Welcome to Strayer class of 2018. Studying is "merely" the manipulation of data. Arrange, and rearrange, write it out and chart it out, think about it and talk about it. The more you do of that, the more you'll understand, and then therefore be able to analyze and synthesize the content. (The translates in to getting a good grade on the test.)
One more piece of advice about boredom, the more interested you make yourself become about a topic, the more interesting the topic becomes. Control your own mind!
World Communism, Strayer 22
Class forum anyone? Well, remember, it's just
one test this week on Tues/Wed; and it's a
"hybrid" test, multiple choice and margin questions.
World at War, strayer 21
Industry & Domination, Strayer 20
Here you go for those four people who have figured out my assertion that this helps, and for the six of you who actually think I know what I'm doing and read on the weekend. I'll check in occasionally today.
Industrialization, Strayer 18
An open letter from the Strayer Blog:
Miss me? I just want you to know that I've slaved away, week after week, trying to help you with the Strayer tests in Mr. Bingham's class. But did you appreciate me? Did you bother to visit? God forbid you should post a comment here! So, I took some time off, let's just say I don't remember much and I don't want to talk about it. I'm back if you really want me. If not, I'm thinking of spending a little time Vegas.
Your Lonely Friend
Religion & Science, Strayer 16
Silver, Fur & Slaves: Strayer 15
Here students interact about the WHAP class, ideas for learning, and Strayer's 1st edition.