Winning at Math: Your Guide to Learning Mathematics Through Successful Study Skills
Dr. Paul Nolting
Winning at Math is the only mathspecific study skills textbook to offer statistical evidence demonstrating an improvement in students' abilities to learn math. The new edition of this interactive worktext now includes more activities and assignments that focus on noncognitive skill development for math learners.
Discover techniques to increase student success to easily integrate into the first few weeks of developmental or corequisite courses.
An updated FREE Math Study Skills Evaluation is included to assess students' skills, locate specific learning problems, and suggest areas for improvement.
7^{th} Edition Highlights:

FREE student selfdiagnostic assessment

New assignments for every section

Modernized mathspecific study skills

Streamlined topics into 6 chapters

Interactive workbook format

Structured curriculum to develop soft skills
Format: Worktext, eBook
Product  ISBN 

Worktext  9780940287730 
eBook  Available for purchase through VitalSource. 
Table of Contents

1. How Learning Math is Different and How to Take Control of Your Learning
 Reshaping Your Attitude Toward Math, and How Math Pays Off
 Taking the Math Study Skills Evaluation
 How Learning Math Is Different
 Putting Math Into Perspective
 How to Take Control Over Your College Math Experience
 Mindfulness and Success
 How to Improve Your Math SelfEfficacy
 How to Communicate with Your Professor

2. How to Improve Listening and NoteTaking Skills
 How to Become an Effective Listener
 How to Become an Effective Classroom NoteTaker
 The Seven Steps to Taking Notes in a Math Class
 NoteTaking with Technology
 How to Rework Your Notes
 How to Take Notes for Online and ComputerBased Instruction

3. How to Improve Study Environment, TimeManagement, and Reading
 Setting Up an Effective Study Environment
 The Best Way to Study Subjects
 How to Develop a Study Schedule
 Math Textbooks and Homework
 When to Read Your Textbook
 Ten Steps to Better Understanding What You Read
 How to Read an Online Textbook

4. How to Improve Your Homework Techniques
 Math Homework Techniques
 Ten Steps to Doing Your Math Homework
 Do Not Fall Behind and Watch Out for Shortcuts!
 Using Metacognitive Techniques
 Distance Learning, ComputerBased Learning, and Online Homework
 Ten Steps for Doing Your Online Math Homework
 How to Use Math Labs, Learning Resource Centers, and Distance Learning Resources
 How to Work Effectively with a Tutor or Classmate
 How to Recall What You Have Learned

5. Managing Anxiety and Taking Math Tests
 Understanding Math Anxiety
 Create Your Math Autobiography
 Understanding Test Anxiety
 How to Reduce Your Math and Test Anxiety
 Why Doing Homework and Attending Class May Not Be Enough to Pass
 Ten Steps to Better Classroom Math TestTaking
 How to Become a Better ComputerBased TestTaker
 The Six Types of TestTaking Errors
 How to Prepare for a Final Exam

6. Assessing and Using Your Memory and Math Learning Strategies
 Ingredients for Math Success
 Understanding the Stages of Memory
 Determining Your Best Learning Preference
 Using Your Learning Preference to Improve Memory
 Improving Memory for Visual and Auditory Learners
 Improving Memory for Tactile/Concrete Learners
 General Memory Techniques
 Creating an Individual College Success Plan for Math

Appendix
 Apps, Websites, and Search Engines for Academic Support
 Learning Modality Inventory for Math Students
 My Math Success Plan
 Classroom Group Learning Activities