Benefits of Student-Generated Note Packets

@article{Carlston2011BenefitsOS,
  title={Benefits of Student-Generated Note Packets},
  author={David Carlston},
  journal={Teaching of Psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={38},
  pages={142 - 146}
}
Minimal research to date has evaluated the impact of Survey–Question–Read–Recite–Review (SQ3R) implementation (i.e., surveying prior to reading, generating questions, reading to answer said questions, reciting, and reviewing information) on content retention and student performance. Existing research is anecdotal or lacks ecological validity. The current research shows the impact of SQ3R implementation, as demonstrated by note packet completion, on student comprehension and retention. Results… Expand

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