Taking a standardized test? Make sure to practice. Practice is a highly effective study tool for any test prep plan. The experience of practicing and revisiting the process of remembering is critical for learning. Often time’s memorization strategies become the … Continue reading
There’s an expectation that when students are accepted into medical school, they will naturally know how to learn and achieve. This expectation is often reinforced by faculty, families, and students themselves, making underachievement in medical school particularly debilitating. Added to … Continue reading
One of the simultaneously challenging and exciting aspects about teaching college writing is the fact that students enter into college with varying degrees of writing ability. On top of that, students begin college with such different perspectives about writing: some … Continue reading
Loren Deutsch, Executive Director and founder of LAS, Inc., explains the distinction between content and process, and why delivering support at the point of need is so crucial for academic development.