Marty Lobdell - Study Less Study Smart

2011 ж. 21 Шіл.
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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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  • When you reach a level of procrastination where instead of studying, you watch videos about studying.

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  • 1. Don't study for too long if you are not enjoying it. Take short breaks after 20-30 minutes. 2. Don't study in the living room, bedroom, etc. Study in a separate place dedicated to studying. 3. Don't try to memorize without understanding. Try to understand the concept first. 4. Don't always study alone. Studying in groups helps a lot. 5. Don't highlight text blindly. Highlighting doesn't help that much. It only indicates Recognization not Recollection of the topic. 6. Always take notes. Reviewing the notes after a short time helps a lot. 7. Always try to teach others what you have learned. Teaching is the best way of learning. 8. Sleep is so much important for pushing something into your long-term memory. Get at least 7-8 hours of sound sleep. 9. Use the SQ3R(survey, question, recite, read, review) method while studying. 10. Use Mnemonics. It's the best way to memorize facts.

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    • it should be read, recite, review

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    • @Md Shahinur Rahman omg thanks soo much

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  • 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.

    Pounce ChenPounce Chen7 ай бұрын
    • I d also argue it needs more students like you, ready to learn for life and not just up to their time in school and college! Thank you for bettering your community!

      Unwavering DisciplineUnwavering Discipline28 күн бұрын
    • yes

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  • 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.

    PierceCollegeDist11PierceCollegeDist115 ай бұрын
    • Thank you so much for sharing! It gave me hope on my studies.

      gutsy rookiegutsy rookieАй бұрын
  • 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 🙏

    barbarsssbarbarsssАй бұрын
  • I took notes of the main points of this speech, and I wanna share them to anyone who can find them useful so you may not have to watch the whole video if you don't have enough time. 1. Study on periods of half an hour and then go away and do whatever enjoyable thing you want for 5 minutes. Return to your desk and repeat (I personally find more useful the 50-10-50-10 minutes combo). 2. Have a desk especially for studying. Have a room especially for studying and working on your projects. Have a lamp, a chair, anything especially for studying. Don´t do other things in that environment. Go to other room or chair whenever you finish studying or working. Doing this makes your brain associate that environment with productivity, studying and working. 3. Don't listen to music not designed especially for studying purposes (even classical one) while you're studying. This is because you will find yourself giving part of your attention to the music or the lyrics, and you don't want to do that. Be focused in only one thing at a time. 4. Learn to differentiate between concepts and facts. Facts can be forgotten. It´s natural. But the things you really wanna learn and keep in your mind are the concepts. How does it works, what is the function of it, how does it connect to other concepts; that´s where you wanna struggle with. 5. Learning something is about to put a concept in your own words. To be able to explain that concept to a friend, a partner of studying, whoever asks you for an explanation. 6. TAKE Notes! Your brain is not a Hard Drive. 7. Realize the difference between recognition and recollection. Our brains are extremely good "remembering" things (only recognizing) when we read again a passage after we virtually forgot it. The prove that you didn´t remember that is that you would´nt have idea of that content without the help that brought that old idea into your memory. 8. Sleep good. That´s the main way the brain consolidates long term memory into a permanent memory. 9. About notes. Right after class take 5-10 minutes to read and expand the notes. Make them deeper and explain the thing with your own words. If you don´t have anyone to explain or talk about it, write it down. That´s a very important factor on getting useless notes into usable notes. 10. Teach another person. If you´re teaching and you don´t remember something or you can´t get into a good explanation, then you know where are the gaps of information that you have and what do you have to study again or ask the teacher the next day. If you can´t or you don´t have anyone next to you, teach an empty chair. That´s nothing wrong with speaking out loud to nobody if you realize what you are doing. Or, again, write it down. Make a dialogue with an imaginary friend who asks questions and you have to answer those. 11. Textbooks. Use the SQ3R method: Survey, Question, Read, Recite and Review. First, you wanna know a textbook isn´t a novel. You can go to the last page and I guarantee you nobody will discover who killed the main character. You can follow this path: a) take a brief look to the chapter you wanna study, watch the images, look what is all going to be about. b) Look for the main questions. Does the textbook have some questions at the end of a section or a chapter? Write them down. At least, remember them (but having both things in your brain [trying to remember the main questions and studying at the same time may be very hard to do] Or you can use the Closure Effect in your favor). Even if you write them, have those questions in your mind so when you´re reading the textbook you can find the answers and know what is important and what is not. c) Read the bold words. Titles, sub-titles, names, main ideas, everything that is marked. If the author and editor market that, it means they want you to read and keep that information on particular. d) Read the first and last sentence in every paragraph. It just works (not always, but if the paragraph is long, it will be useful). If the textbook is well written, the first sentence in the paragraph will be an introduction of the idea of the paragraph, and the last sentence will be an overview of what was all about. With that in mind, all your outlook of the topic will expand and there you´ll be ready for: e) Read the whole thing. f) Try to answer the questions you made before. If you can´t, don´t worry, because the next step is: g) Re-read the chapter. This time with a marker and a pencil in your hands. You can mark, now that you know what are you looking for, the actual main ideas, and take notes in the edge of the page. h) Finish answering the questions you made before, make new ones (you know what are the important topics you want to have an answer for), and i) Make anything you want to explain the topic to a children. You have to explain it in your own words, using simple language a 6-year-old kid would understand. You can write a complete essay pretending being an expert on the topic, and every time you feel gaps in your explanation, go read the material again. When you have your study done, you´ll have 3 materials to work with: a) a textbook with useful marks and edge-page notes, b) a list of the main questions of the topic answered, and c) an essay (or mind map, whatever) made entirely by you, explaining all of it from zero to one hundred percent. 12. Recall. Between each of the steps of last point (a to i), you may consider taking 30 seconds to one minute trying to remember everything you learned before only with your mind (close your eyes if you want). Try to remember as close as the original material as you can. Once you finished, go to the next step and repeat 13. Use mnemonics. If you struggle with knowing which of which two different, but similar words, is the one which does something, and if is that of the other one which does the opposite thing, use acronyms, associate those concepts with images, a coined phrase; be creative. That´s a good way to remember a very particular group of facts. Books I recommend about this topic: - A Mind for Numbers (Barbara Oakley) - Atomic Habits (James Clear) - How to take smart notes (Sönke Ahrens)

