4 stages of learning

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4 stages of learning

  1. 1. 4 Steps to Learning Success 1. Understand 2. Process 3. Create 4. Practice
  2. 2. Understand… Don’t understand? <ul><li>Ask your teacher – we have 100 mins of class time to “get it” </li></ul>Need clarification? Use Tutorials! <ul><li>Ask your peers
  3. 3. Ask another teacher in your learning community
  4. 4. Ask Google </li></ul>
  5. 5. Process Chunking Highlighting Key words Glossaries Re-reading
  6. 6. Chunking The average person can take in four numbers or words at a time, can concentrate on revision for a maximum of 45 minutes at a time and remembers information best shortly before bedtime.
  7. 7. Chunking Remember 4 words/numbers at a time Revision max 45 mins. Remember best before bedtime
  8. 8. Create Mnemonics Mind Maps LOCI ROTE
  9. 9. Mnemonics R est E xercise V ariety I magination S tructure I ndividual O ngoing N ot too long Mnemonics work best when you try to make your own…
  10. 10. Mindmaps / Spider Diagrams Creating the Mindmap makes it memorable!
  11. 11. LOCI Memory trick of memory masters: 1. Think about a journey you know well 2. Think about the landmarks along the way. 3. You then add in images to help you remember information.
  12. 12. Learning by Rote Read it again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again
  13. 13. Practice
  14. 14. Card Cover Two ways to practice with cards:   1. Put the answers on the back, but you will need to remember more at once before you check 2. Use a piece of paper and move down to reveal answers as you guess the contents. These techniques are very useful for checking that you know key facts. Test Cards <ul><li>I read
  15. 15. I cover it up
  16. 16. I test myself </li></ul>
  17. 17. Past Papers <ul><li>Ask teachers
  18. 18. Use Revision Guides
  19. 19. Look in the back of your text book </li></ul>Best way to practice for an exam is by doing exams!
  20. 20. Quizzes Make quizzes Exchange with friends Have a revision ‘party’
  21. 21. 4 Steps…Done! Understand Process Create Practice

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