53 Interesting Ways of Helping Your Students to Study: Proven Strategies for Supporting Students

53 Interesting Ways of Helping Your Students to Study: Proven Strategies for Supporting Students

53 Interesting Ways of Helping Your Students to Study: Proven Strategies for Supporting Students

53 Interesting Ways of Helping Your Students to Study: Proven Strategies for Supporting Students

Synopsis

Tried and tested tips for instructors to help students make the most of the learning process

Designed to help those who teach adults, this guide provides practical suggestions for helping students to improve their learning in class and at home. The authors demonstrate how educators can effectively support students through the whole learning process, helping as they learn to plan their studying and to study through reading, taking notes, and writing, as well as learning with others, using library resources, revision, and exams. With very little direct advice on "how to study," this guide will help instructors embrace a student-centered approach, in which students are encouraged to become autonomous learners.

Excerpt

The original edition of 53 interesting ways of helping your students to study was published in a series called ‘Interesting ways to teach’. It was written by Sue Habeshaw, Graham Gibbs and Trevor Habeshaw – all of them experienced teachers – and published by their company, Technical and Educational Services. The book proved popular amongst peers in post-compulsory education and ran to several editions.

Now that the original authors have retired from teaching, we are very pleased to have acquired from them the rights to this and other titles from that series. Much of the original material remains fresh and helpful. The text has, however, been revised and updated where appropriate. This task has been performed by Hannah Strawson. In four places (items 6, 21, 40 and 42), the original text has been replaced wholesale.

Anthony Haynes & Karen Haynes The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd . . .

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