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    • Thank you

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      Sahil RoySahil Roy3 күн бұрын
    • mi hermano, tu eres a BOSS. thanks for doing this.

      Jordan KitJordan KitАй бұрын
    • Thank you so much martiaz ortiz for taking notes..🙂

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    • Think I love you. I do, I love you. You're appreciated!

      Robert ThompsonRobert Thompson5 ай бұрын
  • 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. A dedicated study area is largely a luxury, which is why I liked him pointing out something like a study lamp to try and fake out your state of mind. It'll be a luxury because life doesn't always go the way you want and you are often not in control of your environment, conditions or the people you have to work with. Again, you need to have some kind of procedure on how you study. Should have a core method, but then that core should be supported by various methods. Each method will be more applicable to a different situation or material. As for methods, something that he said needs to be repeated. Notes. Notes are key. Take notes during, if possible. However, don't sacrifice the moment for notes. Fit notes in where you can, anyway you can. Immediately after, dump everything you can recall into your notes. Don't organize. Getting it on paper is the priority. If you have trouble, rewind, picture yourself and what you were doing. Try to relive the moment. Every sound, smell, facial expression, discussion, argument, emotion, whatever. Any association you can think of to hook and recall information. Retrieve it and write it down. Once it's all down, then you can organize it. Organize it, review it, and find out what's missing or confused. For notes, I used to use the cornell method. I moved away from that and simply took notes on front only. Leave the back blank for either more notes (as my understanding improves) and/or various memory hooks such as drawings, examples or references that further clarify information. As your understanding improves, refine and rewrite. The front and back should then firm up to be more concrete. Text on front. Drawings, examples, graphs, etc on back. Memory Hooks/Memory Palace. Stories, mnemoics, limericks, picture association, etc. This is an area of study on it's own and should be explored and see what works for you. Book studying. This takes some preparation, but what I do is research what I have available for books on subject. Instead of using one book, use at least three. One book should be as basic as possible. Another book should be heavy on illustrations (or similar) and another should be more advanced (theory). Match up their chapters and study them simultaneously. It'll be like you are piecing together a jigsaw puzzle. Don't focus on facts, focus on how it works. Use the basic book to study overall purpose, the theory on how to explain why and the illustrations to give you a visual reference to tie them together. Using the multi book method also breaks up the fatigue you get from looking at the same [book] material. Each book will also have some overlap, which is what you want since each author will present the material differently. You'll be forced to view the material from different angles/viewpoints. Comparing/Reconciling these different viewpoints will be their own exercise that will force you to think differently. You may also find that one author makes more sense than another in a particular area. Eventually, you pull everything you need from those books and consolidate it into your own. Then guard it like it's made out of gold, because people will try to steal it if they see it. Don't underestimate your subconscious. While you are actively bombarding yourself, your subconscious will be chewing away at all this stuff and the differing viewpoints/material will help speed up the AH HA moment. When you move from one book to another, your subconscious will be picking up on these transitions and will be on the look out for things that stand out. It will eventually put them together. You'll be in the shower, making dinner or on the toilet, and eventually you'll be like: OMG. No marker highlighting. Ever. If you absolutely have to, use a vertical line (in pencil) next to paragraph you need to look at. If you need something specific to pop out, you should be making notes in the margins (in your own words). If you are very lucky, you'll eventually come across a book on the subject that will stand alone on it's own once you've made some margin notes. Unfortunately, they are pretty rare.

