FOR YOUR BOOKSHELF:
Dendy CAZ: Teaching teens with ADD and ADHD. Rockville, MD: Woodbine House, 2000. This book on ADHD is chockfull of helpful strategies for dealing with organizational deficits.
Dodge J: The study skills handbook: More than 75 strategies for better learning. Scholastic Trade, 1994. Grades 4-8.
Dornbush MP, Pruitt SK: Teaching the Tiger: A Handbook for Individuals Involved in the Education of Students with Attention Deficit Disorders, Tourette Syndrome or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Duarte, CA: Hope Press, 1995. Contains suggestions on how to break down large writing projects into steps for the disorganized student.
Florence K: My stuff planner: A homework organizer. Zabihaylo Publishing, 2001. Although schools often provide planners, teachers may want to be aware of this one.
Strichart S, Mangrum II CT, Iannuzzi P: Teaching study skills and strategies to students with LD, ADD, or special needs (2nd edition). Allyn & Bacon, 1998.
Frender G: Learning to learn: Strengthening study skills and brain power (Kids' Stuff). Incentive Publications, 1990.
FOR YOUR STUDENT LIBRARY:
James E, James C, Barkin C: How to be school smart: Super study skills. Beech Tree Books, 1998.
Jensen E: Student success secrets. Barrons, 2003.
Luckie WR:. Study power: study skills to improve your learning and your grades. Brookline Books, 1997. There is also a companion workbook.
Morgenstern J: Organizing from the inside out for teenagers: The foolproof system for organizing your toom, your time, and your life. Owl Books, 2002.
Nathan A, Green A: Surviving homework: Tips that really work! Millbrook Press Trade, 1998.
Romain T, :Verdick E: How to do homework without throwing up. Free Spirit Publishing, 1997.