Getting Students to Do the Work: Regular, Ongoing, In-class Review

Getting Students to Do the Work: Regular, Ongoing, In-class Review
Most teachers already spend time regularly reviewing course content. What’s different with these approaches is that they get students doing the reviewing and they do so with activities that model evidence-based exam preparation strategies.

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[dropcap]M[/dropcap]ost teachers already spend time regularly reviewing course content. What’s different with these approaches is that they get students doing the reviewing and they do so with activities that model evidence-based exam preparation strategies.