Episode 98: Part 4/4 Cognitive Strategies for College Students – Mental Flexibility & Set Shifting

March 23, 2018
All Student and Instructor Strategies for this four-part series are contained in a matrix that can be downloaded by clicking here.
Key Info for this Podcast: 
Student Strategies
  • Brainstorming, Pro/con list
  • Payoff Matrix
  • Talk through problem out loud
  • Accommodation request
  • Clarify questions with instructor
  • Batching tasks
  • Puzzles & games
Instructor Strategies:
  • Encourage registration with ODS
  • Set limits on open-ended assignments
  • Multiple methods of evaluation
  • Announce topic changes in lectures
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  • Thanks to Rob Cavallo for today’s intro music. For more information about him or the music you heard today, you can email: peloquin17@yahoo.com

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