Research Based Learning Strategies


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What are learning strategies?

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1. On what two areas does educational research focus?

2. Which of these is NOT a strategy for initially remembering and processing new information?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Evaluate your understanding of research-based learning using this interactive quiz and worksheet. Topics covered in the quiz will include the focus of educational research, as well as the various learning strategies.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz and worksheet combo to examine these topics:

  • The first learning strategy
  • Brain science
  • The primary focuses of educational research

Skills Practiced

Use these skills while completing this quiz and worksheet:

  • Defining key terms - use the information you've read to identify the term learning strategies
  • Interpreting information - analyze the lesson about research-based learning to recognize the last step for strategic learning
  • Knowledge application - recall what you've learned about research-based learning to answer a question about brain science

Additional Learning

Review the lesson entitled Research Based Learning Strategies to learn more about the methods used for different learning strategies. This tutorial will cover:

  • Tactics for remembering new information
  • Strategies for studying
  • The scaffold learning technique