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Learning strategies

The following articles provide information on how to teach students learning strategies. These include organizational, decision-making, note-taking, study, and memory skills.

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Behavior & Social Skills

Lazy Kid or Executive Dysfunction?

Learn to help your students with executive dysfunction organize themselves to do their schoolwork. Learn how executive dysfunction impacts their daily lives.

Teaching & Instruction

Teaching Time Management to Students with Learning Disabilities

Teach your students how to improve their time management. Learn to teach task analysis, enabling your students to divide academic projects into smaller tasks, figure out how long each task will take, and produce their work when it needs to be done.

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The Source for Learning & Memory Strategies
Study Skills: Research-Based Teaching Strategies
Teaching Learning Strategies and Study Skills to Students with Learning Disabilities, ADD or Special Needs
What About Me?: Strategies for Teaching Misunderstood Learners
Teaching Adolescents with Learning Disabilities: Strategies and Methods

Teaching Adolescents with Learning Disabilities: Strategies and Methods

Donald D. Deshler, Edwin S. Ellis, B. Keith Lenz

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