    HalcyformHalcyform8 ай бұрын
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      Renekton FTWRenekton FTW5 ай бұрын
  • What he has taught us, trying to remember, 1) study 25 min after that moment you think you r not getting any thing, get up, take 5 min rest. 2) buy a lamp, and have study room. 3) sleeping 7-8 hrs 4) revision , try to revise moment you finish study 5) try to teach other by your own words. 6) try to make summary, and highlight most important line. 7) book reading method RQR3 STANds research question reading recite review 8) mnemonics 8.1 acronyms 8.2 forgot 8.3 images( most important)

    Deepak nagerDeepak nager8 ай бұрын
  • 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!

    Brandon LabaBrandon Laba5 ай бұрын
  • I'd say this is a must watch for teachers as equally as for students!

    NoukzNoukz7 ай бұрын
  • CONTENT 00:15 - 1) *Study break* 07:50 - 2 *Reward system* 10:19 - 3) *Dedicated study area* (Behavior Reinforcement) 19:49 - 4) *Rote memorization* vs. *Active learning* 32:49 - 5) *Study groups* 33:58 - 6) *Highlighting books* (Recognition vs. Recollection) 36:37 - 7) *Remembering* (Recollection) ---- 36:57 - 8) *Sleeping* (REM Sleep) 39:09 - 9) *Taking notes* 41:20 - 10) *Active Recitation* 43:22 - 11) *Study from books* (SQ3R = Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review) 47:42 - 12) *Mnemonics* (Acronyms, Coin Sayings, Interactive Images)

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    • Thanks👍

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    • ❤️

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    • God bless you!

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    • Thankss for the reference

      _Michael__Michael_3 ай бұрын
  • 1 take a break to keep your studying time efficient and pleasant 2 have a dedicated study area (create a “study lamp”) 3 learn the concept rather than focusing on the facts 4 make things meaningful (study groups, examples, put thing in your own words) 5 get enough sleep 6 take notes during class, expend on them right after class (5 min) ask the teacher if you can’t 7 teach someone else, even an empty chair 8 how to use a textbook: SQ3R survey (go through the chapters) question (raise them as you survey) read (look for answers) recite review 9 memorise facts with mnemonics (acronyms, coined sayings, interacting images)

    Just Carine in ParisJust Carine in Paris7 ай бұрын
  • 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. 💕

    DaniDani8 ай бұрын
  • I’m back in school at 39 for psychology and this was super helpful. 🐼 I’ve loved mnemonics for years when I was younger and they are still helping me learn new Japanese words. 🇯🇵 Thank you good sir, you have brought back some great concepts for me.

    Milk Tea ASMRMilk Tea ASMR4 ай бұрын
  • 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!!

    zz8 ай бұрын
  • I tried to summarize the whole lecture, and I'm really sorry if I made any mistake. I hope it helps you: 1. Break it up into small chunks and reinforce it. Find out what is funny to do during short breaks, and what is a great reward at the end of the consecutive studying hours. --------------------------------------------------------- 2. Create a study area. Turn your table and chair to make your bed behind you, so that you don't look at it and remember sleeping. Try studying at some study café. --------------------------------------------------------- 3. The more active you are in your learning, the more effective. The way to learn effectively is first you have to decide what you are learning: facts or concepts? Understanding the name of a bone is a fact, but understanding what it does in the body is a concept. If it's a fact use Google, references... etc. Concepts are more important. Learning only the facts is a waste of time, for example, I remember the lyrics of thousands of songs but do I know what are those songs about? I don't know what is 90% of the songs are about. Can you put the concept in your own words? If you can't; you don't really understand it. It's not meaningful to you, and to make it meaningful is a struggle that you need to do, or you're wasting your study time. Take the time to discover the meaning of it. What is the meaning of meaning? A meaningful piece is a piece that relates to something you already know. Ex: a file system, that you've already established, you add a new entry to it so it's all neatly organized, and it's very easy if you got a file system to add a new entry. A meaningless piece is a piece that does not relate to something you already know. So, how should you understand something brand new? You have to create a new entry. You should break it down. Tips of advice: A. Study groups are powerful & great. B. Read the whole thing (ex: 4 paragraphs) & then get back and read and understand the 1st paragraph again, one by one. C. Sleep well, have a good rest for your memory. D. Write notes during the class, and right after the class; sit down with your notes and expand on everything you wrote down, give it depth. If you want to do it after 2 hours you will have forgotten some of your own notes. E. Look for classmates and ask them for help. F. Active Recitation: The best way to learn is to teach somebody else. If there's no one, teach an empty chair, or write it out. --------------------------------------------------------- 4. How to use textbooks? Use "SQ3Rs": Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review. Survey: a textbook is not a novel, so you can go through the entire chapter and survey it. Question: you raise questions as you go through the survey, ex: what is X here? , what is Y..?...etc. Read & Recite mentioned before. Review: give yourself enough time to review what you've studied. We usually make a mistake when we start studying shortly before the exams which leaves us with NO time to review what we've studied. --------------------------------------------------------- 5. Acronyms and interacting images. Acronyms help you remember and memorize facts, terms, and idioms. Interacting images help you understand and also connect things together and memorize facts. ---------------------------------------------------------

    Azzam HausenAzzam Hausen Жыл бұрын
    • Thanks

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    • god bless you

      PabloPablo8 ай бұрын
    • Tks♡

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    • Okay yeyaauayewtwatyye

      Brookelynn TBrookelynn T8 ай бұрын
  • 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.

