A good (yet slightly annoying) way to learn :)
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02-04-2012, 10:08 AM
A good (yet slightly annoying) way to learn :)
I have an important biology test in a few days about evolution, and like all studying that involves a computer, you can't help but visiting youtube a few times every 10 minutes (or less...). I also know that the best way to learn something is to educate others on he subject, so debating creationists on youtube have turned out to be very effective. Although it's rather... painful sometimes, as I'm sure that most of you have experienced to some degree. Wink

I usually don't feed the trolls, but since they prove slightly helpful in my studies (although maybe more on the conscious level than the educational level) I figured, what the hell. Tongue

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02-04-2012, 12:05 PM
RE: A good (yet slightly annoying) way to learn :)
Do not feed the TROLLS !!!

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02-04-2012, 12:41 PM
RE: A good (yet slightly annoying) way to learn :)
(02-04-2012 12:05 PM)DLJ Wrote:  Do not feed the TROLLS !!!
I'm... I'm... s-s-sorry! Sad They were just too hungry, I couldn't stand leaving them without a nice, home cooked ass-woopin' served to them. :/ If it'll make any difference, I shall now make them starve.

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02-04-2012, 01:51 PM
RE: A good (yet slightly annoying) way to learn :)
As a former education major, I have learned about proven methods designed to help students remember large amounts of information. The best way to do this is to break up the material into different parts, only moving on to the next part once you have mastered the first. This is because when you try to cram for a test, you only remember stuff from the beginning and stuff at the end. For some reason the brain just throws out the middle. Studying in parts will help you absorb more of the information. This of course means that you have to start studying in advance of the test, instead of the night before.
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