Pierpont's Learning Strategies
Do you ever wish that you could perform better in your classes?
There is help!
What are learning strategies?
They are the "tools" (thoughts, actions, and aids) that people use to learn and remember. These are things like mentally retracing your steps when you lose something to see when you last had it, making a song to help remember names of body parts, creating project lists, using an audio reader to listen to an article while reading it, and using an app to make study cards and quizzes.
You might use the name Roy G Biv to remind you of the order and colors in rainbows. All of these and more are learning strategies.
Learning strategies are used by people who are engaged in self-directed, active learning.
Not sure what strategies you might need?
Complete the Learning Strategies Assessment by clicking on the button below and go to the sections indicated by your answers.
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