SP 24 Study Smarter Workshops

How can you better monitor your learning and improve your study skill so that you don't waste time and effort on ineffective study strategies? This interactive workshop presents research-based evidence that metacognition (awareness of how you learn and the predictable effects of the related choices you make) can help you successfully transition to the demands of college-level courses.  How the brain stores information will be looked at and six strategies that are most effective to the learning process will be demonstrated.  In addition, students are given examples of how to apply these strategies to their current classes. Register for one of our upcoming workshop sessions and be on your way to more effective and efficient studying!


Monday, February 19, 2024 4pm-6pm  https://bit.ly/StudySmarterFeb19_4pm-6pm

Tuesday, March 12, 2024 2pm-4pm   https://bit.ly/StudySmarterMarch12_2pm-4pm

Monday, March 18, 2024 6pm-8pm https://bit.ly/StudySmarterMarch18_6pm-8pm

Tuesday, March 26, 2024 4pm-6pm https://bit.ly/StudySmarterMarch26_4pm-6pm

Monday, April 1, 2024 2pm-4pm  https://bit.ly/StudySmarterApril1_2pm-4pm

Tuesday, April 9, 2024 6pm-8pm   https://bit.ly/StudySmarterApril9_6pm-8pm

Monday, April 15, 2024 5pm-7pm  https://bit.ly/StudySmarterApril15_5pm-7pm

Tuesday, April 23, 2024 5pm-7pm   https://bit.ly/StudySmarterApril23_5pm-7pm


Contact Information:

Teresa Burkhart, M.Ed.

Education Program Specialist

Penn State Learning