College Survival Guide
Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
The objective of this book is to lift the fog of the various misunderstandings of college: Credits, courses, assignments, studying, and more. It is somewhat slanted toward U.S. students; however, many of the things listed can be applied different colleges and universities. The book should prepare the student for some worst case scenarios and help prevent the student from encountering the worst case scenarios.
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Useful guide for both students and teachers to the problem of how to impart learning. Theories: behavioralist, constructivist, post-modern, adult learning; Organizational learning: contributions by discipline, triggers, influencing factors, etc.
by Kristen A. Munger, et al. - Open SUNY Textbooks
Introduces instructional strategies linked to the most current research-supported practices in the field of literacy. The book includes chapters related to scientifically-based literacy research, early literacy development, literacy assessment, etc.
by Patrick O'Shea, Dwight Allen, Peter Baker - Wikibooks
The major objective of this combined effort of a dedicated group of collaborators was to plan a series of research initiatives to study the outcomes of this innovative approach to the introduction of students to the profession of teaching.
Many students have constant problems with different courses, despite the effort put in. This short guide will show some basic steps on how to pass a course. It is not meant to be a full treatise, but rather a practical guide of various techniques.