Cape Cod Two-Day Seminars
This seminar provides participants an overview of study skills, defined as the effective organization of materials, time, and information. While the development of study skills can benefit all learners, study skills instruction will be presented as a response to skill deficits resulting from a language-based learning disability and/or executive function weakness. A variety of strategies to support organization will be presented. Management strategies will include organizing physical materials (such as binders), digital materials (such as files and emails), backpacks, lockers, and workspaces. Time management strategies will include planning for long term-assignments, avoiding procrastination, estimating time, and setting priorities. Information management will include note-taking from oral and written sources and test preparation strategies.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
Appropriate for educators at all levels.
|10 Hours/PDPs, 1 Graduate Credit ($200 additional fee payable on first day of seminar)|
|July 30-31, 2018
8:30am - 3:00pm
Registration is unavailable at this time.
"The two day seminar was a very positive experience. The instructors were great and I learned a lot. I’ll be able to apply what I learned in my classroom this coming school year."
Special Education Teacher
Kate teaches a variety of language arts and study skills courses at Landmark High School. She also serves as a grant writer for Landmark Outreach, as well as assistant director of the Summer Institute. Prior to joining Landmark in 2013, she worked for national, education-focused nonprofits. Kate holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Richmond, a master’s of public administration from New York University, and a master’s in moderate special education from Simmons College.