Teaching Study Skills to Students with Learning Problems

A Teacher's Guide for Meeting Diverse Needs
The second edition of this comprehensive book provides educators in grades K-12 with strategies and teaching methods for helping students with learning problems develop, maintain and generalize twelve study skills essential for successful learning in today’s curriculum. Key features of this expanded and updated book include:

  • Significance of study skills within NCLB and IDEA mandates
  • Response to intervention, three-tiered learning and the importance of study skills
  • Study skills usage within standards-based curriculum
  • Study skills development and use with English language learners
  • IEP goals for teaching study skills
  • Significance of study skills as life-long learning and post-secondary transition abilities
  • Hundreds of examples for teaching students study skills including numerous study skill and learning strategies ready for classroom use by students and teachers

This book also contains dozens of reproducible forms and guides for easy implementation of study skills including the very popular Study Skills Inventory. Study skills discussed include test taking, library usage, organizational skills, report writing, oral presentations, time management, self-management and more. This is a must-have resource for educators teaching students with learning problems to help meet the increased academic, social and test-performance demands currently mandated in today’s schools.