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  • Marty you teach with such passion and sincerity, how could i NOT learn from you? You truly are amazing and i thank you whole heartedly in sharing your knowledge and wisdom.

    Alex HooperAlex Hooper9 ай бұрын
  • That was an excellent lecture! Thank you for sharing you wisdom with us!

    Joshua YoungJoshua Young5 ай бұрын
  • This man brought me on the right track! Hats off to you sir.. this video is going to change my strategy to study ❤️

    Take the ball pass the ball.Take the ball pass the ball.5 ай бұрын
  • This is such an amazing video! I'm not in school but I do a lot of technical studying since I'm a mechanical engineer and need to keep myself aware of new advances in the industry and I would always get upset with myself for losing focus after 30 minutes! now it all makes sense!

    F1TechF1Tech7 ай бұрын
  • i hope this man is having a good life, he helped a lot of us ❤️

    Kelly NgKelly Ng5 ай бұрын
  • ⤴️Well done! I can’t express how much I appreciate your efforts. It’!s great to have someone as special as you to work with nice youve got

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  • This was excellent. I'm 58 and found this a worthwhile investment of my time. Learn how to study. It will help you throughout your life!

    Brian O'DonohueBrian O'Donohue8 ай бұрын
  • 27 year old sophomore starting over. This lecture helped me change my life last year. Came back to say thank you.

    Mr MinnesodaMr Minnesoda Жыл бұрын
    • @noli Good luck Noli, dont forget to recharge.

      u kholidau kholida8 ай бұрын
    • I'm 24 going back to college as a freshman after dropping out twice. good luck, my friend!

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      Yogan SushiYogan Sushi Жыл бұрын
  • people never know how to avoid making mistake while trading, you need to get full understanding and knowledge it is not something you just gamble, Mrs Stacy.consistent and constructive. I am getting thel best from it.

    Larry SolomonLarry Solomon13 күн бұрын
    • thanks very much for this useful information so all

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  • Even 10 years ago, this is amazing. I'm really into it. My classmate is like zombie. My prof. teach me like don't want me to be successful plus online studying in bachelor freshmen year is hard. I always a way to improve my studying way. Mr.Lobdell know it and give it too well. Thank you very much. I love it ❤

    _tera_tera8 ай бұрын
  • He knows how to attract the attention of everyone and to make them engaged with the lecture. He knows how to be serious and fun at the same time. He’s amazing

    SabrinaSabrina6 ай бұрын
  • *I'd say this is a must watch for teachers as equally as for students!*

    SMToon StorySMToon Story4 ай бұрын
  • i never imagined watching a WHOLE DAMN 1 HR COURSE and not get bored , not even for a second. HANDS DOWN TO THIS GUY. This video will surely change my life

    lil kittenlil kitten9 ай бұрын
    • im also sure ill always have these recommendations for the rest of my life, hands down

      Nika 🔴Nika 🔴6 күн бұрын
    • Funny, I fell asleep after 30 minutes… had to take a break to finish the rest… Turns out 25-30 minutes is about right for me… lol

      Jeremy ShidelerJeremy Shideler19 күн бұрын
    • @Zen-Oh it won't change it in 1 month lol

      richkorichkoАй бұрын
    • same but im high rn so im not sure if im not getting bored bc it’s interesting or if im not getting bored bc im high

      mikemikeАй бұрын
    • @lil kitten Eyy glad to hear it. Yeah I have watched this video a few times kinda to remind myself, I am adhd though so Studying is just inherently hard for me.

      Mistwalker WabalubdubMistwalker Wabalubdub2 ай бұрын
  • One of the most interesting and enjoyable lectures I've listened to, here are most points mentioned : - study for minutes then take a break - have a study area - differentiate between facts and concepts: facts are just names but concepts: we should understand them, like functions, their role and how it works and for what purpose, the more you get to understand their meanings the more you mémorize them better and efficiently. understanding means you’re able de explain a concept in your own words and in a simple language to anyone even children. - After each class where you take notes, get back to these notes and analyze them in-depth. - active recitation: talk loudly, Teach somebody else what you study - Review textbooks by asking questions - mnemonics techniques: use acronyms (brief letters) or interacting images and link them to your study.

    RAHALI MarwaRAHALI Marwa7 ай бұрын
  • I can't thank the professor enough. Hope this golden vid pops up in YT algorithms in struggling students' phones even after 10 years. Truly hope the professor is in good health and shape if he's still present.

