In a recent webinar, Lindsay Green (Assistant Director of Disability Services and Academic Access at Marymount Manhattan College) spoke to us about environments other than lectures where the ability to take useful, comprehensive notes is vital.
Taking notes is crucial to learning in higher ed, but many students don’t get taught how to do it effectively. So let’s look at how to take good notes in college to help you get more from the information around you.
Are peer notes finished? In a recent webinar Oregon State University discussed moving away from peer notes in favour of AT.
You may often hear professionals talk about verbal and non-verbal reasoning skills in students with dyslexia. So what are these, and why are they important?
Though it can be a stressful time for students and parents, the transition to college is easier if you know what to expect.
In this article, Dr Sue Wilkinson explains how ADHD impacts working memory and how we can support students with ADHD in a learning environment.