One of the challenges for students is selecting the appropriate study strategy to fit the requirements of the learning situation. Each class and professor present different challenges for the student. This requires the student to thinking strategically about the class and be able to self-monitor themselves whether their study plan is working and whether changes need to be made. A term used to describe this proactive approach is the “self-regulated learner” (Weinstein and Stone, 1993).
Arendale, D. R. (2003). Supplemental Instruction study strategies: Using the Information Processing Model. Unpublished manuscript. Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. Available online: http://www.arendale.org/storage/pdf-documents/peer/SIandIPM.pdf
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Study Strategy Suggestions; Using the Information Processing Model.
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