    Gottha nilecGottha nilec7 ай бұрын
    • no

      OliverOliver4 ай бұрын
  • I love this style of teaching, a good teacher

    Sing Hun OfficialSing Hun Official6 ай бұрын
  • ⬆️My heart just keeps thanking you and thanking you you're a blessing in disguise, you just saved me a lot of stress and trouble

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  • This professor looks so insanely into what he's doing. So much passion and actual human emotion goes into his lectures. He's actually invested into helping people and doesn't just do it for the salary. Respect

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      Eternal The inheritorEternal The inheritor6 ай бұрын
    • @40:39 -- he loves teaching, and it shows -- his lectures are amazing.

      David RDavid R7 ай бұрын
    • @王梦琪 its cuz of the zipf law iknow from vsauce, and how we got beef and cow

      マッチュッルミュウドマデゥargyrendeHRingterimksaccuマッチュッルミュウドマデゥargyrendeHRingterimksaccu7 ай бұрын
  • Man, that was truly amazing. What a teacher! Thank you!

    BorsoizinBorsoizin16 күн бұрын
  • That is exactly how I study. I focus on learning for 1 hour and then relax about 20 to 30 minutes before continuing. My grades are doing pretty well too. My other classmates study for extended period of times without breaks, they even sometimes skip sleep to study more and they do much worse than me when it comes to grades.

    HitmanHitman3 ай бұрын
  • A lot of knowledge and wisdom in just 50 mins of lecture ! never seen a guy enjoy teaching as he does.

    CalebCaleb7 ай бұрын
  • 26:28 wow that example actually really stood out to me. Never realized how crucial breaking something down into an understandable concept is when it comes to remembering things

    KillerKitten753KillerKitten7535 ай бұрын
  • I use to study by teaching my mom. I would start by "mom, did you know that..." and I would explain to her what I learned and she would ask me questions. I am so blessed that she was interested in what I was learning and would engage with me.

    Karina HernKarina Hern3 жыл бұрын
    • 💎

      JetJet7 ай бұрын
    • Vanakkam.

      Jocelyn SJocelyn S Жыл бұрын
    • so sweet

      aaka Howladeraaka Howlader Жыл бұрын
  • Successful people don't become that way overnight. most people see at a glance-wealth, a great career, purpose-is the result of hard work and hustle over time. I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life

    WickWick6 ай бұрын
    • @Northside Shawty no clue, probably bots since the accounts are all similar..

      Art and AnimationArt and Animation6 ай бұрын
    • Yeah i know im going to

      𝙍𝙊𝙃𝘼𝙉_💕...........𝙍𝙊𝙃𝘼𝙉_💕...........6 ай бұрын
    • No doubt.... There are quite a few sincere expert though

      Jason PhilipsJason Philips6 ай бұрын
    • Another good one, Mrs Clara trades services is becoming too helpful than I ever imagined she'd would be in her space.

      Sunse TheeSunse Thee6 ай бұрын
  • I love this video. Absolutely awesome! I'm a mature student. I have a Degree but am working on another Degree. I also have health issues which makes learning challenging. After all this time, I'm still learning to be a good student. I often wondered about students in South Korea who are notorious for studying up to 16 hours a day. I always wondered how that is possible? How can the brain remain that focused for so long? I've seen videos where some South Korea students are still trying to get accepted to the desired University after 5-6 attempts. Each attempt can only be made once a year which makes me wonder, if they're studying 16 hours a day all year and their grades aren't high enough to be accepted, maybe they're not studying effectively? Quality over quantity? It makes sense....)

    bluebellrose8bluebellrose85 ай бұрын
  • Great lecture ever! With the right techniques and tools you can learn any subjects easily.

    Pedro ThiagoPedro Thiago6 ай бұрын
  • An enthusiastic and engaging lecturer makes learning so much easier. Thank you Marty

    csbluechipcsbluechipАй бұрын
  • I watched this video about 2 months ago, when i was just entering a very stressful time (had to study for 7 chemistry and physics exams basically at the same time) and i thought why not apply those tips and see what happens. Well, I did and i passed every single one of them, even better than i expected and now i have my bachelors degree. Thank you very very much mr. lobdell!

    Lisa EiberLisa Eiber Жыл бұрын
    • 👏👏👏

      DanieliGrayDanieliGray7 ай бұрын
    • Studying for my bachelors in CSE right now! Hope you're doing well

      Basma RahimBasma Rahim7 ай бұрын
    • @M N The one with the study intervalls, the dedicated study area (desk) and switching on a certain light, revising from books and getting enough sleep were the biggest ones I think :)

      Lisa EiberLisa Eiber7 ай бұрын
    • What were the major tips you absorbed?

      M NM N7 ай бұрын
  • CONTENT 00:15 - 1) Study break 07:50 - 2 Reward system 10:19 - 3) Dedicated study area (Behavior Reinforcement) 19:49 - 4) Rote memorization vs. Active learning 32:49 - 5) Study groups 33:58 - 6) Highlighting books (Recognition vs. Recollection) 36:37 - 7) Remembering (Recollection) ---- 36:57 - 8) Sleeping (REM Sleep) 39:09 - 9) Taking notes 41:20 - 10) Active Recitation 43:22 - 11) Study from books (SQ3R = Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review) 47:42 - 12) Mnemonics (Acronyms, Coin Sayings, Interactive Images)

    Navier StokesNavier Stokes5 ай бұрын
  • This video shows how important teachers are,how he managed to tell us this whole concept ,made a huge impact on me!

