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Math is taught in a very specific sequence. If you miss one or more classes, be sure to ask your teacher or other students for help with what you missed. Otherwise, it will be hard for you to catch up.

 
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It is important to be a good listener in class. Most of what you will have to learn is presented verbally by your teachers. Good listening in class is a cognitive act that requires you to pay attention and mentally process what the teacher says. Here are some things to do to be a good listener in class.  
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Loci Strategy

 
The loci strategy for remembering information is based on your familiarity with a place, such as your home. The strategy helps you remember lists of items through organization, visualization, and association. Read on to learn about each of the steps in the loci strategy.
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Free teaching tip Having your students complete analogies can help them master difficult science concepts. Here are some science-related analogies you can have your students complete ... Another free teaching tip In this day and age with TV and the Internet, students are reading less and less. Here are some ideas for getting your students to read things other than assigned readings. ...
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Free Study Tip I suggest that if you have sloppy handwriting, then after you write notes, type them up at home. It can make it easier for you to study. To save time, for abbreviations write down a key. EX: EQ= Earthquake
 
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Another free Study Tip Study real hard and you can do anything you want in school Do extra work so you can understand what you are doing in class and always do your best on tests too.
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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors When you study for a test, don't worry about what you will have to learn later. Just study for now. Then the stress will be gone.
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