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My favorite kind of teacher is the one that:
Uses super cool diagrams to explain concepts.
Gives me one or two really good examples to illustrate a point—and keeps things moving.
Weaves a story. Maybe that’s why I love Podcasts!
Here’s what interests me on a topic:
Current events! I learn best when I can relate the topic to what’s going on in the world.
I can soak in it. Let me roll around in the numbers, words and concepts on the page.
It enters my brain through my ears. If I hear something interesting, it sticks.
What’s my notebook look like after class?
Anything and everything that teacher said is written down. And neatly.
These may look like doodles, but it’s my system for remembering what’s important.
I recorded the whole lecture on my phone. My notes are mental.
Test time! Here’s how I get ready:
I like to meet up with a study group. Conversation is my best prep tool.
I’ll log on to the class web site to watch videos of the instructor explaining course material.
I’m going to hit the books! Re-reading recent chapters keeps the material fresh.
I have a little trick. It’s how I remember the answers to the tough questions.
I make up a chant or a rhyme. (It’s helpful over time.)
I leave myself word clues. (Roy G. Biv never lets me forget the colors in the spectrum!)
I picture the drawing on the board during the lecture. That image holds the answers!
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