8 Learning Management

8 Learning Management
Plan Management
Preview Management
Lecture Management
Time Management
Assignment Management
Error Management
Problem Management
Exam Management
Long plan, short arrangement
Squeeze time, stress efficiency
Read
Write
Practice
Before School
During School
After School
While formulating a relatively long-term goal, we must formulate a short-term learning goal. This goal should be in line with your own reality and can be achieved through hard work. After reaching a goal, formulate the next goal to ensure that each goal is achieved.
The important thing is to make a comprehensive plan on time and make a more detailed after-school time schedule. After-school time should be fully utilized, reasonable arrangements, strict compliance, perseverance, and habit formation.
Use about 10 minutes for each subject to read through the textbooks and record what you don’t understand. This is what you will focus on in class tomorrow.
Write down vague, obstructed, and thinking breakpoints (unintelligible points) during preview. -Read and write synchronously.
The highest level of preparation is practice, and the preparation should be reflected in practice, that is, to do practice questions 1 to 2 that can reflect the requirements of double basic after class.
You must follow the teacher, focus on the key points, and understand in class. Follow the teacher's thinking when attending class, and you can't keep up without preview. The purpose of talking with the teacher is to focus on the key points and the public key points. Such as: theorems, formulas, words, sentence patterns...
Before going to school, it' crucial to preview the learning materials, and arrange 10 to 15 mins to preview.
During at school, students need to focus on the lecture,and arrange 5 mins after the lecture to check the lecture again.
After leaving the school, students need to make good use of the time to arrange time in several segments, and make the goals for each part.
A statistical table of lost points management. According to subjects, it is divided into filling in the blanks, selection, calculation, reading... items. Wrong, how many points were lost, use the statistical table to speak, in this way, you can understand which are the errors in the examination of the questions, which are the errors in the calculation, which knowledge points are problematic, and which areas need improvement and improvement.
Review Management
Think
Check
Look
Write
Speak
That is to recall, to remember, to think with closed eyes, and to put a movie in the brain. The most important thing students need to do after class is to think back.
Recalling is currently the most effective review method recognized by UNESCO and the best way to check for omissions.
Read the textbook and the lecture notes. Not only must have face, but also have some points.
Write down important and difficult points and miss shortcomings at any time. Be sure to organize it in detail in your notes and mark it so that you can review this part of the content when you review it.
It's retelling. For example, repeat what you learned every day, and repeat what you learned during the week every weekend.
No time, make up work
When you encounter a problem, you can't think about it, let it go first, then tackle the tough problem
Do not review the homework
No check, no homework
No summary, no homework
Independent work to avoid plagiarism
Having the wrong question book and the problem book is called an exam, and the purpose is to use it for future review. Wrong questions and difficult problems reflect the connection of many knowledge points. Mastering the wrong questions and difficult problems is equivalent to holding high scores.
Check the list of knowledge required for the topic, and simultaneously identify the internal connections between knowledge;
Restore your thinking path during the exam, check the "blocking" and "different" points
Use reference answers to explore your own blind spots, doubts and even omissions
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