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April | 2024

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Our Student of the Month
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My name is Kaden Akins and I am a senior at Cedar Hill High School.

I am going to major in mechanical engineering with plans to work in the automotive industry. I enjoy photography and all things automated. I am a follower of Christ and a member at OCBF. Ms Remi has helped me virtually during quarantine, but I have been meeting with Ms Remi weekly to prepare for college. She has helped me hone my skills in algebra and learn more about Calculus!

Love the Earth

Up-cycling 
COUNTS!

A clothes recyling event aimed at promoting environmental sustainability through the lense of math.  Chool Bus will showcase how thrift shopping can reduce waste and carbon footprint by quantifying the positive impact on the environment. By integrating mathematical principles, participants can gain insights into the ecological benefits of thrift shopping and make more informed choices towards a greener lifestyle.

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April 12 

Prerequisite Math for Engineers
An engineering degree requires 64 college hours of math.  We will discuss keys topics to strike success before going off to college.

April 19

Positive Self-Talk

Positive emotions, behaviors, and producing a better academic outcome.

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In the age-old battle between trusting our memory and taking notes, which side comes out on top? Let's dive in and uncover the truth behind this age-old debate, especially when it comes to acing those challenging STEM studies and post-secondary tests.

Sure, relying solely on memory might seem like the easy way out. After all, who wants to spend extra time jotting down notes when you could be mentally storing all that juicy information, right? But here's the thing: research shows that note-taking isn't just about scribbling down words – it's a powerful tool for boosting memory and improving academic performance.

According to a study published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, students who  actively take notes during lectures perform significantly better on tests compared to those who rely solely on memory. It's like giving your brain a workout, reinforcing those neural pathways and making it easier to recall information when it counts the most.

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But why does note-taking have such a profound impact on memory? Well, for starters, it forces us to engage with the material on a deeper level. Instead of passively listening, we're actively processing and summarizing information, which helps solidify it in our minds. Plus, having a well-organized notebook serves as a valuable resource for future reference, especially for subjects like STEM studies which often build upon foundational concepts over time.

So, what's the bottom line here? When it comes to mastering STEM studies and acing those post-secondary tests, don't underestimate the power of note-taking. It's not just about passing exams – it's about equipping yourself with the tools you need to succeed in the long run. So grab that pen and paper, and start jotting down those notes. Your future self will thank you for it!

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Notes:  Where Less is sometimes

February - March | 2024

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Our Student of the Month
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Hi, my name is Maddison T.  This is my sophomore year of high school, I'm a varsity Color Guard cadet and our squad recently took home first place in our southwest regional competition.

Recently I stuggled with graphing rational functions in my Advance Algebra 2 class. Ms. Remi helped me understand  how to calculate key points of a graph to sketch and I earned a 94 on my quiz!  She's a great math tutor because she uses a variety of ways to teach me.

Thanks Ms. Remi!

In the age-old battle between trusting our memory and taking notes, which side comes out on top? Let's dive in and uncover the truth behind this age-old debate, especially when it comes to acing those challenging STEM studies and post-secondary tests.Sure, relying solely on memory might seem like the easy way out. After all, who wants to spend extra time jotting down notes when you could be mentally storing all that juicy information, right? But here's the thing: research shows that note-

The notes never lie.

taking isn't just about scribbling down words – it's a powerful tool for boosting memory and improving academic performance.  According to a study published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, students who  actively take notes during lectures perform significantly better on tests compared to those who rely solely on memory. It's like giving your brain a workout, reinforcing those neural pathways and making it easier to recall information when it counts the most.

But why does note-taking have such a profound impact on memory? Well, for starters, it forces us to engage with the material on a deeper level. Instead of passively listening, we're actively processing and summarizing information, which helps solidify it in our minds. Plus, having a well-organized notebook serves as a valuable resource for future reference, especially for subjects like STEM studies which often build upon foundational concepts over time.

So, what's the bottom line here? When it comes to mastering STEM studies and acing those post-secondary tests, don't underestimate the power of note-taking. It's not just about passing exams – it's about equipping yourself with the tools you need to succeed in the long run. So grab that pen and paper, and start jotting down those notes. Your future self will thank you for it!

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Hi, I'm Oluremi Ojo and every month it's my goal to showcase one student and tips on keeping a cool head while growing one arithmetic skill set.  STAY TUNED.

Next Week: Notetaking!ejf

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