Jonathan Malesic (Kings College) opens the discussion on whether teachers should provide study guides for exams and some ways in which these can be beneficial in getting the students to take ownership of their learning.
I typically don’t use study guides. However, when I do (for example, when I teach HR/Employment Law and there are lots and lots of laws and cases), I write the study guide in the form of questions rather than just giving them a list of topics. This seems to help them focus.
I'm curious what others are doing?