Studygram doesn’t just stick to one thing, it’s like taking notes. They can make other works as below:
1. Mind Map
Making mind maps is an alternative to other studygram works besides taking notes. With a mind map, you only need to determine the main ideas and important parts so that it becomes a concept map.
2. Bullet Journal
A bullet journal or what is called a bujo is a simple plan that can organize and monitor the activities we do every day. By making a bujo, you don’t have to worry if you forget to do something, because you can record all your activities in detail and regularly. In addition, if you have free time, you can decorate the bujo that has been made so that you are more enthusiastic about filling out all the plans.
The diagram this time is different from the one in mathematics. You can create a chart to define something like a lesson schedule for the day. This diagram can also be part of a bullet journal if you want to monitor activity.
As with diagrams, this table is often used in bullet journals. However, you can also make a table as a studygram work such as the classification of animals and plants.
5. List of notes
The use of this list is almost the same as the table. This list or list of notes, apart from being in a bullet journal, can also be the work of a studygram! For example by making a list of invertebrate and vertebrate animals.
Sketchnoting or commonly called sketch notes is a method of taking notes using pictures. So, if you like to draw or make doodles, you can use this method, so that the notes you make don’t always seem like just a summary of writing.