I had an idea for a podcast that I know would help me but may be better suited for or coupled with another media.
I have found that as I go through the lessons and learn new strategies, I forget to apply basic steps to my problems, which result in simple mistakes. Almost every question that I do get wrong is from a simple mistake.
For example I may forget to use the Negate test and accidently choose a tempting answer that showed itself before the right answer. Or perhaps I forget to read the question first, causing me to waste time.
It would be beneficial to me, and hopefully all of your students. To have a podcast, or a flow chart (or both!) to outline steps while tackling questions.
For example: 1. Obviously be sure of which section you are in (say, Logical Reasoning) 2. Read the question. 3. Figure out what it is asking (this, that, or those) 4a. If this then...
I know you teach all of these things as we go, but a central reference would certainly help me out. My greatest worry is that come test day I will forget some basic steps that I learned four months prior.
Thank you for considering it.