* Welcome back! Fall 2020 Semester is here!* Online learning, Zoom is here to stay* All recent articles re: Zoom target teachers, not students* Difference between synchronous/asynchronous online courses* This is a Meta-episode → Learning how to learn* Following these strategies will work no matter the format of class
Interview with Chase DiMarco
* The Pareto Principle* Strategies for using a planner, To-Do list* Urgency vs. Importance
* Value of re-reading notes* Memory strategies to improve studying effectiveness* How can a lecture recording/transcript be useful?
* How important is a routine when it comes to learning/studying?* Developing healthy routines, importance of self-awareness* Useful apps* Books about routine/habit* The Power of Habit * Atomic Habits
* Learn more about Chase at FreeMedEd.org and The Medical Mnemonist Podcast* Mensa Lecture referenced during interview* If you are a recent college grad or faculty member that’s in recovery for mental health issues, I’d love to interview you about your goal achievement quest, the struggles/adversity you faced, as well the wellness strategies you used! I’m particularly interested in interviewing student entrepreneurs and those involved in mental health advocacy. There are a variety of ways to reach out.* Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org* The Official Podcast Website* Visit the podcast’s Facebook page! or* Follow the podcast on Twitter* Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Soundcloud, or Google Play. A rating and/or review would also really help out the show and allow new listeners to discover it. Thanks for all the reviews so far!* Looking for help on how to become a better online student in college? Try my course, Ace Your Online Class, available on Udemy. It’s got lots of tips and strategies on how to not only survive learning online in today’s college environment, but thrive!* Ace Your Online Class Update: No longer free to public, but podcast listeners will never pay for this course! Email me and I’ll get you a code to sign up for free. * Thanks to Rob Cavallo for today’s intro music. For more information about him or the music you heard today, you can email: email@example.com*