Week 7 Discussion Question 2

Week 7 Discussion Question 2 - courses and helps me...

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Week 7 Discussion Question 2 Review the tutorial, Using Multiple Intelligences to Enhance Studying and Learning, and answer the following questions: What tips for creating a study environment may be most effective for you? What might you do to make that study environment real for yourself? Creating a study environment can be very effective, it would help me accomplish my goals to understand and remember what I a m currently learning so that I can do well on exams. I have set a well light and comfortable room where I use exclusively for studying, this helps me turn on my study mode automatically, which in turn help answer classes questions and assignments effectively. I have completely separated all my private work and chores from all my studying; my study environment is strictly for my college courses readings and exams. This has helped my schedule to be fully dedicated to my college
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Unformatted text preview: courses and helps me concentrate and focus on my classes only. Richard, I believe by taking regular breaks can help us relax and re-energize our strength; this will generally give us a fresh start to carry on with what we were doing. I think listen to specific type of music while taking breaks, can help us to relax and unwind for a while, thus help our brain to rest. What type of music would you listen to in order to relax? Kimberley, Studying out side for a change could be very beneficial, of course the environment has to be accommodating, We have to be very comfortable in order to fully concentrate on our studies. I find it very relaxing to study on the beach while listening to the sound of the waves, but I can only do this for a limited period of time. How do you mange to concentrate studying on a moving bus?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course US 101 101 taught by Professor Keller during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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