Wednesday, December 29, 2010
I found this online. It comes from William J. Rapaport, a professor of computer and cognitive science at SUNY-Buffalo. Among his suggestions are that students take notes during class without a laptop and then copy them over at home (I did that in law school too), read texts slowly and "actively" and make notes in the margin, set grade goals for yourself and if you don't meet them, cut back on non-school activities.
Click here to read the rest of Professor Rapaport's suggestions which he intersperses with some funny cartoons to illustrate each point.