135 - Information Approach Quadrant
- Take notes on core concepts, models, and relationships + memorize them.
- DO NOT take notes on them + memorize them
- Take notes on core concepts, models, and relationships + DO NOT memorize them
- DO NOT take notes on core concepts, models, and relationships + DO NOT memorize them
Option 1: you want to do this if you think you’ll be further developing those topics, while also needing to memorize them for test
Option 2: you don’t think you’ll be further developing them but need to memorize them for the test. You usually do this for concepts that you think you’ll be using so much that you don’t need notes on them because you’ll always have them memorized until you die. The most basic example of this is the words in this sentence. You don’t have a note for every word that I’m using right now because you have it memorized forever.
Option 3: Information that you find interesting or believe to be important but won’t be tested on, so no need to memorize. These might be concepts you think will want to expand upon or use to develop other concepts in the future. These are often notes you take while reading common nonfiction books.
Option 4: These are concepts you don’t plan on developing or already have memorized. You don’t copy and paste every word in a book or memorize the entire book. Often this is the irrelevant details used in a book to help you understand a concept (e.g. examples and supporting details).
#todo REFINE AND MS PAINT DIAGRAM