September 2019 Learning skills seminars
Location: Room 303, Burnaby Campus Library (SE14)
Time: 3:30–4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, September 4
Learning strategies for a smart set
You’ve brought many learning skills with you from previous educational experiences – start now to fine tune and develop new learning skills you’ll need for BCIT. In this session we’ll discuss what it means to be a strategic learner, the learning activities you need to start from day one, and strategies for reviewing and improving the way you learn.
Wednesday, September 11
Staying motivated and managing time
BCIT peer tutors consistently report time management and organizational skills as the two most important study skills students need in order to achieve success at BCIT. In this session you’ll learn strategies for sustaining motivation and preventing procrastination and learn a simple yet effective time management system to help you organize your time.
Wednesday, September 25
Preparing for Exams
When it’s time to demonstrate what you’ve learned, be strategic about how you prepare and perform. Exam preparation starts with listening in classes, reading course materials, and completing assigned work. In this session we’ll discuss strategies you can you use every week to prepare for exams, as well as strategies for studying in the final weeks before exams.
Peer tutors can help you improve your study skills. Drop-in to see a tutor during their scheduled shift. Working with someone from your subject area will probably be the most beneficial.
Check out our Online Study Skills Guide for more tutor videos (like the one above) and links to books, DVDs and online resources.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us by e-mail at Learning_Commons@bcit.ca.