A Teacher’s Guide to Learning: How to Become a Better Student and Excel in School

You can learn from parents, from elders, from the society, from animals, from the environment. In fact, you can learn from everything around you. However, it is the teacher who has more important things to teach you than anyone else. You learn more from classroom study than from other sources.

If you want to become a good student and excel well in school as well as exams, here are some tips to consider.

Study: In order to lean, you have to study. Studying does not only mean virtual/real classroom studying, studying also refers to learning by self-study and learning from other people and environment.

Learning by listening: A baby learns a word by listening. Listening is the basic method of learning. You must listen to what is being said.

Learn the basic things: Without knowing the alphabets, you cannot learn a word. Therefore, start with the basic concept and gradually reinforce your knowledge.

Create a study schedule:  For effective learning, you need to create a study schedule. Creating study schedule means you are developing a routine to learn various subjects.

Change your focus: Studying the same subject again and again will only create monotony. In order to break that monotony, you need to change your subject quite often, for instance, you can alternate between science and arts.

Take a break to learn better: Taking a break from your everyday life boosts your creativity and mental capacity. Long study hours will not help you in learning.

Self-directed learning: By evaluating your own performance, you can learn so many things. When you analyze your performance, you will know your strength and weakness.

Practice makes you perfect: If you don’t practice, you will never learn. Practice means you do it again and again.

Learning by memorizing: Memorizing means repeating something in your mind again and again, and recording in your mind so that you can recall it when you need it.

Welcome new ideas: In order to lean, your mind must be open to new ideas. With a closed mind, you will never learn new things.

Immerse yourself in learning: When you are learning, immerse yourself fully. Watching a TV and reading a lesson cannot go hand in hand.

Lose yourself: If you are uptight, you will never have a better understanding of the subject matter. Don’t take learning as a burden.

Recall to understand better: In order to grasp the lesson, you must be able to recall it. You can unable to recall means you did not understand properly.

Get inspiration: Inspiration invokes your creativity. Inspiration invokes your efficiency. You need the inspiration to become a better at learning something.

Develop optimism: Optimism matters in life, even more in learning. Optimism will help you get involved in learning. You are a better learner if you are an optimist.

State of happiness helps in learning: If you are a happy person, you excel in learning. A sad person or a pessimist individual will always fail in learning.

Stimulate ideas: In order to make yourself more receptive to learning, you need to stimulate ideas. You can stimulate ideas by playing rhyming games, using word-association, or stream-of-consciousness.

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5 thoughts on “A Teacher’s Guide to Learning: How to Become a Better Student and Excel in School”

  1. Fashion Guru says:

    I agree with most of the points mentioned here. However, the most important, in my opinion is the point that explains “the state of happiness in learning.” If you are optimist, you are happy, if you are happy you will learn.

  2. Aj says:

    I am a student and I found the tips very valuable. Getting inspiration and developing optimism both are very important.

  3. john says:

    If you are optimist, you are happy, if you are happy you will learn.

  4. corneille says:

    very useful blog

  5. Nature says:

    This article is so so helpful for students!

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