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GREHS, Bruna da Motta Signori  and  MOURA, Cynthia Borges de. Learning strategies for high school students: A study review. Rev. psicopedag. [online]. 2021, vol.38, n.116, pp. 214-223. ISSN 0103-8486.

INTRODUCTION: Learning strategies can be seen as techniques that, when properly used by students in their study routine, enable better school performance. OBJECTIVE: To conduct a survey of studies conducted in Brazil, which relate learning strategies and school performance in high school students. METHODS: Systematic review of the literature in the databases, Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO), Portal of Electronic Psychological Journals (PePSIC), Coordination of Higher Education Personnel Improvement (CAPES) and Google Scholar (Google Scholar), restricted to Scientific articles published between 2009 and 2019. RESULTS: We found three studies reporting learning strategies used by high school students in general, two describing infusion learning as a biology learning strategy in high school, one that deals with relationships between self-efficacy and learning strategies in high school, and one that presented results of the learning gain provided by applied gamification as an active learning strategy in physics classes with high school students. FINAL CONSIDERATIONS: There was a scarcity of studies on learning strategies in high school, since, in a period of 10 years, only seven studies on learning strategies have high school as a target audience. It is important that studies in this area and with this population be expanded, as it is the most demanding school level in terms of results, considering the proximity of entry to higher education.

Keywords : Learning; School Performance; High School.

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