Teaching study skills and strategies to students with learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders, or special needs
Teaching students with special needs to use study skills and strategies effectively is an important step in transforming these students into independent learners. This book includes more than 150 reproducible activities. These activities provide opportunities for active learning and student practice in the study skills and strategies most important for students with special needs in grades 4-12. Each chapter contains objectives, titles of reproducible activities, mastery assessment, and an answer key. Study skills and strategies taught include: remembering information, reading and notetaking, using the Internet, library, and reference sources writing a research paper, test preparation, and more.
Information literacy; Learning disabled; Learning disabilities; Study skills
Disability and Equity in Education | Library and Information Science | Special Education and Teaching
Strichart, S. S.,
Mangrum, C. T.,
Iannuzzi, P. A.
Teaching study skills and strategies to students with learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders, or special needs.
Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.