Executive Function and Study Skills by Sarah Ward
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Does your student have a test next week but does not know how to study or plan their time? Good study skills begin with good notetaking in class and to study effectively and perform well on tests, students need to know how to distinguish the really important information from less important information. This can be a challenge for kids with executive function and speed of information processing issues, which can make studying for a test seem impossibly difficult. Learn innovative techniques to teach students how to take better notes, prioritize the material to study and strategic processes for how to consolidate and memorize content to be prepared for exams. Students with executive function challenges are more likely to underestimate the time they need to prepare for a test and may not create and stick to a schedule of study time. Learn how to teach student’s study routines to build stronger executive function skills.
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