Knobull Study Group Enhances Learning & Career Success

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BOSTON - BostonChron -- Lynn Bentley, President of Knobull announced, "The Knobull message board helps users build their learning capabilities  – Talent (for employers), Engagement (for students) and Enterprise (for teams). These services help the participating students and recent grads find better jobs and also learn in non-invasive ways!

It is a question and answer site for professional and enthusiast students. It is a privately held web app, the flagship page of the Knobull platform. It features questions and answers on a wide range of learning and career development topics."

Many students (probably close to all of us) use it to find solutions from previously asked questions. So if users answer a question, they are helping many people in addition to the original asker. It is a question and answer site for professionals and students. It's built and run by users as part of the Knobull platform. With this help, they are working together to build a library of detailed answers to many question about learning and career growth.

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Asking questions is a key element in the learning process. Questioning helps students direct their learning as they try to merge their prior knowledge and new information in their attempts to make sense of these ideas. Effective self-questioning can improve students' awareness and control of their thinking, which in turn can improve their learning. It can improve long-term retention of knowledge and skills, as well as the ability of students to apply and transfer the knowledge and skills they learn.

Questioning is a strategy that readers use to engage with the text. These techniques help the reader to clarify and comprehend what they are reading. Struggling readers tend not to ask questions of themselves or the text as they read.

Questions are often used to stimulate the recall of prior knowledge, promote comprehension, and build critical-thinking skills. Users ask questions to help students uncover what has been learned, to comprehensively explore the subject matter, and to generate discussion and peer-to-peer interaction.

Bentley concluded, "Avoid answering your own question too quickly by giving students a few seconds to form a good answer. Engage other students by having them answer the question of one of their peers. It has been shown that students can learn from other students if given the opportunity to do so."

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