Presentation Title

Teaching Students Metacognitive study skills for success in education

Location

Bell Hall 161

Start Date

26-3-2020 12:30 PM

Type of Presentation

25 minute Scholarly Work Presentation

Proposal for Presentation

The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders provided a 50-minute presentation to three different groups of students on the use of meta-cognitive study strategies to improve their academic performance. The presentation is based on the book "Teach students how to learn" by Saundra Y. McGuire. The preliminary results will be shared in regards to performance on examinations, quizzes, and signature assignments as well as qualitative comments that describe student perspectives.

Acknowledgments

McGuire, S.Y. & McGuire, S. (2015). Teach students how to learn: Strategies you can incorporate into any course to improve student meta-cognition, study skills, and motivation. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

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Mar 26th, 12:30 PM

Teaching Students Metacognitive study skills for success in education

Bell Hall 161

The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders provided a 50-minute presentation to three different groups of students on the use of meta-cognitive study strategies to improve their academic performance. The presentation is based on the book "Teach students how to learn" by Saundra Y. McGuire. The preliminary results will be shared in regards to performance on examinations, quizzes, and signature assignments as well as qualitative comments that describe student perspectives.