Studying is important to student success, right? 

Well, you may be surprised to learn that telling your student to “study” might be doing more harm than good. 

What does it actually mean to study? Do we study effectively by rereading textbooks or reviewing notes until we’re blue in the face? It’s a question that stumps even experienced educators, so how can we expect our students to know what to do when we remind them to “study?” 

In today’s six-minute and 19 second video, we’ll learn a couple of words to stop using with our students and a couple of better alternatives that will set them on the path to academic success. Ready?

Here goes! 

So, what do you think? What will you experiment with saying to your student or class? I’d love to know! Share your ideas at!

And, if you want to learn the most effective way students can study, you’ll love my upcoming Anti-boring Study Skills masterclass. Join me and a group of other passionate educators, students, and parents for only $47!

Want to learn more about my study cycle RIGHT NOW? Grab my Study Cycle overview here.

Let’s make it an Anti-Boring school year, y’all!

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