Learning at University: 3 week skills course
University is a complex environment. Learning takes place gradually and requires patience, motivation and an awareness of how to learn effectively. This new and unique Learning at University 3 week course teaches students how the brain learns and helps them build meta-cognitive skills - an awareness of how they think. It also covers key strategies for learning such as note taking, effective reading and memory skills.
This course is particularly targeted at students who wish to improve on their Semester One results.
|Week 1||Plan & motivate your learning|
|Week 2||Develop active learning strategies|
|Week 3||Self-reflect and set goals|
Learning at University is a 3 week course. It runs in Semester Two of each academic year. The next upcoming groups will be detailed below.
DCU Glasnevin Campus
Week 1: Monday 18th February, 1-2 pm, K208 (in the U student building)
Week 2: Monday 25th February, 1-2 pm, K208 (in the U student building)
Week 3: Monday 4th March, 1-2 pm, K208 (in the U student building)
Please register for the 2019 Glasnevin Campus series here.
DCU St Patrick's Campus
Week 1: Wednesday 20th February, 1-2 pm, E206
Week 2: Wednesday 27th February, 1-2 pm, E206
Week 3: Wednesday 6th March, 1-2 pm, E206
Please regsiter for the 2019 St. Patrick's Campus series here.