Do all textbooks have an access code?
Access codes (which can only be used once) have been included with new textbooks as a way for publisher’s to “add value” for those who purchase their textbooks new rather than used. Popular websites such as WebCT and MyMathLab also use student access kits for exclusive access to some of their online content.
How can I make my textbook more interesting?
5 ways to make ‘textbook lessons’ more interestingAdd an element of randomness to the lesson.Give students a choice.Link the content of the textbook to current events or give very bizarre/memorable examples.Use a resource that gives the lesson ‘wow’ factor.Get students to work collaboratively.
How do you make a lesson interesting?
10 Ways to Keep Your Class InterestingIncorporate Mystery Into Your Lessons.Don’t Repeat Classroom Material.Create Classroom Games.Give Your Students Choices.Use Technology.Don’t Take Teaching so Seriously.Make Your Lessons Interactive.Relate Material to Your Students’ Lives.
How can you absorb information faster?
The Secrets To Reading Faster And Absorbing Information BetterRead the conclusion first. Use a highlighter. Use the table of contents and subheadings. Be proactive instead of reactive. Don’t try to read every word. Write reader responses. Discuss what you read with others. Jot down discussion questions while reading.
How can I think fast?
Strengthening Your Quick Thinking AbilityRead a book on the subject. Take an online learning course on the subject. Consult an expert. Attend a workshop or course on the subject. Practice “speed thinking.” Whenever you’re mulling over a proposal or other situation in which you have to evaluate a lot of information, work to cut to the heart of a matter.