This week has, without a doubt, been one of my most productive weeks in a long time!
My husband and I visited Järavallen about a month ago. A bit too close to the highway, but still a lovely day!
Read the course literature after a lecture is an excellent way to do repetition and widen your knowledge. Make small summaries for yourself, use “reading questions,” and discuss with your friends.
Today has been a fantastic day! Some friends and I went out ice-skating, and it was so much fun! The sun was shining and the snow glistering, just perfect! Here are some other photographs from this beautiful winter!
I have gathered my best advice on how to study in this series of blog posts – Effective Studies. Contents of this blog post series: Put your cellphone away Create a study place Prepare for a lecture Take notes during the lectures Summarize lectures Read the book Do exercises Keep concentration Do time management withContinue reading “Effective Studies – 5. After the Lecture”
The first straightforward thing to do during a lecture is to take notes. Taking notes does not mean writing down everything the lecturer says. It means to write down words or short sentences that will help you remember what the lecturer said.
You can think about doing things before the lecture as creating hooks where you later will hang your knowledge. The more hooks you have, the easier it will be to understand and remember what you learn.
To help you concentrate, it is good to have a special place where you study – Your Study Place. The only thing you do at this place is studying, and when you study you should always do this at this place.
There are many different ways of studying. Some are more efficient than others. This post is the first in my series Effective Studies, where I will tell you my best advice on how to study effectively. Overview When you take a course, you are typically introduced to new concepts through lectures or reading a book. Afterward,Continue reading “Effective Studies – 1. Introduction”