Is your child unsure of how or when to begin studying for the big test? Is your child disorganized and missing assignments?
If you answered yes, then your child could benefit from one of our Study Skills programs. With a mastery of study skills, students are better equipped to tackle every school assignment with confidence.
Our study skills assessment addresses topics such as:
- individual learning styles and strategies
- time management and organization
- taking notes in class and from texts
- research and projects
- preparing for and taking tests
- and much more______________
Study Skills program options include:
- Learning Study Skills: a 20 hour course that introduces a broad range of study skills.
- Applying Study Skills: instruction using study skills as applied to a student’s school needs.
- Study Skills at a Glance: targeted 2 ½ hour workshops in specific skills areas, such as test taking.
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