Welcome to ActiveStudy
Learning takes time. Very few people have photographic memories. Learning requires repetition- meaningful repetition.
This is why active study techniques are so vitally important. The "recording disk" of the brain accepts new material much faster if it "hears," "sees," "feels," "tastes," and detects motion (kinetic energy) during input or recording time.
Then too, the more times around the learning circuit, the longer lasting the impression. If you are able to place abstract ideas into diagrammatic form, you will remember the concept.
In all lessons ActiveStudy techniques are employed to maximise the student's ability to retain information of the subject being taught. For example students are encouraged to use techniques like MindMaps which promotes ActiveStudy.
|Example of a MindMap||
Again to promote the discipline of ActiveStudy the format described below is employed during the whole course of the student tuition