Teaching study skills

Equip your students with essential study skills using proven strategies. Discover practical techniques to help them succeed academically and develop lifelong learning habits.
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Good study habits and techniques are critical to help students learn more efficiently, feel more academically confident, persevere through challenges, and ultimately do their best. Sometimes, it's easy to assume that learners already have these skills intact. The truth is that they sometimes don't;

Sloane Matics
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As your child enters middle school, they must start developing good study habits. Middle school is an important time in their academic career, and if they establish good study skills now, it will carry over into high school and beyond. Let's discuss why good study skills are important and 15 study skills for middle school success. By following these tips, your child can ace their classes and get the best education possible! Why It's Important to Develop Good Study Habits in Middle School…

Tara Thomas
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As mentioned last week, when the kids took their CKE Earth and Space (affiliate link) test they failed miserably, so I set about to teach them how to take notes and reteaching the entire unit. It doesn’t matter if you know how to take a test, if you haven’t taken good notes to study from. […]

Lisa W
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In many ways, strong executive functioning skills are the foundation for success. These are the mental processes that help learners plan through assignments, organize materials, initiate a task, manage time well, stay focused, try new strategies when stuck, and persevere until the completion of a go

Carrie Matthews