LASSI_info_process - I nformation Processing h...

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elcome to the Information Processing Module. Look at your Information Processing score on the LASSI. If you scored between: 75-100 You probably don’t need to work on improving your information processing strategies and skills. 50-75 You should consider improving your strategies. 0-50 You need to improve your information processing strategies and skills, or you may have serious problems succeeding in college. Using the information presented in this module, you will be able to improve your information processing and increase your likelihood for academic success. RESEARCH Research Tells Us That Students Who Process New Information Well Use a variety of learning strategies that help them achieve their academic goals. Find it easier to acquire new knowledge and skills. Connect new information with what they already know and with their experiences. Store new knowledge in memory in such a way that it is easier to access and recall. Research Tells Us That Students Who Not Process New Information Well May not use effective learning strategies for achieving their goals. May have difFculty learning and remembering new information. May have problems remembering what they have studied. Do not process information well and often spend more time studying but with much less pay-off for their time and efforts. http://lassimodules.com I
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2010 for the course BUSINESS CS113 taught by Professor Howeller during the Spring '10 term at Kaplan University.

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