Never have I seen such enthusiasm from students towards a single class as I did in ninth grade science. By mere inspiration, our teacher had us finishing our lunches early to get a prime seat and eagerly printing and reading extra material the night before a new lesson. The pure passion he injected into his… Continue reading writing || Motivation starts in the Classroom: How teachers can inspire students
Went a little more artsy for this month since for the first time ever before I've been really getting into this whole autumn vibe thing (even though it's super duper cold)! 😛 So excited for you guys to finally see this video! I had this ready a couple days ago, but for some reason my… Continue reading organization || November Set-Up | Simple but Artsy Autumn Theme!
One of my biggest "academic" goals throughout high school has been to create the PERFECT note taking system. While high school is important for the marks, I think it's more important to set yourself up with good study habits and a good system of learning that will stay with you for life. In my search,… Continue reading organization || Mistral Method Series: Efficient, Adaptable, Organized & Aesthetic Note-Taking
I've officially gone over to the dark side. I've been converted. To what, you ask? I now annotate - that's write, I MARK UP - books. With pen. Yeah, you heard me right. *gasps and faints in the crowd* Jokes aside, I just got back from a family vacation in which I did a lot… Continue reading organization || HOW I READ: Annotating Books and eBooks, Keeping a Literature “Journal”
Staying organized isn't only FUN, but it PAYS OFF, too! I've always thought it more important to study SMART, not just HARD, and one of the ways I make sure I can do that is by staying organized in all of my courses. I use my Bullet Journal to track tasks. For my notes, I keep coming back to either: Cornell system of handwritten notes Typed, concise summary notes that I print and highlight (Speaking of which: I'm looking forward to sharing with you how I take both of these kinds of notes! It's a big post though, so bear with me as I try to find the time for it.) As for the notes and all the course material itself, I've got a simple method to keep everything organized in their binders!
In any subject, staying organized is a critical to ensure success! When studying math especially, it's extremely important to stay up to date with homework. Practicing regularly makes a big difference - you gain the skills, exposure and confidence to do well on any test or competition question you are faced with!