Carolyn Melmed


Workshop leader: Carolyn Melmed

High School Preparation For Parents and Students Grades 5 & 6 :

  • Four ways of learning & memorizing
  • Four levels of reading
  • Organizing time, material & information
  • Establishing an effective learning routine
  • Getting the most from your classes
  • Working effectively at home
  • Strategies for communicating with teachers, peers & parents


* $390 tax incl. (for 10 hrs.) + $75 (workbook)
* Includes 1 student + 1 accompanying parent

Dates and times for 2019:

Student - Parent Sessions (4:30-5:45pm on all days)

Wed. Sept. 25
Wed. Oct. 2, 23, 30 
Wed. Nov. 6, 13

Parent Session:
Wed. Oct. 2 (5:45-6:15pm)

Wed. Jan. 8 (4:30-5:45pm)



2435 Manella Suite 216
Town of Mount Royal, QC 
H4P 2A5

For more information:
Tel: (514) 497-9895

Workshop Leader:

Carolyn Melmed is a founding member of the Lansdowne Center.
Her most current professional focus is the development and presentation of Study Skills courses to students. She has conducted workshops for parents, teachers, and for the University of McGill's Faculty of Education. 
A Study Skills Consultant, Carolyn has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Manitoba and a High School degree in Education. She has 35 years of teaching experience, both in the classroom and on a one to one basis. Carolyn is a certified mediator and a communication specialist.

Student's Comment

"It was from your help and interest that I learned how to help myself. Through you was I able to gain self confidence and learn a sure fire method of studying that suits me."

Barbara Cooke

Teacher's Comment:

"The students who have already taken the 'Study Skills Program', have definitely improved their organizational skills, overall study habits, productivity and feel better about themselves. Their teachers have seen and commented on the significant difference they have observed in these students' classroom performance."

Connie Cugno
Resource Teacher

Parent's Comment:

"Thanks for the great workshop"

Linda Almanza
Royal West Academy parent, November 2012