Ten Study Strategies for Students and Their Teachers

Here's one of those articles that really shouldn't be missed, particularly for those with interest in making teaching and learning more evidence-based. Current thinking about evidence-based teaching and learning tends to be more generic than specific. Use any active learning strategy intermittently or even regularly, and some would call the teaching evidence-based. That's a superficial understanding of what it means to use practices that have been proven to promote learning. This article leads to a deeper level of understanding.

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