Hannah Strawson, "53 Interesting Ways of Helping Your Students to Study"
2012 | pages: 185 | ISBN: 190707628X | PDF | 3,2 mb
If you teach in higher or professional education, 53 interesting ways of helping your students to study is designed to help you. This book provides practical suggestions, each tried and tested, for helping students to improve their learning. The book is designed for dipping into to find ideas that dovetail with your own teaching approach and the needs of your students. The topics covered are wide-ranging. They include: beginning to study; planning one's studying; studying through reading; taking notes; writing; learning with others; using library resources; revision; and examinations. Abstract: 53 practical suggestions are provided for helping students to improve the ways in which they study. Topics covered include: beginning to study; planning one's studying; studying through reading; taking notes; writing; learning with others; using library resources; revision; and exams. The suggestions are designed to help students to become more observant and reflective about their own learning and to make better decisions about how they study. Students are encouraged to discuss study processes with their peers.The overall aim is to improve the effectiveness of learning in post-compulsory higher and professional education. Key terms: higher education; learning; professional education; studying; study skills; study techniques.My Links NitroFlare