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Modeling and teaching students how to talk through visual problems can be an extremely effective way to increase understanding, especially for students with stronger verbal skills. How to Apply It! 1) This approach applies to any type of math problem, not ju... View More

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Mathematics 21st Century Skills All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory Spatial Perception

Encourage students to talk through or describe what they see, read or hear to help them better understand and remember. This is known as elaboration. How to Apply It! 1) Explain why. Discuss how talking through the details of what you see, read or hear mak... View More

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21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset K-8 Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory Spatial Perception

Printing out and proofreading your work on paper is much more effective than on screen, since the the best way to catch your own errors is to make your work as unfamiliar to you as possible. How to Apply It! 1) Do not proofread immediately after you write. R... View More

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Writing Study Skills & Tools 21st Century Skills Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Attention Verbal Reasoning Visual Discrimination Processing Speed

Self-awareness, or objectively knowing your own strengths and needs, is key to learning and life success. In school, self-awareness helps students know when and how long they need to study, which strategies work best for them, and when they can relax and feel ... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset 21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

It's important to learn to accurately self-assess what you know for a test, so you can determine if you need to study more or finish up and get a good night sleep. How to Apply It! 1) After you study, take a break of about 30 minutes. Come back and writ... View More

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

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Anxiety Self-regulation Verbal Memory Visual Memory

Colored pencils can help you avoid mistakes when solving multi-step math problems, especially if you don't have the neatest handwriting or aren't the best at keeping your numbers lined up in columns. How to Apply It! 1) Use a dark pencil, pen or marker to ... View More

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

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Fine Motor Skills Working Memory Visual Discrimination Spatial Perception

Teach It! Objective: Offer a variety of reading options to motivate students who are reluctant to read or are reading below grade level, since motivation to read can be a key driver of reading success. The following are a few examples of reading material for ... View More

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Reading Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Reasoning

Chunking, also known as clustering or grouping, can help you remember large amounts of information by breaking it down into more manageable amounts. How to Apply It! The approach to chunking might vary slightly depending on the type of information and the ... View More

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Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Auditory Processing Working Memory Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Processing Speed Visual Memory