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Re-reading is inefficient. Here are 8 tips for studying smarter.

Re-reading is inefficient. Here are 8 tips for studying smarter. | disability education and employment | Scoop.it
The memory researcher's guide to studying.

Via Ressources pour les cours d'anglais, Ivon Prefontaine
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I like to encourage the use of mind-mapping tools and flow-chart representations when being delivered content. For the last twelve months I have focused on using my mini tablet as my main recording tool in doing this - this article had me reflecting on why I was finding this methodology so useful.  

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Ressources pour les cours d'anglais's curator insight, February 19, 2015 10:51 AM

Article très intéressant ! Bien souvent, nos élèves ne font que relire leur cours. Pour les amener à travailler leur mémoire à long terme, nous devrions leur demander de se poser des questions comme "pourquoi", "comment" ou "qu'est-ce"

Nous pouvons leur demander de créer des flash-cards, des diagrammes, des cartes mentales. Cela permet véritablement à l'élève de créer des liens et de vérifier sa compréhension.

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 19, 2015 4:50 PM

Certainly, re-reading is inefficient, but it depends on the purpose. When we are looking for the deepest meaning, re-reading serves a purpose that other methods may not.

 

 

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Agnes Ng's curator insight, February 27, 2015 7:51 AM

Useful tips for studying smarter. Apply these tips!

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Benefits of SEL

Benefits of SEL | disability education and employment | Scoop.it
Schools that create socially and emotionally sound learning and working environments, and that help students and staff develop greater social and emotional competence, in turn help ensure positive ...

Via Shane Smith
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Looking for a holistic approach. We all know what works but how well do we do what works

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