Set even your underachieving students on the road to academic success! The Study Max program provides teachers with a proven, effective method for improving students' study skills.
About the Author
Lawrence J. Greene, a graduate of the Stanford University Graduate School of Education, is a nationally recognized author, educational therapist, consultant, and curriculum developer who has worked with more than ten thousand struggling students during a clinical career spanning thirty years. He has written eighteen books, and he has trained thousands of teachers in graduate programs at the university level. His educational curricula are currently used in elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, colleges, and universities throughout the world, and his books have been translated into languages ranging from Chinese to Spanish. Other Books by Lawrence J. Greene Kids Who Hate School Kids Who Underachieve Learning Disabilities and Your Child Getting Smarter Think Smart, Study Smart Smarter Kids Teachers’ Desk Reference Guide to Learning Problems Improving Your Child’s Schoolwork The Life-Smart Kid Finding Help When Your Child Is Struggling in School Roadblocks to Learning Winning the Study Game Study Wise Study Max: Improving Study Skills in Grades 9–12 The Resistant Learner Strategies for Success (forthcoming)
Table of ContentsAcknowledgmentsAbout the AuthorIntroductionPart 1. Learning Styles and PreferencesUnit 1. Figuring Out How Students Learn BestPart 2. Getting OrganizedUnit 2. Managing Time and Developing a Study ScheduleUnit 3. Recording and Organizing AssignmentsUnit 4. Organizing Study MaterialsUnit 5. Creating A Smart Study Environment Part 3. Turbo Charging Reading and StudyingUnit 6. Power Reading Unit 7. Reading Comprehension at Warp SpeedUnit 8. Taking and Using Textbook NotesUnit 9. Power Studying Unit 10. Creating a Master Plan for StudyingRecommended ReadingsIndex