Identifying Children Who Learn Best Via Images
One common thread running through the research referenced in this article is that many people who are diagnosed with learning disabilities learn most naturally through images. Consequently, it makes sense to simplify our approach to teaching many types of learners at once. Instead of taking the time to create multiple plans, one for each child, why not try a multisensory approach and incorporate visuals and movement into each lesson? This will ensure that every learner is reached and make the teacher’s life simpler at the same time!Parental Retaliation in Special Education – How Can I Prove It – And Will It Ever Stop?
This article will be discussing retaliation against parents by some special education professionals. Lots of important information discussed including Office of Civil Rights complaints and what standards OCR uses to determine if retaliation has occurred. Enforcement by parents is the only way to make sure that retaliation is ended, and that you can be the meaningful participant in your child’s education, as the law states that you have the right to be.Always Something New to Learn
I’m reading this book called “Discover Your Child’s Learning Style” by Mariaemma Willis and Victoria Kindle Hodson. I’ve been wading through all the work we should have been doing in the last few months while we’ve been dealing with depression, sickness and injury.Help! My Child Is Dyslexic
Ten to fifteen percent of the US population has dyslexia, yet, only one in five will be diagnosed and receive treatment. If we as parents are paying attention we should recognize that our child is different than others. But when we do face this realization what do we do? Here are three beginning steps every parent should consider that could make all the difference for their learning challenged child.NCLB – No Child Left Behind Is Such a Joke
No Child Left Behind is supposed to help in making teachers accountable and ‘catch” students who are behind to catch up. The law requires annual proficiency testing, research based reading program, highly qualified teachers and supplemental educational service.How to Train Your Children to Serve the Lord Jesus Christ
First and foremost parents need to teach by example. Your children aren’t going to go to Church on their own and it’s not enough to send them with a friend or neighbor. As with everything, parents are the child’s first and most important teacher.Reading Help for Children With Auditory Processing Deficits
What is Auditory Processing Disorder? Auditory Processing is a language processing disorder where a child has significant trouble processing sounds, particularly with the sounds associated with speech. It is a very common learning disability and affects about 5% of school-age children.Suggested Toys For Kids With Sensory Integration Disorder
Moon sand is among the highest rated toys for kids with sensory integration disorder. Moon sand doesn’t dry out and is light to the touch. It can be used several times over and it’s safe to sanitize it if you need to. Moon sand also comes in several different colors including white, blue, purple, and pink. It’s great for kids who shy away from touching anything and ones who love to pick up everything in sight. For a toy that’s better for developing motor skills, check out a Koosh ball. Koosh balls are squeezable and are also used as stress balls. They’re about three inches in diameter, so they’re great even for littler kids, but only recommended for those who are three or older.Huge Government Cover Up Exposed-Autism/Vaccine Link and What This Means for Your Child!
This article discusses the recent scandal about the CDC’s cover up of the Autism/vaccine connection! Lots of information as well as how this cover up could affect your child!Researching Special Education Schools for Your Child
Research confirms that students with learning disabilities who are placed into remedial programs can be quite successful. Look into special education schools in your area to find out about the educational philosophy, culture, and resources available in order to find the right match for your child.