Study Skills for Children who are DHH

Study Skills for Children who are DHH

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All Children need direct teaching of study skills so they can efficiently process the information they encounter in school. Executive function issues require direct teaching in study skills. Students with hearing loss can benefit greatly from strategies to help them stay focused on tasks to do. Read on for more about executive function and specific study skills strategies.

Study skills help us manage tasks. People with executive function issues need greater attention to study skills. Executive function refers to mental skills including1 working memory, flexible thinking, inhibition/self-control including controlled attention. Executive function is responsible for many skills, including:

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