Description - Teaching Study Skills and Supporting Learning by Stella Cottrell
This work sets study skills development in context, outlining good teaching practices and positive learning environments that enhance student skills. It addresses such skills as supportive infrastructures, induction practices, orientation of students to HE, and supporting "at risk" students. The book offers a range of activities for teaching staff to adapt when teaching study skills to individuals or groups. Topics covered include: managing learning, interactive group skills, writing skills, revision and exam strategies, memory, thinking skills, and developing skills of critical analysis.
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(246mm x 189mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Stella Cottrell
STELLA COTTRELL is Director of Lifelong Learning at the University of Luton. Previously she had responsibility for study skills development and learning support at the University of East London. She is author of The Study Skills Handbook and is well known for her work on dyslexia in adults.