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Learning Exercise: DARE TO CHALLENGE YOURSELF

Title:
DARE TO CHALLENGE YOURSELF
Material:
Description:
Help to Minimize Procrastination using "maps"
Course: Professional, Medical, and Legal Office Procedures

Info

Submitted by:
Andrews
Date Last Modified:
November 22, 2002

Exercise

Question: How will you remember/recall all the information regarding
procrastination?

Answer: Use a map?sometimes referred to as a mind map or cognitive map.

Where to learn about maps:

Go to the link below and read about mapping benefits, steps, and use; how to
make a map; devices that show relationships; and view an example.

http://frc.edu/andrews/Department/Notetaking.htm

Specifically, you will create your own personal map(s) as you progress through
the procrastination steps to aid your memory/recall of the information you read.

Hints:
? Be creative
? Use color
? Use your own ?designs?

Remember:
The map(s):
? Are for your benefit.
? Should mean something to you.
? Should visually jog your memory/recall with the use of color and design as
well as with words.

Specific End Result:
You will procrastinate less, which leads to increased efficiency and
effectiveness.

Added benefits of the Notetaking Techniques link. You may discover other ways to
improve your memory/recall.

Categories

Audience

  • College General Ed
  • College Lower Division
  • Professional

Topics

Benefits; Steps; Use; Devices

Requirements

Ability to read and write

Learning Objectives

Creat a cognitive map that means something to individual and allows s/he to recall what is read

Type of Task

  • Individual
  • Student-centered
  • Supplemental activity
  • Unsupervised