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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 6/2005) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Learning How To Learn Series is an educational aid designed to cover the basics of learning for individuals with a cognitive or learning disability. The series is broken down into two levels that that teach the fundamentals of learning which can then be applied throughout the lives of students in the classroom or adults in the workplace. Level one is on a fourth to fifth grade reading level and includes five programs: Following Directions, Building Memory Skills, Study Skills, Study to Succeed and Test Taking Made Easy. Level 2 is on a fifth to seventh grade level and also is comprised of five programs: Managing Study Time for School Success, Following Directions for School Success, Memory Skills for School Success, Learning Skill for School Success, and Test Taking Skills for School Success. All programs are sold as a complete package as indicated by the price. COMPATIBILITY: Apple II or IBM. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Apple II system, 64K, 5.25 or 3.5 inch disk drive, monitor (color optional), printer optional. IBM and compatibles, 265K, 5.25 or 3.5 inch disk drive, monitor (color optional), printer optional.
Notes: Complete Network System packages are also available.
Price: Contact manufacturer.
This product record was updated on June 20, 2005.
This product is available from:
Conover Company, A Division of Oakwood Solutions4 Brookwood Court
Appleton, Wisconsin 54914
Telephone: 800-933-1933 or 920-231-4667.
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