2STUDY SKILLSWhat competencies are included under the umbrella term “study skills”?Why are study skills so important to learn for children with learning difficulties?
3Why are the following study skills important? TYPES OF STUDY SKILLSWhy are the following study skills important?Reading at different ratesListeningNote-taking/outliningReport writingMaking oral presentationsUsing graphic aidsTest takingUsing the libraryUsing reference materialsManaging timeManaging Behavior
4ASSESSMENT of STUDY SKILLS Norm-Referenced InstrumentsCriterion-Referenced InstrumentsStandardized DevicesInformal Devices
5Teaching the Development of Study Skills AssessmentSelectionImplementationEvaluationReview the student study skill strategies on pages and discuss which have worked for you and which you would avoid.
6Semantic Webbing & Study Skills What are some semantic web topics that can be used to address major study skills?
7Essential Elements of Cooperative Learning Positive interdependenceIndividual accountabilityPositive interactionsInterpersonal trainingGroup processing
8Implementing a Study Skills Program What are some guidelines that can be used to develop and/or improve a study skills program?Use pages 442 & 443 to discuss the ways you can improve specific skills in your existing study skills program.
9Learning Strategies Active Processing Analogy Coping Evaluation OrganizationRehearsal