Students who get good grades simply use essential study skills and strategies. In a study, they found that high-achieving students used 13 learning strategies more frequently than lower-achieving students. The secrets of these master students were exposed. It built on the earlier work, and revealed a few more critical study strategies. And it was the main measuring stick used in the Zimmerman and Kitsantas study.
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Too often, conscientious students show up to class thinking that your job is to lay out the perfect plan for them to learn. Teaching study skills to your students is a great way to show them how they can take more ownership of their learning. To get started, include a resource with rock solid study tips on your teacher page. Assign the reading to your students.
You have your Bible study curriculum. You have a group of Christian teens ready to participate in a Bible study. You have a place and time to meet. Yet, now you wonder what you got yourself into. What made you possibly think you could run a teen Bible study?
History and biology. English and physics. Nobody teaches them how to digest difficult material, how to avoid procrastination, how to take ownership of their learning.