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Teach Yourself How to Learn: Strategies You Can Use to Ace Any Course at Any Level by Saundra Yancy McGuire

McGuire hits it out of the park with this book written for students. She easily connects to them through her conversational style, empathy, case studies and a strong belief in their power to succeed. She shares strategies for learning through graphics and activities that ensure their active engagement. She fully understands the importance of readability as she fills the text with questions. This book explodes with energy and passion and should be on every students bookshelf. -Martha E. Casazza, Educational Consultant, TRPPAssociates, CLADEA Founding Fellow
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What I Learned Teaching Myself an Entire College Course From a Textbook

Self-Education: Teach Yourself Anything with the Sandbox Method

Launched over 75 years ago and with hundreds of titles covering subjects as diverse as beekeeping and modern history, yoga during pregnancy and basic DIY, Teach Yourself books offer accessible, practical guides for self-study, whatever your interest. Suitable both for those just considering the prospect and those who are already fascinated beekeepers, this guide to setting up, maintaining and maximizing bees in the back garden is an indispensable and readable bible of information and practical advice. It covers everything from bee behaviour to what to do with honey, and balances all the background context on bee biology with the day-to-day and seasonal practicalities of running hives in any location, in the country or the city, and for colonies of all sizes. Understand Music Theory offers a practical approach which uses active learning to impart knowledge. Suitable for complete beginners, and assuming no previous knowledge, each chapter includes examples, illustrations, clear explanations, tips and self-tests before moving on. It covers all the essential topics in music theory, from rhythm and pitch to intervals, major and minor scales and compound time signatures.

Teach yourself to drive with our book. This book will help you to learn to drive faster, easier and better saving you money. Our 10 chapters, which you can find information on below, will teach you all you need to know about driving. An excellent way to learn to drive and a great companion to our app, for on the go learning. Suitable for your smartphone or kindle device.

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Of the top ten, nine are programming books the other is about bookkeeping. The conclusion is that either people are in a big rush to learn about programming, or that programming is somehow fabulously easier to learn than anything else. Then repeat. And repeat again. There appear to be no real shortcuts: even Mozart, who was a musical prodigy at 4-years-old, took 13 more years before he began to produce world-class music. In another genre, the Beatles seemed to burst onto the scene with a string of number one hits and an appearance on the Ed Sullivan show in

Most philosophy departments, and many maths departments too, teach little or no serious logic, despite the centrality of the subject. Many students will therefore need to teach themselves, either solo or by organizing study groups. But what to read? Students need annotated reading lists for self-study, giving advice about the available texts. Try it out here:. It goes without saying, of course, that all constructive comments and suggestions continue to be most warmly welcomed.

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