The most effective way of communicating these techiques is in a workshop format

The most effective way of communicating these techiques is in a workshop format

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The most effective way of communicating these techiques is in a workshop  format. Unfortunately just reading this document leaves too much to the  imagination. However, if you take the time use these methods you will see that  they actually work! I look forward to sharing this information with others in a  workshop format in the future. This guide focuses on the basic strategies for being an effective math, science or  engineering student. These strategies cover three phases of student life:  Phase I - Planning - Planning ahead and choosing classes Phase II - "Inside class" activities - Note taking, listening, test taking, attendance Phase III - "Outside class" activities - Using notes, studying, homework, term  papers and projects, visiting instructor office hours, etc.
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course US 1100 taught by Professor Carter during the Fall '07 term at Texas State.

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