TO ROLL TO FLOW TO ARRANGE TO MODULATETO CREASE TO SWIRL TO REPAIR TO DISTRILLTO FOLD TO ROTATE TO DISCARD OF WAVESTO STORE TO SMEAR TO PAIR OF ELECTROMAGNETICTO BEND TO FLOOD TO DISTRIBUTE OF INERTIATO SHORTEN TO FIRE TO SURFEIT OF IONIZATIONTO TWIST TO IMPRESS TO SCATTER OF POLARIZATIONTO TWINE TO INLAY TO COMPLEMENT OF REFRACTIONTO DAPPLE TO LIFT TO ENCLOSE OF SIMULTANEITYTO CRUMPLE TO CURVE TO SURROUND OF TIDESTO SHAVE TO SUPPORT TO ENCIRCLE OF REFLECTIONTO TEAR TO HOOK TO HIDE OF EQUILIBRIUMTO CHIP TO SUSPEND TO COVER OF SYMMETRYTO SPLIT TO SPREAD TO WRAP OF FRICTIONTO CUT TO HANG TO DIG TO STRETCHTO SEVER OF TENSION TO TIE TO BOUNCETO DROP OF GRAVITY TO BIND TO ERASETO REMOVE OF ENTROPY TO WEAVE TO SPRAYTO SIMPLIFY OF NATURE TO JOIN TO SYSTEMATIZETO DIFFER OF GROUPING TO MATCH TO REFERTO DISARRANGE OF LAYERING TO LAMINATE TO FORCETO SHAVE OF FELTING TO BOND OF MAPPINGTO OPEN TO COLLECT TO HINGE OF LOCATIONTO MIX TO GRASP TO MARK OF CONTEXTTO SPLASH TO TIGHTEN TO EXPAND OF TIMETO KNOT TO BUNDLE TO DILUTE TO TALKTO SPILL TO HEAP TO LIGHT OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS 67-68TO DROOP TO GATHER TO REVISE OF CARBONIZATION TO CONTINUE
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Getting it out of your headVerbalisingtelling other people – telling yourself
Getting it out of your headReflective notes - asking questionswhywhathowwhen
Getting it out of your head• Points that you found specially interesting in your reading, and would like to follow up in more detail – making connections• Questions that came up in your mind, because of points made in material you read – further research - following up questions
Getting it out of your head• After a session its a good idea to reinforce your learning by trying to remember the main things you learned. Think "What were the three main points that were new to me, in my actions today?“• Notes from other material you read as a result of the course - whether this was publications cited, or relevant material that you happened to read (such as newspaper articles).
Getting it out of your head• record everything you read in this subject area, while youre doing the research, with a sentence or two on the main points an article was making and how useful you found it.• Your reflections on the course, and how well it is meeting your needs.
Getting it out of your head• How your learning in formal taught sessions is related to what youre learning in other ways.• Thoughts that arent yet fully formed, but that you want to refine later. This could include your feelings about the course and your progress in it, and theories that are developing in your mind.
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