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Wiki Away Procrastination by Tapping Your Inner Zombies. Barbara Oakley, PhD, PE Chris J. Kobus, PhD Oakland University Rochester, MI 48309.  Barbara Oakley, 2013. Procrastination is a key challenge to student success.  Barbara Oakley, 2013. Focused mode uses available working memory .

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Wiki Away Procrastination by Tapping Your Inner Zombies

Barbara Oakley, PhD, PE

Chris J. Kobus, PhD

Oakland University

Rochester, MI 48309

Barbara Oakley, 2013


Procrastination is a key challenge to student success

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Focused mode

uses available working memory

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Focused mode

when multitasking

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MAKE A LIST

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Get students used to making task lists1. Create a Wiki

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2. Populate the Wiki

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3. Watch as students fill out their task lists

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4. Watch students comment encouragingly on others’ task lists

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This is just one component of a multi-component project to encourage students to learn how their brains learn most effectively

  • We are observing the effects of these approaches and formulating more effective methods of leveraging online interventions.

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