How to study like a pro

Learning to study can be tricky. Nadia has just completed a great college program, and wants to share her tips with you!

Together, you'll talk about how to figure out which information you need to learn for tests. Nadia will show you strategies she uses to organize her notes and her time. And you can talk about different tools you can use, like cue cards, online tools, and mind-mapping.

Nadia will bring things to this experience that will help you practice taking notes and trying her tips and tricks! If you have your own notes and would like to bring them along, you're more than welcome.

To explore this experience together, we can...: Talk about the different tools and strategies Nadia uses as a student to learn the material she needs to know! Talk about colour-coding, ways to organize notes, how to manage your time, and how to take care of yourself!
-: Try out some of Nadia's ways of organizing your notes, memorizing information, and more!
-: Flip through Nadia's notes and see how she's colour-coded them. See the way she does her mind-mapping memorization strategy.
-: Meet at the local library and see the kinds of spaces available for you to study.
How many Kudoers could come at once?: 2 people at one time
This experience is:
Wheel chair accessible
Can be done with hearing impaired
Can be done with blind or visually impaired
This happens: at a local spot (cafe, pub, library, etc)
Getting here: What you need to know.
The Burnaby Public Library is located right near Metrotown and Crystal Malls. Many busses arrive outside the library, including the #19, 130, 106, 110, 112, 144, 49. You can also get here by Skytrain. The Library is a 6 minute walk from the Metrotown Skytrain Station.

Nearest skytrain station: Burnaby - Metrotown
Skytrain meetup: Maybe: check with me
Should I bring money: No.
What else should I bring: You can bring your class notes if you'd like to talk about them.
Afterwards, you could go to: A public library near you to check out their study spaces
Reflection Questions
What new studying tools did you learn?

Tags: School; study; learning; university
Listing created 2 Nov 2017