    Ok okOk ok6 ай бұрын
  • 00:15 - 1) Study break 07:50 - 2 Reward system 10:19 - 3) Dedicated study area (Behavior Reinforcement) 19:49 - 4) Rote memorization vs. Active learning 32:49 - 5) Study groups 33:58 - 6) Highlighting books (Recognition vs. Recollection) 36:37 - 7) Remembering (Recollection) ---- 36:57 - 8) Sleeping (REM Sleep) 39:09 - 9) Taking notes 41:20 - 10) Active Recitation 43:22 - 11) Study from books (SQ3R = Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review) 47:42 - 12) Mnemonics (Acronyms, Coin Sayings, Interactive Images)

    Adi MelonAdi Melon6 ай бұрын
  • Thank you Professor Lobdell, I will use these methods in my career skill-ups!

    NoobneszNoobnesz2 ай бұрын
  • CONTENT 00:15 - 1) Study break 07:50 - 2 Reward system 10:19 - 3) Dedicated study area (Behavior Reinforcement) 19:49 - 4) Rote memorization vs. Active learning 32:49 - 5) Study groups 33:58 - 6) Highlighting books (Recognition vs. Recollection) 36:37 - 7) Remembering (Recollection) ---- 36:57 - 8) Sleeping (REM Sleep) 39:09 - 9) Taking notes 41:20 - 10) Active Recitation 43:22 - 11) Study from books (SQ3R = Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review) 47:42 - 12) Mnemonics (Acronyms, Coin Sayings, Interactive Images) personal use

    Guillaume FaureGuillaume Faure Жыл бұрын
    • Imma copy it for own reference, thank you so much, random netizen!!

      Brandon TeaBrandon Tea4 ай бұрын
    • U are an angel

      Saranjot SinghSaranjot Singh5 ай бұрын
    • A cold beer for you, Mate!

      Heidi GonzálezHeidi González5 ай бұрын
    • number 5... if I could but I have no "friend-FREIND"

      Lyssa HopeLyssa Hope5 ай бұрын
    • Look out for the fake story at 3:40. Never happened - or he was clearly lied to. Nobody should believe this story, it's ridiculous. This video is a waste of time.

      b33pTF2b33pTF26 ай бұрын
  • Am I the only one that is laughing at his subtle humor as he teaches? This guy is great.

    Jack SmithJack Smith5 ай бұрын
  • Summarize the points that the professor made: Take a short break (~5mins) after around 30 min study cycle. Have a good study place Engage actively in the learning process Make sure the understand the concept before.memorizing it Have a study group Do not confuse between recollection and recognition Do get adequate sleep Review your notes immediately adter class for deeper understanding

    Trung HoangTrung Hoang8 ай бұрын
  • Amazing lecture I ever watched ! Thank you 🙏

    Sharlota FatoevaSharlota Fatoeva24 күн бұрын
  • "If you intend to find something, you will find it." That's a life advice. It always been there, it's just been waiting for you to be ready or to want to find it.

    anita_19anita_19Күн бұрын
  • * *watches this video for 30 minutes* * * *pauses* * * *comes back later and continues for optimal learning* *

    Aspire HigherAspire Higher2 жыл бұрын
    • @Pixels lmfao

      Aspire HigherAspire Higher9 ай бұрын
    • 🤣

      PixelsPixels9 ай бұрын
    • Vanakkam

      Jocelyn SJocelyn S Жыл бұрын
    • i swear , i did the same ,lol

      Sharjil JavedSharjil Javed Жыл бұрын
    • Ahahahahhahahahahah

      Parikshit RawatParikshit Rawat Жыл бұрын
  • Excellent approach !!!! This is the most useful video for studing in comparison with others!!!Thank you so much for the advice and remember...You 've helped a lot of people ❤️!!!I will start to do what you've said tomorrow!!

    irvasirvas6 ай бұрын
  • The part where he explained how visualizing helps memorizing facts was amazing

    Máximo BenaventeMáximo BenaventeАй бұрын
  • I am not even in college anymore and I watched the entire video. Great information and teaching style!

    Tim PurseyTim Pursey5 ай бұрын
  • It's not always "time" for study; it's how you study. I graduated summa cum laude in college and graduate school. All that's required is one be organized (organizing study amid leisure - use a week planner), have a good short-term memory for tests (knowledge does sink in for long term or you know where to look it up), and have an effective study practice (like flash cards - something concentrated and portable). I've never burned the midnight oil nor missed my favorite TV shows. Ha! My study method (for tests) also allows one to study while taking a walk along a lake, a hiking trail, on public transportation, or whatever.

