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Using an organized and focused study guide can help you study more efficiently and effectively for exams, especially if you are preparing for several exams at once. How to Apply It! 1) Ask your teacher the test format. If it is a multiple choice or fill-in-... 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 Visual Memory
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No Stress Chess is an excellent game to teach flexible thinking and visual skills, and offers a great way to introduce and teach the game to beginners. One side of the board provides visual cues to learn to set up the game pieces and begin playing, while the o... View More

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All Ages Game Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Organization Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory Spatial Perception
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This fun sketchbook encourages students to think openly and creatively to invent solutions to real world (and some imaginary) problems. The opening page encourages students to think about ideas that are "bonkers" and yet serve a need, and then encourages creat... View More

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K-8 Workbook Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Organization Abstract Reasoning
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This straight-forward, highly functional calculator app will be good for most students, and particularly for those with weaker memory skills. The best feature is the display that shows the equation that the student is typing on one line and the partial answer ... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Middle/High School iOS App Flexible Thinking

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Working Memory Visual Memory
For: Teachers

When pictures are not available to support their understanding, teach students to visualize, or make a mental picture. How to Apply It! 1) Explain why. Discuss how making your own pictures in your head or drawing a picture helps us understand and remember ... View More

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Reading Study Skills & Tools Elementary School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Auditory Processing Working Memory Attention Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning
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Create a mental picture in your mind while you are reading, listening or solving a problem to help you understand and remember the details. How to Apply It! 1) Practice first by reading a familiar story aloud. 2) Stop at an interesting point and describe... View More

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Reading Study Skills & Tools Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Working Memory Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning
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Observing and analyzing similarities and differences between objects exercises a student's ability to consider varying characteristics and adjust thinking as necessary based on the information that is being considered. How to Apply It! 1) Help students prac... View More

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All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Visual Discrimination
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When a student feels "stuck", teach him how to step back, brainstorm and evaluate options. How to Apply It! 1) Define the problem with your student so you understand why he feels stuck. While it might not seem like a big problem to you, it is important to em... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Self-regulation Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning