Designed for educators who want to incorporate study skills instruction into their curriculum, this 2-book set provides practical strategies, clear instructions, and reproducible organizers to help students learn to manage materials, time and language. Appropriate for educators of grades 4-12.
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Since its founding, Landmark School’s successful, research-based program has proven successful in helping students with language-based learning disabilities (LBLD) develop study skills. In these books, authors Patricia W. Newhall and Leigh Joseph share their wealth of Landmark School teaching experience and materials they’ve used with their own students.View Study Skills Table of Contents Read an Excerpt from Study Skills Organizers Read an Excerpt from Study Skills
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Patricia W. Newhall, M.A., M.S.Ed., is the former associate director of the Landmark School Outreach Program. A teacher of literature, writing, and study skills since 1987, she has taught at the middle school, high school, college and post-graduate levels, and has worked in public and independent schools. In her publications, lectures, and graduate courses, she shares research about learning disabilities and differences, and the teaching strategies essential to building the skills and confidence of struggling learners. Newhall’s books include Executive Function: Foundations for Learning and Teaching; Language-Based Learning Disabilities; Study Skills: Research-Based Teaching Strategies; and Teaching Independent Minds.
Leigh Joseph is a former academic advisor and teacher at Landmark’s high school campus, where she taught history and language arts. In addition, she organized several workshops and wrote informational pieces for Landmark Outreach. Leigh holds a bachelors degree in medieval studies from Mount Holyoke College and a masters degree in special education from Simmons College.