Break the Multitasking Habit with These Study Tips

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Breaking the Habit of Multitasking

It’s easy to get caught up in multitasking or trying to perform more than one task at a time. Whether it’s texting a friend while eating dinner or having a conversation in the car while driving, multitasking is something most of us do every day! 

While some multitasking is harmless, it becomes a problem when one task interferes with the other. When it comes to multitasking and learning, research shows that multitasking can have negative effects. Therefore, many families are seeking tips on multitasking and ways for their student to avoid multitasking while studying and attending classes or doing extracurricular activities.  

A student multitasking and learning effectively. 
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