A regular learning routine makes a good student

(Sara Gouveia)

A study contacted by the University of Western Sydney and New South Wales Education Department found that a regular learning routine starting from home promotes long term academic success.

The study examined the study habits of three groups of Year 3 students – Chinese, Anglo and Pacific Island student. Dr Megan Watkins (Senior Lecturer, Literacy and Pedagogy, UWS) challenges the myth that Chinese students perform better at school because of a cultural disposition to study. Instead the Chinese students’ academic success were attributed to  more disciplined approach to academic studies fostered from home.

See “Routine makes a good student” (The Australian Higher Education) for the full article.


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