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The best way to use a review session, especially if you are uncertain of the material, is to prepare for it as if you were preparing for the test and use the session to confirm what you know well and still need to learn. How to Apply It! 1) Go through the ... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Organization Attention Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Processing Speed Visual Memory

Students who work too quickly or sometimes too slowly will benefit from a greater awareness of the nature and patterns of their pacing so they can find strategies to be more accurate and efficient. How to Apply It! 1) Some students benefit from timers or ala... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Attention Processing Speed

Present new information in manageable chunks to give students time to fully process information piece by piece. How to Apply It! 1) While this strategy is good for whole class teaching, it is particularly helpful for working with students who might be strugg... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Auditory Processing Organization Working Memory Attention Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Processing Speed

Here are quick and effective strategies for helping a student tune-in and follow verbal instructions. How to Apply It! 1) Ask for the student's attention and be sure you have it before you begin. Don't start unless you know you have the child's focus. 2) ... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Universal Design for Learning Elementary School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Auditory Processing Organization Working Memory Attention Verbal Memory Processing Speed

Visual memory refers to how you store and recall concepts, numbers, objects, or other non-language-based information. WHEN IT MATTERS MOST Students use visual memory to remember previously seen objects, images, ideas, or numbers, as well as diagrams or cha... View More

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Visual Memory

Spatial perception refers to how well one understands visual materials and their position in space, such as maps, graphs, and 3-D objects. WHEN IT MATTERS Spatial ability plays a critical role in developing expertise in STEM fields (Wai et al., 2009). Stud... View More

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21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Spatial Perception

Verbal memory refers to how you store and remember word-based information you read or hear. WHEN IT MATTERS Students use verbal memory to remember the details of what they read or what was said during class presentations or conversations, as well as when s... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Universal Design for Learning Special Education All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Memory

Abstract reasoning refers to how you draw inferences from objects, images, space or numbers when you aren't given a concrete explanation or can't see it firsthand. WHEN IT MATTERS Students use abstract reasoning when they are working on logic puzzles, solv... View More

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21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning Special Education All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Abstract Reasoning