Assessing Study Skills of Students with Learning Disabilities
The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas
Students with learning disabilities who are integrated into general education classrooms at the secondary school level need effective learning and study skills in order to be successful. They must be prepared to organize, interpret, and comprehend information involving varied subject areas. Further, they must employ individual study approaches that enable them to demonstrate their knowledge on examinations; hence, an expertise in the use of test-taking strategies is also necessary.
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Ridenour, Carolyn; Fabian, Marilyn P.; and Nelson, William R., "Assessing Study Skills of Students with Learning Disabilities" (1996). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 99.