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hat if you had a way to COMPLETELY STOP PROCRASTINATING?. ould you do it ?. I am SURE you would!. nfortunately , I don’t have a way to COMPLETELY stop procrastination. Something I do have is…. HAT I LEARNED IN earning how to Learn. - Overcoming

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ouldyou do it?

I am SURE

you would!

slide3

nfortunately,

I don’t have

a way to

COMPLETELY

stop procrastination.

Something I do have is…

slide4

HAT I LEARNED IN

earning

how to Learn

slide5

- Overcoming

Procrastination

  • - Overwriting
  • Bad Habits
  • - Focusing on the
  • Process not the Product
  • - Interleaving
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ccording to Merrian-Webster.com, Procrastinate is:

‘to be slow or late about doing something that should be done.’

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ccording to Dr. Oakley, it is a temporary relief to stress. One that ultimately cause more stress and frustration.

It is also something I grapple with on an all too frequent basis.

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rocrastination can be tackled by using a few techniques. One good

one is the ‘Pomodoro.’

Stop all distractions &

focus intently on the

subject at hand for

25 full minutes.

Then have a reward

for your effort!

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he REWARD is important in overwriting bad habits. I’ve learned that habits have 4 components:

1.) The Cue

2.) The Routine

3.) The Reward &

4.) The Belief.

BELIEVE that you can change! That is essential.

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verwriting bad habits is a part of erasing procrastination. Identify the cue to the undesirable habit. Change the routine of that habit. Give yourself a reward for changing. And always believe that you can change.

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You can do it!!!

Believe in YOU!

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nother important idea

that I learned was to focus

on the process and not

the product. This idea

reminded me of a statement

I had heard before.

“Art is a process,

not a product.”

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he process is the habits

and actions associated

with the flow of time. This

was stated in video lecture

3 from week 3.

Make time flowing by your

friend. The product triggers

the pain areas of the brain

associated with

procrastination

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ocusing on the process

rather than the product

was an idea that I kept on

the back burner of my mind

ever since I first heard the

statement, ‘Art is a process,

not a product.

This experience leads me to

my next concept…

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nterleaving

  • According to Merriam-
  • Webster.com, interleaving
  • is adding sheets or leaves
  • to a book.
  • In the context of education, Interleaving is a variable approach to learning.
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he variable approach

means that multiple ideas

and information are practiced

all mixed together. According

to the video lectures and

gocognitive.net it has much

better long-term outcomes

for remembering than more

basic ways of remembering

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emembering the

saying about art and

process makes me think of

interleaving because

I made a connection between

something I learned recently

and something I learned

many years ago. To me that seemed like a type of interleaving.

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t was GREAT

to realize that connection

and put it together in my thoughts. It made the class more visceral and EXCITING to me.

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hat in turn made me aware of the journey of learning that I am on right now. How these seemingly

unrelated ideas are actually

relatable and can apply to

other areas of life. From making new study habits

to having better interaction

with others.

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hank ou!

  • for viewing
  • my presentation
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