Chunking is one of the best and very effective way of learning. In this source it explains very well what chunking is and how to do it. It gives techniques on ways chunking is used. I personally think chunking is very helpful when you have to learn a lot of terms. By organizing terms in groups it is easier to remember words for tests and quizzes. Chunking is the best learning strategy for me because it makes studying a lot of different terms easier by putting them in groups for better memorization. It is very effective and useful for me it´s great.
Time management is a very good strategy for everything not just work but for all the things you do in a day. This source is very clear and upfront. It has many strategies. While giving examples with each method for a better understanding. And at the end it has series in which you can use it in different situations in your life for better time management. Whenever I have used time management to schedule what I need to do everything is so much simpler and easy.
Spaced Practice is an effective way for learning things over periods of time for better understanding. This source is very useful because it tells you what space practice is and how to use it. It tells you how you should do it and what to do in that time of short learning lessons This is very useful when especially for tests or quizzes. When I have to study for a test I study over periods of time that way I remember it better than just studying once and I do better.
Elaborative Rehearsal is an effect learning strategy of remembering. In this source the article explains and tells you exactly what it is and how it is used. In this page it has a video about elaborative rehearsal and everything about it. It gives a lot of information. This strategy is good for you for better remembering by repeating information. This for me is useful when I need to remember things like terms and it helps.
Interleaved practice is a good learning strategy so you don´t focus on one thing and stress about by having you change tasks for better learning. This is a good source to learn about Interleaved Practice because it explains what researchers think about this strategy. And it has tips on how to use the strategy in learning to help you. Saying we can use it for multiple classes to help us learn for different classes. When I use this strategy it keeps my brain going not have it focus on just one subject of learning but multiple.