Study Skills

Kristeen Koebler
Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders
Session I: June 17 – 21 • 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Session II: June 24 – 28 • 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 

$215 per session
Sessions I and II can be taken as stand-alone camps.
Are you great at remembering to text your friends but not so great at remembering the text in the books you read? Do you wish you were better organized and knew some definite skills aimed at helping you study effectively? Would you like a concentrated look at reading and study skills that will give you a leg up when school starts again? Study Skills is a class that will give you that leading edge among your classmates.
During this course, we will look at active, multi-sensory comprehension strategies for reading both fiction and non-fiction books. Using games, art and movement, we will read a variety of texts to master reading strategies. Small class settings will also afford the chance to learn study skills and strategies suitable for use in all subject areas and to examine/determine student learning styles and different teaching styles. Students will receive instruction suited to their needs.
Dr. Kristeen Koebler has taught a variety of subjects at Collegiate School since 1989, including English, ancient world history and reading. After more than 20 years at Collegiate, she retired but remains involved with Summer Quest for her 22nd year.
For more information, contact Kristeen Koebler at