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Learning Skills by Mind Map: Learning Skills

1. Memory

1.1. Techniques

1.1.1. Organize (Note Taking, Learning Styles - Kinesthetic)

1.1.2. Use your body (Learning Styles - Kinesthetic)

1.1.3. Use your brain

1.1.4. Recall

1.2. Mnemonics (Learning Styles - Music/Rhythm)

2. Learning Styles

2.1. Learning Style Graph

2.1.1. Mode 1

2.1.2. Mode 2

2.1.3. Mode 3

2.1.4. Mode 4

2.2. Multiple Intelligences

2.2.1. Mathematical/Logical

2.2.2. Bodily/Kinesthetic

2.2.3. Musical/Rhythmic

2.2.4. Interpersonal

2.3. VAK System

2.3.1. Auditory

2.3.2. Kinesthetic

2.3.3. Visual

3. Note Taking

3.1. Observe

3.1.1. Pre-Study (Learning Styles - Kinesthetic)

3.1.2. Attend class, pay attention (Memory)

3.1.3. Pay Attention (Capitals Intentional) (Memory)

3.2. Record

3.2.1. Keep yourself involved (Learning Styles - Various, Memory, Reading)

3.2.1.1. Pictures/Diagrams

3.2.1.2. Break into paragraphs

3.2.1.3. Copy info from slideshows, presentations

3.2.1.4. Use color

3.2.2. The Cornell Method (Learning Styles - Various, Memory, Reading)

3.2.2.1. Format your paper

3.2.2.2. Take notes

3.2.2.3. Condense in the Cue column

3.2.2.4. Summarize

3.2.2.5. Use Cue column to recall notes

3.2.3. Mind Mapping

3.2.3.1. Self-referential

3.2.4. Outlining

3.2.4.1. "Traditional" note-taking

3.2.5. Feel free to combine methods

3.3. Review

3.3.1. 24 hour review (Memory, Learning Styles - Various)

3.3.2. Summarize (Memory, Learning Styles - Various)

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

3.4. Concept map

3.4.1. Very Software Engineering

3.4.1.1. Large

3.4.1.2. Abstract

3.4.1.3. Of questionable usefulness

4. Time

4.1. Daily To-Do List

4.1.1. Brainstorm tasks (Memory, Learning Styles - Various)

4.1.2. Estimate Time (Memory - Organize)

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

4.1.4. Cross off tasks

4.1.5. Evaluate (Memory)

4.2. Don't Procrastinate

4.2.1. Seriously

4.2.1.1. I'm not even joking

4.3. Routine (Learning Styles - Logical/Mathematical)

4.3.1. Set up a study area

4.3.2. Schedule your time

4.3.3. Stick to your schedule

5. Reading

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

5.1.1. Before you read

5.1.1.1. Preview

5.1.1.2. Outline

5.1.1.3. Question

5.1.2. While you read

5.1.2.1. Read

5.1.2.2. Underline

5.1.2.3. Answer

5.1.3. After you read

5.1.3.1. Recite

5.1.3.2. Review

5.1.3.3. Review Again

5.2. Troubleshooting

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

5.2.2. Re-read (Learning Styles - Visual, Memory)

5.2.3. Mnemonics (Memory)

5.2.4. Take a break, revisit (Memory)

5.2.5. Move your body (Memory)

5.3. Odd Tidbits

5.3.1. Speedreading

5.3.1.1. Just do it

5.3.1.1.1. Seriously

5.3.2. Dictionary

5.3.3. Libraries

5.3.3.1. Librarians

5.3.3.2. Electronic resources

5.3.3.2.1. Online help desk

5.3.3.2.2. eBooks