The study skills handbook that
educational psychologists recommend
for dyslexic students.
"My students love your study skills book. I've passed the address on"
(Orla Gallaher, tutor).
|If you are, or you know someone who is,
struggling with essays, revision and exams, then this little book was
written just for you! The Multisensory
Guide is clear, user friendly, and gives just the sort of
practical help on study skills that is needed for dyslexic students
(and any other
student!) facing the pressures of exam revision, as well as all the
other requirements of educational success from 15-16 yrs on
through college and university. "Study Skills, a Multisensory
Guide" covers study skills approaches for all learning styles,
including essential topics such as mind-mapping, proof-reading,
relaxation techniques, timetabling your study programme etc. Do you know
whether you are a visual or an auditory learner? Go through the learning
style checklist at the back of the book, and discover some important
information about what approach is best for you. There is even a centre
spread revision timetable for you to photocopy- it's amazing how
many dyslexic students try and scramble through without one!
Have a look at the sample pages- we've included a section on EXAMINATION PROCEDURES which we think you will find very useful.
| Contents: 57 A5 pages,