Although an array of useful techniques are available to encourage effective studying, this is an aspect of the learning process in which teacher and students typically do not interact. The teacher's role is usually limited to providing instruction in study strategies, encouraging their use, and using the results of tests as feedback on the effectiveness of study.
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