6 Get Really Goodat Multitasking



What's Inside This Chapter


In this chapter, you’ll learn

  • The connection between speed and successful multitasking
  • Ten tips for becoming a better multitasker.


In many ways, multitasking in the virtual classroom is like driving a car. When you drive, you need to keep your eyes focused straight ahead on the road. Yet, you use your peripheral vision to watch for unexpected changes. You frequently glance in your rearview mirror and check your side mirrors as well. You are also pressing down the gas pedal, steering the car, watching your speed, and listening to the radio. In addition, you may adjust the ...

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