Sunday, August 10, 2014

How To Study: An Infographic

Photo Credit: Amy Dunayevich
As the new school year begins, many students bring along old, and sometimes bad, study habits. Spend some time with your students sharing study tips and strategies. Most students do not know HOW to study and have never been taught. It will be time well-spent.



Paige Odom said...

I really enjoyed reading your blog post on studying. I found some very helpful tactics. Such as, reverse psychology, feeding the brain, and exercising. I never really thought about it, but it all makes sense now. If I just look at studying as a fun passtime then I will enjoy it and therefore be able to accomplish more. Also if I eat healthier and treat my body better I will be in a better mood and more willing and dedicated to studying and doing assignments at home. Overall great post, a lot of helpful hints. Thank you, Paige.

Edna Montgomery said...

Hi my name is Edna Montgomery I am a student in EDM310 at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. Thank you for sharing these tips on studying. I am really bad at sticking to a study plan, but this one makes really good sense.

Victoria Hudson said...

I found this blog post very useful in the content on study habits. I am a college student and this could help students on any grade level. I think it is very important to instill good study habits early on in school because the content that is being studied only gets more challenging in the years to come! I have personally noticed a difference in how my eating habits effect my studying and productiveness so while some people may brush that study habit off, I would really stress how important it is to eat healthy for a healthy body and brain.
Thanks for posting, Tori Hudson
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