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Hosseini Shahidi L, Atarodi A, Moghimian M. The survey of using learning strategies rate in students. Intern Med Today 2005; 11 (1) :53-60
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Background and Aim: The recent strategies of research in education is based on usinglearning strategies for education development and facilating learning process. The strategies importance as a way and method of improving education level is known for all today. Since a few researches has been done on this subject , we did a research called,The survey of using learning strategies rate on Gonabad medical sciences students in 2002-3 Materials and Methods: This is a pilot survey that its samples were all Gonabad medical students ,121 students were selected through random quota. Data were collected by a questionnaire containing demographic features and learning strategies questions of Weinstein.The data were analysed by T-test, and correlation coefficient. Results: The most frequency was related to nursing students with 35.5%, Midwifery students, 28.1%, health students 14.0%, controlling disease students 8.3%, operation room students 7.4% and anesthesia students 5.8%. The average students marks of attitude, motivation, time control, anxiety and concentration showed a meaning full statistical difference between different students(p<0.05). Exam strategies had a meaningful relationship with education development(p<0.05). The average marks of motivation had a meaningfull statistical difference with duration of studying in the library(p<0.05). The average marks of the student’s were 20 to 30 centile of normal marks of American students. Conclusion: It is recommended to teach these strategies to students to use them in learning and improve their abilities for improving education quality.
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Received: 2008/05/19 | Published: 2005/04/15

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