Endorsed by SACE for 10 CPTD points
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What this course is about?
Study skills are the skills young people need to enable them to study and learn efficiently. They are transferable life skills that young people will use throughout their academic lives. ‘How to Teach Study Skills’ is a course that shows teachers to teach young people to learn effectively for tests and examinations using a variety of techniques and strategies. This course is suitable for teachers involved in intermediate, senior and FETC phases.
Who should be doing this course?
All teachers in all phases and learning areas who want to develop study skills in learners from Grades 4 to 12.
After completing this course, you should be able to assist learners to:
demonstrate an understanding of different learning styles
utilize time management techniques to create study schedules, to do lists etc.
demonstrate an understanding of goal setting and apply this understanding to self
learn and apply note taking strategies.
learn and apply effective textbook reading strategies
implement strategies for memory and test taking
How your final mark is calculated?
Your course is mark is calculated using the average mark obtained in each of the Chapter tests. In order to pass this course, you must obtain a final course mark of at least 70%. This means that even if you fail a few of the chapter tests, if your test marks in the other chapter tests are high enough you will still be able to pass the course. Good Luck!
Study at your own pace!
We’ve created our courses to suit your busy life! The duration of this course is based on chapters and video clips to watch. Short multiple choice questions after chapters test understanding and possible application of knowledge. You can do the course in your own time and at your own pace. If you choose to do two readings per day, it will take you half of the estimated time, four readings per day means doing the course in a quarter of the time etc. We leave that decision up to you!