Workshops are available to all La Salle students, and include the following:
“I Need Thirty Hours in a Day”: Time Management
This workshop will help students develop effective time management strategies.
Studying for the Sciences
This workshop will review active study strategies, help students use their textbook more effectively, and guide them to develop a before/during/after class study routine.
Studying for Math and Problem-Solving Classes
Mathematics, chemistry, physics, and accounting (to name a few disciplines) require that students not only understand concepts but also require them to apply that understanding to solving problems. This workshop will address active study strategies that can help students better learn and prepare for exams in these classes.
There’s Too Much to Read!
This workshop will address active reading (for various types of texts), learning from lecture, preparing for discussion, and studying for exams.
“What’s My Learning Style?”
This workshop will help students reflect on their learning style and consider other ways to study for their classes.
This workshop will help students better prepare for finals and the end of the semester.
For more information and workshop dates for this semester, contact Melissa Hediger, Learning Support Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.951.5115.