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Revision as of 14:37, 9 July 2013

Share these study tips with your students.


The Wall Street Journal offers the following graphic

in "Toughest Exam Question: What Is the Best Way to Study?," SUE SHELLENBARGER, OCTOBER 26, 2011:

Study tips wsj.jpg

The video series, How to Get the Most Out of Studying

Is an outgrowth of Stephen Chew's Improving Classroom Performance by Challenging Student Misconceptions About Learning. Professor Chew, an expert in the study of teaching and learning, recently won the prestigious "Professor of the Year Award" from the Carnegie Foundation. (These resources were recommended by William Goffe, Department of Economics, Pennsylvania State University.)