A fundamental gap — A surprising number of students don't know how to study effectively
from Educational World
It may seem like a fundamental mission for education, but a surprising number of students in high school or even college will admit they really don't know how to study. "It isn't unusual for a student at a young age to need to learn study skills, but it is surprising how many older students really don't know how to study or are studying in inappropriate ways," says Henry Roediger a distinguished professor of brain science at Washington University in St. Louis and co-author of leading book on the topic. "It's actually shocking how often it is overlooked."
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