If students are to absorb what they are taught, they must first be aware of the necessary methods by which they may do so; in other words, they must "learn to learn." As cognitive psychology research has shown, it is just as important for a student to learn how to process information as it is for an instructor to know how to teach.
This book offers a wealth of advice on teaching study skills to K-12 students, including detailed guidelines on how best to teach such invaluable skills as proper test preparation, paper writing, and time- and stress-management.
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