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Your school faculty should spend time discussing some “key” study skills questions; the dialogue will produce insightful ideas. Take time to discuss each question. This learning process will serve the faculty well as they respond to their duties and responsibilities.
• How will a study skills program improve our students’ study habits?
• What does research say about study skills instruction?
• Who will teach what skills at what grade levels?
• How can study skills preparation time be minimized for the study skills teachers?
• Will study skills be taught in conjunction with a subject or as a stand-alone course?
• Is there a study skills program designed for Christian Schools?
• Will the gifted and learning impaired students be able to benefit from the program?
• How can the faculty reinforce study skills across the curriculum?
• What assessment strategies will be used to measure the program’s effectiveness?
• What is the cost of a study skills program?
• Will parents support a study skills program?
Schools have two options for teaching study skills: incorporate study skills into the existing curriculum and classes, or teach study skills as a separate course. A typical Study Right “study skill” includes 15-19 lessons; one lesson a week takes a semester to complete, two lessons a week takes nine weeks. If the lessons are taught daily, a study skill can be completed in three to four weeks.