Baton Rouge, Louisiana | Saturday, November 22, 2014

How I Learn

Discovering how you learn is one of the first steps to improving the learning process.  If we can understand how we learn, then we can identify our strengths and challenges.  In turn, we can make the appropriate adjustments to our learning techniques. 

Each person’s brain has their preferred way of processing information that is unique to their personality and preferences.  The key is to learn how your brain prefers to process information so that it can learn in the most efficient way.

 

1
Assess
(Where Am I?)

On-line Self-Assessments
(you will be redirected to www.lsu.edu/learn where you will be asked to login to take these assessments.  You will be able to print your results).


Learn
(Where do I Want to Go?)

Online Workshops

Videos

Tip Sheets

What is the difference between high school and college studying?

How does the brain learn and remember?

How do I learn best?

How do I become an expert learner?

3
Plan
(How do I get there?)

Create My Plan