Study skills have come a long way since handwritten flashcards and two-column noting-taking. Drawing from current neuroplasticity research, this session presents novel ways to look at study skills as a dynamic developmental process, including specific strategies to address college-level course assignments and new ways to engage hard-to-reach students. Case studies and web-based demonstrations are presented to further illustrate ways to engage students in study skills across content areas.
COMPREHENSION: Examine the critical role knowledge plays in reading comprehension for students with reading difficulties.
Disclosure: Manju Banerjee and Loring Brinckerhof have no relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
Vice President of Educational Research and Innovation, Landmark College,
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