Success at SUNY Cortland

Success at SUNY Cortland - Mike Reilly Cor 101 Success at...

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Mike Reilly Cor 101 Success at SUNY Cortland I have already completed the VARK for a class called learning in an information age. That class was basically a clone of core 101 for online college courses. In that class we learned about learning styles, time management academic integrity and how to be successful in college. I am sure we will talk about some of those if not all in this class. I have lived on my own for the past three years and feel that I do not need it. I hope to drop this class and get credit for the similar class I took. Do not worry I will still see you in Macro Economics. That being said, I am an auditory/kinesthetic learner. I learn by hearing and doing. I find I best learn when I teach others the material and repeat what I need to know aloud. I have found an efficient, but yet embarrassing way to study for me is to put something I am studying to tune on guitar. That actually plays in to my Gardner learner style, which after taking the test stated that I had a high musical intelligence and would learn well in the form of song. Teaching others the material has also proven to be very successful. I have found that after
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2008 for the course COR 101 taught by Professor Gallagher during the Fall '07 term at SUNY Cortland.

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