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E-mail this pageStudent Learning Strategies

This topic explores strategies to help students become more independent, successful learners.


Introduction

A learning strategy is a tool or technique used by students to enable them to successfully approach new learning situations and to complete school assignments independently. Learning strategies can be used to enhance learning and comprehension of skills or text; to integrate new information with previous knowledge; and to recall information or skills for application in both familiar and new situations. Learning strategies can help students complete tasks successfully despite their disabilities by utilizing the strengths they bring to the learning process.


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