Mindset is an important enabler affecting your child’s daily self-dialogue which reinforces his or her intimate beliefs, attitudes, and feelings about their capabilities to learn and grow.
Study planning – have you thought about the details of how you intend to learn?
Looking for a great way to encourage more retrieval practice in your classroom? This is a technique you can seamlessly plug into your existing lesson plans and activities multiple times a day.
You may wish to memorize the six levels of the thinking so you can use the taxonomy without having to look it up – try this kitchen mnemonic which gives you a way to “think on your feet” while teaching.
Use this student journaling worksheet to evaluate your study efforts each day. Think how you can work smarter!
Learn how to improve your memory by learning how to remember a deck of cards using the PAO technique.
A simple and useful tool to assess your study habits.
Let’s be honest, there are probably ways you can study more effectively. Use this checklist to determine in which areas you can improve your study habits.