For students with auditory processing disorders, identifying and teaching to a student’s learning style can make a huge difference. Read some basic information on teaching to all styles in your class, visual, auditory and kinesthetic.
Reinforcing a child’s primary learning style regardless of whether they are a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner can be used to help a child reach their optimal potential. Read on to learn more about learning styles and student’s performance.
Computers can prove extremely useful as learning tools for students with autism. Find out all about the benefits and some of the hardware you might consider buying to take advantage of this technique.
A child who is unable to communicate verbally can now find their voice with an easy to use device called a Voice Output Communication Aide. The ability to communicate is something most of us take for granted. When a child has difficulty communicating, their self-esteem, ability to understand concepts, and socialization skills are directly affected.
For any child the ability to communicate is an important part of learning. For autistic children this can prove to be a unique challenge. Using augmentative communication tools even a non-verbal child can learn how to reach their full potential.