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Executive Function Approach to Teaching Students the Process-How to Study

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2/23/16
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11:00 AM CDT – 12:00 PM CDT (Time Zone Sensitive)
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Presented by Sarah Ward, SLP, Cognitive Connections***Teachers tell students to study and parents often complain students do not know the process of HOW to study. In this session to complete the webinar on How to Close the Homework Circle you will learn how to help a student: · Map out a realistic agenda to prepare for exams, prioritize the time dedicated to studying and develop a regular study routine. How long should a study session last? How should a student organize their time to allow time for organizing materials, creating study guides, developing memorization tools and finally memorizing content. Teach students to make the most of that study time and techniques to reduced distractions · To Create a location to prepare for exams that allows for focused study · Teach students to: Read and study actively – so they learn the difference between studying to memorize for short term recall vs long term understanding and recall. To visualize and synthesize new information with concepts they have already learned to make facts easier to recall. · Learn a wide variety of active study methods that are executive function based that help students to truly learn the material vs rote memorizing the terms and to overcome simply “looking over their notes”.
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Executive Function Approach to Teaching Students the Process-How to Study