Developing Study Skills
This week’s list of study tips includes a study technique used by top students, a simple timer, a simple method for tracking goals, a quiz maker, and tools to help you focus.
The Pomodoro technique basically teaches you to break your tasks into small timed segments in order to help you focus, and get more done
Tomato Timer The timer allows you to breaks each task into twenty five minute intervals.
The bullet journal teaches you how to write down items that you want to accomplish so that the school year does not slip away without accomplishing your goals.
You can use quizlet to make flashcards, take quizzes, and learn from other students and teachers.
Focus Links This lists of resources focuses on tools that will help you focus.
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