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Study Skills: Strategies to Support Executive Function, Cathedral High – 10 Hours – Summer Online 2020

PD August 17th – September 2nd: You will have the opportunity to engage in 10 hours of Professional Development between Monday, August 17 and Wednesday, September 2nd as follows:

Complete three, asynchronous, self-paced online course modules (6 PD hours):

  • Materials Management: This module outlines how materials management skills help students improve their ability to successfully complete tasks.
  • Time Management: This module addresses the importance of time management as an essential skill for achieving goals.
  • Note-Taking: This module outlines the importance of note-taking as an active reading strategy that can help students engage with a text or lecture and effectively manage information.

Live Zoom Meetings (4 PD hours): You do not need to have a Zoom account to participate. A link is provided in the navigation bar within the online course.

  • Monday, August 17 (9 to 10:30 a.m., 1.5 hours) The agenda for this meeting will focus on an overview of study skills and its importance for developing strong executive function and overall academic achievement, particularly for students with language-based learning disabilities.
  • Wednesday, September 2 (1:30 to 4 p.m., 2.5 hours) The agenda for this meeting will focus on using information/strategies from the course modules to prepare for the school year and for your lesson planning.


All necessary materials will be shared electronically.

Course Information

10 Hours. Certificate of completion provided by your district.
Dates/Time Price
August 17-September 2, 2020 $0

Teachers Say...

“I've already used some of the activities and worksheets in my own classroom! This course was definitely my favorite one to take so far. I felt that I had a great background knowledge of study skills, but the course help to enhance them and give me new ideas!”

Lizzy Rosen
Skills and Academic Support Teacher

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