He also points out why listening is important and why it's a skill that, as a culture, we are losing. And perhaps more importantly for our quest for success in our anatomy & physiology course, he mentions why good listening skills are important for students.
I see so many students "out of focus" and "out of tune" with what is happening in the A&P lecture and lab. So I know that good listening skills are not common in today's students. This video will help make you a better student!
Mr. Treasure also talks about having the"listening position" appropriate to the kind of listening in which we are engaged.
He sums up with a quick acronym, RASA, that helps us remember some key points in listening effectively:
Check out the video! (and listen carefully)