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Learning Skills by Mind Map: Learning Skills
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Learning Skills

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Memory

Techniques

Organize (Note Taking, Learning Styles - Kinesthetic)

Use your body (Learning Styles - Kinesthetic)

Use your brain

Recall

Mnemonics (Learning Styles - Music/Rhythm)

Learning Styles

Learning Style Graph

Mode 1

Mode 2

Mode 3

Mode 4

Multiple Intelligences

Mathematical/Logical

Bodily/Kinesthetic

Musical/Rhythmic

Interpersonal

VAK System

Auditory

Kinesthetic

Visual

Note Taking

Observe

Pre-Study (Learning Styles - Kinesthetic)

Attend class, pay attention (Memory)

Pay Attention (Capitals Intentional) (Memory)

Record

Keep yourself involved (Learning Styles - Various, Memory, Reading), Pictures/Diagrams, Break into paragraphs, Copy info from slideshows, presentations, Use color

The Cornell Method (Learning Styles - Various, Memory, Reading), Format your paper, Take notes, Condense in the Cue column, Summarize, Use Cue column to recall notes

Mind Mapping, Self-referential

Outlining, "Traditional" note-taking

Feel free to combine methods

Review

24 hour review (Memory, Learning Styles - Various)

Summarize (Memory, Learning Styles - Various)

Rewrite/type notes (Memory, Learning Styles - Various)

Concept map

Very Software Engineering, Large, Abstract, Of questionable usefulness

Time

Daily To-Do List

Brainstorm tasks (Memory, Learning Styles - Various)

Estimate Time (Memory - Organize)

Rate each task by priority (Learning Styles - Logical/Mathematical)

Cross off tasks

Evaluate (Memory)

Don't Procrastinate

Seriously, I'm not even joking

Routine (Learning Styles - Logical/Mathematical)

Set up a study area

Schedule your time

Stick to your schedule

Reading

Muscle Reading (Note Taking, Time, Learning Styles - Kinesthetic Memory)

Before you read, Preview, Outline, Question

While you read, Read, Underline, Answer

After you read, Recite, Review, Review Again

Troubleshooting

Ask for help from friends/teachers (Learning Styles - Various, Memory)

Re-read (Learning Styles - Visual, Memory)

Mnemonics (Memory)

Take a break, revisit (Memory)

Move your body (Memory)

Odd Tidbits

Speedreading, Just do it, Seriously

Dictionary

Libraries, Librarians, Electronic resources, Online help desk, eBooks