Teaching Learning Strategies to Increase Success of First-Term College Students

@inproceedings{Tuckman2012TeachingLS,
  title={Teaching Learning Strategies to Increase Success of First-Term College Students},
  author={Bruce W. Tuckman and Gary J. Kennedy},
  year={2012}
}
In this study, the authors examined the effect of taking a learning strategies course on grade point average, retention, and graduation rate of 351 first-year students over their first 4 terms in comparison with 351 matched non–course takers. The course taught 4 learning strategies and 8 substrategies to help students overcome procrastination, build self-confidence, take responsibility, learn from lecture and text, prepare for exams, write papers, and manage their lives. First-year students who… CONTINUE READING

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