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From: The Chronicle of Higher Education

What I’m Reading: Article on Improving Students’ Learning

The Chronicle of Higher Education:

We have all had the experience of giving a test that a significant number of students did poorly on, and then getting blowback from those students because they had “worked hard.” I have never doubted that students do work hard, but lately I’ve started to wonder if their study techniques are actually effective. A 2013 article in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, by John Dunlosky and four co-authors, analyzes the effect of both the common study techniques used by students, and techniques that were developed and evaluated through cognitive and educational psychology research.

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