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Study Plan Strategy. By: Elaine Pucciarelli LTRE 190 November 17, 2008. Executive Control Process. Getting information into long-term memory, you are better served by using the executive control process (Tuckmen,Abry, and Smith. (2008) p. 6)

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study plan strategy

Study Plan Strategy

By: Elaine Pucciarelli

LTRE 190

November 17, 2008

executive control process
Executive Control Process
  • Getting information into long-term

memory, you are better served by

using the executive control process

(Tuckmen,Abry, and Smith. (2008) p. 6)

- applies to planning, controlling, thinking, inquiring, reflecting, and self-evaluation.

  • One method used to accomplish this is a Study Plan.
fostering self assessment of knowledge
Fostering Self-Assessment of Knowledge
  • Students need to know methods of assessment and monitor their own knowledge, and to take corrective action when they do not understand material (Harvey and Chickie-Wolfe. (2007) p. 163).
what is a study plan
What is a Study Plan?
  • Self-Regulated Strategy Development

(SRSD) is described by Graham and Harris

(1996) as a method to increase self-regulation (Harvey and Wolfe. (2007) p.164).

  • To increase self-regulation, a Study Plan Strategy is needed.
  • Study Plan Strategy Tool.
creating a study plan strategy tool
Creating a Study Plan Strategy Tool
  • Questions to ask your self to create a Study Plan Strategy Tool.

- Determine your objective

- Before Studying ASK

before studying
Before Studying
  • What should I try to remember?
  • How is this like anything I have learned

before?

  • How have I studied material like this in the past?
  • How should I study this time?
  • Where and when do I plan to study?

From Virginia Smith Harvey and Louise A. Chickie-Wolfe (2007). p. 168

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How Long do I pan to study?

  • How do I plan to FOCUS on important information?
  • How do I plan to space learning sessions?
  • How will I include corrected work?
  • What are the methods I will use to increase comprehension and memory?

From Virginia Smith Harvey and Louise A. Chickie-Wolfe (2007). p. 168

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How will I reward myself for meeting my goal?

  • What consequence will I give myself for not meeting my goal?

From Virginia Smith Harvey and Louise A. Chickie-Wolfe (2007). p. 168

after studying
After Studying
  • How did I know I had studied enough?
  • How did I check my studying?
  • How did I keep myself motivated?
  • How Did I reward myself for meeting my goal?
  • What consequence did I give myself for not meeting my goal?

From Virginia Smith Harvey and Louise A. Chickie-Wolfe (2007). p. 168

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How much time did I really spend studying?

  • Did feel prepared?
  • What grade do I expect?
  • Did I follow my study plan? If not, how did I change my plan?

From Virginia Smith Harvey and Louise A. Chickie-Wolfe (2007). p. 168

feedback
Feedback
  • After receiving feedback, review the Before studying and After studying sections above.
  • Which strategies were most and least successful?
  • How should the next study plan be changed?

From Virginia Smith Harvey and Louise A. Chickie-Wolfe (2007). p. 168

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Which strategies were most and least successful?

  • How should the next study plan be changed?

From Virginia Smith Harvey and Louise A. Chickie-Wolfe (2007). p. 168

benefits of using a study plan strategy
Benefits of Using a Study Plan Strategy
  • Study time will be more organized and efficient.
  • Improve your academic success.
  • Help to cut down on anxiety before and during exam.
bibliography
Bibliography
  • Tuckman, Bruce W., Abry, Dennis A. & Smith, Dennis R. (2008). Learning and motiviation Strategies: Your Guide To Success. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Harvey, Virginia Smith & Wolfe, Louise A. Chickie. (2007) Fostering independent Learning: Practical Strategies to Promote Student Success. New York: The Guilford Press.