Learning How to Learn Workshop


There will be an additional cost associated with texts.


In this workshop, students will learn about their brain and the memory process; as well as useful drills and strategies that will help them succeed in school, start thinking outside of the box, and stop procrastinating. This course is ideal for students whose grades do not always reflect their effort or who need more guidance about how to stay organized, prepare for tests, learn how to study for long-term memory, and help with maintaining momentum and a positive attitude in a face-paced and rigorous academic environment.


  • Beating Procrastination
  • Organization- at home and school
  • How to do well on tests 
  • How memory works
  • Short-term, long-term, and working memory
  • Memorization methods
  • Study skills that help memory
  • Brain-links and why they’re important 
  • How to have a growth mindset and the power of “yet”



  • “Learning How to Learn” By Barbara Oakley, PhD, and Terrance Sejnowski, PhD. 

(This text is required and will be ordered for you and available the first day)

  • “Learning How to Learn Workbook” By Maria Jenkins, M.A.
  • “Helping Students Remember-Exercises and Strategies to Strengthen Memory” By Milton J. Dehn. 

(Not required, but will be used.)



$450* + cost of books

Class size:  minimum of 4, maximum of 8.

Virtual options available if an in-person workshop is not able to convene.





Session A: 

June 22-26

12:00-2:00 (10 hours of instruction) 


Session B: 

July 7-10

11:30-2:00 (10 hours of instruction) 


Session C: 

July 7-10

11:30-2:00 (10 hours of instruction)