Thursday, September 14, 2017

Note Taking Hack for Grad School

Hi speechies!

I'm going to keep this post short and sweet. I don't have Internet at my house due to a bad storm, so I am at a local Starbucks knocking out a research paper for my speech and swallowing disorders class and figured I should get a quick post up for y'all while I have Internet access!


This is such a SIMPLE tip but y'all...it is a GAME CHANGER! Especially if your field of study involves lots of charts and diagrams that you have to memorize (like speech-language pathology does). Are you ready for this?

LAMINATE YOUR NOTES!

That way you can practice filling in charts and diagrams and then erase them to practice again and again. BOOM! You save paper and it keeps your desk/study space less cluttered.

I don't know what took me so long to start doing this but I'll never practice another way. I use this laminator to laminate certain notes at home and then just simply write on the notes with an Expo marker. 

Do you have any study hacks to share? Do tell!





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  1. Unfortunately this practice became a logistical and sensible problem and it required a long time before it might become a feasible alternative to institutionalization for our students with afflictions. kindergarten

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