Today we are focusing on another memory technique. Using stories in order to memorize a list can be a powerful way to learn new material.
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Welcome to the 15 Day Tiny Steps Stuy Challenge. The goal is to learn the 5 pillars of school success with daily tiny study habits. The 5 pillars are school organization, workspace, time management, study aids, and test preparation. By the end of the challenge, you will work on each of these areas.
Day 1 Three things you must do with your school agenda everyday-Tiny Steps Study Challenge-Day 1
Today we will focus on setting up your school and agenda and how to use your school planner to improve your grades.
Day 2 A simple system for turning in your homework
Day 2 introduced the homework folder. This simple tool helps organize your homework in order to help you never have a zero for a homework grade.
Day 3 Memory Aids
Day 3 introduced two memory techniques that you can use to memorize anything at school.
The two memory aids are the body stations and Journey method.
Day 4 Goals
Today we set two simple goals. One goal was a study goal and the second was a school goal. Goals are important because they provide focus.
Today’s study challenge focused on distractions while you study. Specifically, today’s study challenge focused on trying to identify distractions while you study.
Organizing your notebook
In today’s study challenge the focus is organizing and cleaning out your notebook.
Learn to be proactive at school
Becoming proactive means you plan ahead and anticipate future events. Being proactive can lower stress and increase your effectiveness.
Day 8 Creating Mind Maps
Mind maps are a great way to condense your notes and create a visual picture of your notes which can help study them more easily for a test.
Day 9 Learn to work smarter not harder
In today’s challenge you will focus on working smarter not harder. However, how do you work smarter not harder? You can use the acronym SAT which reminds you to survey what you are currently doing, then adjust in order to create improve what you are currently doing, and finally test what you are doing in order to see if you are improving.
Day 10 Making an outline
In today’s challenge we talked about converting notes and sections of your textbook into an outline. Creating an outline forces you to make connections between topics and once completed gives you a product that is easy to study for a test.
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