Mid-/End-of-Course, Sleeping and Learning

Creative Commons licensed image posted at Flickr by Robert S. Donovan

Creative Commons licensed image posted at Flickr by Robert S. Donovan

1. Research your sleeping for four weeks.

2. Each day reflect on the time you slept, your energy levels, and your experiences in class and/or while doing homework.

3. After four weeks, look back at your notes. Look for connections or trends associated with your sleeping and learning. Reflect upon what you learned about your sleeping and learning patterns.

4. Share your reflection.

Sleeping affects learning! Check out “‘Memory Pinball’ and Other Reasons You Need a Nap.”