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EdRev Expo 2018 Workshop: Speaking the College Language —How to be a Savvy Student [downloadable]

speakingcollegelanguage100Many students transitioning from high school to college are unaware of post-secondary terminologies that play a crucial role in successful navigation of the post-secondary landscape. This is particularly true of students with learning and attention issues, who are focused on just getting to class on time, completing homework and accessing accommodations. Students need to build awareness of strategic approaches for self-help beyond ADA accommodations.

In this workshop, Manju Banerjee, PhD and Adam Lalor, PhD from Landmark Collegea private college exclusively for those with diagnosed learning disabilities—share a glossary of college terms and discuss how to use this information for strategic access and success, inside and outside the college classroom.

Download a PDF of the presentation.

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