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Thursday, September 29, 2022

Anwar's Learning Flow Taxonomy - A research oriented guide for school children and students preparing for competitions

 One effective way to study and organize study material is to use the "Pomodoro Technique". This involves breaking up study sessions into 25-minute intervals, with 5-minute breaks in between. During each 25-minute study session, focus solely on one task, such as reading a chapter or working on a set of problems.

Another way to organize study material is to create a study schedule that breaks up the material into manageable chunks. This can be done by creating a weekly or daily study plan, and allocating specific time slots for different subjects or topics.

Additionally, try to use different methods of studying such as flashcards, mnemonic devices, and summarizing the main points in your own words. Using different methods will help keep studying interesting and help you to retain information better. Another way to organize your study material is to use a visual method, such as creating mind maps, flashcards, diagrams or charts.

Lastly, to keep study material organized, consider using a system for keeping track of notes, flashcards, and other study materials. This could include using a physical binder or a digital tool such as a note-taking app.

Very similar to the importance of planning in above example, When researching for school projects or competitions, it is important to start by creating a research plan. This includes identifying a clear research question, outlining a research method, and determining what sources to use.

To find reliable sources, use databases and websites that are credible and peer-reviewed. Avoid using unreliable sources such as Wikipedia or personal blogs. It's also important to take detailed notes while researching, and to organize and cite your sources properly.

When writing your report or presentation, be sure to use your own words and to give credit to the sources you used. Avoid plagiarism by properly citing your sources.

Lastly, practice time management, try to work on the research in chunks and make sure to leave some time to proofread and edit your work before submitting it or giving the presentation.

Sharing here my research based snapshot of an ideal learning flow.