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Learning strategies refer to methods that students use to

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Learning strategies -methods that students use to learn. techniques for improved memory, to better studying or test-taking strategies
loci is a classic memory improvement technique; making associations between facts to be remembered and particular locations. you simply visualize places and the associated facts.
Some learning strategies involve changes to the design of instruction. examples the use of questions before, during or after instruction has been shown to increase the degree of learning (see Ausubel).
"mathemagenic" (Ropthkopf, 1970). Methods that attempt to increase the degree of learning that occurs have been called A typical study skill program is SQ3R
SQ3R suggests 5 steps: (1) survey the material to belearned, (2) develop questions about the material, (3) read the material, (4) recall the key
ideas, and (5) review the material. Understand the developing and implementing of curriculum. modify and individualize for special needs students.
One of most important parts of teaching process Understand the developing and implementing of curriculum. modify and individualize for special needs students.
Educators of students with exceptionalities must take into account instructional formats, types of curriculum, technology, and other factors
within the context of the individual needs of the student.
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