Study Skills ResourcesThe Methacton School District's classroom teachers and school counselors encourage good study skills through direct instruction as well as through special programs throughout the school year. The development of good study skills is an important predictor of student success, and we encourage families to seek the support of your classroom teacher, school counselor, or principal if you believe your student is in need of help.Listed below are some online resources that can help you foster the development of these skills, and identify areas of need. Please check this web page often, as we look forward to adding additional supportive resources and materials throughout the school year.
Parenting and family resources, including homework help, and more provided by the Nemours Foundation.
Study skills suggestions geared toward students and families. Includes a list of questions to help in identifying study skills needs.
High School Student Success Guide
A self assessment to identify study skills needs.
A collection of reviewed resources from TeachersFirst is selected to help students learn their most effective study strategies.
- 20 of the Best Study Apps for the Plugged in Student