Strategies for Academic Success

Strategies for - STRATEGI ES FOR ACADEM I C SUCCESS STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS Learning to learn Managing Time Managing Avoiding

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STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS Learning to learn Learning to learn Managing Time Managing Time Avoiding Procrastination Avoiding Procrastination Study Tips for Michigan Study Tips for Michigan
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STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS Learning to learn Learning to learn What types of learners are you?        •  Visual/ Verbal   •  Visual/ Nonverbal     •  Tactile/ Kinesthetic   •  Auditory/ Verbal 
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STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS Learning to learn (cont.) Learning to learn (cont.) Visual/ Verbal      Learn best visually and in a written language: format/textbooks and class notes/study by yourself in a quiet room/ see information "in your mind's eye“ Visual/ Nonverbal      Learn best visually and in a picture or design format: work in a quiet room/ visualize a picture to memorize/aptitude for visual art and design Tactile/ Kinesthetic Learn best physically engaged in a "hands on" activity: physically active in the learning environment/benefit from a lab setting / instructors who encourage in-class demonstrations, "hands on" student learning experiences and field work outside the classroom. Auditory/ Verbal Learn best auditory in an oral language format: benefit from listening to lecture and participating in group discussions/obtaining information from audio tape/can often "hear" the way of the information/ repeated it out loud/interact with others in a listening or speaking exchange .
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STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS Learning to learn (cont.) Learning to learn (cont.) Learning Strategies Learning Strategies      Visual/ Verbal      highlighters; flashcards; computer word processing; “stick it” notes; write out  in sentences and key phrases in learning mathematical or technical  information …      Visual/ Nonverbal         translate words and ideas into symbols, pictures, and diagrams:  the  margins of text books; charts; large square graph paper to assist in creating 
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2009 for the course BIO 225 taught by Professor Pavgi during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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Strategies for - STRATEGI ES FOR ACADEM I C SUCCESS STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS Learning to learn Managing Time Managing Avoiding

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