|These are tips that can help students of all levels, but they can also help anyone with time management skills and learn to read more effectively. When you arrive at the site you’ll find four online study skill workshops.
Time Management Strategies – this is an important section and one of the first things I think we can all agree should be covered with a student. A lot of students (a shock, I know) are excellent at procrastinating. I would advise students to start by reading the introduction and see if they identify with the what is being described, if so head down and take the quiz. Then check out all the categories they can click into.
Improving Test Performance – this section is definitely geared towards students (as it should be), I’d suggest starting by taking the quiz, and seeing what the assessment is. Then check out the test taking strategies and study strategies offered.
SQ3R Improving Reading Comprehension – this section breaks down the SQ3R method step by step. Learn to Survey, Question, Read, Recite, and Review. Students also learn why these are effective tools for increasing reading comprehension. I also really like that they’ve given a guide line of when it’s appropriate to use this method.
Improving Concentration and Memory – shows you how to setup a conducive environment to get the most studying done, utilizes structure and organization, and brings in memory improvement techniques.
|All of this is found at ==> http://www.ucc.vt.edu/academic_support_students/online_study_skills_workshops/index.html|
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Ask Questions During Class
Read Your Textbook
Review Your Class Notes
Go to Free NWC Teacher Tutoring
Find Free NWC Peer Tutoring
Outline the Chapter
Make Flash Cards
Make a Notecard
Make a Concept Map
Be Positive - Have a "Can-Do" Attitude
Practice, Practice, Practice (nothing substitutes for practice)
Go to Publisher's Website
Try to Teach the Topics to Someone Else
Ask Your Current Teacher (lunch and after school)
Ask Another Teacher (from your past)
Get a Private Tutor (not cheap...)
Seek Out Online Resources (So many...)
Play An Educational Game
Make an Educational Game
Go to The Library
Ask Your Parents, Relatives and/or Siblings
Ask A Friend If They Can Help
Ask A Friend Who Has Already Succeeded
Ask A Friend's Parents, Relatives and/or Siblings