HOW TO LEARN
This presentation is a high energy , audience participation, educational and entertaining demonstration of techniques used to internalize information.
A twenty-five page handout, job aids and learning aides are disseminated to each participant.
(A one time materials charge is required). Sample topics are:
a. Samples of Mnemonic devices
b. Constructing Mnemonic devices
c. Using Mnemonic devices, when to, when not to
“Make a sentence” Method ( of learning lists of things)
a. Samples of the Make a Sentence Method.
b. Constructing Sentences
c. Using this method on tests
“Make a word” Method ( of learning lists of things)
a. Samples of the Make a Word Method.
b. Constructing Words
c. Using the Make a Word Method, when to, when not to
minimum 1.5 hours
maximum 2.0 hours
“Story” Method ( of learning lists of things)
Examples of Learning devices encompass all subject areas including
a. Samples of the Story Method.
b. Writing the Story
c. Using the Story Method, when to, when not to
“Flashcard” Method (of uninteresting FACTS)
a. Sample Flashcard sets.
b. The Personal Computer & Flashcards
c. Big ones versus Little ones
d. Construction facilitates learning
“PEG” Method (of learning lists of things)
a. Instructor demonstration of the Method.
b. Student demonstration
“Charts/Graphs” Method (of learning relationships)
a. Samples of this “Graphic” Method.
b. The PC and the Graphic Method
a. Samples of the Imagineering Method
b. Using the Story Method, when to, when not to.
Mathematics and the Sciences.
This presentation is designed for ages 10 to 90