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Dunlosky , Rawson, Marsh, Nathan, & Willingham, 2013 Improving Students’ Learning with Effective Learning Techniques. Table 1. Learning Techniques High Utility Practice testing – Self-testing or taking practice tests over to-be-learned material

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Table 1 learning techniques high utility

Dunlosky, Rawson, Marsh, Nathan, & Willingham, 2013

Improving Students’ Learning with Effective Learning Techniques

  • Table 1. Learning Techniques

  • High Utility

  • Practice testing – Self-testing or taking practice tests over to-be-learned material

  • Distributed practice – Implementing a schedule of practice that spreads out study activities over time

  • Moderate Utility

  • Elaborative interrogation – Generating an explanation for why an explicitly stated fact or concept is true

  • Self-explanation – Explaining how new information is related to known information, or explaining steps taken during problem solving

  • Interleaved practice – Implementing a schedule of practice that mixes different kinds of problems, or a schedule of study that mixes different kinds of material, within a single study session

  • Low Utility

  • Summarization – Writing summaries (of various lengths) of to-be-learned texts +

  • Highlighting/underlining – Marking potentially important portions of to-be-learned materials while reading+

  • Keyword mnemonic – Using keywords and mental imagery to associate verbal materials+

  • Imagery for text – Attempting to form mental images of text materials while reading or listening +

  • Rereading – Restudying text material again after an initial reading +


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