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Tutor profile: Jesse R.

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Subject: Study Skills

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What are some helpful studying methods for a kinaesthetic learner?

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Jesse R.
Answer:

Since kinaesthetic learners tend to learn more by doing, practice math problems, sample questions, and creating flashcards will likely help with retaining information.

Subject: Education

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What is metacognition in education?

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Metacognition is the process of reflecting on how one thinks and processes information. This can be highly valuable in helping learners to strengthen their studying skills and proficiency level in a wide array of subject areas.

Subject: Communication

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In the transactional model of communication, what are some examples of barriers?

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Jesse R.
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Internal Noise (unrelated thoughts running through our minds), External Noise (sounds in the physical environment), and Semantic Noise (our emotional reactions to words).

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