Welcome week – November 2020
#Get ready for a New Start
Are you ready to Study at Rome Business School?!
Another intake is starting. Are you ready to start your journey with US? From the 2nd to the 8th of November we will give the start to the welcome week fall session.
To prepare you to better attend the courses we design some “Ready to Start” classes.
Follow our Pre-Master interactive session and get the most out of your educational experience!
The welcome week is a moment where you will have a first approach with the school and our learning methodology
You can study on campus and online, getting in contact with international realities coming from different sides of the world. Here some insights on how to improve your studying methods.
Improve your memory
Attention is one of the major components of memory. In order for information to move from your short – term memory into your long-term memory, you need to actively attend to this information. Try grouping similar concepts and terms together, or make an outline of your notes and textbook readings to help group related concepts. Mnemonic devices are a technique often used by students to aid in recall. A mnemonic is simply a way to remember information. For example, you might associate a term you need to remember with a common item that you are very familiar with. The best mnemonics are those that utilize positive imagery, humor, or novelty. Come up with a rhyme, song, or joke to help remember a specific segment of information.
Visualzie concepts Draw charts or figures in the margins of your notes or use highlighters or pens in different colors to group related ideas in your written study materials.
When you’re studying unfamiliar material, take the time to think about how this information relates to what you already know. By establishing relationships between new ideas and previously existing memories, you can dramatically increase the likelihood of recalling the recently learned information. Research published in 2017 suggests that reading materials out loud significantly improves your memory of the material. Educators and psychologists have also discovered that having students actually teach new concepts to others enhances understanding and recall.
As a matter of fact, mind mapping can improve our memory because it can involve association and imagination as part of the process of creating a map. … By including words, images, colors, and branches, the mind map helps the map maker to place information into memory. Another great way to increase your reacall, is to occasionally change your study routine. If you’re accustomed to studying in one specific location, try moving to a different spot during your next study session. If you study in the evening, try spending a few minutes each morning reviewing the information you studied the previous night.
What is Your Learning Style?
This is just a little extract of what we will talk about with Ema Di Petrillo Soft – Skill expert and Lecturer, during our Ready to Start Sessions.