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Learning 2 Learn
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Learning 2 Learn

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  • 1. Learning 2 Learn 201 Mohan Joseph Bernard
  • 2. Let's be Serious! Bad news this talk is not just about improving GPA - SHORTSIGHTED APPROACH Good news, it is about becoming EDUCATED, LEARNED...
  • 3. What is Learning? Memorizing... Learning is Hard... Overcome hardship by spending more time - WRONG Finding effective ways of learning - RIGHT
  • 4. Consequences: Wrong approach to Learning • Friction -> prevents enjoyment -> pain instead of pleasure...slack • Learning becomes barrier instead of stepping stone to success • Your goal is to be EDUCATED and not become a BLACK BOX
  • 5. Who is Your greatest enemy when it comes to learning well? • Beware of no one more than of yourself; we carry our worst enemies within us. ~ Charles Spurgeon
  • 6. What do you wish to take? Why?
  • 7. There is no free lunch
  • 8. Success!Cost?
  • 9. To Get Success What will you do?
  • 10. Secondary School Higher Education
  • 11. Study Hard
  • 12. Study Smart What will you do?
  • 13. How to study smart? PRINCIPLE OF SOWING AND REAPING
  • 14. Teachback • Teach peers what you learnt • You learn better as you are forced to use your own words to teach • Take turns to teach your study group members • Will it work?
  • 15. Read Write Speak Think
  • 16. Read...Write...Speak...Think • READ • Read SCMP aloud daily for 15 mins • Guaranteed to transform your understanding of written text & speaking skills • How to Read a Book: Mortimer J Adler • Story of Namashivayam
  • 17. Read...Write...Speak...Think • WRITE • Pen a half page journal every day on any topic • Use short simple sentences • Story of the Typist
  • 18. Read...Write...Speak...Think • SPEAK • Look at the mirror & speak on any topic for 5 mins daily • Record, listen & consider what changes are required • Toastmaster
  • 19. Speak Avoid Bad Presentations
  • 20. Avoid Bad Presentations TURNING THE LIGHTS OFF • What are you saying to the audience? • I worked hard on my slides... • I am comfortable as the audience is looking at the slides, not me • Slides are important, I'm not...
  • 21. Avoid Bad Presentations RELYING ON ONE LEG OF THE STOOL • 1. Content • 2. Delivery • 3. Visual Presentation • Too much reliance on any one leg will make you fall • Balanced approach = common sense
  • 22. Is there POWER behind your PowerPoint? PowerPoint Karaoke Too much content on a slide + Too many slides = PowerlessPoint
  • 23. Avoid Bad Presentations DON'T BREAK COMMANDMENT # 1 • Thou shall not READ the slides • Smiling is welcome, laughing is not cool, it simply tells you are nervous • Content unexplained adds '0' value to your presentation
  • 24. Read...Write...Speak...Think • THINK • Revising a topic -> superficial understanding • Thinking critically -> deeper understanding • Reflection enables you to use complex ideas and concepts
  • 25. Read...Write...Speak...Think • THINK • Use framework or models for thinking • Categories • Tables, Matrix... • Thinking on your feet
  • 26. Think
  • 27. When will you start to do? What will you do?
  • 28. Will you act right now? It is always easy to act tomorrow... ...tomorrow will never come if you don't act right now! "A year from now you will wish you had started today"
  • 29. LifeLife
  • 30. Bonsai or Sherman?
  • 31. Most locked doors are in your mind
  • 32. Ancora Imparo
  • 33. Questions?
  • 34. God Luck

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