Marty Lobdell - Study Less Study Smart

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PierceCollegeDist11

PierceCollegeDist11

11 yıl önce

If you spend hours and hours of studying, without improving your grades, or information retention, then learn how to study smart by Marty Lobdell. Lobdell taught Psychology at Pierce College in Washington State for 40 years. During Lobdell's career, he has taught tens of thousands of students and he wants students to succeed. After watching students cram for eight hours or more for a test without any improvement, Lobdell has developed a studying technique that helps the brain retain the information that you are studying in this video "Study Less, Study Smart"

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Md Shahinur Rahman
Md Shahinur Rahman
1. Don't study for too long if you are not enjoying it. Take short breaks after 20-30 minutes.
Martinez
Martinez 17 saatler önce
I’m 48years old living in California, am hoping to retire at 50 if things keep going well for me. Bought my first house last month and I can’t be more proud that am i now. Am glad i made great decision about my finances that change me forever
Brandon Tea
Brandon Tea
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barbarsss
barbarsss
Found this video about 6 years ago when I just couldn't pass my final accounting exams to obtain my professional qualification, used Marty's methods and became a fully qualified accountant 4 years ago. Still use his methods to this day even to learn documents and processes in work! You're the man Marty, thanks so much 🙏
Pounce Cat
Pounce Cat
Just invested an hour of my time learning how to study less and study smart. I wish I have known this when I was in high school and college. it's never too late to learn. Love it. thank you, Mr. Lobdell. The world needs more teachers like you.
PierceCollegeDist11
PierceCollegeDist11
We have just successfully defended this video from a bogus copyright violation claim. The claimant admitted they made a mistake. This video is entirely produced by Pierce College, its staff and faculty and Pierce College in Washington State, USA is the legal copyright owner. Please enjoy Professor Lobdell's video as everyone has their personal, successful study habits and, as a teacher for decades, Professor Lobdell has seen many different styles. In this video he tells you one of those techniques that he has found to lead to student success.
Cosmin Ilincuta
Cosmin Ilincuta 8 yıl önce
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SYED MUHAMMAD TAHIR SHAKIL
SYED MUHAMMAD TAHIR SHAKIL
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Halcyform
Halcyform Yıl önce
The early part where he identifies losing focus, clarifying what that means, and what to do about it, are very good. Whenever you have a functional procedure for something (that is repeatable), this is a permanent tool that you can always fall back on and increase your efficiency. With continued use, you can even further refine, adapt and evolve it.
Adi Melon
Adi Melon
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Brandon Laba
Brandon Laba
I graduated college 7 years ago. One thing I miss about school is those teachers that were really enthusiastic and passionate about what they taught. Marty seems like one of those great types of teachers. Cheers to you, Marty! And thanks for the useful knowledge!
Black Tiger - Repie
Black Tiger - Repie
For those not enjoying the lamp idea for only studying, I started listening to a music genre that I NEVER listen to on my free time, that being Lofi. I also added in that for every break I take after the I find myself drifting (mine is 25-30) I add in a minute extra to my study break. Super helpful, I passed my first Math class with ALMOST a A, I got a B+, that never happens.
Ace The FireDragon
Ace The FireDragon 3 yıl önce
When you reach a level of procrastination where instead of studying, you watch videos about studying.
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If you noticed, he gave the most important information in the first 10 minutes. That being to take breaks when studying because you start to tune out at around the 10-15 min mark. That way people remember to how to study their notes the better better than everything else. A very clever way to teach. It also shows he truly believes what he teaches & cares about doing it which I 100% respect. I’ve seen so many teachers just not care anymore. I love seeing this enthusiasm for education. Especially in the bio medical field.
kewl800i
kewl800i Gün önce
5 years ago I watched this months before I took the bar exams to improve my study/review habits. This is very effective (and I passed the bar). "The moment you start to slide, you're shovelling against the tide."- that stuck with me. It is important that this is done with focus and under a blocked schedule. And of course, personal treats is just as important too!
Aber1u
Aber1u
This is incredible how many of these concepts he is describing I had to come up with on my own when I was studying in a university. Such as, to remember something, you have to figure out the concept of it. Or that coming up with questions about what exactly is it you want to understand from the text will make reading so much easier. Or that having food in sight will make you think of food, not work. Nobody taught us that, unfortunately. As an artist, I was also copying some of the classical paintings as a part of learning, and I quickly realised that simply making an exact copy taught me little. The more efficient way was to decompose it, for example: copy only the lighting, or try to recreate the structure of the objects, or make it flat and try to figure out the relations between black and white parts of the picture. This way you get to understand the thinking process that went into it.
Dani
Dani Yıl önce
This was "short", sweet, and meaningful to listen to! I grew up homeschooled. My mom couldn't keep up with my schooling once I hit high school, and I had to find ways to teach myself. I had so many problems studying certain subjects but could breeze through others. It took me a long time to figure out my best study methods. I have always had a love for learning and a healthy hunger for "the Why" of what I was learning. I never let my struggles discourage me. Over time, I naturally realized that this hunger for the "why" was the driving force of my memory retention. Now, in my 30s, I'm starting to homeschool my son. I'm stretching "brain muscles" long forgotten. The schooling started a little chaotically as my 5yr old and I began adjusting to a new routine. To prepare myself, I have been waking up just a smidge earlier in the day. before the kids wake up, I spend about 30 min. on my own learning. Today, you're video popped up. Sipping on my coffee, I eagerly took notes. I can look back on my own schooling now and recognize the road blocks to my learning. This lecture will help me not only in my own continued learning, but also in teaching my children. 💕
Kelly Ng
Kelly Ng
i hope this man is having a good life, he helped a lot of us ❤️
Mr Minnesoda
Mr Minnesoda Yıl önce
27 year old sophomore starting over. This lecture helped me change my life last year. Came back to say thank you.
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i love how this man was so invested in his own presentation and it really helped me focus and realize the importance of working smarter and not harder. i usually don't watch 1 hour long videos but he pointed out everything that needed to be said and it was incredible!!
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