Matt\’s Cuppa

My take on tea, technology, and our environment

Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 08/19/2007

Posted by telecommatt on August 19, 2007

The No-Fail Flashcard Study Technique: Fast Learning – Minimal Time » Achieve IT! – Goal Setting Blog
The No-Fail Flashcard Study Technique: Fast Learning - Minimal Time » Achieve IT! - Goal Setting Blog  Annotated

    Each card should only have 1 question and 1 answer

      When studying or in class if there is a subject you don’t know make a flashcard. 

        Pauker – Flash Card Learning
        Pauker - Flash Card Learning

          Geek to Live: Take great notes – Lifehacker
          Take great notes - Lifehacker

            Cornell Notetaking Method Custom PDF Generator
            Cornell Notetaking Method Custom PDF Generator

              Geek to Live: Take study-worthy lecture notes – Lifehacker
              Take study-worthy lecture notes - Lifehacker

                cornellsystem.pdf (application/pdf Object)
                cornellsystem.pdf (application/pdf Object)

                  Flashcards: The world’s largest library of printable flash cards
                  The world's largest library of printable flash cards

                    Free Online Computer Science and Programming Books, Textbooks, and Lecture Notes | FreeTechBooks.com
                    Free Online Computer Science and Programming Books, Textbooks, and Lecture Notes | FreeTechBooks.com

                      LearnOutLoud.com Free Audio & Video – Free Audio Books, Lectures, & Speeches on MP3 Download and Streaming Video
                      LearnOutLoud.com Free Audio & Video - Free Audio Books, Lectures, & Speeches on MP3 Download and Streaming Video

                        Textbook Revolution
                        Textbook Revolution

                          The Occupational Adventure (sm): The genius of mistakes
                          The Occupational Adventure (sm): The genius of mistakes  Annotated

                            You might even try keeping a mistake genius journal. Not a place for you to berate yourself for how many mistakes you make, but a place for you to actively learn from what has happened. Explore the mistake, explore what insights you’ve gained as a result, and summarize those insights into key points.

                            This will do two things. First, it will crystallize your learning so you can easily draw from it in the future, and second, it will start developing a habit of looking for the positive side of your mistakes, rather than beating yourself up about them.

                              Learning: Cornell Notetaking Method – Lifehacker
                              Cornell Notetaking Method - Lifehacker

                                Goal Success Blog: The No-Fail Flashcard Study Technique: Fast Learning – Minimal Time
                                The No-Fail Flashcard Study Technique: Fast Learning - Minimal Time

                                  Pauker – Flash Card Learning
                                  Pauker - Flash Card Learning

                                    Six steps for learning difficult subjects quickly
                                    Six steps for learning difficult subjects quickly

                                      spreeder.com – online speed reading application
                                      spreeder.com - online speed reading application

                                        Online Education
                                        Online Education

                                          MAKE: Blog: The complete guide to PDFs in iTunes
                                          The complete guide to PDFs in iTunes  Annotated

                                            There are a small but growing number of PDFs appearing in iTunes, users can subscribe to podcasts to automatically receive audio and video – and recently – PDFs.

                                              Hacking Knowledge: 77 Ways to Learn Faster, Deeper, and Better | OEDb
                                              77 Ways to Learn Faster, Deeper, and Better | OEDb

                                                DVC Learning Style Survey for College
                                                DVC Learning Style Survey for College  Annotated

                                                • Evidently, I’m a visual/verbal learner. The survey is very accurate and the material is quite interesting.
                                                   – post by telecommatt
                                                The Online Learning Styles Site
                                                This DVC online guide is designed to help you become a more successful student. It includes a Learning Style Survey that will help you identify your learning style. It also includes learning strategies that will help you study in a productive manner, one that matches your unique learning style.

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