Does your district need a digital program for the College Readiness and Study Skills course? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Goodheart-Willcox’s Texas College Readiness and Study Skills.
Goodheart Willcox’s Texas College Readiness and Study Skills is intended for the College Readiness and Study Skills course. The goal of the program is to help students improve reading comprehension, critical-thinking skills, time management, and soft skills. The program consists of two primary student resources, Study Skills and Soft Skills for the Workplace; and three shorter resources, Evaluating and Responding to Texts, Portfolio Development Activities, and Charting Your Career: Interest Inventory.
The materialfocuses student learning around the skills students need to be successful in college and the workplace. Student activities include providing written responses to open-ended questions, watching brief videos, and researching relevant topics.
Learning List’s reviewers noted the program’s emphasis on encouraging students to reflect on their learning, their study skills, and their interpersonal skills as a distinguishing feature. The design of materials within the online platform, as well as features such as summary statements, study aids, and structured practice activities support blending learning or self-paced instructional models.
Read Learning List’s full editorial review to learn about the rigor and other attributes that distinguish Goodheart-Willcox’s Texas College Readiness and Study Skills.
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About Goodheart Willcox*
In 1921, William Goodheart and Charles D. Willcox, and others, came together to start a company to publish Dyke’s Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia that had been previously self-published by the author, Mr. A. L. Dyke. Little did they know this small publishing company would grow up to become The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc., a leader in career and technical education (CTE).
Today’s Goodheart-Willcox (G-W) publishes both print and digital textbooks while also producing online courses and other instructional resources that provide a complete classroom solution. With subject-appropriate titles for middle school, high school, higher education, and professional training, G-W is recognized as a go-to source for career and technical education content.
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