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There is no simple solution to becoming a deep learner Reading a book or listening to lectures cannot transform a person but if reflected upon carefully this type of advice can open many doors that you can choose to walk through Since beginning to read our book What the Best College Students do I have begun many acts of reflection the instruction given to become a deep learner is an active road not one of complacency I need to take an active role in managing my various tasks my learning methods and my personal thoughts In order to live up to my potential I will have to work hard making use of every second that I have The time management concepts that we have covered in class have made a huge impression on me particularly the concept of the fifteen minute blocks Using this method I know that if I utilize my time I will have to become a more efficient learner The first step to doing this is prioritizing my tasks some tasks are more important or time-consuming than others Jennifer A Livingston an educational psychologist at the University of Buffalo describes this as ones knowledge of task variables Without cognitive knowledge of what I have been doing I have already made significant progress in getting to know my task variables Livingston 1997 p 1 I have learned that if I put off writing an entire essay until the day that it is due I will not write a quality piece of work therefore I must break down bigger assignments into smaller pieces In math I know that I will cover more material if I work sequentially through problem-sets not skipping from the easiest to the hardest the most common strategy Though I do have a basic understanding of my task variables I will never know everything I will have to
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