From taking notes to studying for exams, how to be a more effective learner!
Do you wish you knew how to use your study time more efficiently? Are you finding that the way you studied before isn’t enough now that you’re in university? Then have we got the workshop for you!
Come to T-PULSE’s “Advanced Learning Techniques” workshop. At the workshop you’ll learn some cool facts about the science of how we learn. You will learn how to combine these facts with some thinking about your own thinking in order to come up with concrete ways to study more effectively and learn for the long term.
Advanced Learning Techniques is a workshop dedicated to showing Science undergraduate students techniques and tips to make their studying more efficient and their learning happen at a deeper level. Studying longer is often good but studying smarter is better!
We are offering the next Advanced Learning Technique Workshop on Monday February 15th 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm in the Redpath Museum Building, 1st floor auditorium.
The cost of the workshop is free!
Go to Minerva here. The form will open in a new tab, and enter your Minerva ID and password. Click on Registration for T-PULSE Graduate Teaching Workshop. Select TPW 800, Advanced Learning Techniques, Section 805. When it asks for your supervisor's email you may just enter your own email address again. Once you’re done click on "Submit Registration Request". You'll receive confirmation of your registration by return email. Please note that you are not registered until you receive the confirmation email.
Register quickly as the spots fill up fast!
The slides for the January 2015 workshop are available here
If you have any questions please email us at tomlinson [dot] project [at] mcgill [dot] ca.