Efficient studying

PUBLISHED: 14:03 22 March 2007 | UPDATED: 10:15 31 May 2010

Toby Dale-Cook and Eleanor Griffiths, both of Year Eight, enjoy the

Toby Dale-Cook and Eleanor Griffiths, both of Year Eight, enjoy the

STUDENTS at the Mountfitchet Mathematics and Computing College took a break from normal classes to learn how to learn more effectively on Tuesday. Different learning styles and motivational techniques were studied by the pupils at the college, who worked

STUDENTS at the Mountfitchet Mathematics and Computing College took a break from normal classes to learn how to learn more effectively on Tuesday.

Different learning styles and motivational techniques were studied by the pupils at the college, who worked together in mixed-age groups to establish the most efficient ways they could study.

Deputy headteacher Paul Presland said: "I was very pleased with the day and the school will provide further opportunities for this type of activity to be bedded into college practice.

"It is very important for students to take more responsibility for their learning.


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