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Document Number: 10660

Teaching Adolescents to Become Learners - An argument for a shift away from test-score emphasis to development of cognitive and noncognitive factors that lead students to earn high course grades. In addition to what students learn, the authors argue for leveraging an understanding of noncognitive factors to teach adolescents how to become effective learners. (Farrington et al., Consortium on Chicago School Research, June 2012)...


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