Month: October 2020

Metacognition-Thinking about One’s Thinking

Managing studying, assignments, tests and expectations for a student can feel random and ongoing. Students can get caught up in the busyness of schoolwork and miss the bigger picture behind all their hard work and efforts. Narrowing in and focusing on an objective while completing all these tasks involve perception and thinking. Metacognition has long-lasting …

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A Guide to Note-taking

A large portion of classroom time is spent in lecture making note-taking a fundamental part of learning. So, how should notes be used? Successful notes from the lecture are used to for further note-taking later, reference material for assignments, and preparing for exams. As one synthesizes new information in the form of note-taking, it should …

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