Studying for students… and teachers

If you have students, as I do, who come to you and ask how they can do better, point them to Study Hacks.

In this particular post, Cal Newport gives lots of hints that will help your students.

And, there are case studies.

ipod-nanoHow Tyler Aced a Course

How Allison used an iPod to Ace Biology

Doing Well in Discrete Math

He also has some good tips for the academics. I have borrowed liberally from his Three Simple Rules for Making Your Free Time Count… I have free time. Don’t you? My favorite is the Saturday morning project. I have to get published and do presentations. That’s when I write, even if I don’t all the rest of the week.

And his new semester resolution is great too. Start by quitting something. You are probably doing too much. Stop.

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