|12-11-2011, 01:53 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2010
when starting something again, what is your approach?
so i am teaching myself trig on the side
yeah getting myself to sit there and do its hard at times
would you build up the momentum slowly or pour into it all at once, to build a lot of momentum?
if you build a lot of momentum thats great, its hard to stop, but if you take it slower what are the benefits?
|12-11-2011, 06:35 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2011
I assume you are referring to "trigonometry".
The best approach for anything at all depends on what works well for the individual. The best thing to do is to try and recall the times when you've learned something very well, and try to replicate the strategy that you've used at that time.
I have found time and again (for me) that I need to do exercises right after learning/understanding the material. This is how I learn the fastest and this is how I can retain the most information.
I've also discovered that I need to pre-read the materials for exposure before trying to read for understanding.
Using all of these experiential information, I devised a six-step study method for myself. The rest is just application.
Trigonometry is really fun and easy once you understand the premise that it is a measurement of ratios. Have fun =)
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