>Your cellphone can be used for more than just reminders. It is definitely looking like it will be my ” best friend” through out this new journey. Hopefully this hint helps someone else too! </i>