    J-PEZJ-PEZ8 ай бұрын
  • This guy gets it. Some professors aren’t engaging and then they wonder why we didn’t understand their 2 hour lecture

    Lolmonster777Lolmonster777 Жыл бұрын
    • @JR Perez unnecessary joke 🙄

      ForSure MyDudeForSure MyDude Жыл бұрын
    • @SPORT EDITTZ It's always the chem teachers... wanna send this to mine too

      mask-onmask-on Жыл бұрын
    • @halfyear Little did you know thats the best way to ace the class!

      Davy RogerDavy Roger Жыл бұрын
    • @Wolfie The Hedgehog it was a joke

      JR PerezJR Perez Жыл бұрын
    • @Wolfie The Hedgehog something flew over your head

      Thunder StormThunder Storm Жыл бұрын
  • Super Amazing! Still applies even for non-students.

    Rooche DigitalRooche Digital4 күн бұрын
  • I actually understood and remembered what I was studying. Thank for this video. Thank you Sir. Thank you very much 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

    Kengne OuafoKengne Ouafo5 ай бұрын
  • I randomly clicked into the suggestion thinking "I'll learn a few tricks for my ADHD ass and get out of here!" Then 1 hour later I've listened to the most meaningful (aha) lecture in a long time. I truly miss college life before quarantine. Thank you Prof Lobdell!

    BennytonBennyton6 ай бұрын
  • Amazing, as the time of writing this, I'm taking summer classes and just finished my first year of college, and taking summer classes for my second year! I should graduate in 2024 or 2025, so ask me then how I'm doing. I'll use everything in this video, going forward and try to keep good grades, and get my CS degree! We all can do it men, work hard, and study well!

    Atom LAB XAtom LAB XАй бұрын
  • Watched this at 2X speed. Took me 30 mins. Watch Less Watch Smart.

    CHKDG8CHKDG8 Жыл бұрын
    • Savage 😅

      but  ybut y3 ай бұрын
    • haha i’m doing the same thing and just reading the subtitles

      Isabel Bareno EganIsabel Bareno Egan5 ай бұрын
    • He's rapping

      Muhammad defah Risto fadilahMuhammad defah Risto fadilah8 ай бұрын
    • @Organized Microwave yup adhd brain moves that fast anyway

      Rene SRene S9 ай бұрын
  • They say third times a charm, I have pass my step 1 finally🎉🎉 for all my repeat test takers don't give up and don't be discouraged.

    tiana hilltiana hill5 ай бұрын
    • That's her numba

      Benjamin FranklinBenjamin Franklin4 ай бұрын
    • 1960…..)

      Southern  GabitoSouthern Gabito4 ай бұрын
    • 587……

      Southern  GabitoSouthern Gabito4 ай бұрын
    • 1916…...)

      Southern  GabitoSouthern Gabito4 ай бұрын
    • I'm not here to converse for her but to testify for what she did for my wife,she's really a honest and reliable Woman

      Lorien TheresaLorien Theresa5 ай бұрын
  • I have been avoiding watching this video for 2 years. I used to think "A 10 year old 1 hour video about how to study? It'll be the same crap everyone else says." Idk why I played it today, but this is simply amazing. And this dude is an amazing teacher. Learnt a lot.

    Saksham KumawatSaksham Kumawat2 ай бұрын
  • Thank you very much Mr. Lobdell and Pierce College for this valueble session 👏👏👏

    DinukaDinuka2 ай бұрын
  • Thank you! I love professors!! Very helpful!!!! This reflects "inspirational thinking life" for me as a business leader. I took a different American dream path and left my university and got a business license. Danny Finkelstein in Ft Lauderdale, FL

    Sire Danny FinkelsteinSire Danny Finkelstein5 ай бұрын
  • I decided to watch this video after I wanted to change my ways of studying to get better grades, so I took my time and took notes. Here is the result for anyone that doesn't have the time to watch the full video: -cycles of 30 mins study with 5 mins break to always stay efficient 100% or at least 90%. -create a study area -"if it doesn't change your behavior, you haven't learned it" -what am I learning? concept or fact put the concept in your own words- if you can't, it doesn't matter to you and you won't remember it. -make things meaningful, add files to already established files -recognition is not remembering. Tips : *study term A, study another term, go back to term A, look into the sky and rephrase in your own words *if you don't get 8 hours of sleep, what you study doesn't get stored efficiently nor permanently *you need to give up some other activities : sacrifice is key. We all have hours that we waste in superficial things. -Take notes, write immediately after the class; it takes only 5 minutes. -If you want to ask a question, don't say the (I don't understand), be specific. -Teach another person. If you don't have someone, teach a chair. (my personal favorite is teddy bears as a group of students haha) -SQ3R - Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review, to get the most of of textbooks. -Normally, before a test, you should only be touching up and reviewing. Putting all-nighters and late studying only results in poor performance. -To recall what you study, use Mnemonics - Acronyms, Coined sayings, Interacting images (the weirder the images, the better). I will be applying these and seeing if my performance and grades get better ^^

    IAintAllBadIAintAllBad5 жыл бұрын
    • Vanakkam.

