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Study Skills During Remote Learning: The Basics Still Work – Webinar 2020

CONTENT 

This 1-hour webinar will outline practical strategies for supporting and developing students’ study skills, both in-person and during remote learning. The webinar will include a brief overview of language and literacy skills and will provide key strategies for the management of time, materials, and information. The study skills tools presented during this webinar are easily adaptable for all ages, and are relevant and beneficial for all learners and in all learning environments.

 

LEVEL

This course is appropriate for educators at all levels.

 

ABOUT THE WEBINAR FORMAT

This webinar will be delivered on the date and time listed under “Course Information.” Because the webinar will not be recorded for distribution, please plan to attend on the date and time listed under “Course Information.”

To maintain an interactive webinar, enrollment will be capped. You can register until the course fills or the day the webinar begins, whichever occurs first.

The platform used for this webinar is Zoom. You do not need a Zoom account to participate. However, you will need login credentials. This login information will be emailed to you the day before the course begins, to the email address entered when you signed up.

 

 

Course Information

Credits
1 Hour
Dates/Time Price
June 2, 2020
1:00 - 2:00pm Eastern
$0

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About the Instructor

Caitlin Parker

Caitlin works as a consultant where she partners with schools in different capacities to help support students with language-based learning disabilities. Previously, her roles and responsibilities at Landmark High School included working as the director of the expressive language program, an academic advisor, and a full-time teacher and tutor. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts with her bachelor’s in psychology and education, and she has her master’s degree in special education from Simmons University.

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