Saturday, December 5, 2020

NBtM: How to Improve Study Habits by Christine Reidhead


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Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for How to Improve Study Habits by Christine Reidhead, a Young Adult Non-Fiction available now from Four Windows Press. The tour will run every Thursday for 16 weeks starting on January 7, and Christine Reidhead is available for guest post and interviews. A PDF copy of the book is available for review in conjunction with a guest post or interview.

Christine Reidhead will be awarding a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC  to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.
For students 13 through college graduation, Christine Reidhead's guide to building study skills is an extremely important book for those who want to secure their future through good grades.Too many students' grades are falling, especially in a time when regular classrooms cannot fully open. Parents everywhere are at a loss regarding what to do with their responsibilities in the face of the increasing downturn in their children's grades. It seems as though, with the advent of social media, the attention of a lot of students has been shifted from their books to their smartphones or computers. Apart from social media, blame has also been put on a decline in the interest of students regarding education in general. Students, at the moment, do not have the motivation or zeal, as it seems, to even study.

Good study habits, or skills, are solutions to the problems experienced by students. This has been true for a long time, but the world is changing rapidly, which also means that the tools employed during study have to be changed in order to keep up.

This is especially true as a result of the covid-19 pandemic that has forced students to study and learn from home rather than in the classroom. E-Learning, or online learning, can be effective, but only if the student has the discipline and drive to succeed using the tools and materials they are provided by teachers. Without strong study skills the student will fall behind in the classroom. Online the failure to develop good study skills can be devastating, leading to an inability to achieve the success in life the student could otherwise achieve.

This excellent guide walks students through skills and habits which a student, or a person, employs while studying in order to make the most out of the experience. The kind of skills employed by a person, whether good or bad, determines how successful they will be in the process of learning, and Reidhead shows how to understand study skills, discover what kind of learner you are, develop great study skills, avoid bad study habits, identify the best places to study, and how to keep up with Online Learning during the current ovid-19 pandemic. It also helps parents and students to identify when certain students are studying excessively, harming the effectiveness of their studying.

This is a must book for students who want good grades. Both a guide and a self-help book, it can help any student of any age, middle school through graduate school, succeed in their classes whether they are held in a classroom or online.


January 7: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
January 14: All the Ups and Downs
January 21: The Avid Reader
January 28: Hurn Publications
February 4: The Reading Addict
February 11: Deborah-Zenha Adams
February 18: Adventures Of A Travelers Wife
February 25: Novels Alive
March 4: Books in the Hall
March 11: Our Town Book Reviews
March 18: Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! - review
March 25: Welcome to My World of Dreams
April 1: Lisa's Reading
April 8: Fabulous and Brunette
April 15: Long and Short Reviews
April 22: The Obsessed Reader