Effective_Study_Groups

Effective_Study_Groups - Guidelines for Getting a Group...

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Material adapted from Anastasia Pryanikova, “How to Form an Effective Study Group,” Lawsagna: neuroscience-fueled tips for productivity, creativity and influence , http://lawsagna.typepad.com/lawsagna/2007/04 /how_to form_an_.html ; The College Board, “The Power of Study Groups,” The College Board , http://www.collegeboard.com/student/plan/high-school/50432.html ; Latino Scholars Network, “How to Form a Study Group,” Hispanic Scholarship Fund, http://www.hsf.net/uprogram_toolkit.aspx?id=2146 . Guidelines for Getting a Group Together How many? Limit the size of your group to 3-6 students. Too many students may add confusion and organizational problems. If there are more that are interested, form two groups and get together occasionally to share information and prepare for exams. Who? Don’t base study partners on friendship; look for people who stay alert in class, take notes, ask questions, and respond to the teacher's questions. Where?
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course AHTG 100 taught by Professor Pope during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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