      Jocelyn SJocelyn S Жыл бұрын
    • Thank you very much.

      United KampUnited Kamp Жыл бұрын
    • @IAintAllBad So, do you recommand those methods? If you do, which one would you rate as the most effective one?

      Ema RupcicEma Rupcic Жыл бұрын
    • @IAintAllBad guess she lived.

      EforEvery1EforEvery12 жыл бұрын
    • @EforEvery1 oh shit sorry I just saw these replies three years later omg .. I'm a girl btw, and I'm quite sure an update years later is unnecessary but if anyone is curious: at the time, upon applying these two weeks prior to my midterms, it did boost my grade a lot, but it only worked cause I focused all the methods in one subject I was bad at. But after seeing the results I took it easy and screwed up because of it. Doesn't matter now though, biggest lesson I learned is that all the hard times pass. Thank you for everyone that replied to this, you reminded me of a time I thought I would be stuck in, but I got past it. I wish you guys success and good luck

      IAintAllBadIAintAllBad2 жыл бұрын
  • Marty, you are a good teacher!I enjoyed your class!

    Clara TamClara Tam5 ай бұрын
  • Thank you very much sir for this talk. I've watched this video while I was still in pre-med (struggling to study). This video changed my life. Now, I'm an orthopedic surgeon-in-training.

    Ralph Daniel DelgadoRalph Daniel Delgado7 ай бұрын
    • How much do you think you improved?

      Talha DawoodTalha Dawood7 ай бұрын
  • What an awesome dude! I so miss my University years and studying, I think I love studying, especially when the lecturer is that good

    GreenOneGreenOne9 ай бұрын
  • I remember always seeing this video on my recommended page for months and never watched it. So glad I did today. Absolutely life changing information.

    BusinessmanBusinessman5 ай бұрын
    • Same

      Untouchable InUseUntouchable InUse4 ай бұрын
  • I'm glad I encountered this video, it is never too late to correct my bad habits. :) Salute and much respect to you sir!!

    iamklim 12iamklim 125 ай бұрын
  • To be able to find this chard I'm pasting it here 00:15 - 1) Study break 07:50 - 2 Reward system 10:19 - 3) Dedicated study area (Behavior Reinforcement) 19:49 - 4) Rote memorization vs. Active learning 32:49 - 5) Study groups 33:58 - 6) Highlighting books (Recognition vs. Recollection) 36:37 - 7) Remembering (Recollection) ---- 36:57 - 8) Sleeping (REM Sleep) 39:09 - 9) Taking notes 41:20 - 10) Active Recitation 43:22 - 11) Study from books (SQ3R = Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review) 47:42 - 12) Mnemonics (Acronyms, Coin Sayings, Interactive Images) personal use

    Cihan FatihiCihan Fatihi7 ай бұрын
  • You have enlightened me with the wisdom you've shared. I genuinely feel my world is changed. A lot about studying but just life in general. You are an absolute master teacher and have my utmost respect. I would beg just to learn directly from you for a day... I wish to have a teacher like you in my years of college. My hopes are high!

    Mr Sandman117Mr Sandman1176 ай бұрын
    • @Maxi Yeah, or retired. Is what it is.

      Mr Sandman117Mr Sandman1176 ай бұрын
    • he is maybe dead now, it makes 10+ years the video has been posted

      MaxiMaxi6 ай бұрын
  • CONTENT 00:15 - 1) Study break 07:50 - 2 Reward system 10:19 - 3) Dedicated study area (Behavior Reinforcement) 19:49 - 4) Rote memorization vs. Active learning 32:49 - 5) Study groups 33:58 - 6) Highlighting books (Recognition vs. Recollection) 36:37 - 7) Remembering (Recollection) ---- 36:57 - 8) Sleeping (REM Sleep) 39:09 - 9) Taking notes 41:20 - 10) Active Recitation 43:22 - 11) Study from books (SQ3R = Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review) 47:42 - 12) Mnemonics (Acronyms, Coin Sayings, Interactive Images)

    shekhawatshekhawat6 ай бұрын
  • He killed it , wish he was my professor

    Chrizjen JChrizjen J6 жыл бұрын
    • nice

      王梦琪王梦琪7 ай бұрын
    • If you're learning from this, you kinda are his student!

      Alex Wilson-RazzellAlex Wilson-Razzell3 жыл бұрын
    • Chrizjen J same here

      Dylan JonesDylan Jones3 жыл бұрын
    • killed it ? is it good or bad? lolwa

      Manu DrishtiManu Drishti5 жыл бұрын
    • killed it ? is it good or bad? lolwa

      Manu DrishtiManu Drishti5 жыл бұрын
  • not even in school and yet im captivated watching an hour lecture. professors like this is what i wish i had back in college

    JI KIDJI KID7 ай бұрын
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